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2015 Travel Baseball Tryouts 


Lincoln's 14U travel team will be holding tryouts at the Cloverleaf Fields August 9th from 10:00am - 1:00.  Players must be 14 or younger on May 1, 2015 in order to be eligible. There are no residency restrictions for travel ball.

Players can expect to play in approximately 50 games over the next year.  The intended schedule is as follows:
Fall Ball: Mid September - Late October
Winter Conditioning - Starts in January
KVBSA League - 20-25 games throughout Southeast Michigan
Tournaments - 3 in-season tournaments locally (weekends)
The Ripken Experience - Ripken tournament in Myrtle Beach, SC (July -week long tournament)

The team has traveled to Cooperstown 2013 and Ripken Myrtle Beach 2014, giving the players the opportunity to play the game at its highest level. Travel players must maintain a very high commitment level to participate. If you are unavailable for the tryout date, please contact Dave Bernard for an individual tryout.

Dave Bernard


Interested players should contact coach Terry Dangerfield at  



Sunday, August 24th, from 4-6 pm at Cloverleaf fields behind Lincoln Middle School, come on out for 10U baseball tryouts.  A new 10U team is forming for Lincoln and is looking for players to fill all positions. We will practice throughout the fall when possible and move indoors during the winter.

We will be part of the KVBSA, and play travel league games with other travel teams. We will also take part in a couple of tournaments. 

So, if more baseball sounds like your thing then come on out.

Any questions just email Coach Jeff at


Lincoln Scrappers 9U tournament travel team will be holding tryouts at the Cloverleaf Fields August 23rd from 10:00am - 1:00.  Players must be 9 or younger on May 1, 2015 in order to be eligible. There are no residency restrictions for travel ball. All three coaches as well as their kids will also be coaching and or playing in the Lincoln Little League program and we would encourage those who wish to join our tournament travel team to do the same.

Players can expect to play in approximately 8-9 tournaments over the next year, including one out-of-state tournament over Memorial Day weekend.  Preliminary example season schedule will look something like this:

Fall Practice and Conditioning (Cloverleaf Fields) if your child is playing another sport and all practices cannot be attended this is quite understandable: Mid-September - Late October

Winter Practice and Conditioning (indoors) with a possible indoor tournament- Starts in January

Early spring two tournaments and Practice prior to the start of the LLL season:  March – April

Due to the coaches’ commitment to LLL, our schedule will be greatly reduced during the LLL season in order to focus our time to the program. 2 tournaments and limited practice: Late April – Late June

Summer to early fall 4-5 weekend tournaments, most tournaments are within a  45 minute drive or less from the area.

All three coaches as well as the team manager have travel baseball experience and believe we have what it takes to balance a fun and competitive baseball experience for those kids desiring more baseball than what they are currently playing at the recreation level. We also feel that continuing to play and experience baseball with their friends and peers through the Lincoln Little League program is just as important in finding that balance at this age. Although travel players must maintain a higher level of commitment to participate, it is our goal to facilitate that commitment while still encouraging them to be kids and experience all they can. Travel baseball isn’t for everyone, but from our experience it has been a great way to expose our kids to another side of the game they love while at the same time creating friendships and memories that will last a lifetime. If you are unavailable for the tryout date and would like a private tryout, or just want more information please contact one of the coaches below.

Patrick Morris                                                 Dana Sindlinger                                                                Chris Lemke

734-649-3918                                                     734-740-5507                                                     734-216-0639                                                          



Be aware that the driveway from the Middle School parking lot back to the Cloverleaf fields is RESTRICTED!!!  Use of the driveway and back parking area is a privilege reserved only for cars carrying team equipment or supplies for the concession stand.  Exceptions will be made for cars with handicapped spectators. These cars are permitted to drive back VERY SLOWLY, stop in the area near the fields to drop off equipment or passengers, then proceed to the back parking lot.  Do not turn around on the concrete pad!!!

People attending games/practices at the fields behind Brick Elementary are NOT PERMITTED to use the driveway or the back parking lot.

Safety is a major concern with the driveway and abuse of the rules will not be tolerated!  Lincoln Little League is not responsible for any loss or damage to person or property under any circumstances where these rules are violated.



In July 2013 a new law went into effect in Michigan that affects all youth sports organizations.  The sports concussion legislation requires all coaches, employees, volunteers, and other adults involved with a youth athletic activity to complete a concussion awareness on-line training program. The organizing entity must provide educational materials on the signs/symptoms and consequences of concussions to each youth athlete and their parents/guardians and obtain a signed statement acknowledging receipt of the information for the organizing entity to keep on record.
What you need to do...
All league coaches, umpires, board members, and coordinators must complete this Youth Sports Training module:  It take 30-45 minutes to complete the training.  E-mail the certificate to a league official when completed.  Parents not volunteering with our organization are also encouraged to complete the training. 
All parents and players, regardless of age, must complete the concussion info sheet before participating in our league.  Parents with younger children should take the time to read the information to their children.  All completed forms will be retained by LLL and may be submitted to your coach or directly to a league official. 

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