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Welcome to the Home of Lincoln Little League and Lincoln Railsplitter Travel Baseball in Ypsilanti, Michigan


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Travel Baseball Tryouts 
Any players that will be 12 years or younger on or before April 30, 2016 are invited to tryout.  This team will play advanced baseball in the KVBSA league (18-20 games) and will participate in 2-3 tournaments. Tryouts will be held on August 1st at 6:00 p.m. on Cloverleaf 1. Anyone interested should contact coach Terry Dangerfield prior to the tryout.  Email is 
Information for other teams will be posted as it becomes available. 




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. 

Bat Rules!
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2015 Home Run Club

 Cameron Atkins blasted a 3 run home run at Dexter on April 25th. The shot carried the center field fence 275 ft to help the Royals beat Dexter 13-6
4-25 Trevor Jones - Solo Homer to left field for the 11U team at the Oakland County Slugfest in Farmington Hills.

5-2 Dylan Beck - Solo Homer to right field for the Orioles
5-2 Not to be out done by his brother, Chris Beck goes deep (290 ft) during his first at bat opening day to beat the Brewers
5-2 Wesley Henson - Grand Slam Homer to left center for the Giants

5-3 Trevor Jones - Solo Homer to left field for the 11U team in Linden at Cartwright field.
5-4  The Becks are at it again!!  Dylan hit a 2-run homerun last night deep to right for the Orioles against the Dodgers on Cloverleaf 3 in the 1st inning.
5-27 Trevor Jones blasted 2 home runs in back to back plate appearances in their 11U Travel game on Field 3!!!!! 
6-1 Luke Baker and John Zywiki both go deep over the center field fence for the Dodgers @ Milan. The homers help propel the team to a 17-7 victory over Milan! 
6-4 Joe Scheel takes one deep for the Dodgers on field 3 against the Orioles!!! 
6-4 Trevor Jones strikes again!! Three run shot over the centerfield fence against Milan on Field 2
6-4 Joeseph Zywicki did the hard way with an inside the park home run against Milan on Field 2. Oh yea by the way it was a GRAND SLAM!!!!!
6-4 Trevor Jones says not so fast! I can get an inside the park home run as well. That gave Trevor 2 on the day and 6 on the Year. Trevor is on a roll!!!!!
6-8 Yes he does it again!! Trevor Jones deep to right center against the Orioles on Field 1. Someone's got the record in his sights!!! 
6-11 How about another inside the parker for Trevor Jones!! 3 run home run against Milan at their field
6-18 What a year this kid is having!!!! Trevor Jones goes deep to left in a travel game against Howell in Howell. Solo Shot
6-18 Dylan Beck says whatever you can do I can too!! Two run shot deep over center field against the Howell Hawks as well. Nice job boys!!! 
6-22 Trevor Jones 2 Run shot over center field fence at Cloverleaf 1 vs Milan 
6-26 Chris Beck blasts a solo shot over the left field fence on Cloverleaf 4 in his last bat of the season!!

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