Clearwater Little League: Welcome

It is now time to signup for Fall 2014 Baseball and Softball
Friday, September 5
Getting ready for baseball and softball

                                          Board members listed at the very bottom of this page


Mandatory Manager's and Coach's clinics

Saturday September 13th 4pm-6pm  


General info for Game Schedules: Week Nights, and possible Saturdays, for games will be determined after all sign ups are completed and league is aware of number of teams in each division for scheduling purposes. Practice nights are to be scheduled by each individual manager/coach.


Clearwater Little League in conjuction with The Lady Bombers is hosting a Softball clinic on September 6th from 9am-4pm for all ages at Sid Lickton Fields. This is a free clinic and anyone can attend.

Girls ages: 5-17 years old 

Cost: Free 

Instructional clinic will focus on FUN, ACTION, and POSITIVE ATMOSPHERE of fast pitch softball. 

Whether you are a begginer or an experienced softball player...this clinic is for you! 

Contact Gary Julian CLL Softball Vice President at



Coaches and Managers- a new Florida statute requires us to have volunteer forms turned in sooner than normal. Please contact league President Mike W @ 727-639-0359 ASAP if you have not turned one in yet for Fall Ball. These are due BEFORE the end of August as they must be completed by the league and turned in Sept. 1st.

Mandatory Coaches and Manager's Clinics.

Aug. 30th 2pm-5pm   and    Sept. 6th 2pm-5pm


7-30-14  Congrat's to Clearwater/North Pinellas "Big League" Baseball Team WINNING the

2014 Little League Big League World Series!!! 

EASLEY – After watching teammate Brad Deppermann toss a one-hitter in the U.S. Championship Game of the Big League World Series Tuesday night, Brian Auerbach felt the pressure to follow suit in the world title game Wednesday night. He did just that. Auerbach allowed just one hit through six innings and finished with a four-hitter as Clearwater, Fla., held off San Juan, Puerto Rico, 2-1 to win its first Big League World Series title in a game televised live by ESPN2.

"This feels great," Auerbach said. "There's nothing like it."

Clearwater, the U.S. Southeast Region champion, finished with a 5-1 record, with the lone defeat coming 7-6 at the hands of the South Carolina District I host team on Saturday night. District I, which lost to Clearwater 6-0 Tuesday night in the U.S. title game, has defeated the eventual world champion twice since 2008 during U.S. pool play. But Saturday's defeat at the hands of the host team was a distant memory Wednesday, as Auerback – a rangy 6-foot-3 right-hander bound for Rollins College in Winter Park, Fla. – kept Puerto Rico off balance with a mix of curveballs, sliders and fastballs. While Auerback was working his magic, Clearwater pulled ahead 1-0 in the bottom of the second on Derek Gibree's two-out RBI single, then took a 2-0 lead an inning later when Brenden Overton singled, stole second, advanced to third on Deppermann's single and dashed home when Deppermann attempted a steal of second.

1 on an RBI single by Carlos Texidor. But Auerbach made Frederick Pena his ninth strikeout victim to end the game. "Brian got a little tired at the end, but he fought through it," Clearwater manager Matt Morrow said. "We were just thinking, 'Get a ground ball and we'll be OK.' You want to see somebody who's pitching like that finish the job. That was his last batter no matter what." It was indeed. Auerbach fanned Pena on his 105th pitch, which is the maximum allowed by Little League. "I knew we were going to pull it off somehow, thank goodness we did," Auerbach said. "Our pitching is incredible and our hitting picks up the pitching. You can't ask for anything more. We've got a talented group and we work well together."

Clearwater's victory marked the fifth consecutive year that either Puerto Rico or the Southeast Region champion had claimed the world title. Puerto Rico, which has won four titles overall, won the title in 2010 and 2012 while South Carolina District 7 from Greenville County won Southeast Region titles and world titles in 2011 and 2013. Puerto Rico has finished runner-up in the Big League World Series five times.  


Clearwater Little League 50/70 Intermediate 11-13 yr old All-Stars finish 4th Place in State Tournament held in S. Florida (Wellington)!!!

The State Tournament had widdled over 210 Intermediate teams down to only 7 teams representing our State.  Intermediate Team finishes in 4th Place with an impressive 28-1 record.

Clearwater Little League 50/70 Intermediate 11-13 yr old All-Stars win Sectionals.

Clearwater Little League 50/70 Intermediate 11-13 yr old All-Stars win District 12 Championship for second year in a row.   

Congrat's to Clearwater Intermediate 50/70 Team for completing an undefeated Regular Season.

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Board members listed at the very bottom of this page

 Come be part of OUR Historic Clearwater Baseball Community at Sid Lickton Fields.

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A new Little League International Rule allows ANY player that does not live in the Clearwater Little League Boundary area BUT DOES ATTEND A SCHOOL in the Clearwater Little League Boundary to be able to play with Clearwater Little League. This is a new rule is intended to allow children that attend school together to be able to play after school baseball together with their school friends if they choose to.    

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 New Clearwater Little League Telephone Number


Board members listed at the very bottom of this page 


Littler League Pledge

 I trust in God
I love my country
And will respect its laws
I will play fair
And strive to win
But win or lose
I will always do my best



Come be part of OUR Historic Clearwater Baseball Community at Sid Lickton Fields.

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Always enjoy and have fun in everything you do!!

                     and don't forget "PLAY BALL!!!"



  2013-2014 Clearwater Little League Board

Please contact ANY board member, any time, on issues that fall under their position and ESPECIALLY with ANY ideas on how to make OUR Little League better!!


President-Mike Woodall     727-639-0359

Vice President-Sean Cordner James

Treasurer-Christina Wear

Secretary–Marilyn White

Information Officer-Ric Ortega

Player Agent-Nina Bond    

Coaching Coordinator-Jon Shapland 

Coaching Director-Ken Clawson   

Challenger Division Vice President-Jim Scheurman

T-Ball Division Vice President- John Wear

A Division Vice President-Chad Madonia

AA Division Vice President-Justin Mayes

AAA Division Vice President-Matt Kimmet

Majors Division Vice President-Brad Ackerman

Junior/Senior Div. Vice President-Mark Wrenn 

Softball Vice President. Gary Julian          








Click Here for Information on Proof of Residency Requirements for Clearwater Little League

Little League International has strict Boundaries. Children who live outside of our boundries will not be able to register to play at Clearwater Little League...but IF they attend a school that is within the Clearwater Little League boundary they can choose to play with Clearwater Little League so they can play baseball with school friends.  

Please see Boundry Maps provided on this wed-site.




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