Martin County North Little League: Welcome

Upcoming Games
Date Event Time Location
Sat 4/4 Baseball Braves vs. Angels 3:30 PM Citrus Grove Park
Sat 4/4 Baseball Nationals vs. Tigers 4:30 PM Citrus Grove Park
Sat 4/4 Baseball Giants vs. Royals 6:30 PM Citrus Grove Park
Wed 4/8 Baseball Royals vs. Angels 6:30 PM Citrus Grove Park
Wed 4/8 Baseball Orioles vs. Braves 6:30 PM Citrus Grove Park
Wed 4/8 Baseball Tigers vs. Nationals 6:30 PM Citrus Grove Park
Recent Games
Date Event Time Location
Sat 3/28 Baseball Royals: 7 - Orioles: 5 3:30 PM Citrus Grove Park
Sat 3/28 Baseball Braves: 11 - Nationals: 17 3:30 PM Citrus Grove Park
Sat 3/28 Baseball Angels: 9 - Giants: 3 4:30 PM Citrus Grove Park
Wed 4/1 Baseball Nationals vs. Royals 6:30 PM Citrus Grove Park
Wed 4/1 Baseball Orioles vs. Giants 6:30 PM Citrus Grove Park
Wed 4/1 Baseball Tigers vs. Angels 6:30 PM Citrus Grove Park
Upcoming Events
Date Event Time Location
Sun 4/19 star Board of Directors Meeting 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM Palm City Community Center

 

CHALLENGER ONLINE REGISTRATION

NOW OPEN

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER! 

 

2015 SPRING SCHEDULES IN HANDOUTS BELOW! 

 

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  To contact MCNLL please email mcnllbaseball@gmail.com  



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Handout: Spring Schedule

April Pitch Count Rules



It's April and officially the pitch counts in our minors and majors leagues have changed. In the minors, a pitcher may now throw 40 pitches in a game and in the majors a pitcher may now throw 50 pitches in a game. These rules are league specific for all pitchers, regardless of age. Pitchers at the limit may complete the batter they are facing when they reach the limit.

Please be aware that the April limits will have an impact on the "days of rest rules" that are found in the Little League Rules.

Regardless of age, the days of rest required do not change in April:

Number of Pitches Days of Rest

1-20 none

21-35 1

36-50 2

51-65 3

It is critical that you understand the correlation between our league's local pitch count rules and the Little League days of rest rules. Both rules must be complied with.

Specifically, minors teams are impacted by the 2 days of rest required if a pitcher throws more than 35 pitches. In the MINORS, If you choose to allow a pitcher to throw the maximum of 40 pitches on a Thursday, he cannot pitch on Saturday. If you choose to allow a pitcher to throw 40 pitches on Saturday, he cannot pitch on Monday.

In the MAJORS ..... you will be impacted by the Little League Rules if you allow a pitcher to throw more than 50 pitches. That will require 3 days of rest. So, if you throw a pitcher more than 50 pitches on Wednesday (even if the additional pitches were thrown to complete an at bat) that pitcher cannot pitch on Saturday. If a pitcher throws more than 50 pitches on Saturday, he cannot pitch on Tuesday.

The confusion in this rule occurs when a pitcher hits his limit during an at bat, and the manager chooses to allow the pitcher to finish the at bat.

For example: In a Wednesday night majors game, a pitcher gets to 50 pitches in the middle of an at bat. The manager allows the pitcher to finish the at bat. The batter grounds out on the next pitch -- the pitcher's 51st pitch of the game. The pitcher is removed (consistent with the MCNLL local rule). Because the pitcher threw MORE THAN 50 pitches, he must have 3 days rest (consistent with Little League Rules). This means he would not be eligible to pitch in the team's game on Saturday. (If this happened on a Saturday, the pitcher would not be eligible on Tuesday.)

We require majors managers to keep pitching affidavits. This affidavit should show the number of pitches thrown by each pitcher in each game. That affidavit must be made available to the opposing team's manager in the next game. (In the minors, we ask that managers police themselves.)



Thursday, March 26
ALL PRACTICES CANCELLED MAR 26 2015



Due to inclement weather all practices are cancelled for Thursday, March 26, 2015.

 

 



Thursday, January 22
Volunteers Registration



VOLUNTEER REGISTRATION &
ID BADGE PHOTOS

All on field volunteers will be required to wear an ID Badge. This includes all managers, coaches, assistant coaches, volunteer umpires and team parents (who will be in the dugout).  The badge shows that you have a current background check on file.

 
Wearing an ID badge IS mandatory for anyone in direct contact with players on or off of the field.  There will be no excuses for forgotten badges.
 
Thank you to all our Volunteers!

 


Handout: Volunteer Application

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR VOLUNTEERS



IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR VOLUNTEERS

 

All on field volunteers will be required to wear an ID Badge.

This includes all managers, coaches, assistant coaches, volunteer umpires and team parents (who will be in the dugout).

The badge shows that you have a current background check on file.

Volunteer application submission and photo taking for ID badges will be available at registration. Additional dates/times will be announced. ID badge distribution dates will be announced.

(The first badge will be free, additional/ replacement badges will cost $5 per badge.)

Wearing an ID badge will be mandatory for anyone in direct contact with players on or off of the field. There will be no excuses for forgotten badges.

Volunteers Must:

1) Fill out a volunteer form, including a copy of driver’s license. Forms below

2) Have a digital photo taken- to be used on ID badge.

3) When background check comes back, ID badge will be issued.

4) ID Badge must be visible at all times when in contact with players or on the field.

For questions or concerns, contact Jared Kenerson at 561-262-5410 or kenersonsouth@gmail.com

THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR VOLUNTEERS!

  


Handout: Volunteer Application

Thursday, November 13
2015 UPCOMING DATES FOR MANAGERS AND COACHES

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR MANAGERS AND COACHES
 
Selections for 2015 Spring Season 
 
Anyone who would like to volunteer his/her time and talent as a manager or coach may file an application with the League. Applications can be found below.
 
All applications will be subject to national background check as required by the Little League Headquarters and Martin County. Managers new to MCNLL will be interviewed. Managers and Coaches may also opt to be certified by the National Youth Sports Coaches Association (NYSCA) (optional).
 
Managing assignments will be made prior to player evaluations. If you have any questions, please contact Kip Davis at 772-485-6365 or email at kipdavis11@aol.com.  
 
Mandatory Attendance required at the following clinics:
 
MCN Safety & Coaches Clinic
January 24th 2015
9 AM - 2 PM at Citrus Grove Park
 
Umpire Clinic
February 7th 2015
9:00-Noon At Citrus Grove Park  

Handout: Mgr/Coach Application 2013

Thursday, November 13
Sponsorship & Fundraising

WE NEED SPONSORS! 

 Sponsoring a team helps MCNLL maintain the best standards for our youth. We thank sponsors for their commitment and look forward to another successful year!

Sponsorship information will be available at all registrations please see below.

For Sponsorship questions and/or more information please one contact the following league representatives:

Seth Levy – 772-812-2302 - sethwaynelevy@gmail.com

Kelly Garner – 772-708-7040 – brykelem@bellsouth.net

Alexis Stuckey – 772-341-0440

THANK YOU for your support!


Handout: MCNLL 2015 Sponsorship Opportunities

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Tuesday, December 31

HOME OF THE 2013 STATE OF FLORIDA LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL CHAMPIONS

Players: Dominick Thompson, Marcus Mastellone, Taylor Higgins, Blaine Kilbreth, Richie Pfluger, Jacob Rader, Hunter Wentworth, Zachary Galinis, Tibur Rivero, Wyatt Menendez, Peyton McIntosh, Cameron Provines and Justin Alteri

Manager: Mark Rodgers; Coaches: Tom Galinis, Andrew Rodgers



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