OHIO DISTRICT ONE LL: Welcome

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WELCOME TO OHIO DISTRICT ONE LL BB & SB

WELCOME TO OHIO DISTRICT ONE LL. WE ARE HOME TO 12 LEAGUES ACROSS ASHTABULA COUNTY, LAKE COUNTY, GEAUGA & CUYAHOGA COUNTIES.   

PLEASE SIGN OUR GUESTBOOK AND LET US KNOW YOU WERE HERE. IF YOU WANT TO CONTACT ANY OF US YOU CAN EMAIL US AT ohdist1ll@yahoo.com .

 



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D-1 STAFF

Swing by Trace Adkins


Thursday, June 27
Ohio District 1 Little League



OK GIF
Saturday, March 15
STATE TOURNAMENT SITES & DATES



These are the locations or districts that will be holding the upcoming State Tournaments for 2014:

9 & 10 BB   District 10   Bryan LL   7/26 thru 8/02

10 & 11 BB   District 4   North Canton    7/26 thru 8/02

50/70 BB   District 10  Maumee or Kenton   7/05 thru 7/08

Little League BB   District 5   Cambridge   7/19 thru 7/26

Jr BB   District 9   Oxford, OH   Miami LL   7/19 thru 7/26

Sr BB   District 9   Mason, OH   Mason LL   7/19 thru 7/26

Big League BB   District 8   Englewood LL   7/11 thru 7/13

9 & 10 SB   District 2   Boardman   7/26 thru 8/03

10 & 11 SB   District 2   Boardman   7/26 thru 8/03

Little League SB   District 1   Ashtabula   7/11 thru 7/15

Jr SB   District 11   Lucasville   7/17 thru 7/20th **   

SR SB   District 11   Lucasville   7/17 thru 7/20**

Big League SB   District 11   Site to be determined

Challenger   District 4   N. Canton LL

Dates were finalized on 4/27. Jr SB & Sr Sb has been switched to District 11. 

** TOURNAMENT DATES FOR JR SB & SR SB HAVE CHANGED AS OF 5/13. 



Saturday, July 19
2014 CENTRAL REGION SB TOURNAMENT MAJORS



Saturday, July 19
2014 OH SR BB GAME TOURNAMENT





Saturday, July 19
2014 JR BB TOURNAMENT STATE



Friday, June 27
LLWS BRACKET



Just announced by LL:  click here to view LLWS Tournament Bracket

BB SB
Wednesday, March 12
REGIONAL TOURNAMENT DATES FOR 2014



The upcoming tournament dates for regional competition are as follows:

Little League BB   7/31 thru 8/09/14   Indianapolis, IN

Little League 50/70  7/19 thru 7/26/14  Kalamazoo, MI

JR BB  8/02 thru 8/08/14  Fort Wayne, IN

SR BB  08/01 thru 08/06/14  Peru/Oglesby, IL

Big League BB  07/16 thru 07/20/14  Wyoming, MI

Little League SB  07/18 thru 07/24/14  Indianapolis, IN

JR SB  08/02 thru 08/07/14  Akron, OH

SR SB  07/26 thru 07/31/14   South Bend, IN

Big League SB  07/26 thru 07/29/14  Elgin, IL

Our Ohio State Tournaments will be announced after the April meeting. 



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LITTLE LEAGUE LOGO NEW
Saturday, December 7
2014 WORLD SERIES SCHEDULE



2014 Little League World Series Schedule
  • Big League Baseball (15-18-year-olds)
    • July 23 to July 30 – Easley, S.C. (Easley Recreation Complex) – 14th season in Easley; 47th season overall
    • 2013 Champion: South Carolina District 7 (Greenville)
  • Little League Intermediate (50/70) Baseball (11-13-year-olds)
    • July 29 to Aug. 4 – Livermore, Calif. (Max Baer Park) – 2nd season in Livermore; 2nd season overall
    • 2013 Champion: Izumisano Little League (Osaka, Japan)
  • Big League Softball (14-18-year-old girls)
    • Aug. 3 to Aug. 9 – Lower Sussex (Del.) Little League Complex – 2nd Season in Lower Sussex; 33st season overall
    • 2013 Champion: Delaware District 3 Little League (Lower Sussex, Del.)
  • Senior League Softball (13-16-year-old girls)
    • Aug. 3 to Aug. 9 – Lower Sussex (Del.) Little League Complex – 11th season in Lower Sussex; 39th season overall
    • 2013 Champion: Indiana District 11 Little League (South Bend, Ind.)
  • Little League Softball® (11-12-year-old girls)
    • Aug. 7 to Aug. 13 – Portland, Ore. (Alpenrose Stadium) – 21st season in Portland; 41th season overall
    • 2013 Champion: Sunnyside Little League (Tucson, Ariz.)
  • Junior League Softball (13-14-year-old girls)
    • Aug. 10 to Aug. 16 – Kirkland, Wash. (Everest Park) – 16th season in Kirkland; 16th season overall
    • 2013 Champion: Palma Ceia/Tampa Bay/Bayshore Little League (Tampa, Fla.)
  • Junior League Baseball (13-14-year-olds)
    • Aug. 10 to Aug. 16 – Taylor, Mich. (Heritage Park) – 34nd season in Taylor; 34nd season overall
    • 2013 Champion: Shing-Ming Junior Little League (Taoyuan, Chinese Taipei)
  • Senior League Baseball (14-16-year-olds)
    • Aug. 10 to Aug. 16 – Bangor, Maine (Shawn T. Mansfield Stadium) – 13th season in Bangor; 54nd season overall
    • 2013 Champion: Chitre Little League (Chitre, Herrera, Panama)
  • Little League Baseball® (11-12-year-olds)
    • Aug. 14 to Aug. 24 – South Williamsport, Pa. (Lamade/Volunteer Stadiums) – 56th season in South Williamsport; 68th season overall
    • 2013 Champion: Musashi Fuchu Little League (Tokyo, Japan)


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LL 75
Saturday, December 7
2014 RULE CHANGES

A .pdf version of rule changes for 2014.
Handout: 2014 RULE CHANGES

New Season
Sunday, November 18
Be Kind to your Umps!

Getting ready for the season involves a lot of things! One thing that always seems to slip under the cracks is arming your umps with knowledge. Anyone can order a rule book now...they are no longer guarded material...so please when your season starts...order rule books for your volunteer umpires...depending on the new rates, extra rule books are only $2 for a league to order...$7 for individuals.

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Tuesday, March 12
WHEN IN DOUBT...TAKE THEM OUT!



On April 26th, 2013 Ohio's new law regarding concussions in youth will come into effect. All managers, coaches and anyone involved with youth sports will have to have certification for knowing and understanding the signs of a concussion. Parental involvement will also be important. Please read all the attachments.
Handout: OH CONCUSSION LAW

LITTLE LEAGUE LOGO NEW

THE LITTLE LEAGUE
PARENT/VOLUNTEER PLEDGE

I will teach all children to play fair and do their best
I will positively support all managers, coaches and players
I will respect the decisions of the umpires
I will praise a good effort despite the outcome of the game



LITTLE 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






Sunday, January 2
OUR LEAGUES



ASHTABULA LL

Website: http://www.eteamz.active.com/Ashtabulalittleleague

 

CONNEAUT LL (CLYO)

 

GENEVA UNITED L.L.

  

GRAND VALLEY LL

 

JEFFERSON LL

Website: http://www.jeffersonareabaseball.com/

 

KINGSVILLE LL

Website: http://www.kallinfo.org

 

MADISON LL

 

MAPLE HEIGHTS LL

 

N. E. CLEVELAND LL

Website:  http://www.eteamz.active.com/NECLL

 

N.E. OHIO CHALLENGER LEAGUE

 

PERRY LL

Website:  http://www.perryrec.com

 

PAINESVILLE LL

Website:  http://www.painesvillelittleleague.org

http://www.eteamz.com/painesvillelittleleague1

 

PYMATUNING LL

 

 

PER RULE BOOK CHANGES IT IS THE RECOMENDATION OF LLB/SB THAT EACH LEAGUE HAVE A BASIC SITE THRU ETEAMZ TO RECEIVE INFO THRU AND BE ABLE TO ACCESS THE DATA CENTER. THE SITE ADMINISTRATOR CAN THEN LINK AN OUTSIDE SITE FOR THEIR LEAGUE THRU ETEAMZ. 

 

OUR LEAGUES ARE REMINDED THAT IF THEY HAVE HAD A RECENT

ELECTION OF NEW OFFICERS, THAT THEY ARE TO SEND IN THE

NECESSARY PAPERS TO LL INTERNATIONAL AND A COPY TO US AS

WELL. CHANGES ARE TO BE MADE THRU THE DATA CENTER WHEN

YOU RECEIVE THE INFO.

 



Tuesday, March 19
Coach Resource Center



Back in the heyday we all coached from what we remembered playing the game or hoping to play the game. Little League has a resource center to help coaches with their drills and basically to help them have their players enjoy the game. It is available for both baseball & softball. We urge anyone coaching to check out the resource center. Click on the article title to be taken to the center.

Diamond Scheduler
Tuesday, March 19
Scheduling Program



We very seldom give a recommendation on our site for things outside LL world. However for years Cindy and I have used a scheduling program called Diamond Scheduler. I first used it 12 years ago for Ashtabula County LL. The program is reasonable in price and the support from Mr. Hall has always been exceptional. So to anyone out there struggling doing their schedules give the Diamond Scheduler program a try. The price which has not changed all these years is $75 and I believe you can put it on 3 computers...nice incase officers change. His website is www.cactusware.com . Let us know if you try it! You can click on the article title or the pic to be taken to his site.














Friday, March 4
CHALLENGER LEAGUES

As some of you may not know we have two new challenger leagues this year. Both Painesville and Geneva United LL will be offering the challenger division this year. Challenger league is available to kids from age 4 to 18, or up to age 22 if still in high school,  who are physically or mentally challenged. It gives them a chance to play baseball in the sun...in a supportive manner. The people who help are called "buddies" as they help the player to participate in the game. When I went to our league in Brecksville I was fortunate enough to meet a lady who was close to 80 years young. She was living in an assisted home and came to volunteer for the challenger league. Jim Cipriani (N.E.O. Challenger President), told me the old people at the home didn't do enough so she wanted to volunteer to help. She came every week and was a buddy to many kids. Friendships are made here for the goal of helping a child to play! It doesn't get simpler than that! I recommend that all our league's staff take a day and make a point of going to visit a Challenger League. So if you have a child who is challenged or if you want to volunteer your time contact the local league in your area to sign up...it will help you put into perspective life's daily routines we take for granted. Even though you may not live in Geneva or Painesville, your child is still eligible to play there so long you are in our District. The Challenger League is also available in Brecksville.
Handout: Challenger Brochure












Thursday, May 30
LIGHTNING & THUNDER



Lightning Safety and Outdoor Sports Activities


Sports officials must understand ...

Wednesday, March 20




Little League International has assembled an online resource page dedicated to baseball bat information. Click here to find the latest bat information, including the current Little League Baseball rules and regulations governing bats, definition of terms, the moratorium on the use of composite bats, and a series of frequently asked questions, with answers and licensed bat lists.

You can click on the article title to be taken to LL's Bat Resource Page. Hopefully a lot of these were eliminated from play last year, however the list continues to be updated. Recently even some softball bats were removed from the list. Make it easy on the umps...as managers you should be checking the bats before play...have your parents help by checking the lists. With so much info out there these bats shouldn't even be brought to the field in the first place! With the new rules for this year about using a illegal bat...the managers should be aware of what is in their equipment bags! Unless you like coaching from your car! And then we get into the whole no cell phone thing!



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