Royal Oak Sandlot League: Welcome

Last update: Wednesday August 27, 2014 01:08pm
At work and want to find us fast?  Google, Yahoo or Bing "ROSL" and we'll pop right up?  Check now, check later but more important check often to keep up on us.  Now really?  How cool is that!

2014 ROSL World Series Champions
Harwell - King Cleaners
Kaline - Blanchard Agency
Freehan
Senior MOFA Softball - Madison Heights Sun Devils
Junior MOFA Softball - Royal Oak PDQ Printing
Freshman Softball - Rose Pest Solutions Stars 



Wednesday, August 6
2014 Harwell World Series Champions - King Cleaners

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Thursday, July 31
2014 Senior MOFA World Series Champions - Madison Heights Sun Devils


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2014 Kaline World Series Champions - Blanchard Agency


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2014 Junior MOFA Softball World Series Champions - Royal Oak PDQ Printing

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2014 Freshman Softball World Series Champions - Rose Pest Solution Stars

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Get off the sidelines and get into the game!

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Ad-Hoc positions are available for the upcoming 2015 season for interested volunteers wanting to promote Royal Oak Youth Baseball / Softball.   Interested parties should forward an email containing an attachment listing background in youth sports along with the area of interest in which you are able to volunteer to roslkim-league@yahoo.com. After the board of directors reviews the submissions a response will be sent to the sending parties email address.

Maybe the ROSL Board is not for you, however, you would like to be one of our team manager's or coaches for the upcoming 2015 season.   Please bring this form to one of our 2015 registration dates, or scan / email it to the email above, or drop it in the US mail and we'll get back to you shortly.


Handout: 2014 Volunteer Discloser Form

Follow us on Facebook

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Once again this year you can follow us on Facebook and be part of the growing ROSL Facebook family.  Friend us at "Royal Oak Sandlot League" today.  You can even write on our wall if you'd like since you were not allowed to write on walls when you were 4 years old with the crayons your Grandmother gave you for your birthday.  I hope you do understand today when Grandmother went home after your 4th birthday she was really getting back at your mother for doing the same thing when your mother was 4 years old and writing on Grandmother's walls with crayons.  Grandmother's love paybacks... they sit back waiting... waiting.... waiting... then one day WHAM! crayons for your birthday.  Now you know why Grandmother's giggle... and that's the reason we love them.