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Hartford Yard Goats Event SAVE THE DATE
YARD GOATS ON FIELD SKILLS CLINIC: SUNDAY APRIL 28th @ DUNKIN DONUTS STADIUM:
Once again Newington Little League will partner with the Hartford Yard Goats and present an on field baseball clinic at Dunkin Donuts Stadium in Hartford. This event is open to all Newington Little League families from all baseball and softball divisions. On Sunday April 28th from 9AM-12PM all players that have purchased a ticket to the event will take the field at Dunkin Donuts stadium and participate in hitting, fielding, and throwing skills events.
Players will be able to tour the dugouts, get autographs from the players, and participate in a parade around the field just prior to the Yard Goats 1:05PM game verses the Harrisburg Senators. In addition, two players from Newington Little League will be chosen to throw out the first pitch of the game and in between innings a Newington Little League player will be chosen to bring water to the umpire on the field and be on the Jumbo Tron screen. All of this for $22.00 per ticket.
This event was a huge hit the last two seasons and will quickly sell out so please do not delay in purchasing your tickets. Ticket sales will begin at assessments on February 24th at ATI in Cromwell, CT. Payments can be made via cash or checks made payable to Newington Little League. We look forward to seeing you at Dunkin Donuts stadium.
For all baseball and softball players ages 9-12 who were not on a Major Division roster in Spring 2018 a player skills assessment will be held on Sunday February 24, 2019 from 3:00pm - 6:00pm (5:00pm - 6:00pm will be softball) at ATI (Athlete Training Institute) located at 14 Alcap Ridge Cromwell, CT
All players will be evaluated in hitting, throwing and fielding drills by Major and Intermediate Division coaches. Regardless of the division of play a child intends on playing all players MUST ATTEND the Skills Assessment. The process allows each coach to assess the basic skills of each eligible player to aid in the player selection process. This process is designed to promote equity and competitive balance across each league.
All players attending must wear sneakers and bring a baseball glove and (optional) bat. Bats and balls will be supplied by the league.
Baseball Players not selected for the Majors division will be assigned to the Intermediate division.
Please read the below information carefully and thoroughly:
Structure of Skills Assessment: All players will be assessed by the Major Division coaches on their fielding, throwing, catching, and hitting skills. The assessment will be used to identify players to play in the Major Division and to create balanced teams in the Intermediate Division.
What to wear/bring:
All players should wear comfortable clothes (e.g., sweatpants, baseball pants) and sneakers
All players must bring a baseball glove
Players may bring their own helmet and/or bat. There will be bats and helmets available to use.
Arrival Times: The Skills Assessment will be done in groups divided by age and last name alphabetically. Plan on spending about 1 hour for your group.
Please see the groupings and arrival times below for all BASEBALL players:
12 and 11
A - Z
A - Z
A - Z
A - Z
All SOFTBALL players will be assessed for a one hour time slot from 5:00pm - 6:00pm. Please arrive at4:45pm.
If you cannot make the assigned time or you cannot make the tryout at all, please contact our President - Jim Trommer (860-839-1634) or Registration Coordinator - Daniela James (860-550-0949). Players who do not attend a tryout will not be eligible for the Majors Draft.
8 year olds who have played two years of Minors and are interested in playing at the Intermediate level must attend a supplemental assessment date on Monday February 25th from 6:00pm - 7:00pm at ATI in Cromwell
There will be no tryouts for any other age group. 4-6 year olds will be assigned to Tee Ball teams. 7 & 8 year olds will be assigned to Minors or Instructional Softball.