Brewster Regional Little League Indoor Pitching and Catching Clinics When: Sundays (2/16, 2/23, 3/2, 3/9, and 3/16) Noon - 1:00: age 7-10 1:00 - 2:00: age 11-12 Where: Nauset Regional High School Gymnasium Who: Future, Current, and Former BRLL Players 7-12 How Much: $5 per 1 hr. session Further Info: Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to the Brewster Regional Little League Official Web Site for the 2014 Baseball Season!
What We Do: Teach youngsters the fundamentals of baseball, and instill commitment, sportsmanship and the personal growth that comes from hard work, failure, and success.
How We do it: Coaching proficiency, dedicated Board of Directors and parental involvement. Individual coaching, drilled down to each players skill set. Our entire program is committed to player development.
What’s so special: We provide a competitive environment, dedicated to a greater number of games and practices than recreation programs. We do have playoffs and a Championship. All officials are certified. As a member of Little League, our players may be eligible to participate in the annual State Level Tournament as 11 year olds, and the Little League World Series Tournament as 12 year olds.
With roots as "Brewster Little League" the Directors have opened enrollment to a district defined as the towns from Brewster to Provincetown (with Harwich and Chatham excepted). Mission Statement To offer Lower Cape children a higher level of baseball play, founded in providing skills development in the Minor League teams and advancing strategy and competitive tactics in the Major Leagues, while promoting sportsmanship, a team attitude, and supporting personal game knowledge, skills and abilities growth for all.
Volunteer Support The best efforts of the Directors are complemented by involvement with player family members contributing, such as in field maintenance and repair, and service in fundraising efforts. Please see the link to fill out a Volunteer Application to help Brewster Regional Little League fulfill its immediate goal of providing a successful 2012 Season!
About Little League
Better than any other youth sport activity, baseball and softball have become the thread that has sewn together a patchwork of nations and cultures around the world. Children in diverse nations such as Israel, Jordan, Russia, Germany, Japan, Canada, Australia, Poland, Mexico, China, Venezuela, South Africa and the U.S. have discovered baseball and softball -- Little League Baseball and Softball - are ways to bring their people a sport that mirrors life itself. Baseball and softball embody the discipline of teamwork. They challenge players toward perfection of physical skills and bring into play the excitement of tactics and strategy. The very nature of baseball and softball also teach that while every player eventually strikes out or is on the losing team, there is always another chance for success in the next at-bat or game. Millions of children on six continents and scores of countries can attest that baseball, softball and Little League are synonymous. Little League is a heritage to be carried forward proudly in the future by ever increasing waves of those devoted to teaching children how to play and enjoy these great games.
Basically, Little League has three structural components, each dependent upon the other and each vital to the success of the program.
The administrative and service core of the movement is Little League Baseball, Incorporated, a non-profit membership organization that maintains the international program, with Little League International in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. Part of the Little League International structure includes various Regional Centers in the U.S. and throughout the world.
The next component is the District. All the leagues within a District (a geographical area usually encompassing 10-20 leagues) elect a District Administrator (DA). The DA and his/her staff of Assistant District Administrators serve as liaisons between the various Regional Headquarters and the local Little Leagues. They are usually the most experienced Little League volunteers in the area and are charged with helping to ensure that all the volunteers in their districts are well trained, and all the leagues are operating within the guidelines set by Little League. The District Administrator does not have the authority to suspend, limit or revoke any rules, regulations or privileges of charter by a local Little League, but may recommend such action to the Charter Committee in Williamsport.
The final, most important component is the local Little League. The league provides its services in the community. It furnishes physical facilities, volunteer services and resources to provide a program for children. Through effective leadership and strong administrative policy at the top level, together with training extensions and adherence to rule and policy at District and local league level, Little League is able to provide liberal benefits to children who participate.