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Welcome to ELL Online Registration -

Login to the system using your email address and password.  Once you have logged in, you can add more email addresses to your player's profile as this is the system used to email our families.

Leave the password field blank if you have forgotten your password and the system will email you a new one.

If this is your first registration, add yourself first (including your birth date, not your child's) to create an account then add your child. Include your child's name and birth date, and link the child to your registration.

We are always looking for new and returning volunteers, please fill out a volunteer form if you are interested in coaching, assistance coaching, or being a volunteer in any way.  Email the form to essexlittleleague@hotmail.com



 

 

2020 Pitchers and Catchers Baseball Clinic

​This free clinic is being offered by volunteer coaches from ELL.  It will begin in January 2020.  The clinic is for players league age 9-12 who are currently or want to be a pitcher or catcher in the Spring season.  The coaches will work on the mechanics of pitching and catching with the players.

​The dates and times will vary due to the limited space at the school gym.  We are looking to see what interest there is and the commitment level of the participants.  

​Once we have the names and email addresses, more info will follow.  ​Questions can be addressed to Coach Matt at msellprez@gmail.com

Opened: 12/03/2019

2020 T-ball

ELL Tee Ball Program

·       Runs 6-8 weeks, depending on weather

·       Season starts the Saturday after Opening Day (see website for date)

·       Saturday mornings 9-10:30 @ Comstock Field, Ivoryton

·       Bats and Helmets provided by ELL

·       Players supply their own glove

·       All players receive a team hat and jersey

·       First half of each Saturday session will be stations, second half is coach controlled games

·       Players will hit off the tee and move to coach pitch through the season

·       Players will learn the basic skills of baseball (throwing, catching, hitting)

·       Co-ed Program

·       Players aged 4 & 5, (6 by parent request)

** A T-Ball Coordinator will be needed as well as parent coaches, please email Matt Sicignano at msellprez@gmail.com if

you are interested in being the coordinator or a coach, no previous coaching experience is needed. **

Base Cost: $80.00

Opened: 11/01/2019

2020 SPRING Softball

Below is a description of the levels of play we offer for Softball, if you have any questions, please reach out to ELL President -  Matt Sicignano at msellprez@gmail.com

MANDATORY ASSESSMENT FOR ALL PLAYERS 9-12

Transition

·       Players aged 6-8, some 9's depending on assessment score

·       Players will continue to learn the skills of softball (throwing, catching, hitting)

·       Players will also learn fielding and baserunning, to name a few

·       A mix of coach and kid pitch

·       Practices during the week and Saturdays or Sundays

·       Home and Away games during the week and on Saturdays

·       All players receive a team hat and jersey

·       Players must have their own glove (cleats are optional)

·       Helmets and Bats provided

·       Practices start April 1st

·       Games start on Opening Day (see website for date)

·       Season runs through June

Minors

·       Players aged 8-12 eligible for selection

·       All players attend assessments

·       Players will learn more advanced skills of softball (stealing, tagging up, bunting, etc.)

·       This level is competitive as well as educational

·       Players are expected to be committed to the team and attend practices and games

·       Kid pitch, Softball does allow for coach pitch after 3 walks

·       Practices start April 1st

·       Games start on Opening Day (see website for date)

·       Practices prior to games starting are 2-3 weekdays and 1 weekend day

·       Games can be 2 weeknights and 1 weekend a week

·       All players receive a team jersey and hat

·       Players must have their own glove and cleats

·       Players will also supply their own baseball pants based on their team uniform

·       Helmets and bats provided but players are encouraged to bring their own (see website for approved bats)

·       Regular season runs through June

 

Majors

·       Players aged 9-12 eligible for selection (not guaranteed)

·       All players attend assessments

·       All players are expected to know the basics of softball

·       This level is very competitive

·       Players are expected to be committed to the team and attend practices and games

·       Practices start April 1st

·       Games start on Opening Day (see website for date)

·       Practices prior to games starting are 3-4 weekdays and 1 weekend day

·       Games can be 2 weeknights and 1 weekend day a week

·       All players receive a team jersey and hat

·       Players must have their own glove, cleats, and softball pants

·       Helmets and bats provided but players are encouraged to bring their own (see website for approved bats)

·       Regular season runs through June

·       Potential to continue playing after June

Base Cost: $100.00

Opened: 11/01/2019

2020 SPRING Baseball

Below is a description of the levels of play we offer for Softball, if you have any questions, please reach out to ELL President, Matt Sicignano at msellprez@gmail.com

MANDATORY ASSESSMENT FOR ALL PLAYERS 9-12

 

Transition

Players aged 6-8, some 9's depending on their assessment score

Players will continue to learn the skills of baseball (throwing, catching, hitting)

Players will also learn fielding and baserunning, to name a few

A mix of coach and kid pitch

Practices during the week and Saturdays or Sundays

Home and Away games during the week and on Saturdays

All players receive a team hat and jersey

Players must have their own glove (cleats are optional)

Helmets and Bats provided

Practices start April 1st

Games start on Opening Day (see website for date)

Season runs through June

Minors

Players aged 8-12 eligible for selection

All players attend assessments

Players will learn more advanced skills of baseball (stealing, tagging up, bunting, etc.)

This level is competitive as well as educational

Players are expected to be committed to the team and attend practices and games

Kid pitch only

Practices start April 1st

Games start on Opening Day (see website for date)

 Practices prior to games starting are 2-3 weekdays and 1 weekend day

Games can be 2 weeknights and 1 weekend a week

All players receive a team jersey and hat

Players must have their own glove and cleats

Players will also supply their own baseball pants based on their team uniform

Helmets and bats provided but players are encouraged to bring their own (see website for approved bats)

Regular season runs through June

Majors

Players aged 9-12 eligible for selection (not guaranteed)

All players attend assessments

All players are expected to know the basics of baseball

This level is very competitive

Players are expected to be committed to the team and attend practices and games

Practices start April 1st

Games start on Opening Day (see website for date)

Practices prior to games starting are 3-4 weekdays and 1 weekend day

Games can be 2 weeknights and 1 weekend day a week

All players receive a team jersey and hat

Players must have their own glove, cleats, and baseball pants

Helmets and bats provided but players are encouraged to bring their own (see website for approved bats)

Regular season runs through June

Potential to continue playing after June

Base Cost: $100.00

Opened: 11/01/2019

Coaching Volunteers 2020

Little League Baseball and Softball is an organization designed to build good citizens. It is a program of leadership, preparing today's youth to be tomorrow's leaders. At the local level, Little League relies on a devoted legion of adult volunteers to help ensure that the organization remains structured and runs smoothly. Our Essex Little League program is always looking for responsible and enthusiastic individuals to support and coordinate Little League events and activities. As a volunteer, you should have a keen interest in the safety, well-being, and overall development of children.

Being a manager or coach requires time, patience, and basic knowledge of the game of baseball. You may be required to attend meetings,or instructional sessions. You will communicate with the parents/guardians of your players to inform them of any schedule changes, rain-outs, and Little League events and activities.  You are responsible for preparing the field prior to any home games as well as raking them after games and practices.

As a manager or coach, you have more interaction with young people than anyone else in Little League. Therefore, it is important that you understand the goals and virtues of the Little League program in order to effectively communicate them to your players.  All managers and coaches much attend a mandatory safety training given by ELL Safety Officer.

As a manager or coach, you will need to be flexible with your schedule as dates and times of games and practices do change.  It is important if you cannot be there that you have an assistant coach that is. 

All Manager and Coaching positions are selected annually.  No Manager or Coach has tenure, regardless of years of service to ELL.

 

 

 

 

Opened: 11/01/2019