SUPPORT THE CHILDREN
Sponsor the League
Put your business logo on a banner to proudly display in our outfield. Not only do you create visibility of your company, you also help support a baseball league that is investing in your community's children.
Coach a Team
As a coach, you are responsible for much more than simply supervising your players, teaching the game, and striving to win. You are responsible for providing a fun, physically and emotionally safe environment that develops your Little Leaguers as players and as people.
Get the word out to parents that there is an awesome little league baseball group right here on the eastside of Spartanburg. Join our Facebook group and share updates with other parents. Let the schools know about upcoming registration opportunities. Hand out flyers in your neighborhood. We want as many children as possible to experience the joy of being a part of little league baseball.
Online Registration opens January 6th, closes February 3rd 2020.
Walk up registration is Saturday January 25th, 9:30 to 12:30 at Pine Street
Practices start mid February
Games start mid March
Little League baseball is far more than just learning a sport. Baseball is about establishing great friends and lifelong memories. It is about developing character through practice, concentration, winning/losing, hard work, and sportsmanship.
Baseball is a team sport. You may be a star pitcher, but without the help of eight other players, you cannot be successful. As a coach, every one of the players on my team contributed substantially in winning at least one game. Some of them were gifted players; some of them were not. They were friends, classmates, and neighbors, before and after the game. During the course of the season, all of them learned to depend on the others, to take pleasure in the other’s success and find ways to work together toward common goals. Some of them continued to play baseball through their teen years, others went on to other sports and interests. All of them took their experiences from Little League baseball into their adult lives.