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Northland Families,

To complement the 2020 Offseason Training Program, Northland is excited to offer a Winter Rookies Clinic! This will be a high intensity skills based program. Six 45-minute sessions focusing on getting your kids moving and ready for the baseball season.

Who? Open to all players ages 4-6 years old (Rookie Level)
Where? Training will be held at Salk Middle School in the Balcony Gymnasium.  Sauk Middle School 11970 Highland Rd NW, Elk River, MN 55330
What? Six Winter Rookies Clinic sessions to work on skills: 

  • Hitting
  • Catching
  • Running
  • FUN!

When? Fridays! Starting February 7th through March 13th. 6-6:45 PM
 *Make up date, if needed, will be held on 3/20*
How? Registration is now open for Winter Rookies Clinic: Click Here

During the online registration, you will be asked to sign a waiver. This can be uploaded during the registration, or brought with your player to the first day of the clinic.

Register your player for 6 sessions at $100/player. Player gets a free Northland training t-shirt!

All the best, 
Doc Sonntag
Rookie Commissioner 
Northland Little League

Winter Clinic 7-12 year olds

Northland Little League Winter Clinics

Winter Hitting, Fielding, Pitching and Catching Clinics conducted by: Northland Little League Coaches Sign Up Today

Northland Little League is excited for another Winter Clinic Season to begin.  Like all previous seasons we want this one to be the best. Get into mid season form with Northland before the baseball season starts.  

Northland Little League coaches are volunteering their time again this year to continue to develop the skills of our players. We will utilize multiple hitting stations including a batting cage for the hitting portion of the clinic. Every player will have opportunities to test their new hitting skills in the cage. Aside from hitting, we will also focus on a number of fielding, throwing and conditioning drills.  Bring your glove and hat, and a helmet and bat (if you have your own). Parents are not required to stay, but are encouraged to watch and learn to reinforce the skills at home. 

Lets get the 2020 Little League Season off to a good start! 
Sign Up Today

Where: Salk Middle School, 11970 Highland Rd NW, Elk River, MN 55330
When: January thru March (16 sessions/age group) See Calendar
Who: 7-12 year olds, 6-8pm  (Mondays and Fridays)

Thank you,

Northland Little League


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Beginning with the 2018 season, non-wood and laminated bats used in the Little League (Majors) and below, Intermediate (50-70) Division, and Junior League divisions, as well as the Little League Challenger Division, shall bear the USA Baseball logo signifying that the bat meets the USABat - USA Baseball’s Youth Bat Performance Standard. All BPF – 1.15 bats will be prohibited beginning with the 2018 season. Additionally, starting in 2018, the bat diameter shall not exceed 2-5/8 inches for these divisions of play. Additional information is available at https://usabat.com/.

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Little League® is an international pastime that has been a fabric of societies throughout the world for 75 years. Since its founding in 1939 by Carl Stotz, Little League has instilled leadership, character, courage and loyalty in all that participate, including the nearly 1.5 million adult volunteers. Little League can be found in more than 80 countries worldwide with more than 2.4 million children participating each year. Little League has celebrated many milestones due to the dedication of its players, parents and volunteers. Below are just a few examples …

  • The Legacy Begins: First Little League Game is played on June 6, 1939
  • Another First: First Little League Baseball® World Series is played in August 1947
  • International Expansion: Canada becomes the first international team to charter in 1951
  • Outgrowing Original Field: Howard J. Lamade Stadium was built in 1959 to support the growing popularity of Little League
  • Federal Charter: Little League receives its Federal Charter in 1964
  • Expansion Outside of Baseball: Little League Softball is founded in 1974
  • Dugout: Walt Disney Co. creates Dugout the Mascot in 1985
  • Challenger:  The Little League Challenger Division is established in 1989
  • Urban Initiative: The Urban Initiative Program is established in 1999
  • The World Series Expands Again: Volunteer Stadium is built in 2001 to allow for a 16 team tournament

Little League Intermediate (50/70) Baseball Division: The Little League Intermediate (50/70) Baseball Division is created in 2012 creating nine divisions of play

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Little League® Baseball and Softball is the first organized youth sports program in the world, and was founded in 1939 by Carl E. Stotz, a resident of Williamsport, Pennsylvania. During the spring of 1939, a total of 30 players formed three teams, and Mr. Stotz along with a collection of volunteers from his neighborhood, embarked on the first season of Little League Baseball®. Today, millions of children — ages 4 to 16 — on six continents and scores of countries can attest that baseball, softball and Little League are synonymous.

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NOTE- School enrollment form enrollment date must be  Oct. 1, 2018 or before.

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@Northland LL

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