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Saturday 4/19 as of 1:30pm PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 08 April 2014 14:43

Saturday 4/19/14 1:30 pm, all games are cancelled. Managers please check with Matt McNamara to get your game rescheduled at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 19 April 2014 14:19
 
Umpire Scheduling Website PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 05 April 2014 19:31

Here is the link to the NKLL Umpire Scheduling website. If you previously had a login it should still work. If you have any questions please contact Dave Carstensen at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

www.umpschedule.com/NKLL

Last Updated on Saturday, 05 April 2014 19:33
 
Umpires Needed PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 18 March 2014 07:11

As the 2014 Baseball and Softball season gets closer we are again asking for help to Umpire the games. We have too many games and not enough volunteer Umpires. We have 8 very experienced Umpires that give their time to Umpire as many games as they can and none of them have kids in the league. So you can understand that with the number of Baseball and Softball games played that we need more volunteer Umpires. We will offer training and Umpire equipment for you and a incentive program for equipment if you find you like it and want to continue to Umpire. If you would like to Umpire please contact our UIC Dave Carstensen or any of the board members and we will help you get started. Thank you and have a great 2014 Baseball and Softball season.

Last Updated on Saturday, 05 April 2014 19:29
 
Wednesday, 01 January 2014 00:00

NKLL is open for 2014 season Registration.   Registration can be done on line or by mail, simply click the registration link. You do not need to sign into the NKLL site in order to register.   Click here for a mail in form. Mail in forms can also be found at The Sport Haus.   Registration can also be done in person at the clubhouse on Sunday, January 26th 1-4 pm and Sunday, February 9th 1-4 pm.

Early registration is helpful to NKLL to help determine the number of teams and coaches that will be needed for the 2014 season. This year we have changed our fee structure to encourage early registration.   The registration fee structure is as follows:

Fee(s) Early Registration to 2/10/2014:                                              Fee(s) Registration after 2/10/2014:

Players/Family          Baseball & Softball                                         Players/Family                   Baseball & Softball                                                                                                                                                                            

Oldest Player                 $130.00                                                        Oldest Player                                  $150.00

2nd Player                       $95.00                                                          2nd Player                                       $95.00

Additional Players            $50.00                                                        Additional Players                           $50.00

                 $275 per family cap                                                                                  $295 per family cap

T-Ball Program              $80.00                                                         T-Ball Program                               $90.00

*There is no fee for the Challenger program

 

Skills assessments are currently scheduled for Sunday, February 23rd and Saturday, March 1st.   The dates for skills assessments are weather dependent.   More information about skills assessments will be posted on our website after the first of the year.  

 

For additional information or questions, please email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .  Registration must bereceived by March 1 to guarantee placement.  Registrations received after March 1 may be placed on a waiting list.

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 15 March 2014 18:59
 
What Level is Right for my Child? PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 14 January 2014 12:15

T-Ball:
T-Ball is a non-competitive division for players league age 5 and 6, and for 7 year olds who need more playing experience.  All players bat and play the field each inning, and no scores are kept.  Games are played on Saturday mornings and are limited to 60 minutes. Players are placed on teams primarily by school or geographic area by the league Player Agent.

 

A Baseball:
Minor A Baseball is a non-competitive division for players league age 7 and 8, and for 6 year olds who have already played one year of T-Ball.  Pitching in this division will be by pitching machines operated by an adult.  The rules have been modified to give each player more opportunity to excel.  Games are played on weeknights and Saturdays (times vary) and are limited to 90 minutes.  Players are placed on teams primarily by school or geographic area by the league Player Agent. Roster size depends on the number of players and coaches available.

 

AA Baseball:
Minor AA Baseball is a non-competitive division for players league age 8 and 9, and for 7 year olds who are ready to move beyond our Minor A level.  Pitching in this division will be by pitching machines operated by an adult, and will be set to a faster speed than in A-ball.  The standard three strike rule is used at this level.  Games are played on weeknights and Saturdays (times vary) and last about 2 hours. Players are placed on teams primarily by school or geographic area by the league Player Agent. Roster size depends on the number of players and coaches available.

 

AAA Baseball:

Minor AAA Baseball is a competitive division for players league age 9 to 11, and for 8 year olds that are ready to move to beyond our Minor AA level. This is the first level of player pitch. Games are played on weeknights and Saturdays (times vary) and last about 2 hours. This level will play inter-league games that will involve travel to other leagues in our district. Players need to attend at least one of the skills assessments. It is highly recommended that players attend both Skill Assessment sessions. Players are placed on teams through a draft after skills assessments are complete. Roster size depends on the number of players and coaches available. 

 

Majors Baseball:

Majors Baseball is a competitive division for players league age 9 to 12. Players need to attend at least one of the skills assessments. It is highly recommended that players attend both Skill Assessment sessions. Games are played on weeknights and Saturdays (times vary) and last about 2 hours. This level will play inter-league games that will involve travel to other leagues in our district. Players are placed on teams through a draft after skills assessments are complete. Roster size is 12 or 13 depending on the number of players and coaches available. Players 11 and 12 are also eligible to play in the Intermediate Division.

 

Intermediate Baseball:

Intermediate Baseball is a competitive division for players league age 11 to 13. attemptsPlayers need to attend at least one of the skills assessments. It is highly recommended that players attend both Skill Assessment sessions. It is Little Leagues newest division created to allow more advanced players a higher level of baseball. It is played on a field with a pitching distance of 50 feet and bases that are 70 feet apart. Little League created it as a stepping stone to the 90' Field. The rules follow the upper levels of Little League in which it allows for leading off, pick off attempts, big barrel bats ( must meet Little League Specs). Those are just a few of the differences. Most of the play will be double headers on the weekends and will involve travel to other leagues in our district as well as other districts in the Puget Sound Region.Players are placed on teams through a draft after skills assessments are complete. Roster size is 12 or 13 depending on the number of players and coaches available. 11 and 12 year old players are encouraged to participate in our Majors Division also. 13 year old players are encouraged to also play with NK Babe Ruth. Our scheduler will be working with NK Babe Ruth to make sure schedules don't conflict. 

 

AA Softball:

AA Softball is a non-competitive division for players league age 7 and 8, and for 6 year olds who have already played one year of T-Ball.  Pitching in this division will be by pitching machines operated by an adult.  The rules have been modified to give each player more opportunity to excel.  Games are played on weeknights and Saturdays (times vary) and are last about 2 hours.  Players are placed on teams primarily by school or geographic area by the league Player Agent. Roster size depends on the number of players and coaches available.

 

AAA Softball:

AAA Softball is a competitive division for players league age 9 to 11, and for 8 year olds that are ready to move to beyond our Minor AA level. This is the first level of player pitch. Games are played on weeknights and Saturdays (times vary) and last about 2 hours. This level will play inter-league games that will involve travel to other leagues in our district. Players need to attend at least one of the skills assessments. It is highly recommended that players attend both Skill Assessment sessions. Players are placed on teams through a draft after skills assessments are complete. Roster size depends on the number of players and coaches available.



Majors Softball: 

Majors Softball is a competitive division for players league age 9 to 12. Players need to attend at least one of the skills assessments. It is highly recommended that players attend both Skill Assessment sessions. Games are played on weeknights and Saturdays (times vary) and last about 2 hours. This level will play inter-league games that will involve travel to other leagues in our district. Players are placed on teams through a draft after skills assessments are complete. Roster size is 12 or 13 depending on the number of players and coaches available.



Juniors Softball: Juniors Softball is a competitive division for players league age 12 to 14. Players need to attend at least one of the skills assessments. It is highly recommended that players attend both Skill Assessment sessions. Games are played on weeknights and double headers on Saturdays (times vary) and last about 2 hours. This level will play inter-league games that will involve travel to other leagues in our district. Players are placed on teams through a draft after skills assessments are complete. Roster size is 12 or 13 depending on the number of players and coaches available.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 15 January 2014 11:34
 
Statistics Primer PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 29 April 2009 10:02

The Team section has a feature that managers may find useful.  There is a statistics module that will track the players individual statistics.  This article will give you a short primer on how to enter the data and what the different items are.

 

Last Updated on Monday, 26 April 2010 16:13
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Little League Coaches Resource Center PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 23 January 2009 11:45

Great coaching is no accident. It starts with a love for the game. It grows from a strong desire to give children the tools they need to succeed on the field and in life. And it can happen in any league, with any team, anywhere in the world.

 

Last Updated on Friday, 23 January 2009 12:49
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Trouble Logging onto the Team Page PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 23 March 2009 16:28

Are you having trouble logging onto the Team Pages?  For help please read the full article.

Last Updated on Friday, 03 April 2009 14:04
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How Many Logins Do I Need? PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 13 March 2009 14:35

 

You registered on the Main NKLL.com site and then had to do it again to register your player.  The two didn't look at all the same and what worked for one didn't necessarily work for the other.

What a nuisance huh?  The challenge is that we are using two systems and they both require user identifications and passwords.  We are working on developing a way to integrate the two so that you can have a single login for the whole site.  That unfortunately is a ways out right now.

Here is what is going on.  The main NKLL site includes the ability to create users with varying access levels for website management and access to articles, to download documents, or to post messages in the bulletin board system.  We are also making use of a service called Manage Your League (MYL).  This service is what we used for the online registration of the players, the team assignments, broadcast emails, and game scheduling.  Part of MYL is the team page system.  There are some really neat features that we can make use of.  In order for the MYL side to be secure it needs a user identification system too.  Since this is a different piece of software it requires its own user login system.  At this point the two systems are not interconnected for the user login. 

Last Updated on Friday, 27 March 2009 09:41
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