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Ontario District 1 Little League
Major League Baseball Skills Competition Coming back to Oakville Little League
Oakville Little League is excited to announce they will be hosting the local round of the Major League Baseball® PitchHit&Run competition presented by Scotts. This competition will be open to all children in Oakville regardless of whether they play in Oakville Little League or not.
The date, times and location of the event will be provided once details are completed.
John Sweeney, President of Oakville Little League said “We are extremely happy to be partnering once again with Major League Baseball and Scotts to sponsor the local level of the 2013 Major League baseball PitchHit&Run Competition.
OAKVILLE LITTLE LEAGUE READY FOR A BIG 2013 SEASON
Spring has officially arrived. It’s time to trade the hockey stick for a baseball bat and a puck for a ball. Spring training is almost over for the pros and they are getting ready to play for real. Just like the Blue Jays, Oakville Little League has been busy all winter getting ready for the 2013 season
Last year’s season ended on August 31st. Oakville Little League Executive and the many volunteers have been busy behind the scenes since the first day of September. “We are really proud of what we do here, but we don’t sit on our past success. We work hard to improve the baseball experience and enjoyment for all players, whether they are four or twenty years old”, said President John Sweeney.
The winter has been non-stop with registrations, meetings with the town, winter clinics, Family Day events and much more. Although OLL has been busy making changes, they have not forgotten what makes OLL a favourite with more than 1100 boys and girls. OLL offers Oakville youth, from age 4 to 20, the opportunity to play baseball in a fun, fair play and family oriented environment. For those players who desire a more competitive brand of baseball, OLL offers an All-Star program in addition to house league play