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CALEDONIA BASEBALL SOFTBALL LEAGUE (CBSL), a chartered member of Little League Baseball, Inc., is a volunteer organization that provides Caledonia, MICHIGAN community youth with a friendly, instructional setting to participate in baseball & softball play, skills development, and good sportsmanship in a safe and nurturing environment. The best interests of the children may not be compromised for the interests of a parent, fan and/or coach.

 

Register now for the 2019 Little League Season!

Registration for all ages closes on
February 1, 2019

 

Player Registration

Registration for the 2019 Little League Season is open until Friday, February 1, 2019.  Space will be limited due to field and volunteer resources, so please don't wait.  Payment is required at the time of registration.  For additional details, please visit the little league main page and navigate to the registration page or Click Here.


Volunteers and FAQ

Please also consider completing a volunteer application if you would like to coach, umpire, or assist the Board in anyway. We are always in need of additional assistance and completion of these items early helps us ensure the season runs smoothly.  You will also find information regarding the league in the FAQ section on the main page.  New this season is a planned boys Intermediate division for boys play age 13.  

 

Player Tryouts and Clinics 

Save the date -  Tryouts for Boys Majors/Intermediate/Juniors and Girls Minors/Majors/Juniors on March 9-10.  Times to be determined.

CBSL will also be hosting several early spring clinics in early March.  Additional registration info will be posted to the website in the coming weeks.  

 

 


by posted 01/13/2019
WINTER INSTRUCTIONAL CLINICS

 

CALEDONIA  LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL/SOFTBALL WINTER INSTRUCTIONAL CLINICS- 2019


Jeff Pettinga - former head baseball coach at Calvin College will be leading these clinics. It is a great opportunity to learn new skills and refresh your current ones. 

On March 16 and 23, 2019 there will be softball and baseball clinics and on March 23 only there will be a baseball/softball  clinic on CATCHING. 

Each clinic session is $15.00 per day and time period. Each player is responsible for bringing a glove and bat (if you have one- some bats are available to use).  All other equipment will be provided. The clinics will be held at the Caledonia Christian Reformed Church (corner of 100th and the East Beltline. Please use south entrance.  Indoor shoes are required. Please arrive 10 minutes before your scheduled time.  

 

Click here to register for these sessions

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Jef


by brian maurer posted 12/30/2018
2018 Bat Rules & Other FAQs

Important Notice

Little League International has updated its bat rules & requirements for the 2018 season.  As a member organization, CBSL is required to comply with these rules for all play ages and divisions.  Therefore, before purchasing a new bat, please carefully read the rules linked below as players will not be allowed to use a non-conforming bat in any games or practices.
 

2018 Little League Bat Rules 

 

Other Frequently Asked Questions

For common questions regarding player registration, volunteering, sponsorship opportunities, schedules, etc. please visit our updated FAQ Section


by posted 06/10/2015
Weather Policy

Caledonia Baseball Softball League (CBSL) Lightning Safety Policy


CBSL will implement and follow these Lightning Avoidance Procedures; these guidelines are
in accordance with current NOAA policies and will be updated to include the most current
thinking and technologies.

The President of CBSL will see to it that all Board Members, Coaches, and Umpires are
trained in CBSL’s Lightning Avoidance Policy. The President may appoint a designee to
handle this function.

CBSL will adhere to the following two Avoidance Procedures:


1. When Thunder Roars (or Rumbles), Go Indoors!
2. When the SPARKY function of WeatherBug indicates Lightning within 10 miles.

When either criteria is met, ALL field activity WILL BE SUSPENDED for 30 minutes after the
last audible Thunder or when SPARKY indicates the current Lightning Strikes are greater
than 10 miles away.

Visually sighting Lightning is not a criteria but should sharpen awareness. Under certain
conditions, Lightning can be seen over 50 miles away and does not pose immediate danger.

The individuals responsible for postponement due to Lightning are as follows:


1. The President
2. A Board Member
3. Umpire
4. Coach

The President will attempt to schedule a Board Member as the Daily Field Director. This
Director will be responsible for calling a postponement. However due to CBSL utilizing
several field locations, the lack of personnel, unexpected weather conditions, etc., a Field
Director may not be available. The Coaches and Umpires are also authorized to order a
postponement.

The Coaches and Umpires will receive Annual Training in CBSLs Lightning Avoidance
Procedures.

If a postponement is necessary, seek adequate shelter immediately. Adequate shelter is a
building with plumbing and wiring such as a school, church, restaurant, or home. An
automobile is also acceptable and in most cases the only option at a ball field.
Picnic pavilions, dugouts, under trees, are NOT places of refuge.

Coaches will be responsible for making sure the players and umpires have adequate shelter.
If the game can not be resumed, the Coaches will make sure the players are returned to
their parents or offer other arrangements.

A game will not be allowed to resume if it is too dark to safely play. If the field is under
water, play may have to be cancelled. The Field Director is the preferred individual to make
this decision but the Umpires are also trained with regard to safe play conditions. It is
preferable NOT to have the Coaches make this decision as they are emotionally attached to
the game.

Under the RARE instance where someone is struck by Lightning, apply the following:


1. Call 911
2. The victim is NOT electrically charged and can be touched.
3. Often the heart’s rhythm is stopped due to the electrical charge. CPR or an AED will
often times get the otherwise undamaged heart beating again.
4. If possible, move the victim to a safer location———Lightning CAN strike twice.

A Tornado or Severe Thunderstorm WATCH do not automatically dictate a cancellation. However such conditions will bring a heightened awareness to the weather situation.
The President, or appointee, will use all available resources such as local forecasts, radar,
WeatherBug, etc., to decide if Play should be cancelled. If it is deemed safe to play as
scheduled, additional Field Directors will be called and placed into service.


Under NO circumstances will play commence or proceed if a Tornado or Severe
Thunderstorm WARNING is issued for CBSL’s Fields.

When Thunderstorms threaten, Coaches and CBSL Officials must not let the desire to start
or complete a baseball game hinder their judgment when the safety of players and
spectators is in jeopardy!

Lightning Safety is an Inconvenience that can save YOUR Life!
Feb/2015


by posted 04/30/2014
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