Closing Ceremonies Date Change: Now Saturday, June 1
Tri Cities June 5-17
All Stars June 29 – August ?
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Bob Smith Toyota
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Softball Girls Minors
Welcome to Crescenta Valley Little League
Closing Ceremonies and All-Star Games
The date for Closing Ceremonies has changed. The new date is Saturday, June 1 @ 6 pm. Prior to Closing Ceremonies will be two Divisional All-Star games.
Minor's and TBall All-Star Times and Dates:
The second of three Minor's All-Star games will be Saturday, June 1 at 12:30 pm. The first Minor's All- Star game will be Friday, May 31. Game time @ 6 pm. The third and final game will be Sunday, June 2. Game time @ 3 pm.
The TBall All-Star game will immediately follow the Minor's All-Star game on Saturday, June 1. Game time @ 3 pm.
The baseball schedules for Junior's, Major's, Minor's, TBall and Training League can be found under the "Baseball" and "Schedule" tabs above.
All softball schedules can be found under the "Softball" and "Schedule" tabs above.
National Volunteer Week
April 22, 2013
Dear Little League Volunteers,
In recognition of National Volunteer Week, we celebrate the opportunity and reflect on the influence that Little League volunteers have had on generations of children throughout the world.
Little League volunteers understand that "no task is too small," and relate to the mantra - "We do what has to be done in support of the children" - regardless of the size and location of their neighborhood.
Since Little League's founding nearly 75 years ago, volunteers have been the heart of our organization. Through the dedication, time and talents of Little League volunteers, millions of children learn about life and sport.
Whether a rural community or a big city, remarkable stories of volunteerism surround us, and each story is unique. We appreciate young volunteers, and those who have given years of their lives to Little League. With more than one million volunteers, we know there are more to come.
In this month of April, the traditional start of the baseball and softball season, I simply wanted to express my personal thanks to each and every one of you - those just starting out as volunteers in Little League, and those who have devoted decades to providing a safe, fun and healthy outlet for children around the world.
As we look forward to next season's celebration of Little League's 75th Anniversary, please accept my best wishes for a great season in 2013!
Thanks to all the players, families and friends that made opening ceremonies the best ever! A special thanks goes out to the CVHS ROTC Honor Guard for the flag presentation, Carter Walch for playing the National Anthem on his trumpet and to Meredith Cervenka for throwing out the first pitch.
The entire event was a great way to start the season.
Additional photos can be found under the Photo Gallery tab.
Little League Parent/Volunteer Pledge
I will teach all children to play fair and do their best. I will positively support all managers, coaches and players. I will respect the decisions of the umpire. I will praise a good effort despite the outcome of the game.
View The 2012 CVLL Digital Yearbook
The 2012 Crescenta Valley Yearbook is now out and captures the fun and excitement of the 2012 Spring season. Click on the link to view the CVLL 2012 Yearbook and share it with family and friends who were unable to view the printed version which was handed out at Closing Ceremonies in June.
All Fields Are Open (5/19 8:30 am).
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2013 LL Updated Bat Rules
Little League International has assembled an online resource page dedicated to baseball bat information. Click below to find the latest bat information, including the current Little League Baseball rules and regulations governing bats, definition of terms, the moratorium on the use of composite bats, and a series of frequently asked questions, with answers and licensed bat lists.
Crescenta Valley Little League (CVLL) is an all-volunteer, non-profit, organization sanctioned by Little League International for the purpose of providing baseball and softball playing opportunities for both boys and girls, ages 4-18, residing in the communities of La Crescenta, La Cañada Flintridge, Montrose, and North Glendale.
Carl Stotz founded little League Baseball in 1939 in Williamsport, PA, and as millions of children on six continents and scores of countries can attest; baseball, softball and Little League are synonymous. Little League is a heritage to be carried forward proudly by ever increasing waves of those devoted to teaching children how to play and enjoy these great games.
Our organization was founded in order to instruct young people not only in the fundamentals of baseball and softball, but good sportsmanship, team work and respect as well -- skills that every child will need later in life. CVLL is chartered within California's District 16 , which is a part of Little League's Western Region.