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Foal (Ages 3-4) Spring 2024  Baseball

Season:
Spring 2024
Starts:
Feb 24 ’24 TENTATIVE
Ends:
May 18 ’24
Registration Dates:
Nov 1 ’23 – Dec 1 ’23 early bird
Dec 2 ’23 – Jan 14 ’24 regular
Jan 15 ’24 – Feb 24 ’24 late
Minimum age:
3 years old
Maximum age:
4 years old
Age as of:
May 1 ’24
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Rec Ball

Team Fees
Early Bird $0.00 per player + $75.00 Snack Bar Fee
Regular $180.00 per player + $75.00 Snack Bar Fee
Late $0.00 per player + $75.00 Snack Bar Fee
Individual Fees
Early Bird $155.00 + $75.00 Snack Bar Fee
Regular $180.00 + $75.00 Snack Bar Fee
Late $200.00 + $75.00 Snack Bar Fee

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FOAL 4U
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FOAL LEAGUE 4U is an instructional league to teach three and four-year-old players the fundamentals of baseball and softball by the simplest method possible - letting them play the game. If this purpose is kept paramount, FOAL 4U LEAGUE can be a valuable addition to the more formally organized leagues for older players. Emphasis must be on instruction, not on the league championship.

FOAL 4U LEAGUE coaches are allowed on the field to offer instruction during the game. The rules require that players be given the opportunity to try different positions and that all of them get to play in every game.

Players in this age range have a short attention span in any single activity and games must move rapidly. Only the basic fundamentals of the game should be brought out. It is not uncommon for players of this age, initially, to be unfamiliar with which is first base, which is third base, and which field is left and which is right. Lack of knowledge indicates merely that the player has not yet been introduced to the game and has no relationship to the player's potential athletic ability.

FOAL 4U LEAGUE
was introduced this year and provides an excellent opportunity to teach basic catching, throwing, batting and fielding, and a love of the game of baseball without making the experience a course of intensified instruction. The best approach is to let the teams play with little thought to victory or defeat, but merely for the joy of participation while, at the same time, learning the fundamentals of teamwork, group discipline, and sportsmanship.

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