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Is volunteering in the concession stand mandatory? YES!
LNAL is a 100% volunteer-led organization. Thanks to the dedication of our volunteers, we can provide the best possible baseball experience for your children. In addition to our coaches and board meembers, we count on parent volunteers to keep the leaue running. One area where your support is crucial is our concession stand at Mason Field. It is mandatory that each team from the 6/7 division and up (T-ball is encouraged as well) volunteer in the concession stand at a minimum of 1 time per tseason. Dates will be assigned to teams at the beginning of the season and parents can sign up for shifts via our website. You will be in the concession stand with other parents and/or board members and you will be given instruction on what to do. Most parents enjoy the kid-free time to socialize with other baseball parents!
Why are we moving to pitch count instead of innings?
LNAL has always placed safety as a top priority, and is continually striving to provide children with healthy and safe baseball opportunities. As we continue to work to make baseball a safe, fun sport for all children, LNAL is proudly supporting the efforts of Major League Baseball and USA Baseball through the Pitch Smart campaign.
After several years of research, USA Baseball launched its pitch count program. With limits set for different amounts of pitches for different age groups, USA Baseball has been diligent in protecting young arms since establishing strict pitching rules. With many baseball players participating in several youth baseball programs, it is important for parents and coaches to use the Pitch Smart campaign and the pitch count program to ensure young pitching arms stay safe.
What is the Challenger Program?
This is a FREE program open to children ages 8-18 with developmental delays. It is run by volunteers, adults and LNAL players, and teaches the fundamentals of baseball while having a lot of fun. Children from North Attleboro and all neighboring towns are welcome to participate! See HERE for more information.
What seasons can I register for?
We offer three seasons of baseball: Spring, Summer and Fall. Spring registration opens in early January, Summer in mid-May, and Fall in mid-August.
When does the Spring season start and end?
The Spring season typically starts with practices the 1st week of April with games starting mid-month depending on weather and field conditions. The regular season usually ends the beginning of June.
How are teams formed?
T-Ball, 6/7’s and 7/8’s are picked at random. The 9’s division and older select teams in a draft by managers. See our bylaws for additional information.
When will I hear what team my child is on and what the schedule will be?
Coaches will reach out to their teams about 1-2 weeks before the season starts with schedule, unfiorm, and roster information.
How often do teams practice?
See DIVISION INFORMATION for more details
When is LNAL Day?
Generally the last weekend in April or first weekend in May we have LNAL Day - a fun-filled day of free family friendly activities! A parade, skills competitions, food vendors, face painting, dunk tank and more! It's our favorite day of the year!
Is there a multi-child discount?
2nd child is $10 off
3rd child is $50 off
4th child and above is $100 off
Discount will automatically be calculated at checkout.
Are there tryouts?
Some divisions do have tryouts. See DIVISION INFORMATION for more details.
What are the playing rules for my child’s division?
See PLAYING RULES for more details
How will I know if my game/practice is rained out/rescheduled?
You will receive an email, text, or notification on the SI Play app (depending on preference selected at time of registration) notifying you if a practice or game is rained out/rescheduled.
What does my child need in order to play?
All players are provided with a uniform shirt and hat. Baseball glove is mandatory and cleats are recommended. Bats and helmets are available to use or you can purchase your own. *Mandatory NEW bat rules are in effect. Please see HERE for more info.*
How do I sign up to sponsor a team?
See our SPONSOR PAGE for more details
What options do you have for summer baseball?
LNAL offers three summer ball programs.:
BARNSTORMER: Any player age 8+ is eligible for the summer barnstormer league. Games are played against neighboring towns.
ALL STARS: Players age 9+ are eligible to be selected for a summer All-Star team. Players are selected and announced at the end of the regular season. Please see our bylaws for additional information on the selection process.
8's TOURNAMENT TEAM: Contact 8's division director for more information.
What is the RedHawks team?
The RedHawks are the AAU travel team affiliated with Big Red Baseball. Players age 9+ are eligible to tryout (tryouts typically held in August). See the REDHAWKS page for more information.
Who do I contact if I have questions?
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
How do I sign up to be a Team Manager or Assistant Coach?
To be considered for a Team Manager or Assistant Coach position you must register as a volunteer. All coaches will be CORI'd. Please note the difference between the positions:
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