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Registration Open: Parkway Little League 2013 Spring Season

All players in all divisions may now register for the 2013 Spring Season.

Registration Open: Parkway Little League 2013 Spring Season

 

Registration is now open for Parkway Little League for the 2013 Spring Season.

To registed online go here:  www.parkwaylittleleague.org 

Major League Tryouts: If your child is between the ages of 10-12 and would like to try out for the Major League Division, you MUST register online before Friday, Sept. 14, 2012. NO REGISTRATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED IN PERSON.

Nine-year-olds will not be permitted to participate in the Major League division at this time.

New players must also register online and mail in proof of birth (a birth certificate) and three proofs of address to: Parkway LittleLeague, P.O. Box 320152, West Roxbury, MA 02132

Price is as follows: If your oldest child is in the Major or Minor Division (9-12) you pay $180 for your first player. If your oldest child is in the Instructional or T-Ball Divisions (5-8), you pay $150 for your first player, second child is $75, regardless of division, third child is $75 regardless of division. Fourth child on is free.

You must pay the full registration price for your oldest child when registering.

Major League tryouts will be held on September 22 and 23 at the Baker Street Complex between 9 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.

Details about what time you need to be there will follow. Your player MUST attend tryouts to be considered for the majors. If he/she is injured and cannot try out, you MUST come to the tryout with a letter from your doctor.

Please note that if your child is drafted into the Major League Division, Little League International rule states that Major Players must play two innings and have one at bat.

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