Lunada Bay Little League - along with associated Little Leagues around the PV Peninsula have been closely following developments related to COVID-19. As PVPUSD is weighing precautions to limit the transmission of Novel Coronavirus, it has moved to immediately restrict many activities at their various sites -- including LBLL and other local Little League parks. We support the judgment of PVPUSD overseeing the schools that the majority of our players attend, and we think it wise to err on the side of caution when the health of our players, their families, and our community is potentially at issue.
We are, therefore, immediately suspending all official league activities until further notice. That includes all practices, games, cages, clinics, etc...
We have also been in communication with PVLL, RHLL and SSLL with whom we play many of our games -- and all the Hill leagues are suspended and we are continuing to work together on these matters. Though we have not officially made any decisions on when we will return or even re-evaluate, it is worth noting that Little League International is urging all leagues to consider cancelling all activities until at least April 6th.
If you should have any questions or concerns regarding this suspension, please do not hesitate to reach out.
Stay tuned and we will do our best to keep you updated on when baseball by the Bay will return to action as soon as info becomes available. In the meantime, keep safe and stay healthy!
Something was spreading from person to person at a rapid rate down at the LBLL park this past Saturday... JOY!!! The source of the outbreak was a quartet of Farm Division teams that took over LBLL Park and brought smiles to the weekend crowd with their impressive enthusiasm, skill and sportsmanship.
With the upper division teams in high gear, its easy to forget where they all started - and sometimes even harder to imagine that the youngsters in Tee-ball and Farm will be throwing heat and launching bombs before you know it. Lunada Bay Little League goes quick; it will happen in the blink of an eye, so we are issuing you an advisory: SOAK IT UP WHILE YOU CAN!
To help you do this, we have made sure this season will feature more lower division games than ever at the main LBLL fields, so check the schedule, grab a friend, nab some nom-noms at the shack, and take a seat in the bleachers to catch a glimpse of these future stars.
Last weekend’s 4pm game between the Caballeros and Jefes was played with great competitive spirit, a high level of sportsmanship, and unfiltered joy. The weather was a bit cool, but the bats were HOT. Both teams were able to use the pitching machine to its fullest potential with several players on both teams hitting the cover off the ball. The fielding was equally impressive as both teams showed off their ever improving skills – fielding ground balls, catching short hops to first base, and tagging out runners. After just 3 games, the kid’s ability level has improved considerably and was noticeable by the throngs of supporters who filled the stands at the minor field.
There are no games scheduled for this upcoming weekend; however, the kids will continue to work on their skills with the LBLL Farm Skills Clinic. Kids will be running drills for specific skills - Fly balls, hitting, ground balls and base running. The teams will be split into four groups which will rotate through four stations. The goal of the clinic is to provide some basic fundamentals that the kids can work on throughout the season to better their skills. The clinic will take place on the LBLL minor field at 10:30 am and last approximately 1 1/2 hours.