MLL Summer Baseball Camp at Paine Field Community Park
Posted May 3, 2018

MLL Announces The Summer Sandlot Games Camp
July 23-26 at Paine Field Community Park
(Additional camps are available throughout the summer; the MLL promo code is good for all camps.)


Baseball Positive is back to run a fast paced, informative, and FUN Baseball Camp for the kids from Mukilteo Little League. Give your child the opportunity to have fun PLAYING baseball at camp this summer! The Games Camp focuses most of camp time on PLAYING GAMES. Woven into the Game format is teaching the fundamental skills of the game: the batting swing, throwing, catching, fielding and baserunning skills.

Camp content is consistent with, and expands upon, what is taught in the coach and player training programs Baseball Positive runs with Mukilteo Little League. All instructors are expertly trained members of the Baseball Positive coaching staff.

This camp is unlike any other offered in the area, The Sandlot Games Camp gives kids the training left out of traditional camps. Players are taught ‘How to Play the Game’ in addition to the fundamental skills of the game.
…..The kids learn through their PLAY!

Three age groups: 6-7, 8-9 and 10-12.

Space is Limited - Sign up Today!
$107, ages 6-7 (9:45am-11:45am)
$147, ages 8-12 (9:00am-12:00pm)

Click here to register: REGISTRATION    (Use MLL promo code BP18AE when signing-up)

Additional camps are available throughout the summer; the MLL promo code is good for all camps.  Click here for more information:  www.baseballpositive.com


TESTIMONIALS
My son got more individual instruction and takeaways from Baseball Positive than he did at some of the more "glitzy" camps he has attended.
- Geoff, Coach/Parent

I have worked in athletics and recreation for over 12 years and this was the most comprehensive coaching I have ever seen.
- Courtney, City of Seattle Recreation Supervisor, Parent, Coach

What my son really loves about the Baseball Positive camp experience is the pace of play…His favorite camp of the year.
- Mike, Parent

 

 
Resources for Mukilteo Little League Players

The Little League Pledge

I trust in God
I love my country
And will respect its laws
I will play fair
And strive to win
But win or lose
I will always do my best

The Little League Pledge was written by Peter J. McGovern, the late president of Little League Baseball, in 1954. It made its first appearance in the February 1955 "Little Leaguer" magazine. Its text has remained unchanged in the half-century since then.

The Little League Pledge was drafted after Mr. McGovern became aware that local Little League programs were reciting the U.S. Pledge of Allegiance before games. Mr. McGovern wanted to give all leagues (not just those in the United States) a pledge reflecting some of the sentiments of the Pledge of Allegiance, minus the references to the U.S., while adding the elements of sportsmanship and the desire to excel.

The text of the Little League Pledge was sent to U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower on Feb. 22, 1955. President Eisenhower (and every president since then) was a strong supporter of Little League.

In a response by letter to Mr. McGovern a few days later, President Eisenhower said: "Thank you for…sending me the inspiring and fine pledge that, I understand, will now be repeated at the start of the Little League Baseball games. I am always glad to hear the plans and activities of Little League."

Today, local Little League programs sometimes choose to recite the Little League Pledge at the start of the season, and some recite it before every game. It is printed on the backs of the Little League rule books. Some local leagues also choose to play or sing the National Anthem of the country in which the game is played. Others may add a prayer to ceremonies.

Whether to recite the Little League Pledge, play or sing the National Anthem, or say a prayer, is entirely up to the local league's board of directors. While many local leagues and districts include a recitation of the Little League Pledge in ceremonies, it is not, and has never been, required to be recited by any person involved with Little League Baseball or Softball.

From www.LittleLeague.org