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    Unexpected Passing of Robb Malone

    Greetings RCLL Families,

     

       It is with great sorrow that this message is received today. Yesterday morning, Robbinsdale Crystal Little League Secretary and Majors Head Coach Robb Malone passed away unexpectedly  from COVID-19 complications. Robb was the husband to Relina and father to Teagan, Kenzie, Jamen, Ty and Talia. 

       Robb was involved for many years with the Robbinsdale Little League program before the Robbinsdale and Crystal programs merged this winter. Robb has served on the merged board as Secretary, as well as the Head Coach of the 2021 Major Twins team. Robb was an extremely kind and generous man, and will be missed dearly. Friends and family of Robb Malone are devastated with his loss.

       A Go Fund Me page has been set up for the Malone family. Any support you can give would be much appreciated. To donate to Robb's Go Fund Me page, follow this link:

    Malone Family Go Fund Me

     

    Sincerely,

     

    John Ripka

    President Robbinsdale Crystal Little League

     

    2021 Sandlot Registration is Now Open!

     

    Welcome to 2021 Sandlot Registration with Robbinsdale Crystal Little League.

    Registration fee is $35 and that includes a cool Sandlot T-shirt.  Players will need to supply their own hat, pants, socks and glove.  If you have your own batting helmet and bat, please use those as well but we will have those available for those that need it.

     

    Registration will close Friday July, 23rd.

     

    Games:  Games will be played every Monday and Thursday evening in August starting Aug 2nd and ending August 26th(8 days total).  Times TBD depending on total registration, but will be located at the Crystal A-minor, B-minor, and Major fields next to the Crystal Community Center.

     

     

    Focus: On continued development for next year’s Little League season, and provide the opportunity for those interested in playing baseball for the first time. In the spirit of sandlot baseball this experience is meant to be a low key, fun, relaxed environment.  If there is a friend your child would like to play with make sure you request this during registration.

     

    Volunteers:  This program also needs volunteers to coach or assist the kids during the games.  These volunteers also need to help umpire the games(from behind the pitcher's mound).  Again, these are not serious games but this helps kids experience a real game.  For those interested please fill out the volunteer registration form as your help is needed and appreciated.

     

    There are three divisions:

     

    B-Minor Division: 2021 Little League age 5-7 (based on league age for the 2021 regular season).  This division is like B-Minor in the spring.  This division is machine pitch.

     

    A-Minor Division: 2021 Little League age 8 & 9  (based on league age for the 2021 regular season).  This division is for 8 year olds who played B-Minor during the 2021 regular season and 9 year olds who played A-Minor for the 2021 regular season.  This division is kid pitch.

     

    Major Division: 2021 Little League age 10, 11 and 12 (based on league age for the 2021 regular season).  This is for 10 or 11 year olds who played A-Minor during the 2021 regular season and 11 and 12 year olds that played Majors during the 2021 regular season.  This division is kid pitch. 

     

    12 year olds can play Sandlot baseball.

    If you are not sure of your child's little league age, please click the link below to use the little league age calculator.  This will take you to another website, but you should be able to return to your registration using the back button.

    http://www.littleleague.org/leagueofficers/determine_league_age/league_age_calculator.htm

     

     



    Cost: $35 per player (includes Sandlot T-shirt) players must supply their own pants, socks and hat. 

    No volunteer hours required!

    COVID-19 Contact Tracing

    Please complete the COVID-19 Contact Tracing form below BEFORE EVERY PRACTICE AND GAME (HOME OR AWAY) - Please complete one for each player, coach and parent spectators.  If your player has a spectator other than a parent, please complete one for them, too.

    Covid-19 Contact Tracing

    This link is used to provide COVID-19 contact tracing information.

      Robbinsdale-Crystal Little League is a baseball program for boys and girls ages 5 to 12 that are residents of the Cities of Robbinsdale or Crystal or a student enrolled at a school within the Robbinsdale Area School District.  Field Locations

      A Message From the President - 4/26/21

      Greetings Robbinsdale and Crystal Little League families,

       

         As we approach the opener for another season of baseball, there are a couple of items I would like to address as we move forward. Attention to these topics can help assure we have a great season without any major setbacks or cancellations of games or practices.

         The first is the presence of COVID-19. We take this virus very seriously and we hope that nobody within our organization, including players, coaches, parents or siblings contract the virus. We need everybody to take precautions and help insure that we don’t get a widespread case of the virus. Among the precautions to take:

      • If you don’t feel well, or are experiencing any COVID like symptoms, please stay home
      • Consider getting tested if you feel any of the known COVID symptoms
      • Wear face coverings when not actively participating in a game or practice (masks are to be worn in the dugouts, outside of the fields, and by all spectators)
      • Maintain social distancing when not actively playing (minimum of 6 feet spacing between people)
      • Recommended, but not required, to get tested weekly, even if you feel healthy
      • Comply with all posted requirements at the venue of the event

       

         Also, while we understand that it might be convenient to run errands when your children are attending a baseball practice or game, it is highly discouraged that parents leave the facility or venue during these events. In the unfortunate event that an injury or illness occurs, it is very important for a parent or guardian to be immediately accessible for the injured or ill player. In addition, in the event that inclement weather forces a cancellation of an event in progress, children should have rides available immediately. Also, coaches are volunteering their time, and it is unfair to them if they have to wait for players to be picked up after a game or practice.

       

         Thank you for taking the time to read this message and for practicing safe habits. Hopefully, we can have a season with no positive cases of COVID and no lost games or practices because of it.

       

      Have a great season!

       

      John Ripka

      President Robbinsdale Crystal Little League

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