Crystal Super Camp II put on Concordia University St. Paul Baseball Coaches and select players
July 16th, 17th and 18th
Rain date-July 19th
Crystal Little League Fields
Session I: Ages 7-9: 9am-Noon
Session II: Ages 10-12: 1pm-4pm
Payment plan available (3 payments of $25, $20 and $20)
Fielding Focus: Footwork, hands, first step reactions, defensive situations and proper positioning.
Hitting Focus: Stance, Separation & Balance (Load), Bat Path, and Finish. Mental Aspect of Hitting, and using lower half.
Pitching and Throwing Focus: Balance, Footwork, Direction, Hands and Legs separation, Proper Timing, Explosive Drive, and Proper Finish.
Crystal American Little League is not responsible for any injuries that may occur during camp.
Greetings to the Crystal Little League Families and Friends,
The 2018 season is finally underway. This means that the 2018 Burger Bash has come and went. And it was a very successful event. I would like to thank all of those volunteers that helped make this event so successful, and to all players and families that helped spread the word about the Crystal Little League 2018 Burger Bash. I would also like to thank Big Louie’s for their continued generosity, Amsted’s Super Valu, Pan O Gold, Serenity Village, HyVee, Papa Hawk’s, the City of Crystal and the Crystal Community Center. A special thanks to Light of Crystal for donating and distributing Crystal Little League window decals to the families of Crystal Little League.
Opening Day 2018 was also a big success. My first thank you for Opening Day goes out to Mother Nature for giving us a great day for baseball. Thank You to Bill at Picture Day Pro for coming out and taking aerial photos and to West Metro Fire and Rescue for providing the aerial truck. A special thanks to the Jeff Cullen family as Crystal Little League and the Cullen family continue to honor the memory of Scott Cullen with the annual Scott A Cullen Memorial Award presented to members of the 12 year old class each year. This year’s winners were Ben Christiansen and Jacob Durand.
One last item I would like to address with all parents, family members and guardians. As a coach, it is very frustrating when players arrive late (or not at all) without any communication. Our players are young enough still that the responsibility to get them where they need to be lies on you. Part of being a baseball player is being on time, on the field ready to go at the time designated by the coach. That doesn’t mean you arrive at the park at that time. That means you are beginning your warm ups at that time. As a President, I am asking you to respect the coach and the schedule that they have presented to you. They put a lot of time and effort in planning practices and position rotations for games. Players that arrive late, or not at all, without prior notification, make a coach’s job much more difficult.
Remember, our coaches are all volunteers. The least you can do as a parent/chauffeur is to get your players to their events in a timely manner.
Thank you for your understanding! Have a great season!