Majors Division Tryouts – Sunday February 3, 2013
Here is what you need to know:
- Tryouts for the Majors Divsions will take place on Super Bowl Sunday, 2/3/13, at the P3 Baseball Complex within Pier 40 (Time slots run from 8am to 2pm, but you must sign your player up for ONLY ONE 45 minute slot). Upper Division Tryout Dates will be posted soon.
- Each player is required to go to the link below and sign up for a 45 minute tryout time slot. Please make sure to pick a time slot for your player that matches his/her age and note there are specific times listed for those players who are trying out to pitch and/or catch in addition to playing other positions.
- All players must tryout as this allows the league to effectively draft both divisions
- Please note, tryout times are optimized for the divisions. Early time slots are intended for players trying out for Majors B (8-12 year olds), the later slots are for Majors A (the more advanced division, 10-12 year olds only)
- Players who intend to pitch and/or catch must attend a session for pitchers & catchers (these slots run between 9:30am and 12:30pm).
This is how to proceed:
- Visit this site to register
- Pick a time slot you wish for your child to attend (again, earlier slots for Majors B, later for Majors A)
- Confirm if this time slot meets your child’s age & requirements (ie: returning Minors player, etc)
- Confirm if this time slot includes pitching and catching if your child wishes to pitch or catch
- Make sure you put your child’s name in the registration field under the section called “Attendee Ticket #”
- Lastly, PLEASE ONLY SELECT ONE TIME SLOT PER CHILD
Frequently Asked Questions:
- What to bring? Comfortable work out clothes, glove and bat (if player desires). Players should also dress in layers as it may be cold inside the facility
- What if my child is away? There is a makeup date scheduled for 2/5. You can sign up for this makeup date on the registration form
- What if I haven’t registered? You can still register for the upcoming season at: gvll2013.eventbrite.com.
- What if I don’t know what division my child should play? Generally first year players have a better experience in the Majors B division. If you are unsure, tryout during an earlier time slot.
- Any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org