Player Assessments

In special circumstances, player assessments can be conducted to determine if a player should move up a division. Player assessments are conducted by at least two members of our Board of Directors and the assessment form is based on our Guiding Principles.

Players assessments are typically conducted if there is a safety concern to other players because the player in question is believed to be too advanced for the division that they are in.

To begin the assessment process, parents must email their current Division Coordinator with the child's name, previous baseball experience and reason for request. Assessments will only be available for players who are league age 8 and older. This aligns with the Baseball Canada Long Term Athlete Development program and the USA Baseball Long Term Athlete Development Plan.

Player Development Program RFP Press Release




The program will ensure all players and coaches in Coquitlam Little League are given more opportunities for on field development throughout the year.

COQUITLAM, B.C. (December 22, 2018) - Coquitlam Little League (CLL) has released a Request For Proposals (RFP) for a complete player development program that includes in season player and coach training with all teams as well as specialized instruction in the offseason. The Player Development Program is part of CLL's commitment to player experience on and off the field.

'Coquitlam Little League strives to be the best community baseball organization in Canada', said Sandon Fraser, President of CLL. 'This new Player Development Program will strengthen our priority of player development and aligns with our six guiding principles that focus on player and family experience'.

The successful proponent will work with the CLL Board of Directors, Coordinators and Coaches to further develop the skills of registered players. Full RFP and other information including timeline and submission details are available at


About CLL: Coquitlam Little League was founded in 1955. Since then, CLL has offered competitive and community baseball for children and youth in Coquitlam, Burnaby, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody and Maple Ridge. Coquitlam has a long tradition of success and player development while staying true to Little League roots.


Sandon Fraser, President

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