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2019 CLL Intermediate All-stars

2019 BC PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONS!!!

Roster:
Koji Cortez
Luc Dang
Jacob Hageman
Markus Jack
Ryder Kent
Iain Mackinder
Liam MacLean
Jack Myers
Sarah Pengelly
Jeremy Robson
Nolan Robinson
Liam Sampson
Ryan Stewart
Jacob Tanaka

Coaching Staff:
Manager - Will Russell
Coach - Josh Carswell
Coach - Brad Robinson

 
2019 Intermediate All-Star Calendar
*Calendar is subject to change without notice
 
2019 Intermediate All Stars

The 2019 Coquitlam Intermediate All Star Team will be the only Intermediate League team in B.C. in which all of their players are from the same local Little League. They will be competing against District All Star Teams from around the Province with the hopes of moving on to the Canadian National Championship and potentially earning the honour of representing Canada at the Intermediate League World Series.

The 2019 Intermediate All-Star team will be made up of Coquitlam Little Leaguers who played in either the Junior House Division or with the Blue Mountain TimberJack Club Program. In order to play in the intermediate division, all players must be league aged 13. This means to be eligible to play for this team, the players will have a birth date that lands between September 2005 and August 2006.

Commitment to Post Season:

If you are considering trying out for this team, please note there is a high commitment level required from our player and parents. The team will be on the field a minimum of 4-5 times a week starting June 17th and potentially running through the end of the World Seris on August 4th, 2019. Travel will be required to Vancouver Island for Provincials in early July.

It is understood that the post season is also during summer holiday season so please keep in mind the following commitments

  • Players are expected to participate in all practices, some exceptions may be made
  • Players are expected to play in all games, some exceptions may be made
  • Players are expected to be at all tournaments, if a player can't make one of the tournaments or certain dates then please communicate this with the Manager as soon as possible


Scheduled Events:
Provincials: July 6th -9th, Central Saanich, B.C. - Provincial Tournament Package

Game 1 - 8-4 Loss to D6 All-Stars
Game 2 - 17-0 Win over D7 All-Stars
Final - 16-1 Win over D6 All-Stars

Nationals: July 18th - 25th, Langley, B.C. - Tournament Website

Game 1 - 5-2 Loss to East Nepean Eagles (Ontario)
Game 2 - 20-0 (4 innings) Win over New Brunswick Expos (Atlantic)
Game 3 - 3-0 Win over Lethbridge Bisons (Alberta)
Game 4 - 7-4 Win vs. Fraser Valley (Host)
Game 5 - July 22nd at 3PM vs. North Regina North Stars (Prairies)


World Series: July 28th - Aug 4th, Livermore, CA

 
About the Intermediate Little League Division

The Intermediate Division was introduced by Little League in 2013 for players league aged 11-13 with post-season opportunities including a World Series. This division offers a transition for players between the standard Little League sized field and the Junior/Senior League sized field by playing with dimensions of 50 foot pitching and 70 foot base paths. 

Regular season players in the Little League Intermediate 50/70 Baseball Division have the opportunity to dual roster, meaning he/she can play in the Little League Major Baseball Division during the same season. Achieving tournament eligibility is possible in either division, but a player must choose one division of play to participate in during the tournament season.

The rules for the Intermediate Division are the same as the Junior League rules that we play with all year. Players are allowed lead-offs and are free to steal at any time. One on-deck batter will be permitted as well.

Mandatory Play rules are as follows:
13+ Players: Every rostered player must have at least One (1) At Bat during the game.
12 or Less Players: Every rostered player must play Six (6) consecutive outs on defense and have One (1) At Bat during the game.

Intermediate League Pitching Rules:

1 to 20 Pitches in a Day - No Rest Required
21 to 35 Pitches in a Day – 1 Calendar Days Rest Needed
36 to 50 Pitches in a Day – 2 Calendar Days Rest Needed
51 to 65 Pitches in a Day – 3 Calendar Days Rest Needed
66 to 95 Pitches in a Day – 4 Calendar Day Rest Needed

Exception: If a pitcher reaches a day(s) of rest threshold while facing a batter, the pitcher may continue to pitch until any one of the following conditions occurs: (1) that batter reaches base; (2) that batter is retired; or (3) the third out is made to complete the half-inning or the game. The pitcher will only be required to observe the calendar day(s) of rest for the threshold he/she reached during that at-bat, provided that pitcher is removed or the game is completed before delivering a pitch to another batter.”

NOTE: If a pitcher reaches 30 pitches while facing a batter in the first game, the pitcher may continue to pitch, and maintain their eligibility to pitch in the second game on that day, until any one of the following conditions occurs: (1) that batter reaches base; (2) that batter is retired; or (3) the third out is made to complete the half-inning or the game. The pitcher would be allowed to pitch in a second game provided that pitcher is moved, removed, or the game is completed before delivering a pitch to another batter. If a player delivers 31 or more pitches in the first game, and is not covered under the threshold exception, the player may not pitch in the second game that day)

 

 

 
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