The White Sox are hosting a summer camp at Sedgwick Park in La Grange from July 6 - July 9! The camp will run from 1:00pm until 4:00pm for kids ages 7 through 12 at every ability level. All campers will work on throwing, hitting, fielding, and base-running, but more importantly, they will be taught how to love the game of baseball. Instructors will supervise campers based off age and experience, and cater each experience to meet your child’s needs. Please visit the following link to register today! https://apm.activecommunities.com/whitesox/Activity_Search?detailskeyword=Summer+Camp+LaGrange&IsAdvanced=True&ddlSortBy=Simple+Date&DaysOfWeek=0000000&SearchFor=2&SearchLevelID=2&NumberOfItemsPerPage=20&IsSearch=true
Each camper will receive a White Sox hat and numerous other White Sox items. Each camper needs to bring his/her own glove and bat (no sharing will be allowed) as well as water bottle. Campers will be placed in groups of eight (8) kids per coach or less, six (6) feet apart, and each group will be approximately 30 feet apart from other groups.
For additional camp locations and other programs check out http://whitesox.com/play
Registration will go from 12/1-1/15. There will be late registration available from 1/16-1/31 with a $25 fee applied. After 1/31 we will move to a waitlist for some divisions and the $25 late fee will still apply.
Spring ball will start the last week in April and run until the Tournament of Champions on June 20th. Each team will play approximately 16 games plus practices.
For info about each division and age group, please go to the About LGP page. https://www.lgplittleleague.com/aboutlgpll
Thank you to all who attended the first Rookies division winter clinic on Friday, January 24. Our development team and the White Sox Academy trainers focused on hitting and catching/throwing fundamentals. We look forward to working with players in the Minors division at the next clinic on Friday, January 31.
VP of Player and Coach Development
The La Grange Park little league development team would like to thank everyone that participated in the pitching clinic on Sunday 10/20.
Minor league pitcher Will Kincanon of the White Sox farm system (and RB alum!) didn’t disappoint and taught 60 kids (30 from both the minors and majors division) mechanics and had one on one time with each participant.
Special thanks to Geoff Nordmeyer, Mitch Karam, Mike Durkin, and Shane Conneely for helping with the stations at the clinic.
We look forward to future events like the focusing on player development.
VP Player and Coach development
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