Crystal Lake Little League Baseball was formed in 2011 as a result of the merger of Continental
Little League and Crystal Lake American Little League. Crystal Lake Little League Baseball is
the only organization in Crystal Lake chartered by Little League International, and eligible to
compete in the Little League World Series.
The objective of Crystal Lake Little League Baseball is to instill in the children of the community
the ideals of good sportsmanship, honesty, loyalty, courage and respect. By advocating these virtues
the Crystal Lake Little League Baseball program is designed to develop well adjusted, stronger and
happier children that will grow to be superior citizens.
June 15: Annual CLLLB Family Night
CLLLB Annual Family Night will be held at Lippold Park again this year. We will start
at 4:30 with the Championship Game for the 50/70 Intermediate Tournament. The raffle will
follow at 7pm. Raffle tickets have been given to team managers who will distribute to their
players' families. You can turn in the tickets at the concession stands at Lippold or Central,
or bring them with to Family Night. We will conclude the evening with an outdoor viewing of
Disney's "The Rookie". "The Rookie" is a 2002 sports drama based on the true story of Jim
Morris, who had a brief, but famous Major League Baseball career in 1999-2000. Come early
and stay for the whole evening! The Culvers concession stand will be fully staffed and ready
to serve dinner, drinks, snacks, and ice cream all evening. Bring the entire family for a
All-Star Team Info
As our season heads into the final strech, the all-star tournaments are beginning to
come into focus. This year we will be fielding 5 all-star teams.
ODB/NFL Flag Football is opening their registration for this season. If you are interested in
registering your child for football, we
would encourage you to investigate ODB/NFL Flag Football.
More information in this Brochure
Updated Baseball Bat Information for 2013
Fall Ball Registration Opening Soon
Please check back for more information.
The Challenger Division offers boys and girls with physical
and/or mental challenges, ages 4 to 18, the opportunity to participate
in an organized game of baseball. The fundamental goal of
the division is to give everyone a chance to play.