STEEL LAKE LITTLE LEAGUE ALL-STARS



Manager Selection 10, 11, & 12 year olds: Majors Baseball/Softball All Stars

All managers and coaches will need the approval of the board before assuming their duties as All-Star manager or coach. All managers & coaches from the Majors division may apply to become the manager of the 10/11/12 year old All Stars. Applications of intent are due to the SLLL President by the Monday following the Memorial Day holiday. The Board of Directors shall review all applicants and will make the final selections. The final vote/decision of the Board of Directors will be final and cannot be appealed. Managers shall choose their own coaches from any eligible and Board approved manager or coach from the league.

10, 11, & 12 year olds: Majors Baseball/Softball All Stars

  • All 10, 11, & 12 year olds in the Majors are eligible candidates for the All-Star team if they respond to the player agent's call for eligibility. If a player cannot commit to the entire schedule the Board of Directors shall determine whether the player in question shall be included on the list of eligible players.
  • The current Majors managers shall meet prior to voting for the All-Star team to discuss the players on their teams. This meeting shall be conducted under the direction of the Player Agent and its sole purpose shall be to inform the other managers of the qualifications of the players on his/her team. A ballot shall then be distributed to the managers. Each manager shall vote for up to 10 players that are not on their team.
  • All players from the majors division are eligible to vote to elect players from the majors division to the Majors All Star Team. Prior to the start of the regular season the SLLL Board of Directors will determine the total number of player elected All-Stars, from each team, based on total number of Majors teams. Player Agents will compile a list of all eligible players for the Majors All Star Team. All players in the Majors Division will vote for 2 players that are on their own team. The players with the top number of votes, from each team, will be named to the All Star Team. The Votes will be counted and tabulated based upon the official release date for all-star teams as listed by LL Baseball for the current season.
  • The All-Star team shall consist of the 10 players receiving the most votes when combining the votes of the managers, and the players voted in by the players of the Majors division. The final two to four All-Star team members will be selected by the All-Star Manager from the list of eligible players. Further discussion with the other managers is confidential in order to protect the integrity of the selection process. Results shall remain confidential and the All-Star team shall be announced on the day authorized by Little League Baseball. A breach by a manager of the confidentiality process/discussions may lead to disciplinary action against the manager.
  • All participants of the Steel Lake LL All-Star program are expected to uphold the values of Steel Lake LL at all times. Any participant within the program that does not support these values may be removed from eligibility as determined by the Steel Lake LL Board of Directors. Procedures will be followed based upon disciplinary action guidelines set forth in these local rules.
  • The 10/11/12 year old All-Star team must have a minimum of 12 players.

Manager Selection 8/9/10 and 9/10/11 Year Old All Stars Teams

All managers and coaches will need the approval of the board before assuming their duties as All-Star manager or coach. All managers & coaches from the Majors/3A baseball, and Majors/Minors A softball, divisions may apply to become the manager of the 8/9/10 and 9/10/11 year old All Stars. Applications of intent are due to the SLLL President by the Monday following the Memorial Day holiday. The Board of Directors shall review all applicants and will make the final selections. The final vote/decision of the Board of Directors will be final and cannot be appealed. Managers shall choose their own coaches from any eligible and Board approved manager or coach from the league.

8/9/10 and 9/10/11 Year Old All Stars Teams

  • All 8, 9, 10, & 11 year olds within the Majors/3A baseball, and Majors/Minors A softball, divisions are candidates for the All Star team if they respond to the player agent’s call for eligibility. If a player cannot commit to the entire schedule the Board of Directors shall determine whether the player in question shall be included on the list of eligible players.
  • The current 3A/Majors Baseball and Minors A/Majors Softball managers shall meet prior to voting for the All-Star team to discuss the players on their teams. This meeting shall be conducted under the direction of the Player Agent and its sole purpose shall be to inform the other managers of the qualifications of the players on his/her team. A ballot shall then be distributed to the managers. Each manager shall vote for up to 10 players that are not on their team.
  • All players from 3A/Majors Baseball and Minors A/Majors Softball are eligible to vote to elect players from the majors division to the Majors All Star Team. Prior to the start of the regular season the SLLL Board of Directors will determine the total number of player elected All-Stars, from each team, based on total number of 3A/Majors Baseball and Minors A/Majors Softball Player Agents will compile a list of all eligible players for the 8/9/10 and 9/10/11 All Star Teams. All players in the 3A/Majors Baseball and Minors A/Majors Softball will vote for 2 players that are on their own team. The players with the top number of votes, from each team, will be named to the All Star Team. The Votes will be counted and tabulated based upon the official release date for all-star teams as listed by LL Baseball for the current season.
  • Each All-Star team shall consist of the 10 players receiving the most votes when combining the votes of the managers. The final two to four All Star team members will be selected by each All Star Manager and coach from the list of eligible players. Further discussion with the other managers is confidential in order to protect the integrity of the selection process.
  • All participants of the Steel Lake LL All-Star program are expected to uphold the values of Steel Lake LL at all times. Any participant within the program that does not support these values may be removed from eligibility as determined by the Steel Lake LL Board of Directors. Procedures will be followed based upon disciplinary action guidelines set forth in these local rules.
  • The 8/9/10 and 9/10/11 year old All-Star team must have a minimum of 12 players.

Manager Selection Intermediate Baseball, Juniors Baseball/Softball & Seniors Baseball/Softball All Stars

All managers and coaches will need the approval of the board before assuming their duties as All-Star manager or coach. All managers & coaches from the Intermediate, Juniors Baseball/Softball, Seniors Baseball/Softball divisions may apply to become the manager of their respective All Star teams. Applications of intent are due to the SLLL President by May 1st. The Board of Directors shall review all applicants and will make the final selections. The manager selection meeting for all SLLL All Star teams will be held on the 2nd Monday in May. The final vote/decision of the Board of Directors will be final and cannot be appealed. Managers shall choose their own coaches from any eligible and Board approved manager or coach from the league.

Manager selection for combined All-Star teams (multiple league combination teams) shall follow Washington District 10 Upper Division All-Star selection process.

Player Selection Intermediate Baseball, Juniors Baseball/Softball & Seniors Baseball/Softball All Stars

  • All 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16 year olds are eligible candidates for the All Star team if they respond to the player agent’s call for eligibility. If a player cannot commit to the entire schedule the Board of Directors shall determine whether the player in question shall be included on the list of eligible players.
  • The current division managers shall meet prior to voting for the All-Star team to discuss the players on their teams. This meeting shall be conducted under the direction of the Player Agent and its sole purpose shall be to inform the other managers of the qualifications of the players on his/her team. A ballot shall then be distributed to the managers. Each manager shall vote for 8 players that are not on their team.
  • All players are eligible to vote to elect 2 players, from their respective divisions, to the All Star Team. Player Agents will compile a list of all eligible players for the All Star teams. All players will vote for 2 players that are not on their own team. The 2 players receiving the top number of votes will be named to the All Star Team. Votes will be counted and tabulated based upon the official release date for all-star teams as listed by LL Baseball for the current season.
  • The All-Star team shall consist of the 8 players receiving the most votes when combining the votes of the managers, and the 2 players voted in by the players of the Majors division. The final two to four (6 for the Seniors Division) All Star team members will be selected by the All Star Manager from the list of eligible players. Further discussion with the other managers is confidential in order to protect the integrity of the selection process. Results shall remain confidential and the All-Star team shall be announced on the day authorized by Little League Baseball. A breach by a manager of the confidentiality process/discussions may lead to disciplinary action against the manager.
  • If there is only one team, in any division, that team may elect to represent Steel Lake LL in their respective All-Star tournament or they may combine with another local Little League(s) to form one All-Star team. Combined All-Star teams (multiple league combination teams) shall follow Washington District 10 Upper Division All-Star selection process.

All participants of the Steel Lake LL All Star program are expected to uphold the values of Steel Lake LL at all times. Any participant within the program that does not support these values may be removed from eligibility as determined by the Steel Lake LL Board of Directors. Procedures will be followed based upon disciplinary action guidelines set forth in these local rules.

LITTLE LEAGUE CHANGES DATE FOR NAME RELEASE, PRACTICES AND TRY-OUTS FOR ALL-STAR TEAMS

Item 7 (2016 Implementation) - Affects Tournament Release of Names - All Divisions of Baseball and Softball

The release of names of players selected for the tournament team shall not be made before June 1, and not until the availability and eligibility of all prospective team members has been established.

Item 9 (2016 Implementation) - Affects Tournament Team Practice - All Divisions of Baseball and Softball

Try-outs or practices by tournament teams shall not be held before June 1. Tournament team practice may only take place against other teams within the same or contiguous districts in the same division, providing such practice is done out of uniform.

The date use to be two weeks prior to the all-star tournament.  

ELIGIBILITY FOR STEEL LAKE LITTLE LEAGUE ALL STAR TEAMS

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RESIDENCY AND SCHOOL ATTENDANCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

Any player that resides within our boundaries can play for Steel Lake Little League:
Find your Little League residency HERE. Proof of residency is required.

In addition, any child who attends Meredith Hill, Camelot, Star Lake, Valhalla, Lake Dolloff, Wildwood, Lakeland, Star Lake or Rainier View Elementary Schools - Kilo, Sequoyah or Totem Middle Schools - Todd Beamer or Thomas Jefferson High Schools or a private school located within our boundaries, are eligible to play with Steel Lake Little League no matter where they live.

To verify enrollment based on school attending, parent will need an official certified school enrollment form, or the Little League school enrollment form. Either document must be completed by a School Administrator, Principal, or Vice Principal that lists the schools address as well as verification that the student has been enrolled and attending prior to October 1 of the current academic school year.

New for 2017 - a school report card or progress report may no longer be used as a School Enrollment Eligibility document.

LOOKING BACK - 2006 All-stars



Homerun Celebration

Members of the 2006 Steel Lake Little League All-Star team embrace in jubilation after slugger Jared Prather (second from left in front) sent a fastball deep over the left field wall during the team's tournament game against Federal Way.

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