|Program Director:||Jeff Kraft|
There will be no games on Saturday - 5/25/19
Ages 3 - 4
Will start at a time between 9:00 AM and 10:00 AM
Ages 5 - 6
Will start at a time between 10:30 AM and 12:00 PM
|Who Plays:||Boys & Girls (Ages 3 - 6)|
|Age As Of 6/1/2019|
401 Charter Colony Parkway
Midlothian VA 23114
|If you pay by 1/18/2019:||$139.00|
|If you pay by 2/15/2019:||$149.00|
|If you pay by 3/15/2019:||$159.00|
|If you pay after 3/15/2019:||$179.00|
Welcome to the 2019 Spring Season of i9 Sports T-Ball!
i9 Sports T-Ball teaches kids the basic fundamentals of how to catch, throw, hit, run, and be "baseball ready" in a fun, safe real-game setting!
You will find i9 Sports is an exciting alternative to other leagues, because we offer features you value most:
- Unsurpassed organization and communication
- Emphasis on fun that places the kids' needs first
- Focus on basic skills, sportsmanship, team play and fairness
- Convenience (practices and games on the same day)
- Inclusiveness (balanced playing time for every player, every game)
- Commitment to safety (mandatory certified background checks on all coaches)
League Format: T-Ball is available for children ages 3-6 as follows:
3 - 4
Players will hit off a batting tee.
5 - 6
75 - 90 minutes
The coach will throw 3 pitches
Equipment: The league provides each player with an official i9 Sports jersey and hat. Players may wear shorts or pants of any type. Appropriate footwear includes sneakers or rubber cleats (no metal). Players must provide their own glove. Protective cups are required to play catcher and recommended for all other positions.
Practice: We encourage no more than one (1) practice per week, and for that practice to be held 30 minutes prior to the game at the field, thus making it a once per week commitment for kids, parents, and coaches.
Awards: Each week one player from each team will be awarded an i9 Sportsmanship Medal for demonstrating the value for that week. All players will receive an i9 Participation Trophy at the end of the season.
Coaches: All coaches, usually a volunteer parent of a child playing on the team, will receive mandatory certified background checks. Please consider volunteering! Coaches will find the experience personally rewarding.
Interactive Website: You can easily find programs near you, access detailed schedules, communicate with your coach, view standings and team/player statistics, review game rules, see your child's accomplishments and get the latest league news at our state-of-the-art website. The website is updated on a regular basis so please check the site often.
Mobile Website: Go to www.i9sports.com on your mobile device. Easily find all programs near you and register in a few simple clicks. View your child's schedule, know your jersey color for the day, easily locate and dial the weather hotline for the latest updates and find location info to get turn by turn directions to the games. You can even view league standings and game scores!
|Program Director:||Jeff Kraft|
"Its organized and everyone that works for the organization is friendly. The coaches for my son's baseball team are amazing and hes learning so much without making it too competitive. My son is 5 and not ready to be playing travel ball year round but needs more than just playing in a field - this p
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Heather J. (October 2016)
"I-9 has been a great place to expose my children to different sports. The coaches and staff members have all been very professional. It has been a great experience for all of us."
Elizabeth G. (June 2014)
"Organized, friendly, and convenient. Having practices and games on the same day is wonderful. It's a small time commitment, but great overall payout. The focus on sportsmanship and consistently uplifting atmosphere are wonderful."
Richard G. (May 2015)
"I like that the I9 program's focus is on fun for the children while learning a sport. I also like the variety of sports to try each season, and the convenience of practice before the game."
Bruce P. (November 2013)
"The principle that's expressed constantly that we are here to have fun with the kids, and not to be so competitive is wonderful. Reinforcing that concept by reminding our parents to be mindful of their behaviors goes a long way."
Jennifer W. (June 2013)