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Frederick National Little League (FNLL)
FNLL Mission: The objective of Frederick National Little League shall be to implant in the children of the community the ideals of good sportsmanship, honesty, loyalty, courage and respect for authority, so that they may be well adjusted, stronger, and happier children and will grow to be good, decent, healthy and trustworthy citizens.
FNLL is a Frederick, Maryland-based chartered member of Little League International and provides a program of instructional and competitive baseball for kids ages 4 to 13 with several divisions that accommodate age and skill levels. Our goal is to not just to create competitive baseball players, but also teach life lessons, community commitment, and citizenship through the great sport of baseball.
We are a part of Maryland District 2 Little League, and our league consists of players from schools that include; Yellow Springs Elem., Monocacy Elem., North Frederick Elem., Glade Elem., Walkersville Elem., Monocacy Middle, TJ Middle, Walkersville Middle, The Banner School, St. John’s Reg. Catholic, Monocacy Valley Montessori, Frederick Classical Charter, and Frederick County Day Montessori.
Established in 1951, Frederick National is steeped in a legacy that is one of the oldest, most respected, and successful leagues in the entire state of Maryland.
Frequently Asked Questions
How often do they practice and how often are games?
practices 1 to 2 times per week with games on Saturdays and an occasional game during the week. (total commitment: 2 days per week)
Machine pitch and Minors
practice 1 to 2 times per week with games 1 to 2 times per week on both Saturdays and during the week. . (total commitment: 2-3 days per week)
practice 2- 5 days a week before the season begins and then 1-2 days a week during the season. Games are 2-3 days a week mostly during weekdays, makeups are on Saturdays. . (total commitment: 3-5 days per week)
Where are the playing and practice fields located
? Our playing fields include:
located on Staley Ave behind YMCA - our main field for games and Majors practices.
Staley Park –
located on Motter Ave. across the street from North Frederick Elementary School for practices and Minors games.
Riverwalk, Amber Meadows, Clearstory, Staley Park, Staley Field
Minors, including TBall and Machine Pitch also play games on Frederick American and East Frederick fields.
What does the registration fee include?
Shirt, hat, socks, fees and dues to District 2 and Little League International, equipment, operations, insurance, facilities upkeep, etc.
How are All-Stars picked and what is expected of them?
As of the 2015 season, Majors All Stars are chosen by team member voting for the first 9 players. Managers have discretion for the last 3 players to fill any needs ie outfielder, catcher, pitcher. Majors All-Star players are expected to be available from mid-June to mid-July for practices and games. Potential for further if the teams continue winning.
Minors All Stars as chosen by manager nominations.
What is Fall Ball?
This is a developmental program for the off season. It typically begins in September and runs through the end of October. This is a great time to move a player up a level to try it out and be able to learn and progress their skills.
What is Intermediate (50/70) and 9-10 Travel Ball?
These are opportunities for players to have a chance to play more baseball within our District.
50/70 is for 11-13 year-olds and refer to greater distances between pitchers mound and bases then Little League. This helps prepare players for play when they age out of Little League.
9-10 Travel Ball is new this year and gives players an opportunity for more playing time.
Both 50/70 and 9-10 Travel Ball may require a try-out to be on the team.