Rancho Santa Fe Little League registration under way

Rancho Santa Fe Little League invites all boys and girls, ages 5 through 12, to come out and play baseball!

Registration for the 2011 Spring Season will begin Dec. 4 and continues through Jan. 21. The league will kick off in February with practices, followed by games running through the end of the school year.

According to Dave Thatcher, president of the league, “This promises to be an exciting year for Rancho Santa Fe baseball. We have terrific coaches, more free clinics and an even bigger Opening Day celebration. Rancho Santa Fe is a great baseball town, and we encourage all youngsters to join the fun and camaraderie of playing baseball.”

You may register your players in person at the Rancho Santa Fe School Gym on Dec. 11 and 18 from 9-11 a.m. or online at RSFLL.COM. There is an additional $50 fee for registering your child after Dec. 31.

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  5. Miracle League season kicks off

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