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Grand Slam Baseball to Organize New Delhi Little League

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702   //    27 Aug 2015, 17:40 IST
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New Delhi, 26th Aug 2015: Grand Slam Baseball will organize India's premier youth baseball organization, the New Delhi Little League (NDLL) , this coming season. Teams will play from September through February, capping off the season with a grand tournament. The competition allows local children and young expats to enjoy one of the most technical and prestigious of American sports in a holistic, supportive, and team-focused manner. Teams practice every week with professional coaches and enjoy the diverse and multicultural friendships made on the field.

Registration for the New Delhi Little League will be held on 22nd and 29th August, between 12 and 3 PM at the American Community Support Association on the ACSA ball field. All are welcome.

In the baseball league, teams consists of 9 to 12 players. Players are taught the rules and techniques of the sport and driven to learn the values of good sportsmanship, perseverance and teamwork. Games are held every Friday and Saturday. The NDLL is open to boys and girls of all ages and experience levels. Cricket players have found particular success in baseball and are encouraged to try this alternative game.

The league offers three age groups for players:

  • T-ball: Ages 7 and under

  • Minors: Ages 8-11

  • Majors: Ages 12-15

Grand Slam Baseball stands for more than just baseball. It gives kids from various cultures and communities a common platform to interact, play, and learn together.

Grand Slam Baseball is comprised of a dedicated team of locals, expats, and international supporters committed to bringing quality organized baseball to all parts of India. Players and families from Delhi’s diverse international community participate enthusiastically with Indian kids, who themselves uniquely experience classical American standards of sports training and infrastructure.

Grand Slam Baseball’s “Play Ball” program offers talented young Indians from all socio-economic backgrounds a chance to learn and to play baseball with memberships free of cost.

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