Major League Baseball Pitch, Hit, and Run at Lions Club Park
Feb20

Major League Baseball Pitch, Hit, and Run at Lions Club Park

Tweet March 8 at 9:00am. Major League Baseball Pitch, Hit, and Run (PHR) is an exciting skills event for boys and girls ages 7 to 14! Winners compete in four levels including team championship events at Major League ballparks and the National Finals at the MLB All-Star Game! Each child must show a copy of their birth certificate to show proof of age in order to participate. Lions Club Park, 5500 Rockbridge Circle in Lilburn. Call 678.277.0860 for more...

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Fall Baseball Registration with Grayson Athletic Association Online Until July 31, 2001
Jun23

Fall Baseball Registration with Grayson Athletic Association Online Until July 31, 2001

Tweet The Grayson Athletic Association’s Baseball Program is excited to announce registration for its 2011 Fall Baseball Season for children ages 4 – 18 years of age.  Online registration will be available until July 31st for baseball.  When signing up online please make sure that the information you have submitted is correct and that you are signing up for the right sport!!!! When determining which age group your child will be in, determine the age your child will be on April 30th of 2012 with the exception of 4 year olds.  The minimum age requirement for baseball at GAA is 4 years of age.  Your child must be four years old prior to July 31st, 2011. An age verification process will take place. Parents will be responsible to make sure that you have placed your child in the right age group.  Parents wishing to play their child UP in the next age group will need to have approval from the Baseball Director prior to completing the registration process.  No player will be allowed to play down from their age group. For more information visit the source. Visit this link for Grayson’s Softball Registration for the...

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Park Profile: Bethesda Park Information, Hours [PHOTOS]
May22

Park Profile: Bethesda Park Information, Hours [PHOTOS]

Tweet 225 Bethesda Church Road, Lawrenceville 30044 Park Hours: Sunrise until 11:00pm unless posted otherwise Aquatic Center Hours: Click Here Amenities ∙ 159 acres ∙ Bethesda Park Senior Center ∙ Gwinnett SenioR Learning Center ∙ Three adult softball fields ∙ Seven baseball/softball fields ∙ Outdoor basketball courts ∙ Football/multi-purpose field with lighted walking track ∙ Six soccer fields ∙ Restrooms ∙ Playgrounds ∙ Walking trail around a lake ∙ Indoor aquatic center with leisure play and instructional pools ∙ 1.5-mile paved, multi-purpose trail ∙ Pavilions ∙ Grill Bethesda Park Master Plan [PDF file] Gwinnett County Parks Website Page for Bethesda Park ExploreGeorgia [more photos] Bethesda Park 770.978.5271 Brookwood Athletics www.baabonline.com Baseball/Softball www.brookwoodbasketball.com Basketball www.bfabroncos.com Football, Cheerleading www.broncolax.com Lacrosse Bethesda Park 770.978.5271 Georgia Futbol Club www.georgiafc.com Soccer Bethesda Park Senior Center, Info & Rentals: 770.564.4680 Aquatic Center & Pool Rentals: 678.924.6334 Adult Sports Info: 770.822.5152 Youth Sports Info: 770.978.5271 Trails Hotline: 770.978.5270 Aquatic Center Baseball Field Fishing Lakeside Playground Playground area Senior Center Patio Senior Center Trail Bridge...

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North Gwinnett Baseball Softball Association – Last Week to Register

Tweet Last week for registration!  Senior league still has a few weeks left (after high school tryouts.) The last day to register without late fees is Friday Jan. 28th. However, several leagues will have waiting lists before then.  They plan to be able to place all players assigned to the waiting list to a team, but space is limited.  The earlier you register the better....

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Gwinnett Medical Center Offers Injury Prevention Clinic in Youth Baseball

Tweet Join Gwinnett Medical Center (GMC) at their one-day clinic on injury prevention in youth baseball, sponsored by Gwinnett SportsRehab and the Gwinnett Braves. GMC physicians will team up with Atlanta Braves staff to discuss: preventing injuries in pitching, in-season maintenance for the throwing arm, getting the most out of your players, preseason conditioning and identifying the early signs of throwing injuries. Saturday January 15, 2011, 8:15 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Coolray Field, 1 Braves Ave Lawrenceville, GA 30049 *Registration required by Jan. 7 – To register for this event, call 678-312-5000 * The event is open to parents, coaches and youth baseball players 16+. The clinic fee is $30 and includes breakfast, lunch and presentation handouts. A reduced rate of $25 per person is available for groups of five or more. The first 50 people to register will receive a pair of tickets to a 2011 Gwinnett Braves game and several baseball raffle prizes will be given away. To learn more, contact Tim Simmons at tsimmons@gwinnettmedicalcenter.org This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or 678-312-6018. Source: Gwinnett...

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2010 DIXIE YOUTH AAA MINOR (10U) GEORGIA STATE TOURNAMENT

Tweet Wednesday (Day 5): North Gwinnett faced off with undefeated Troup County.  The Bulldogs jumped out early with a 2-out rally.  Dan Tamburo went long scoring 3 runs.  The Bulldogs struggled to find it’s pitching, walking 5 Troup batters in the first inning and giving up 3 runs to tie the game.  The next three innings, the Bulldogs only put up 4 hits, and only scoring one run, while Troup was able to rack up 9 runs on 9 hits.  The final score after 6 innings was Troup 12, Bulldogs 6.  They had a very good run making it to the Final Four in a Dixie Youth state tournament dominated by teams made up with travel players.  We wish Troup County all the luck in the championship series which begins on Friday against either Lee County or Perry. Tuesday (Day 4): The Bulldogs faced North Macon for the second time Tuesday.  The game was dominated again by defense.  Rohit pitched the whole game and was fantastic!  77 pitches, 54 of them strikes!  He gave up only one run on four hits in the 6 innings, and only 2 walks.  The solid defense really helped.  Bulldogs eliminated North Macon, winning 3-1.  North Gwinnett is in the FINAL FOUR! Monday (Day 3): The Bulldogs faced off against Albany.  In the first inning, the Bulldogs walked the first three Albany batters.  JoJo came in to relief pitch and after some great defense, only gave up one run that inning.  The Bulldogs were also only able to put one on the board.  In the second inning, the Bulldogs defense gave up another run, but our offense was able to add two.  Bulldogs ahead 3-2 going into the 3rd inning.  The 3rd inning was scoreless for both sides.  In the 4th, the Bulldogs were able to add another to the board, while the defense held off Albany another inning.  In the fifth, Albany was held to only one run, but was able to shut down the Bulldogs.  Going into the sixth inning, Bulldogs up 4-3, Albany walked 4 of our batters, followed by some sacrifice flies to the outfield.  They added 3 more runs.  Albany came back to within striking distance, putting two runs on the board.  The Bulldogs brought in Rohit to relieve JoJo, striking out the next batter, and causing the final batter to ground to first base.  Game over: 7-5.  JoJo pitched in 6 innings, but only faced 27 batters.  Of the 74 pitches he threw, 61 were strikes!  Outstanding!  Defense won this game.  They are now in the final 8!  Bulldogs face North Macon again Tuesday night at 6:00 on...

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