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General Information about the CJL

New Date for player eligibility:

The CJL Board has adopted the new date for player eligibility. This is in conjunction with the same dates that the National Baseball Congress (NBC) adopted last year.

This will have an effect on your child's division of play if they were born between April 30 and July 31.

The policy is as follows:

The dates were moved from July 31st to April 30th.

AA: All AA players 9 years old on or before April 30th will play AAA

AAA: All AAA players 11 years old on or before April 30th will play Majors

Majors: All Majors players 13 years old on or after May 1 will still play as a 12 year old in the Majors

Note: Any 12 year old that chooses to participate in the CJL division is no longer eligible to participate in any Youth League Majors/Minors division events, including all-star play. They will be eligible to participate in the CJL division all-star events.


Information from the President of the Cheyenne Junior league

Parents, remember it is important to encourage our kids and to keep in mind
how parents act impacts the kids play. I would ask that we refrain from making
comments that distract your child as well as the other players and parents on
the field and in the stand. The players look to us as the role models, and as
the Coach I need each and every one of the parents to make sure that we not
only encourage our own kid but those around them. I have inserted some
statements below that I follow as a coach and parent.

Please remember that we all are teachers in life and our actions speak louder than words. I also need the players to focus on the coaching staff, not only for the game but, for safety concerns as well. I also need the kids to stay in the dug out during game times. At times I will ask parents assist in warming up players before going into a game.

Player & Parent Conduct
1) I hereby pledge to provide positive support, care, and encouragement for my
child participating in the Cheyenne Junior League Baseball program by
following this Player & Parents' Code of Conduct:

2) I will encourage good sportsmanship by demonstrating positive support for
all players, coaches, and officials at every game, practice or other events.

3) I will place the emotional and physical well being of my child ahead of my
personal desire to win.

4) I will insist that my child play in a safe and healthy environment.

5) I will support coaches and officials working with my child, in order to
encourage a positive and enjoyable experience for all.

6) I will remember that the game is for youth - not adults.

7) I will do my very best to make youth sports fun for my child.

8) I will ask my child to treat other players, coaches, fans and officials
with respect regardless of race, sex, creed or ability.

9) I will help my child enjoy the youth sports experience by doing whatever I
can, such as being a respectful fan, assisting with coaching, or providing

10) I will have my child at practice/games on time.  If my child is unable to
make it to a game or practice, I will notify the coach as soon as possible. 

Thanks the Coaching Staff & CJL Board.


Along Other Lines...

              Have you lost an item at the ball park?

             Stop by the cage and see if it has been turned in. Please be able to          describe the lost item.
                   Have you found an item that  someone  lost?  Please turn it in at the Cage.




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