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Serra Little League and Sunnyvale Southern Little League are now Sunnyvale Little League
Baseball in Sunnyvale is changing! After months of work by parent volunteers, the two leagues have merged to form the new Sunnyvale Little League.
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Welcome to Sunnyvale Little League
It seems like we just wrapped up the 2016 Little League Season, but 2017 is on the horizon. With the new year, comes an exciting announcement regarding Little League Baseball in Sunnyvale, Los Altos and Cupertino. After more than 50 years operating as independent leagues, Serra Little League and Sunnyvale Southern Little League are merging to form the new Sunnyvale Little League!
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Break-in at Serra Batting Cages
Someone broke into the Serra Park Batting cages sometime between Wednesday August 31st and Friday September 2nd and stole one of the batting mats and a backstop tarp.
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Follow Serra's Post Season Teams
All tournament information including schedules and results are being presented on the Serra Post Season Tracker. Check out to see how our TOC and All Star Teams are doing
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Closing Ceremonies start at 9am on Saturday (6/11)
Serra Little League puts the wraps on the 2016 regular season this Saturday, June 11th with our annual Closing Ceremonies. The event will be held from 9am to 10am at Serra Park.
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Serra to Host Jr Homerun Derby Contest
Welcome to the inaugural year of the Major League Baseball® Jr. Home Run Derby™ hosted by Serra Little League. We will be having a free competition for kids at Serra Park to show their hitting abilities, with the opportunity of competing at a National Finals during MLB® All-Star Week™.

Boys and girls are divided into two age divisions: 12U and 14U, and will have the chance to advance through three levels of competition. The Local Champions from both age divisions will advance to the Regional Level, and the Regional Champions will advance to the National Finals, which will take place during the 2016 MLB® All-Star Week™ in San Diego, CA in mid-July.
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Opening Day is this Saturday (4/2)
After Mother Nature threw us a curveball several weeks ago, we were forced to reschedule Opening Day ceremonies to this Saturday (April 2nd). Those ceremonies are scheduled to begin promptly at 9:00am at Serra Park. All players should arrive at Serra 1 no later than 8:45am so they may line up with their teammates on the outfield lawn for team introductions.
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Two former Serra players scheduled to pitch against each other in NCAA game
It takes talent to play Division 1 collegiate baseball, so when a Serra Little League alumnus makes it to that level we take notice. To have to former players face each other in an NCAA game is just down right incredible. That's exactly what will happen on Saturday, March 12th when former Serra players Drew Strotman and Ross Slaney will oppose each other as starting pitchers when St Mary's visits San Jose State University
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Get Ready for the 2016 Season with Hardtke Baseball Clinics
Serra Little League has once again partnered with Hardtke Baseball to offer several skills clinics. These are two-hour clinics, focusing on hitting and pitching and. Hardtke is offering special pricing for Serra players.
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Serra LL Appreciation Weekend Feb 6&7
Serra Little League corporate sponsor Sports Authority is offering discounts on any purchase during the Serra LL Appreciation Weekend on February 6th & 7th, 2016. Use this discount as you gear up for the 2016 Little League Season
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San Jose State University Baseball Coaches Clinic
Serra Little League corporate sponsor Sports Autorhity is offering discounts on any purchase through January 31st, 2016. Use these discounts as you gear up for the 2016 Little League Season
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A note from the Outgoing President of Serra LL
Hello members of Serra Little League. It is time once again to prepare for the upcoming 2016 Little League season with registration only weeks away. Current Serra board members have already been working hard and started planning for another exciting season of Little League Baseball. I am reaching out to all Serra Parents to let you know we are struggling to accomplish the basic tasks ahead of us that keep Serra LL fun and rewarding for our players and families.
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Serra Player advances to USA Baseball National Team Tryout
Serra Majors player Ryan Lee will embark on a trip to the USA Baseball National Training Complex in Cary, North Carolina from August 27th through the 30th to participate in the USA Baseball National Identification Series (NTIS), in hopes of making Team USA's 2016 12U National Team. Ryan participated in the NTIS selection series throughout the summer in hopes of qualifying for the Cary event this month.
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Serra Pirates show us how it's done
With the 2015 Little League Season in full swing, the league wanted to recognize one of the newest additions to the league. In 2013 Serra added its Challenger Division which is an adaptive baseball program for boys and girls with physical and developmental challenges. Serra is one of the many Little Leagues from around the country that offers a Challenger program.
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New artificial turf being installed in Serra Park batting cages
Work is nearing completion on the installation of artificial turf in the Serra batting cages at Serra Park. The Serrra Little League Board of Directors approved this capital improvement in order to provide an update to the batting facility, which was in dire need of update.
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Serra Alumni Series: Casey Douglas
Serra Little League has represented Sunnyvale for more than 50 years, so it's natural that the league played host to thousands of young baseball players over the years. As part of the Serra Alumni Series, we'll showcase some of the players who have gone on to player higher level baseball. In this installment, we feature for Serra player Casey Douglas.
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New age determination criteria defined by Little League Baseball
In April, 2014 the International Congress approved the new league age determination amendment for Little League Baseball®. To implement the new amendment, it was decided to include a three-year waiting period to execute the change, starting in 2018. Questions from the field were raised about the impact the change would have on players that were currently league age 8 under the traditional system.
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Serra Board Positions Open
Help us frame the direction of Serra Little League by volunteering for a position on the league Board of Directors. There are several open positions that we desperately need to fill. The Board meets once a month in the evenings, and only requires a few hours of your time.
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Serra 10-9 All Stars Win Section Championship
Serra's 9-10 All Stars became the first team in the league's 50+ year history to capture a Section 5 Championship. Serra was forced to win back-to-back games against Los Gatos Little League, in order to capture the title. Serra won on a walk-off hit in extra innings for the dramatic victory.
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Serra 10-9 All Stars Win District 44 Championship
The 9-10 All Stars from Sunnyvale's Serra Little League capped a perfect tournament on Monday night, winning Little League's California District 44 Championship with a 5-2 win over Los Altos Little League at Robert Holman Field in Campbell. The Serra All Stars won all five games over the two week tournament that pegged 13 teams from District 44 against each other.
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Registration Advisory: New School Boundary Exception
A new modification to the Little League's residency rule for 2014 has just been released from Little League International. The rule in brief reads: 'A player may qualify for residency of a league if, the player attends a school within the league boundaries.' Or worded slightly differently: 'Player A that live within League B boundaries and attends school within League C boundaries has the option of playing baseball within either League B or C without penalty.' Example: If player A lives outside the boundaries of Serra but attends school that's address is within Serra's boundaries (like Cupertino Middle School or West Valley Elm School), player A qualifies as a "resident" of Serra and may play baseball with Serra without penalty. Proof of participation with a school may be a report card, progress report or admissions letter.

New intermediate level division (13 year olds)
Serra Little League is planning to start up an Intermediate Division (playing on a 50/70 diamond) for 13 year olds only. This is contingent upon having the Cupertino 1 field modified to be used as a 70 ft. diamond as well as enough players registering to play, and having a volunteer to manage the team. This is in addition to the Juniors Division which is for 13 and 14 year olds. If you have questions regarding either the Intermediate Division or the Juniors Division, please contact

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New Serra Gear Items
SLL has added two new items to the Serra Gear list. Get your long sleeved CoolBase shirts for men and women, or an official Serra LL branded blanket.
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Become a Serra Sponsor
Would you like to sponsor Serra Little league? Do you know a business that may want to sponsor Serra Little League? Sponsors get a banner on the majors field as well as logo placement on the Serra website. Help Serra keep costs and entry fees down through sponsorship.
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Little League International Online Bat Resource
Little League International has assembled an online resource page dedicated to baseball bat information.
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