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Want to know if games are rained out? Want to get important information from the league? Be sure to sign up for text alerts for the 2015 season!
(We remove the numbers after each season, so even if you signed up last year, you will need to sign up again.)
You can find the sign up section in the upper right hand corner of the website (labeled Text Message Subscriptions)
Anyone interested in umpiring for the upcoming Dixon Little League 2015 season should contact the Umpire in Chief Mike Randall. All levels of experience are welcome!
You can contact Mike via email at email@example.com
All Managers, Coaches, and any other persons who assists your team on a regular basis MUST have a completed volunteer application on file prior to assisting or helping with any teams. If you have any questions, please contact your division representative. The approved Little League Volunteer Application can be found by clicking the link below.
You can also find the form by clicking on Information, then Downloads.
Dixon Little League is proud to help bring the joy of baseball to boys and girls with physical and mental challenges. The Challenger Division of Little League was established in 1989 to enable boys and girls with physical and mental challenges, ages 4-18, or up to age 22 if still enrolled in high school, to enjoy the game of baseball along with the millions of other children who participate in this sport worldwide. Today more than 30,000 children participate in more than 900 Challenger Divisions worldwide. Teams are set up according to abilities, rather than age, and can include as many as 15-20 players. Challenger games can be played as t-ball games, coach pitch, player pitch, or a combination of the three. In a Challenger game, each player gets a chance at bat. The side is retired when the offense has batted through the roster, or when a pre-determined number of runs have been scored, or when three outs are recorded. Little League recommends that no score be kept during Challenger games. The Challenger players wear the same uniforms, shoulder patches and safety equipment as other Little League players. One of the benefits of having a Challenger Division is that it encourages the use of "buddies" for the Challenger players. The buddies assist the Challenger players on the field but whenever possible, encourage the players to bat and make plays themselves. However, the buddy is always nearby to help when needed.
For more local information on the Challenger Division contact James Bounds
Code of Conduct
Managers, Coaches, Umpires, and Parents are to conduct themselves in a professional and adult manner at all times. Please keep this in mind when having discussions with players, umpires, other managers, parents, etc. You are a representative of Dixon Little League, please act accordingly. The use of alcohol or illicit narcotics is strictly prohibited at the Dixon Little League Complex. Use of alcohol/ illegal drugs or alcohol present on a Manager, Coach, or Umpire’s breath at the playing or practice field is grounds for immediate removal from the league. The use of tobacco in any form is prohibited on or near the game or practice field.
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