RIP Dale Eubanks

It is with sadness to report that Dale Eubanks passed earlier this month. Dale was a decades-long supporter of our league. He happily sponsored a team dating back to the 1960s. The yellow and green uniforms of Eubanks Florist were proudly worn by many TCLL players over several decades.

At Twin Cities Little League, we do not forget friends like Dale. May he rest in peace

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2021 Season Registration

Registration for the 2021 season requires a $50 refundable deposit. As we did with last season, TCLL will follow the county guidelines closely and will keep everyone apprised of our approach leading up to and through the start of the season.

Click here to register for the 2021 season

2021 Virtual Player Evaluations

In recognition of the pandemic and with player safety the priority, we are launching a new protocol for player evaluation. For league ages 8 and above, parents need to submit a video of their player doing specific skills. The league needs these videos so we can determine which division a player should be eligible for, based on safety and level of play, and create balanced teams for competitive divisions without in-person evaluations.
Download the video instructions (PDF)

Optional Video Evaluation Sign-ups

To help with this season's video evaluations,  members of the TCLL BOD will be hosting two sessions this week to help shoot and submit videos. Sessions will be held Thursday the 14th and Saturday the 16th. This is not required and you have the option of shooting your video on your own.

Click here to reserve your spot on Sign-up Genius

What is Twin Cities Little League?

Since 1955, TCLL has taught life lessons through baseball to Larkspur and Corte Madera kids. Our volunteer-run league is proud to be part of the world's largest organized youth sports program.

What each player will gain

We promote citizenship, discipline, teamwork, and physical well-being. By espousing the virtues of character, courage and loyalty, we strive to develop superior citizens who develop a lifetime love of baseball.

Objectives & expected level of play by division

T-Ball: Age 5


  • Safely holding and swinging the bat
  • Stance, grip, simple swing, NO THROWING THE BAT
  • Basic base-running
  • How to score runs
  • When are you “out”?


  • How to safely catch the ball
  • Very early throwing fundamentals
  • Positions names and locations
  • Ways to get an “out”: forces vs tags

Farm: Ages 6-7


  • Hitting a Moving Ball
    • Seeing and tracking the ball
    • Timing: “Loading” to get ready to swing
  • Strikes, balls, strikeouts, walks, and foul balls.
  • Improve base-running awareness and decision-making i.e. Tagging up


  • Basic Situational awareness - for each pitch, where to throw the ball if it is hit to you, and where to be if it is hit to someone else.



  • Building confidence and introducing intermediate gameplay concepts
  • Faster pitching (machine pitch) and hard ball
  • Sliding into bases
  • Tagging Up


  • Introduce “Intermediate” gameplay concepts and skills
  • Introduce Catcher position
  • Introduce Double Plays
  • Introduce Relays
  • Defensive hierarchy and communication: pop-up and fly ball communication

Minors: 8-10


  • “Intermediate” Base-running concepts
  • “Secondary” leads after ball crosses plate
  • Stealing
  • Reading passed balls
  • Strategy
    • 1st & 3rd plays
    • Bunt defense
  • “Intermediate” Hitting Concepts
      • Pitch selection
      • Bunting
      • Signs and plays


  • Situational Awareness and Run-Prevention
  • Defending steals and bunts
  • Late & close game scenarios i.e. “infield in”
  • Introduce pitching fundamentals
    • Basic mechanics
    • Basic pitch grips: fastball, changeup
    • Basic rules of being the pitcher: how to stand on the mound and legally deliver a pitch
  • “Intermediate” Catching Skills
    • Calling pitches
    • Blocking
    • Throwing out runners

Majors: 10-12


  • “Advanced” base-running rules
  • Infield fly, interference, obstruction
  • “Advanced” mechanics to improve bat speed & power


  • “Advanced” Pitching
    • Breaking ball mechanics and grips
    • Emphasize command and strategic pitch-selection
  • Comfort with faster gameplay and higher expectations

Juniors: 13- 15


  • Baserunning
    • Live leads and steals
    • “Advanced” offensive strategy with new tools available to runners i.e hit & run


  • Managing new base-running situations i.e hit & run
  • Adjusting to bigger field

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