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Mar, 2019

7 Things to Know for 2019 Spring Season

Daniel Boone Little League is marking 60 years in 2019, and we're happy to have you join us for this spring season.

Here are 7 things to know for the upcoming season:

1. Rainouts: It is up to coaches to determine whether to cancel practices. The league does not make that determination.

The league does determination whether GAMES are canceled. For GAMES, we will send out notifications via KOMU text alerts and DBLL social media.

2. Team pages: Once game schedules are posted to, you can view them on team pages.

Your schedule can be found on our homepage under the Team Directory tab. Once in the team directory, search for your team name and click through to your team page. Your team page includes your roster and schedule and offers a place to post team news and discussions. Parents/coaches have to be signed into the site to view team pages.

3. 60th anniversary celebration: DBLL is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year, and we would like for you to join us. We are planning to have a short ceremony on Field 5 during our annual BBQ day on Saturday, May 4. The plan is to stop play for about 30-45 minutes so all players and families can gather around Field 5 and listen to a few speakers say a few words or share a favorite memory of DBLL. If you have questions, please email [email protected].

4. Fundraisers: The spring season fundraiser is Otis Spunkmeyer cookie dough. Team parents will have fundraiser packets. There is no online ordering option this spring.

Our other fundraising project is our new DBLL Champions Plaza. We are selling bricks that will become a permanent part of DBLL. Click here to get all the details.

5. Cardinals game: Each year, DBLL and Diamond Council sponsor a trip to a St. Louis Cardinals game. This year, the game is Friday, July 12, against the Arizona Diamondbacks. Tickets are $20 for adults and $15 for players, and this includes a parade around the field before the game. Click here for information on ordering tickets.

6. All-Star intent forms: This year, we are asking families to sign All-Star intent forms if they are (1) available for and (2) willing to commit to play on an All-Star team. The All-Star program is for players ages 9 and older. Signing this form doesn't mean your player will be selected; rather, it is a way for us to determine who is eligible for selection. Coaches are filling out similar forms. Stay tuned for more details.

7. Calendar: To stay up to date with the latest events, view our 2019 calendar.