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Sedona Little League Baseball Needs Support

Sedona AZ – Bring Little League Baseball back to Sedona? The city of Sedona Parks and Recreation Department and the Verde Valley Little League want to know the public’s interest, support and commitment for having a league in Sedona in spring 2020.

The Little League program is about helping children develop the qualities of citizenship, discipline, teamwork and physical well-being. By espousing the virtues of character, courage and loyalty, the Little League Baseball and Softball program is designed to develop superior citizens rather than superior athletes. In the words of Chicago Cubs Manager Joe Maddon, “As a Little League coach you don’t need to win that day. You’ve got to make sure that you’re making every player better.”

Article submitted by the city of Sedona.

To have Little League in Sedona, parent and community volunteers are needed; there are various levels of volunteer commitments that would be available. The city is looking for people who believe in this program and are willing to put in the time to make a Sedona league a reality. All volunteers will receive free training.

If you are interested in having your child participate in Little League Baseball, call Sedona Recreation Coordinator Ali Baxter at (928) 203-5141 no later than Oct0ber 3, 2019. If there’s enough interest, the city will schedule further information and discussion sessions.

If you have detailed questions about how Little League operates, send an email to Little League District Administrator Coco Minner at cocominner@gmail.com.



  1. Wrong sport says:

    You’d be better off with soccer. Football in the rest of the world, the majority of Sedona students are Hispanic now. Open borders works !!

    American as Baseball and Apple pie?

    More like Vibrant as soccer and poverty.

  2. @wromg sport says:

    Wow….nice racist comment. Since you spend most of your time behind a computer in s dark room, how would you know what goes with children in town. Except for fighting the school budget constantly(because your kids are all grown and you don’t see why YOU need to pay)) your clueless.

  3. @@wromg sport says:

    Have YOU been to the Sedona schools? I’m not against immigrants. But the US is not magic dirt, if you bring their whole country here it changes into what their country looks like. If you love El Salvador you should move there.

    If a negative idiot like you was put into school in a foreign country, and made them integrate you into a class with all native speakers and you did not speak the language, it would lower the class average even more than the immigrants we have here .

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