FALL BALL UPDATE
CONGRATULATIONS TO BECKUM STAPLETON FALL BALL PARTICIPANTS ON A SUCCESSFUL SEASON.
12 TEE BALL participants ages 4-6 (BECKUM ANGELS) 8 weeks of practice and games
15 MACHINE PITCH PARTICIPANTS ages 7-9 (Beckum Bombers) 10 games in West Allis
16 ITERMEADIATE participants ages 10 to 12 (Beckum Eagles) 1st Place in 10 games at West Allis Fall Ball
8 Seniors ages 13 to 16 held 5 practices. For more seniors practice go to Beckum Batting cage on Saturday mornings at 9 AM. Ask for David Frazier of Milwaukee Elite.
Any questions? Please call me, Jim Brey at 414-659-8136.
SAFE COMMUNITY YOUTH BASEBALL
Beckum Stapleton Little League is attempting to provide safe as possible recreation for 2020. Covid-19 has grounded all activity for Beckum Stapleton Little League so far. We have a communicable diseases plan to minimize the risks.
We can now practice on outdoor fields using social distance. Players, coaches and fans are required to wear masks. Players and coaches need to keep a 6-foot distance.
Temperature Check: Players and spectators should take their own temperature before leaving the house and they should stay at home with any reading of 100.4 Fahrenheit or higher according to CDC definitions of reportable illnesses for contagious disease.
Players are encouraged to wear batting gloves. (batting gloves can be purchased at sporting goods store like Burghardts, Dicks, Dunns or online)
Beckum Stapleton new plans for 2020 FALL BALL is organizing 2 hour practice and game every Saturday from August 15th to October 17.
Despite all safety precautions, there is still a risk of covid-19. If you do not want your child to play and is paid for 2020 you have two options for a refund.
This season will test Beckum Stapleton Little League ability to deliver on our mission of safe, mentored baseball for inner city youth. FALL BALL 2020 HAS NO FEE. There are no boundaries for 2020. Please invite any youth to play with us this year. All registration is online at www.beckumstapletonLL.org.
Subject: Share Your Stories of Beckum Stapleton Little League by Jan. 31, 2021!
Calling all Beckum-Stapleton Little League players and families, past and present! The Beckum Board is in the midst of strategic planning for the long-term success and sustainability of the league. As a part of that effort we are gathering stories from current and former players, coaches, and parents, as well as from Mr. Beckum himself. These will be pulled together as a present for Mr. Beckum’s upcoming 92nd birthday, (on Feb. 7th) and will afterwards be used to highlight the legacy of the league here in Milwaukee.
If you’re willing to share your fond memories and reflections of your time with the league, please reply to this message with the best way to reach you- email, phone call, or text, and your phone/number email address and someone will follow up with you. Or if you would like to write your stories, feel free to share those as a reply to this message. When you respond please list the years you played/volunteered with Beckum, which teams you were on and who your coaches were if you remember.
These stories will be used to engage funders and other stakeholders, so know that all stories/interviews may be shared publicly.
Sincerely The Beckum Board
Beckum Stapleton is looking for a Motivated Individual to help recrute and represent Tee Ball Players and Coaches.
If this is you or you know someone that fits this role, and that's ready to build, have them contact us on Facebook @ Beckum Stapleton Little League or by calling the office at 414-372-5794.
FIRST FALL BALL PRACTICE
Beckum Stapleton Little League is a nonprofit, volunteer organization. Providing supervised baseball opportunities for the youth on the North side of Milwaukee, WI since 1964. Beckum Stapleton Little League has served well over 25,000 youth since its inception. It is powerful to see this commitment to the sport, from current and former players . It is an awesome testament to what has been created and what's to come.
Beckum Stapleton Little League needs your help to continue our committment, structure and development of these young people.