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Construction Update at Main Complex- How does this affect our games?

On Monday, June 17th, the FDL School District is starting construction on the main complex where they will be tearing down the concessions/rest rooms building and tearing out the varsity diamond.  They will be building a brand new concessions building and new turf varsity diamond.  This is exciting news but will create some headaches for the remainder of our seasons

Access to the diamonds will be altered.  There will be NO games on varsity diamond or Woodworth softball diamond the rest of the year.  We do plan to continue to use the JV diamond as well as Dave Andrew and National Exchange Bank Field.

There will be limited concessions driven around by golf cart and I am told they will have two port-a-potties out there for bathrooms.

Team playing on Dave Andrew and NEBAT field should still park on Morningside Drive but must walk around NEBAT field to get to Dave Andrew Field.  The main walkway up to the complex will be gated off.  Those playing at the JV diamond can park on Morningiside Dr. or in the north parking lot of 4th street complex.

During construction, we will lose access to the area used for handicap parking which is unfortunate.  The good news is that they will be building a brand new nice parking lot in that area that will have more than double the available spots.

There will be no changes to 4th street complex.

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  1. All community leagues combine 5th and 6th graders.  Most even combine 3rd and 4th graders.
  2. We choose to not combine players from different grades on indvidual teams so kids can play with friends/classmates.  Also, if we combined grades all the 6th graders would do the pitching, shortstop etc. and lead to less development of 5th graders.   A couple 6th graders don't want to play on a team of mostly 5th graders and vice versa.
  3. There are four 5th grade teams and four 6th grade teams this year so they play each grade the same amount.  Half the games are against 5th grade teams and half against the 6th grade teams.  We try to create parity amongst the 5th grade teams and parity amongst the 6th grade teams but that does not create parity across the league as a whole
  4. Each year the fifth graders take their lumps and then the next year they are usually the top dogs.


High school and Youth Baseball Needs Umpires!!

Adults start at $35 per game for youth and you get 2 games per night or you could even due high school or travel baseball games for $75+ per game

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"Youth sports is dominated by adult emotions.  Shouldn't be that way. Was never meant to be that way. It's about the kids and only the kids.  Adults, stop hijacking the game from them, leave your personal desires at home and give the game back to them"

Code Of Conduct Reminders

Code of Conduct Reminders; These are set by Fondy Youth Baseball and the Fond du Lac School District and pertain to coaches, players, and all fans.

  1. Absolutely no swearing is allowed
  2. Smoking or chewing tobacco while at fields or on school property or in presence of kids is absolutely prohibited.  This is in effect at all locations of all games and includes practices as well as travel baseball games in other communities or at tournaments.
  3. No alcoholic beverages are allowed at any fields while a game or practice is underway.


1) Did you have fun?

2) Did you try your best?

3) Did you support your teammates?

4) Were you a positive leader?

5) What did you learn

And wrap it up by saying...

"I love watching you play"

Parent Guidelines for Youth and High School Parents

  • Act Your Age. You are, after all, an adult. Act in a way that makes your family and school proud.
  • Don’t Live Your Life Vicariously Through Your Children. High school sports are for them, not you. Your family’s reputation is not determined by how well your children perform on the field of play.
  • Let Your Children Talk to the Coach Instead of You Doing It for Them. High school athletes learn how to become more confident, independent and capable—but only when their parents don’t jump in and solve their problems for them. 
  • Stay in Your Own Lane. No coaching or officiating from the sidelines. Your role is to be a responsible, supportive parent—not a coach or official.
  • Remember, Participating in a High School Sport Is Not About Getting a College Scholarship. According to the NCAA, only about 2 percent of all high school athletes are awarded a sports scholarship, and the total value of the scholarship is only about $18,000.
  • Make Sure Your Children Know You Love Watching Them Play. Do not critique your child’s performance on the car ride home. Participating in high school sports is about character development, learning and having fun—not winning and losing.