The Lakeshore Senior Baseball League (L.S.B.L.) is a 3 Division (sometimes 4 Division) league that firmly believes that every player who wants to play “real” baseball should have the opportunity to do so, at a competitive level according to one’s playing ability. The L.S.B.L. has no age restrictions, with the exception that one must be 18 years of age or older, in order to play in the league.

 

The L.S.B.L. adopts a variety of rules designed specifically for its league. For example: every player must play in the game, every player must have his / her at bats, a variety of pitching rules are implemented in order to keep the games fair, a variety of “mercy” rules are used in order to keep the games moving and certain time constraints also apply at certain times.

 

The Lakeshore Senior Baseball League encourages a “team” entry format into the league, but it will also accept players on an individual basis if space in the league permits it.

 

The L.S.B.L. plays a twenty (20) game regular season, followed by league playoffs which include all teams.

 

The L.S.B.L. also tries to host a variety of “fun” events throughout the regular season, should field time be available for such extra events.

 

The present (2018) year’s L.S.B.L. season is over-seen by the following group of administrators.

Angelo Ciccia

Angelo Ciccia

President

President

Fred Lachance

Vice–President

Vice–President

Rod Francis

Umpire in Chief

Umpire in Chief