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Field Preparation for the Spring 2020 Season!

By CRLL, 03/11/20, 3:45PM PDT


Jacob Alwazani uses a metal detector to locate the metal pegs for the pitcher's plate.

CRLL Fields Directors Chris Kindell and Jason Smith led field rehabilitation efforts on Saturday February 29th and every day through the week until Sunday March 9th.  Volunteers worked together for over 70 person-hours to prepare the fields for the upcoming Little League season.


  • Rebuilt Field #1 (Majors) pitcher's mound
  • Rebuilt Field #1 home plate area and batter's boxes.
  • Replacement of outfield fence cap on Field #1 outfield fence
  • Installation of temporary outfield fence on Field #3. 
  • Installation of new signage to replace older worn signs
  • Installation of shade screens for Field #3 dugout and bleachers
  • Installation of shade screens in common areas
  • Installation of shade screens for Field #1 sunset hazard
  • Painting of three backstops
  • Pressure washing of bleachers
  • Locating pitcher's plate pegs under compacted clay on Field #3
  • Snack Shack clean-out, maintenance, and restocking

As a registered non-profit organization, CRLL takes care to spend our limited funds in ways that benefit our community, our kids, and the games of baseball and softball. Every year we allocate thousands of dollars in materials and hundreds of hours in volunteer labor to help maintain and improve the facilities we use.  We are grateful for past CRLL donors whose time and donations provided the infrastructure we all enjoy today:  dugouts, scoreboards, lights, batting cage, fencing, sod, concrete, grading and leveling labor, and much more. CRLL is committed to making sure the facilities are maintained and are a source of pride for the community.   

Thank you to all of our current and ongoing sponsors and volunteers for helping make our fields look great. It's more than just a place to play ball.... it's about creating a gathering spot where all members of the community can meet up, socialize, enjoy a meal, and create memories with their families.