Rangers vs. Indians American
Padres vs. Dodgers National Cardinals vs. Cubs National
Rockhounds vs. Mudhens Peanut Scrappers vs. Hooks Peanut
Hello CVLL Baseball Fans!
Please note, registration for the 2015 season is now closed. Please email the the registar is you have any questions, or want to be added to the waiting list.
All teams have been formed, and the coaches should have reached out to the parents and players by now. The teams and schedules will be updated before the start of the season - you can track your teams progress, schedule and record from these pages starting in March.
Here's to a great Spring Season!
Here is a good write-up on the Little League Age change. A must read to help understand what the league age change is about, how it could effect your player and how it effects CVLL.
From left to right, Bobby Bloomgren, Manager Tom Sheehan, Garrett Clarke, Michael Lipp, Evan Sutherland, Blake Augustine, Alex Mueller, Garrett Flynn, Scott Sheehan, Josh Block, Alex Rabushka, Tyler Quartararo, Coach Mike Sheehan & Coach Glenn Zweifel.
The CVLL Juniors Division District All-Star team won their District 13 championship and the Section 1 Championship!
We would like to thank Exer – More Than Urgent Care for being the HOME RUN Sponsor this year!
Exer – More Than Urgent Care in Newbury Park (Thousand Oaks) offers walk-in patients access to friendly board certified emergency medicine doctors.
Days & Hours: 7 days a week, 9:00am-9:00pm
This year at Fiore fields, all teams must commit volunteers to help run the snack shack. To view your team's volunteer dates, please click here to go to the schedule.
CRPD Fees: What are they and why do I have to pay them?
Conejo Recreation Park District (CRPD) administers and maintains all of the city’s fields and parks for the City of Thousand Oaks. This includes our CVLL baseball fields at Fiore, Waverly, and Dover.
For 48 years, CVLL enjoyed permitted use of the baseball fields free of charge, as CRPD absorbed the costs of maintenance and utilities within their tax payer supported budget. In 2012, CRPD began charging CVLL for permitted use of the baseball fields in order to cover the ever increasing costs in maintenance and utilities. As CVLL operates as a Not-For-Profit entity, we receive a discounted rate from CRPD, and CRPD absorbs the balance. Despite the discounted rate, field use fees have become a significant part of CVLL’s operating costs.
For the 2015 Spring Season, there will be no increase in your registration Fair Share Donation, however, the CRPD Field Use Fee will be increasing from $25.00 to $45.00 per player. As a reminder, CVLL’s status as a Not-For-Profit organization may allow you to deduct your child’s registration Fair Share Donation as a charitable donation. We appreciate your understanding of this situation and sincerely wish we did not have to pass this cost along to you.
If you have any questions in regards to the Field Use Fees, please contact any CVLL board member, CRPD board member (list found HERE), or CRPD directly at (805) 495-6471.