The Milford International Little League strives to provide a positive environment for learning baseball & softball in Milford, CT.

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Steps to become a 2007 Manager for Softball or Baseball

  1. Download or obtain the 2007 Volunteer Application form and submit by February 15 to either the Softball VP Brian Rowland or Baseball VP Rich Lasky;
  2. Include a $10 fee with your application to cover background checks and rulebook,
    cash or check payable to "MILL"; *
    *You can pay an optional additional fee of $30 ($40 total) to be added to the 2007 LL national "Coaches Registry" and receive:
    Electronic Rulebooks
    DVD training materials
    Little League® Official Coach and Manager Training program manual
    Deep discounts on items purchased through the Little League® online store
  3. Send an email to the League President explaining your qualifications and why
    you are aptly qualified to manage Little League baseball.  Send to by February 15.
  4. Attend the February 1 and March 1 general meetings of MILL ;
  5. Familiarize yourself with the "Latest Rule Changes" from LL national;
  6. New Coach Pitch and T-Ball managers are often assigned after the March 1 date and will be required to attend at least one coaching clinic at the direction of the Coaching Coordinator, Al Corsi, dates to be determined, or attend an Eastern Regional Coaching Clinic as substitute.
Upon completion of these steps, the Executive Board will review candidates submitted by the President for managerial consideration.  Managers will be notified of selections by Feb. 28.  As per LL rules, no manager has tenure and no reason for non-selection will be given.  Often, the case is that there are more candidates than spots, so Managers with experience and a record of service (volunteering, participation in events, etc.) are highly considered by the Board.  Disqualifying factors for any manager or coach position on the background checks are domestic related criminal issues and or serious felony issues, or listing on any state sex offender list, at the discretion of the League and LL baseball.  All background check information is kept confidential and is destroyed annually after review.