All Cambridge little league divisions meet to practice together

All Cambridge little league divisions meet to practice together

a description of first coming together of divisions

As the weather gets warmer and the days get longer, the little league is on the horizon. For the first time in Cambridge Little League history, the four divisions got together at the Cambridge High School for what is known as city-wide baseball. Instead of the children being divided by geographical location; they are separated by age groups. As the children all sat together on the gym floor; they were addressed by the President's of Central, North, West And East. All of these leaders stressed the importance of fundamentals.
Bob Blum and Anthony Gallucio headed up a team of coaches from each of the four divisions and a group of leaders from an organization known as baseball 108 Dan Blum is the architect of all of the drills that transpired; not only on this day but also for the following two Saturdays. Mayor Marc McGovern was on hand not only for the players, but the parents and coaches as well. His appearance is not just for this particular day. He also has been seen on many baseball fields during the regular season. How great it is to have the Mayor of Cambridge be so involved in the Cambridge Little League.
Base running, fielding, throwing hitting were just some of the drills which were taught and practiced on this Saturday. The two hours of baseball seemed to go by quickly. The players all got a chance to be taught the correct ways to play baseball.
Kudos to all of the coaches and dignitaries from Cambridge who gave their time for the sole purpose of making Cambridge Little League baseball players the best they can be.