Elite is excited to invite you to compete in our brand-new Indoor Hitting League! Powered by HitTrax, the world’s first and only baseball simulator, players will get a chance to work on their hitting skills and compete with their friends in a fun and safe environment! The Indoor Hitting League consists of eight teams of 5-6 players per team and lasts six weeks. Every game night, each team plays two, 30-minute/7 inning double headers. Team and individual stat leaders (home runs, hits, and batting average) standings will be kept and posted online and at the facility.
Email: [email protected]
Address: 5930 Clyde Park Ave SW
Wyoming, MI 49509
FACILITY & PRO-SHOP HOURS
Friday: 11am-Close time varies (check eSoft day of)
FOR TRYOUT INFO - CLICK THE LINK BELOW
The purpose of this policy is to create a fair and consistent way to collect fees while establishing guidelines and expectations for both parents and coaches. We realize that players and their families sometimes suffer financial hardships. For that reason, we offer several options such as sponsorships and fundraising to assist in obtaining assistance in paying player fees.
$1,000 per player. Price includes a helmet, two pairs of pants, two personalized jerseys, two pair of socks, t-shirt, window decal, team access to the indoor practice facility and a team tournament budget of $5000.
Upon Contract Signing - $200
September 20th - $200
October 20th - $200
November 20th - $200
January 20th - $200
If a player leaves the organization prior to the payment due dates, scheduled payments will be canceled.
Team Fund Raising Fee:
$1000 per team per season. Due each season by December 1st.
100 percent of all sponsorship monies received will go directly to the player receiving the sponsorship. Only money paid by participant can be refunded, no sponsorship money can be refunded as cash. Sponsor money above the $1,000 player fee can be used for softball related items and activities and will require a receipt submission.
The initial uniform order will placed October 1st. If players are added after this time additional fees that are incurred may be charged to the player.
Each team will be allotted a tournament budget of $5,000 based on 12 players minus $300 for each player under 12 players. (Example: if a team has 11 players, their tournament budget will be $4,700). This will be available upon the payment completion of all players on that specific team as well as the $1,000 team fund raising fee. Teams that wish to participate in a fall league or tournament may do so if all player payments are up to date.
At the conclusion of the season, parents may request a list of all expenditures. Parents are encouraged to contact a board member throughout the season with any questions about money spent or to request to see a copy of the bank statements.
Player Refund Policy:
No refunds will be given after payments are received on the payment due date. In the event of injuries or other unforeseen circumstances, requests for refunds will be reviewed by the Association Board at the end of the season.
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