2017 Board of Directors

Longmont Baseball League
Policy Statement

The Longmont Baseball League seeks to be the premier youth baseball league serving families in the St. Vrain Valley School district boundaries and surrounding communities in a manner which fully utilizes our mission and focus.

This policy statement will be implemented through the following Strategic Values:

DIVERSITY OF SKILL LEVELS: A league where the level of competitiveness chosen is enjoyable for the player and family; where youth ages 5-18 can enjoy summer recreational baseball while continuing with the tradition of allowing friends to play together; where year-round competitive / travel baseball opportunities are provided to youth ages 8-18; offering varying degrees of competitiveness to the highest available levels.

AFFORDABILITY: Providing access to baseball for all families including those needing scholarships to participate.

CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT: Players will learn valuable life skills including teamwork, sportsmanship, character development, and winning and losing with mutual respect and integrity.

SKILL DEVELOPMENT: Teaching baseball fundamentals is a valued and is stressed to coaches at all levels. Player high-school readiness remains a long-term focus. Camps and clinics are provided to aid in improving baseball skills and a greater understanding of the game.

HIGH QUALITY EXPERIENCE: Training is offered to both coaches and umpires because quality performance at their respective positions helps create an enjoyable league experience.

COMMUNITY-MINDED: To be a highly valued partner in our community through advocacy of our mission; partnership with the city and businesses as we bring in revenue to the area with tournaments; and value to families as we teach our youth important life and athletic skills. We also offer employment opportunities to teenagers and adults as umpires where valuable life skills like responsibility and self-confidence are gained.

LONG-TERM RESPONSIBILITY AND FOCUS: The community can trust the league to be fiscally responsible and operate in a sustainable manner so as to be a positive influence for generations to come. We seek to be a league that honors past baseball traditions while celebrating and encouraging today's young athletes, all while maintaining a focus to foster a love for the game.


The Longmont Baseball League Board of Directors meets the 2nd Monday of each month, unless otherwise indicated at 6:30pm at the LBL batting cages. The public is always invited unless noted. If you would like to make a presentation or to be placed on the Agenda contact the LBL office 720-684-6286

2017 Scheduled Board meetings
January 13th
Febuary 22nd
March 20th
April 17th
May 15th
August 21st
September 18th
October 23rd
November 20th
December 18th


By-Laws


 
2017 LBL Board of Directors & Staff
  • Bobby Martinez President

  • Bill Smellage Vice-President

  • Chris Martin Treasurer

  • Wes Hood Secretary

  • Shawn Kroeger Board Member

  • Jim Wardell Board Member

  • Brian Hall Board Member

  • Brian Bagley Board Member

  • Jim Skrine Board Member

  • John Bolders Board Member

  • Lorri Vandiver Registrar

  • Steve Mathias Staff