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Pitch, Hit, and Run

Join us for this year's Pitch, Hit, and Run, on Friday, June 10th!

 

Pitch, Hit, and Run Registration and Details


When:  June 10th, 2022
Time:    5pm to 7pm
Where: Mount Si High School (Softball Field)

Pitch, Hit, & Run (Registration)
If you registered previously for the May PHR event your registration is still good

New Registrations:  Snoqualmie Valley Little League : Pitch Hit & Run (2022) (leagueapps.com)

Pitch, Hit, and Run is free and we’d love for every softball and baseball player league age 7-14 to register and compete. While the winner in each age group for softball and baseball can advance to the next level of competition (sectionals at T-Mobile Park), this event is meant to be fun and friendly experience for all.

Major League Baseball Pitch Hit & Run (PHR) is a free event for boys and girls ages in four age groups: 7/8, 9/10, 11/12, 13/14. PHR is the official skills competition of Major League Baseball.  Participants compete in either the Baseball Division or Softball Division and have the opportunity to advance through four levels of competition including Locals, Sectionals, Team Championships and the National Finals during MLB All-Star Week. Click here to verify your child’s League Age.

The Pitch

Each competitor receives six (6) attempts to hit the designated "Strike Zone".

The PITCH portion of the program will test how accurately a competitor can throw strikes to a designated "Strike Zone" target from a designated distance (35 feet for the softball division and 45 feet for the baseball division). Any method of underhand/overhand pitching or throwing is accepted. An attempt hitting ANY portion of the target will be deemed a strike. Strikes will be kept for score.

The Hit

Each competitor will be allowed three (3) swings in an attempt to hit the ball.

The HIT portion of the program will test a competitor's ability to hit from a stationary batting tee, along a tape measure from home plate, toward straight-away centerfield. Hits will be measured for distance and accuracy. Best ball will be kept for score. 

The Run

The competitor will start at second base or the indicated start line.

The RUN portion of the program will measure a competitor's speed in a sprint from the start line, touching third base, and touching home plate. ALL participants will run a total of 120 feet.


This event will take a small army of volunteers to keep it fun and safe for our players. To help out, contact our PHR Coordinator Julie Richman (julie.ric[email protected] Everyone is encouraged to watch and cheer on all players who participate!

 

Contact

Snoqualmie Valley Little League

Snoqualmie Valley Little League, PO Box 351
North Bend, Washington 98045

Email: [email protected]

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