Welcome to Lincoln Sox Baseball

The mission of the Lincoln Sox Baseball organization is to provide competitive opportunities for youth baseball players in Lincoln and surrounding communities, and to instill proper fundamentals and sound mechanics that prepare young players for high school and college levels of play.

Our goal as an organization is to teach sportsmanship, self-discipline, and teamwork. Coaches within the Sox Baseball program further develop each player's skills and abilities, and in doing so, build the player's character on and off the field, which in turn become lifelong traits for each player.

Most of all, the Sox organization strives to develop a passion and a love for the game within each player so that someday they are able to pass that love for the game on to others. We pride ourselves on having a strong sense of community among all the players, coaches, and families.

6th Annual Parents' Night

Our 6th annual Sox Parents’ Night is postponed to Saturday, March 27th.  It will be held at Rosie's Bar & Grill, starting at 6pm. We did hold a Facebook Live drawing for the cash raffle fundraiser typically drawn that night, and here is the list of winners:

$600  Dax Bokowski

$400  Lindsay Rhodes

$200  Molly Sass

$200  Kellie Wesslund

$100  Jeff Larson

$100  Jasper Hagedorn

$100 Milan Gates

  $50  Travis Neeman

  $50  Kyle Lingenfelter

  $50  Shawn Nowling

  $50  Jackie Bachman

  $50  Natasha Salem

  $50  Scott George

Thank you to our 2020 Sponsors

Give to Lincoln Sox Baseball

If you purchase anything on Amazon.com, use and save the link below to your favorites.  It's the same as the Amazon.com site, but it links your purchases to Lincoln Sox, Inc.  As a 501(c)(3) organization, Amazon.com will donate 0.5% of your purchases to the Lincoln Sox.  This is a win-win since nothing changes for you, and now your Amazon purchases will benefit Lincoln Sox Baseball. Thank you!

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