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Dec, 2021

2022 Season Registrations are Open

Rainier District Little League

Dear RDLL Community: 

Believe it or not, another season of Rainier District Little League is upon us, and we are excited to announce that registrations are now open for all divisions. Please go to and sign up. 


Open Registration All Divisions

December 19, 2021

Skills Day for Kid Pitch Baseball (Majors, Minors, Rookies)

February 5, 2022

Close of Registration for Kid Pitch Baseball

currently on Wait List

Close of Registration for Softball, Coach Pitch, Tee and Toss, & Teeball

February 28, 2022

RDLL Opening Day and Jamboree

March 26, 2022

RDLL All-Star Team Organization Begins 12u, 11u, 10u

Week of May 21st

Kid Pitch Playoffs/Tournament of Champions

June 5 – 14

RDLL End of Regular Season

June 11, 2022

All Star Tournaments

Late June-Mid July


Letter from RDLL President

My name is Scott Walker, and I am beyond excited to be the new President of Rainier District Little League. RDLL is a 100% volunteer driven organization, and we can always use help. I want to start off by thanking last year's volunteers; from our board members to coaches to umpires and team parents. It takes a strong community of volunteers to provide a safe and fun environment for the 500+ kids playing softball and baseball. We always have opportunities available that can meet the needs of the time that you have to offer from coaching or umpiring to the Snack Shack to Event involvement. Thank you to all of those that have volunteered to be on this year’s leadership team and board positions. You can view our new board here.

RDLL is also a registered non-profit and qualifies for volunteer matching if the company you work for has an available program. Additionally, RDLL qualifies as a tax-deductible donation, so please keep us in mind if you are thinking of making a tax-deductible donation as we get to the end of the year. We also offer sponsorship opportunities if you, or your company, are interested in sponsoring a team for the 2022 season. Please email [email protected] if you have any questions. 

There are three volunteers that I would like to personally mention, Lee Dunham, Jason Loui and John Wright.

Lee has held numerous roles within RDLL and for the past two years he has served in an advisory role as the out-going president on the Board. He was responsible for taking over the management of our league four years ago and continued to build on the strong foundation that was built before us. Lee, thank you for your years of service with RDLL! 

For those that have had the pleasure to work with Jason Loui, you understand his commitment to the league and our community. He has been volunteering and an essential part of RDLL for over a decade. Jason has continued to volunteer even after his youngest kid moved on from little league. Jason was active on the executive leadership team and was there to support the league. THANK YOU, Jason!

John Wright has been the president of RDLL for the last two years and he did an incredible job managing the board during a pandemic. His love of the game and commitment to kids in our league was always at the forefront. John was committed to bringing in a new set of volunteers at the board level and handing off a stronger organization for the next generation of ball players. The good news is that John has agreed to stay on the board in an outgoing president role. When you see John this year, please take the time to thank him for everything that he has done over the years to make RDLL what it is today.

2022 Season

We are predicting another record number of children to play ball in RDLL. Last year we had over 450 players and this year we are hoping to reach 550 players. Please reach out to your friends and family and invite them to join our community!!  Here are a few pieces of news and information about the upcoming season.

We are currently planning the 2022 season. Putting on a season that is, first, safe and fun has always been our mission. Focusing on the safety of all our players, coaches, umpires, and volunteers will be even more important considering the pandemic. While we will strive to have things be as "normal" as possible, it will all depend on the guidelines set forth by state and local health officials.
We are reviewing guidelines from local, state, and federal health officials and Little League. We will share more details as we have them, but as you can imagine there are many scenarios that we are still working out. Additionally, the precautions that we take may change throughout the season as COVID conditions change in our community. Please know that we are working hard on this, and we appreciate your patience while we work through the details. 

Please be sure to add those key dates mentioned above to your calendars.

The common thread in all this, is our love for our children, community and the joy of playing a game like softball or baseball. As a parent and a coach, it means everything to see the pride on a kid’s face after being acknowledged by a teammate or coach for a big hit, a great play, or a gutsy effort. But even more special is the sight of a community rising-up to support its youth so that they may all have this experience.

Let’s play ball.
Have a safe and happy holiday season.

All the best,
Scott Walker
RDLL President

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