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WSLL Handbook / Bylaws

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2020 West Salem Little League Handbook and Bylaws

Est. 1974

 

 

West Salem Little League Mission Statement:

Promoting health, self-awareness, self-esteem and the education of our youth by empowering them to succeed.

 

Young Athletes Bill of Rights

· The right to participate in sports

· The right to participate at a level commensurate with each child’s maturity and ability

· The right to have qualified adult leadership

· The right to play as a child and not as an adult

· The right of children to share in the leadership and decision making of their sport participation

· The right to participate in safe and healthy environments

· The right to proper preparation for participation in sports

· The right to an equal opportunity to strive for success

· The right to be treated with dignity

· The right to have fun in sports

 

Volunteer Bill of Rights

· The right to be treated as a co-worker

· The right to a suitable assignment

· The right to know as much about the League as possible

· The right to proper training

· The right to continuing education

· The right to sound guidance and direction

· The right to a place to work

· The right to promotion and experience variety

· The right to be heard

· The right to be recognized

 

The Little League Pledge®

Purpose of West Salem Little League

 

I TRUST IN GOD

I LOVE MY COUNTRY AND WILL RESPECT ITS LAWS

I WILL PLAY FAIR AND STRIVE TO WIN BUT WIN OR LOSE I WILL ALWAYS DO MY BEST

 

Little League is a program of service to youth. It is geared to provide an outlet of healthful activity and training under good leadership in the atmosphere of wholesome community participation.

 

The organization is dedicated to helping children become good and decent citizens. It strives to inspire them with a goal and to enrich their lives towards the day when they must take their places in the world. It establishes the values of teamwork, sportsmanship, and fair play.

 

Field Work Days

Several field work days are scheduled in March to prepare the fields for play in April. Every family is requested to attend and help out at one or more field work days. Ongoing maintenance will occur once a month during the season on a Saturday morning or week night to prevent the fields from falling behind in maintenance.

 

Field maintenance must continue on a daily basis throughout the season. In June, an end of season Field Clean-Up day will be scheduled to take down the outfield fences and clean up after the season. Everyone is welcome and there is something for every skill level to do. Please join us every Field Day if you are available!

 

FIELD PREPARATION IS SUCCESSFUL

WHEN EVERYONE HELPS

~ SPEND AN HOUR, SPEND A DAY,

BUT PLEASE HELP!

PARENTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO HELP WITH FIELD PREP AND CLEAN-UP! Our Field Motto: Don’t ask if you can help – Just Help ©

 

Evaluations

Evaluations or Tryouts are typically held two weekends at the end of February or first of March. Please check the website to confirm the time and location of the tryouts.

 

West Salem Little League Website Address: https://tshq.bluesombrero.com/westsalemllor

 

The purpose of try-outs is to provide managers and WSLL board members the opportunity to evaluate players for the purpose of team selection.

 

This is mandatory for all players who will be starting in a new division, or who wish to not return to their same team within the same division from the previous season.

 

It is the responsibility of the player and their parents to be at tryouts at the appropriate times listed and be warmed up and ready to demonstrate their baseball/softball skills. You will be asked to come to the next set of try-outs if you are late or not prepared to take the field. The schedule is too tight to accommodate otherwise. All players must participate in at least one of the tryout sessions to be eligible for the draft. If you do not attend a tryout you may still be drafted to a team, but that decision is at the drafting managers discretion.

 

You can try out more than once.

 

Tryouts will give players the opportunity to demonstrate their basic baseball/softball skills: base running, fielding, catching, batting and pitching. Only Managers and appropriate Board members will be allowed on the field during tryouts.

 

Parents and players are NOT allowed to communicate in any way with Managers during Try-outs.

 

Volunteer Opportunities

 

West Salem Little League is a volunteer organization. Everyone from the President to the coaches and managers and umpires are volunteers. Now is the time for you to become involved. With your help, our young people will have the opportunity to learn the game of baseball or softball. We need volunteers in a variety of areas, from fieldwork to working in the concession stand, to helping out with fund-raising. No matter what the task, small or large, your time is greatly appreciated. Without volunteers this organization will not exist. Remember, the

success of our program depends entirely on the generosity of parents and community members who are willing to share their time, knowledge, patience, and love of baseball and softball.

 

Every team needs a manager, coaches, team parent, concession volunteer and scorekeeper. WSLL needs handy-persons to help with fix ups, volunteers to keep our fields clean and assistance in special events.

 

A new application must be completed each year. This process has no exceptions. Even if you have been cleared by your employer or another volunteer application we require our process to be cleared prior to approval for volunteering.

 

In order to offer the quality program WSLL is known for, we must all work together and share the responsibilities. We appreciate your time and commitment to our WSLL community! Thank you for considering.

 

Guidelines for Adults

 

Little League managers, coaches, and parents must be leaders. As leaders, we must recognize that we hold a position of trust and responsibility. It is important that managers and coaches have understanding, patience, and the capacity to work with youngsters.

 

Above all else, they must realize that they are helping to shape the physical, mental, and emotional development of young people.

 

It is not enough that candidates for managers and coaches have previous experience in the game. They must possess leadership ability and the know-how to work with young children. Training Little Leaguers in the fundamentals of teamwork, good sportsmanship, and discipline are attainable goals. It is the manager, coach and parents, more than anyone else who control the situation to which the players are exposed.

 

Youngsters of Little League age are strongly influenced by the adults who volunteer their time to help the overall development of children. They must possess leadership ability and the know-how to work with young children. The adult leaders must be

sensitive to the mental, emotional, and physical limitations of children of Little League age, and must recognize that the game is a vehicle of training and enjoyment, and not an end in itself. Training Little Leaguers in the fundamentals of teamwork, good sportsmanship, and discipline are attainable goals. It is the manager, coach and parents, more than anyone else who control the situation to which the players are exposed.

 

Spectators must also be attentive to the rules of good sportsmanship and are subject to removal from the playing fields if their conduct is contrary to the Little League philosophy. Each WSLL Board Member and Umpire Staff has the ability to ask a spectator to leave based on his or her behavior.

 

 Equipment

League Provided Equipment

Each player that signs up for West Salem Little League will receive the following:

• Baseball Hat or Softball Visor.

• T-Shirt with team name, number and sponsor’s name (AAA and below).

• Majors, Intermediate, Juniors and Seniors players will be provided jerseys.

 

Player Provided Equipment

Each WSLL player must provide the following equipment:

• Glove

• Baseball pants or softball shorts or pants

• Belt

• Shoes with non-metal cleats (except Juniors baseball may wear spikes)

• Socks

• Athletic supporters (male players only)

• Protective cup for all male players playing catcher for all levels from AA and above.

 

Parents should mark player’s names on all personal gear (gloves, hats, bats, batting gloves, helmets, etc.) to prevent loss.

 

Protective cups are recommended for all baseball players and mandatory for catchers. If a player wants to use his or her personal bat, the bat must conform to Little League rules.

 

Little League Bats: Little League has its own set of rules on what bats are approved. These rules and guidelines change annually. Please review the Approved Bat List at www.littleleague.org

 

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Registration Fees

What does the league do with money raised? The majority of WSLL’s income is used to pay for uniforms, equipment and field maintenance costs. The four main sources of income that support WSLL are registration fees, sponsorships, fund-raisers, and concessions.

 

In addition, the League funds provide scholarships to help those that cannot afford the registration fees and/or playing equipment (helmets, bats, balls, catchers’ gear, etc.). Funds are also spent on the Little League charter and insurance fees, web site, postage, utilities, porta-potty fees, first-aid kits, training materials and educational opportunities, umpires’ fees, league fees, storage unit fees, etc.

 

The WSLL Treasurer presents a financial statement for review by the Board at each monthly board meeting and an annual financial statement is reviewed by a tax professional licensed to practice before the IRS and filed with the IRS as required for WSLL to maintain its non-profit status. All expense’s must be reviewed, presented and approved by our WSLL Board of Directors and its voting members.

 

Scholarships

Little League believes that every child who desires to play baseball or softball should be provided an opportunity regardless of financial hardship. Scholarships are available for registration fees upon request submitted to the WSLL President or Treasurer.

 

Insurance

The Little League Insurance program is designed to afford protection to all participants the most economical cost to the local league. It is used as a secondary insurance. If there is no other coverage, Little League insurance (provided by the league) takes over and provides benefits for all covered injury treatment costs up to a maximum benefit. Players, managers, coaches, volunteers, officers, and volunteer umpires are covered by League insurance when participating in league activities. If your child sustains a covered injury while taking part in Little League baseball or softball:

 

1. File a claim initially with your family insurance carrier. File claim with Little League Insurance immediately. You only have 28 days to submit the first Little League claim.

 

2. If the player is not covered by family insurance, Little League insurance becomes the primary carrier and will provide benefits for all covered injury treatments up to the maximum benefit.

 

3. Treatment of dental injuries can be extended beyond the normal 52-week period if treatment must be delayed until the child is older.

 

4. Contact the WSLL President within 24 hours after suffering any injury while participating in a WSLL activity.

 

5. Immediately file an accident report with the safety officer, or any board member.

 

 

Refund Policy

 

The WSLL refund policy allows for a full refund up until the first scheduled date of evaluations/tryouts, a half refund after the date of the first evaluation/tryout session, and no refunds after the first date for team practice.

 

 

 

 

 

Fundraising and League Sponsors

 

WSLL has one fundraising event involving players for the whole season. All of the money that is raised will help our league to buy equipment, uniforms, first aid kits, etc. WSLL is a non-profit organization. Please support our fund-raiser and patronize our sponsors whenever possible. Without the support of our sponsors, registration fees would increase substantially. Team sponsors help to defray costs of outfitting each team in uniforms and equipment.

 

Proof of Age and Residency

 

A copy of the player’s birth certificate shall be presented at signup. If a player is signed up through on-line registration the copy of the player’s birth certificate still needs to be presented in person at the signup location during one of the signup times and approved by a District 7 Board Member.

 

A league can only accept player candidates who live within the geographic boundaries of the league. Verification of residency is required upon registration of a child. Either a driver’s license or voter’s registration card is acceptable to confirm permanent legal address. A temporary residence or residence of convenience (grandparents, relatives, friends, day care providers, etc.) is not permitted.

 

In situations where the parents are divorced or separated by Court Order, the residence of either party can be considered as the legal residence with the understanding that one or the other can make residency claim for the players, provided that parent is committed to helping the child actively participate in the WSLL. This election cannot change from year to year. Nor can the player candidate participate in two Little Leagues simultaneously.

 

Eligibility – League Age

 

Little League Baseball Inc. is a program of service to the youth. It is geared to provide an outlet of healthy activity and training under good leadership in the atmosphere of wholesome community participation. Boys and girls, ages 5 to 18 that live within the physical boundaries of the WSLL have the right to register and try out with parental consent. The eligibility dates listed below cannot be waived. No exceptions will be granted. To review your boundary, please see our District 7 website and boundary map.

 

• Baseball League Age: Please review League Age information at www.littleleague.org and enter your player's date of birth.

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• Softball League Age: Please review League Age information at www.littleleague.org and enter your player's date of birth.

 

Safety

 

We know the greatest treasure we have is a child. As adults, we must ensure that these young people are able to grow up happy, healthy and, above all, safe. Whether they are our children, or the children of others, each of us has a responsibility to protect them. They are our future, and an endless source of joy.

 

Like many national youth organizations, Little League seeks to attract the most qualified volunteers to administer our program at the local level. At the same time, we must be aware that this could make us a target for child abusers.

 

The Little League Child Protection Program, in place since 1997, has sought to educate children and volunteers in ways to prevent child abusers from becoming involved in the local league. Part of that education has been to assist local Little League volunteers in finding effective and inexpensive ways to conduct background checks. Use of the volunteer application became mandatory in 2013 if leagues were participating in ASAP (A Safety Awareness Program) and WSLL is participating.

 

Background checks are required of all volunteers. Recent advances in computer technology – allowing increased access to public records – make it possible for these background checks (to see if an individual is a registered sex offender in a given state) to be conducted in every U.S. state.

 

Background checks are conducted on Managers, Coaches, Board of Directors, members and any other persons, volunteers or hired workers, who provide regular service to the league and/or have repetitive access to, or contact with, players or teams.

 

The purpose of these background checks is, first and foremost, to protect children. Second, they maintain Little League as a hostile environment for those who would seek to do harm. Third, they will help to protect individuals and leagues from possible loss of personal or league assets because of litigation.

 

Failure to complete and submit the Volunteer Application Form by those required to do so will result in being barred from involvement of Little League. Failure by the local league to conduct the proper background checks may result in suspension or termination of the league’s charter and/or tournament privileges.

 

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please email the West Salem Little League President at [email protected]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Player Placement

 

Parents are encouraged to challenge their child to advance as their skills improve. Players with special needs or undeveloped skills may need to be held back until they are ready to move on. The player agents and the safety agent have the authority to make special arrangements – especially for 7 and 8-year-olds who may need to play up or down, based on ability. The goal should always be a place a child at a level in which they are challenged – but never one in which they can’t succeed.

 

Placement is done based on the desired division selected during the registration process. Our T-Ball and AA divisions are a placement division. Meaning no tryouts or draft will take place.

 

The AAA Division and above will participate in the draft process. This ensures fairness when assigning new players to teams within both divisions.

 

AAA Division and Above:

All players returning to WSLL in the AAA Division and above will return to their same team in that division from the previous season. If a returning player does not wish to play on the same team as the previous season, the parent/guardian of the player must contact the league President and provide a reason why the player wishes to be on another team. If approved, the player will have to attend at least one of the tryout dates. Coaches will not have the option to remove a player from the roster.

This will allow for the player to be evaluated and drafted to a new team. Any team with three or more returning players will not be able to claim additional draft picks for coaches sons/daughters that were not previously on the team unless they are a sibling of a player already on the team.


 

All players entering a new division will need to attend one of the tryout dates

 



The draft process will then proceed in accordance with little league regulations as follows:

West Salem Little League follows Draft Option A/B per Regulation V in the Little League Rulebook, additionally extending this to cover the AAA Division as well.

All eligible players (AAA and Above) will return to their teams from the previous spring season.

Teams will then fill all remaining roster spots with new division candidates.

 

 

 

The draft rotation follows the reverse order of finish from the previous season, with the last place team’s manager receiving the first pick in each round. The next to last place team gets the second selection and remaining teams select in reverse order. For the purpose of explanation, let’s assume there are 4 teams in the division.

 

 

First Round:

Fourth place manager selects the first player

Third place manager selects the second player

Second place manager selects the third player

First place manager selects the fourth player

 

Second Round:

Fourth place manager selects the fifth player

Third place manager selects the sixth player

Second place manager selects the seventh player

First place manager selects the eighth player

This continues each round until all roster spots are filled.

 

OPTIONS

There are four available draft options that allow for players to be retained by a certain team

1.     Brother/Sister Option

2.     Brother/Sister of player currently on team

3.     Sons/Daughters of Managers

4.     Sons/Daughters of Coaches

 

 

Options 2,3, and 4 must be submitted in writing to the Player Agent no later then 48 hours prior to the draft.

 

 

Option 1

Two or more siblings in the draft, first brother or sister is drafted. The manager automatically has the option to draft the other brother or sister on the next draft round. Failure to exercise this option makes the remaining sibling available to be drafted by any team

 

Option 2

The manager may submit an option on a draftee if the player candidate’s brother or sister is a member of the manager’s team. If an option is submitted, the manager MUST draft the sibling within the FIRST THREE draft selections

 

Option 3

If a manager has a son/daughter eligible for the draft, the manager must exercise this option at or before the specified round as outlined below. Parent/Manager option takes priority over any other option.

 

Option 4

New coaches shall not be appointed nor approved until after the draft. A returning coach may exercise this option through the manager provided:

  • The coach has served as a coach or manager (at any level) for the past two years, AND

  • The coach is returning to the same major league team as last year.

     

    TRADES

     

    A manager may trade a player up to 14 days after the first scheduled game. All trades must be through and with the approval of the Player Agent. Minor League players may not be traded for Major League players. All trades must be player for player. Trades involving a player for draft choices are not permitted.

     

    ALL TRADES MUST BE FOR A JUSTIFIABLE REASON AND APPROVED BY THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS.

     

     

    Options Draft Round Chart for Baseball and Softball

     

Baseball Round

Majors

50/70

Juniors

Seniors

5

9-10

11

12

13-14

4

11

12

13

15

3

12

13

14

16

 

Softball Round

Majors

Juniors

Seniors

5

9-10

12

13-14

4

11

13

15

3

12

14

16

 

Divisions of Play

 

A summary of the Divisions of Play for WSLL is provided below.

 

Tee Ball*: League ages five to seven-year-old boys and girls. All league age five and six-year old’s must play Tee Ball and we strongly recommend that all first-time league seven year old’s play Tee Ball as well. There are no pitched balls--all balls are hit off the batting tee. There are no strikeouts. All players bat even if they are not playing defensively at the time. All players must play nine defensive outs or three 5 run defensive innings. There is a five-run limit per inning rule; however, there will be no official tally of the runs. There is no base stealing. Tee Ball is limited to four meetings per week, including games and practices. There are 12-15 players on the roster of each team. WSLL Tee Ball will be co-educational if needed.

 

AA*: League ages seven to ten-year-old boys and girls. All players bat, even if they are not playing defensively at the time. There is a five-run limit per inning rule. Four outfielders are allowed. Doubles are permitted if the ball is hit in the outfield and the baserunner advances on the hit and not errors made. AA is limited to four meetings per week, including games and practices. There are 12 to 15 players on the roster of each team. All balls are pitched by a pitching machine. AA softball girls will play other West Salem AA softball teams but will also interleague with other teams from District 7 if the opportunity is available. Interleague play will require travel to other facilities within District 7. Interleague is only done when necessary at this level, due to less than four teams and if board approved. An at bat will be considered over when the batter has performed 3 swings, or 7 pitches have been delivered or an out is made by regular baseball or softball rules. If the batter has 2 strikes he/she will be allowed an additional foul ball, the next swing must be fair. No stealing is allowed at the AA Level. If a player has participated in a complete season at any given level of play, that player may not play down a division the following season.

 

 

AAA*: League ages eight to eleven-year-old boys and girls. Standard Little League pitching rules prevail. AAA is limited to four meetings per week, including games and practices. A tryout and draft will be held for this division. Five run rule applies to each half inning except the last inning. No new inning starts after 1 hour and 20 minutes. Official time is decided by the plate umpire and time starts when the defensive team takes the field. Last inning is an open inning and the umpire will notify each team when the open inning begins. To encourage the development of all players, managers must rotate playing time evenly between the infield and outfield for each player over the course of the season. The catching and pitching positions will be considered infield positions for the purpose of this rule. There are 12 players on the roster of each team and team configuration changes each year for baseball and softball. AAA softball girls will play other West Salem AAA softball teams but will also interleague with other teams from District 7 if the opportunity is available. Interleague play will require travel to other facilities within District 7. There may be Interleague Rules to consider and will be District 7 approved and shared. These rules may differ from our WSLL Bylaws. Interleague play is decided on the number of teams we are able to field and will be decided on by our WSLL Board of Directors. Managers will have the option to field 4 outfield positions during gameplay with other WSLL teams. Players will only be allowed to steal 2nd and 3rd base until May 19th. After May 19th, players are able to steal 2nd, 3rd and home plate. If a player has participated in a complete season at any given level of play, that player may not play down a division the following season.

 

Majors*: League ages 9 to 12-year-old boys and girls. Standard Little League playing rules prevail. When playing our own WSLL teams we will be batting the line up. Interleague Rules decide batting options and must be respected during those games. Majors are limited to four meetings a week, including games and practices. Players must participate in tryouts and be drafted to teams. There are twelve players on the roster of each team and team configuration changes each year for baseball and softball. If a player has participated in a complete season at any given level of play, that player may not play down a division the following season.

 

*Managers and coaches in this division may not wear conventional baseball or softball uniforms or shoes with metal spikes.

 

Intermediate (50/70) Baseball: League age 11 to 13-year-old boys. Intermediate baseball is played on a 70’ diamond with 50’ pitching distance. Meetings are not limited. Double headers and Sunday games are allowed for baseball. Games are played throughout the District 7 area. There are 12 to 14 players on the roster of each team and team configuration changes each year. Managers and coaches in this division may wear conventional baseball or softball uniforms, but not shoes with metal spikes. Interleague Rules prevail in this division and will be shared with our managers prior to the season beginning.

 

Juniors: League age 13 and 14-year-old boys and girls. 15-year old may play Juniors subject to approval of the District 7 Administrator. Juniors games are played on a standard 90’ diamond for baseball and 60’ diamond for softball. Meetings are not limited. Double headers and Sunday games are allowed for baseball. Softball will be limited to weekdays to allow for inter-leaguing and ASA, etc. play. Games are played throughout the District 7 area. There are 12 to 14 players on the roster of each team and team configuration changes each year for baseball and softball. Managers and coaches in this division may wear conventional baseball or softball uniforms, but not shoes with metal spikes. Interleague Rules prevail in this division and will be shared with our managers prior to the season beginning.

 

Seniors: League age 14 to 16-year-old-boys and girls. Seniors games are played on a standard 90’ diamond for baseball and a 60’ for softball. Meetings are not limited. Double headers and are allowed. Games are played throughout the District 7 area. There are 12 to 14 players on the roster of each team and team configuration changes each year. Managers and coaches in this division may wear conventional baseball or softball uniforms, but not shoes with metal spikes.

 

 

Challenger Division: The Challenger Division of Little League Baseball is a program for mentally and physically disabled youth to enjoy the benefits of Little League participation in an athletic environment structured to their abilities. More than the skills of baseball learned through the experience, the value of the Little League Challenger Division is found in the proven therapeutic and socialization benefits of participation in sports, the strengthening of the participants self-esteem, the opportunities to mainstream into other divisions of play, and the disciplines of teamwork, citizenship, and fair play. Contact the WSLL President at [email protected] for more information.

 

Minimum Play

 

In all games between West Salem Little League teams (Major’s level and above) every player(s) involved on a team roster will participate in each game for a minimum of six (6) consecutive defensive outs and bat at least one (1) time. Inter-league games shall revert to Section IV (i) as written in the Little League Official Regulations and Playing Rules.

 

All Stars

 

At the end of the regular season and league tournament play All Star teams are selected to compete in post-season play at the District 7 All Star tournament. WSLL is eligible to field baseball and softball teams at the Seniors, Juniors, Intermediate Baseball, Majors 10-11-12, 9-10-11 and 8-9-10 levels of play.

 

A player is eligible for All Star play if he or she has participated in at least 60% of his/her team’s regular season games.

 

To be considered for an All-Star team your player/parent must submit the player's name for approval.
All West Salem Little League All-Star Team Rosters will be selected after a tryout process has commenced.

 

Selection to a WSLL All Star team is an honor. If a player signs up to be considered for All Star play he/she must understand that a higher level of commitment of his/her time is required.

 

Every year the number of players that sign up for All Star consideration varies as does the number of kids eligible to play at the various All-Star age levels. In some years, more AAA players may be needed to fill the 8-9-10 All Star roster and in some years WSLL has been permitted to field two 8-9-10 All Star teams, as an example.

 

All Star practices typically start soon after All Stars are announced on, or before, June 15th and may occur almost daily until tournament play begins at the end of June or early July. Tournament Dates are not announced during the consideration process. Dates will be released as soon as we have them. Please understand this could be done after All Star announcement is made. If your player is considering this, please take your June and July schedules into the planning process.

 

An additional time commitment is required of the player if an All-Star team wins the District 7 tournament and advances to play in an Oregon state tournament.

 

Players and their families should understand that the minimum play per game for All Stars is one at bat and three consecutive defensive outs. There is no continuous batting order in All Star competition. Some players will play the minimum and others will play more as per the higher level of competition at the All-Star tournament.

 

Little League does not charge a fee to play in All Stars, but players will need to purchase their All-Star uniform (which they keep), banners, pins, etc...

 

The tentative schedule for District 7 All Stars is shown within the WSLL Calendar, when available. The District 7 website (www.eteamz.com/ordistrict7) will have more detailed information in mid-June of each season.

 

Below are guidelines for player and manager selection to All Stars.

 

1. All Star Player Selections will be based upon an evaluation during the All Star Team Tryouts.

2. All-Star Manager Selection will be made by the WSLL President in accordance with Little League rules.

 

Fall Ball

 

Fall Ball, or the District 7 fall baseball league, typically starts the first Sunday after Labor Day and goes for 5-6 weeks. Single games or double headers could be played against other teams in District 7 with slightly different rules than the regular season to allow for development of players and honing skills of more seasoned players.

 

Typically, there are one or no practices during the week however, there may be some instructional practices on Sunday if time is available. Because Fall Ball is less formal, the cost is significantly reduced. Availability of Fall Ball is subject to availability of WSLL volunteers to organize player signups, scheduling, equipment and uniforms. We do not hold tryouts or have an official draft. Teams are based on registration totals and division availability. Fall Ball is really meant for player development and instruction. It is not designed to be as competitive as regular season play.

 


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