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Why Baseball?

Did you hear about youth baseball from a friend or neighbor and want to find out more? 

First, you're in the right spot.  Our program is for boys and girls between the ages of 4 and 16. Registration for our Spring Season opens in October, we start practicing in late January, and we play games from March thru May.  We also offer a Fall Season as well, with registration opening in July, practices starting in August, and games being played from September thru mid-November.

Our site has a tremendous amount of info so please read through the information on all the tabs. Can't find what you are looking for? Just email us and we'll be happy to chat with you. 

Baseball, known as America's pastime, has captivated kids for decades. Don't worry if your kid has never played, as most kids here haven't so your child is not at a disadvantage.  

Little League is structured into 4 levels

Level #1 --- The Local Little League

Each Little League program is organized within a community. As part of a league's charter it establishes its own boundaries with certain restrictions. It is only from within this boundary that the league may register its players.

Click Here to see if your address falls within our boundary!  If it doesn't, have no fear...  As long as your child goes to a school that is located within our boundary then they will still be eligible to play with us!

Level #2 --- The District

For administrative and tournament purposes, roughly 10 to 20 leagues in a given area usually comprise a district. The District Administrator is an experienced volunteer elected by the local league Presidents to counsel, direct, and provide leadership in the policies and rules of the Little League program and to serve as liaison between the leagues and the Regional Director.

Level #3 --- The Region

The District Administrators report to the Regional Director, of which there are five in the United States. As part of the staff of Little League Baseball, Incorporated, the Regional Directors work out of Regional Centers at Warner Robins, Georgia; San Bernardino, California; Indianapolis, Indiana, Bristol, Connecticut, and Waco, Texas. Representatives for the International regions of Little League maintain offices in Puerto Rico, Canada, Japan and Poland.

Level #4 --- International Headquarters

Little League operations are led by Stephen D. Keener, President and Chief Executive Officer of Little League Baseball. Mr. Keener responds to the Little League Board of Directors, which includes nine field District Administrators elected to rotating terms by fellow District Administrators at the Congresses.

The full-time staff members of Little League Baseball, Incorporated, work with District Administrators, their assistants, and local league officials in developing new leagues, coordinating tournaments, and assisting in the overall operation of a local league program. Worldwide, there are about 110 full-time Little League employees (about one for every 40,000 children and adult volunteers).

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