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Frequently Asked Questions

How long does the season last?

  • Teams start to form around the end of February through the first week of March
  • Practices start around first or second week of March
  • Games start around the first week of April and last through the first week of June
  • For the minors and majors division, there are also post-season opportunities to play and coach.  

What is the time commitment?  

The schedule will vary during the season.  The number of teams vary season to season, thus we cannot set specific days for each division to play.

  • T-Ball and Single A:  Preseason, teams usually practice twice a week for one hour.  Once the season starts, there are usually two games a week, one during the week with games at 6:00 pm and one on Saturday.  The games last three innings and are usually over in a hour and a half.  Once games begin, the number of practices is at the discretion of the coach but usually no more than 1 a week.
  • Double A:  Preseason teams usually practice twice a week, for a hour and a half.  Once the season starts, there are usually two six-inning games a week generally lasting about two hours.  Coaches may continue to have one to two practices a week.
  • Minors and Majors: Preseason teams usually practice twice a week for an hour and half to two hours.  Once the season starts, there are usually two six-inning games a week generally lasting about two hours.  Most coaches have their teams arrive 45 minutes to an hour before games.  Coaches continue to have one to two practices a week during the season.

Will my son or daughter be on a team with friends

  • T-Ball, Single A and Double A: We generally try to accommodate friend and coach requests. Teams are generally grouped by similar elementary schools.  Please mark your requests via  the online registration form.
  • Minors and Majors: Friend and coach requests cannot be accommodated.  Teams are selected through a skills assessment and draft in order to balance skills across the teams.   Players with siblings in the same division may have the option to be drafted to the same team.

What equipment do I need?

All players should be bring a baseball glove and wear cleats (or athletic shoes).  It is highly recommended that younger players wear a cup and athletic supporter.  It is mandatory at the Minors and Majors level to wear a cup and athletic supporter.

Baseball equipment bags are provided to coaches.  This bag includes catcher's equipment, catcher's mitt, helmets, bats, tee, and throw down bases.  A dozen balls are provided to each team.  The equipment bags are returned at the end of the season while the balls are for the coaches to keep.

Uniforms which include a numbered shirt and hat are provided prior to the first game.  Players need to furnish their own baseball pants.

NEW USA BAT STANDARD

Tee Ball and Single A Divisions (Bats used with approved Tee Balls) All bats 26" and shorter are grandfathered in with WRLL provided USA Bat sticker. Bats 27" and longer must be stamped with USA Bat logo. WRLL will also provide at least 2 USA Tee Ball Bats per team.   

Double A, Minors, Majors and 50/70 Divisions (Bats used with approved Little League Baseballs) All games at the Double A, Minors, Majors and 50/70 divisions will be played with USA Bats. WRLL will also provide a selection of USA Bats for each division