Fall Ball Registration Closes August 15th, 2018

Please register at www.wrll.org our new website moving forward

Fall ball is just around the corner!  Please head over to our brand new website at www.wrll.org and register.  Wilshire Riverside Little League is a 100% volunteer run organization and we need coaches for Fall Ball and the upcoming spring season.  If you'd like to learn more please visit the new website and click on About Us > Board of Directors.  Any of the board members would be happy to discuss open opportunities.  

Click on the Read More button to register at our brand new website.  



Fall Ball Information

Wilshire Riverside Little League offers a shortened and very relaxed Fall Ball season.  Games are played against teams from other districts on weekends at some of the nicest diamonds in the metro area, sometimes at night under the lights (which the kids love).  Also, the weather is usually much better than in the spring. 

Fall ball is great preparation for kids (and coaches) who will be returning or moving up to Minors or Majors next spring.

Two levels of fall ball are available:

This level is for kids who are planning to play Minors in Spring 2019.  Typically, kids at this level have a year of AA or Minors under their belts, and are entering at least 3rd grade. In the spring, Minors is restricted to kids that are Little League Age 9 to 11. Your child's "League Age" can be found on the Little League Age Chart.  

This level is for kids who are planning to play Majors in Spring 2019.  Typically, kids at this level have two years of Minors or one year of Majors under their belts, and are entering at least 5th grade. Majors is restricted to kids that are Little League Age 11 to 12. Your child's "League Age" can be found on the Little League Age Chart 

Other Fall Ball Information:

  • Games are in September and October. A maximum of two games per weekend – one Saturday, one Sunday or the occasional Friday night.
  • Very laid back practice schedule—maybe two weeks of practice in August before the season starts, but no practices during the season (because it’s too dark after school).
  • Play against teams from District 4 (Tigard, Lake Oswego, Cedar Mill, Beaverton) and District 1 (North Portland, Scappoose, Hollywood Rose City).
  • Kids can usually play both fall ball and another fall sport without too much conflict.

There are currently no Fall Ball options at the T-Ball, A, AA, and 50/70 levels.  50/70 players and older Majors players should check out the Fall Ball program offered by Grant Youth Baseball for ages 12-14. 

If you have any questions about fall ball, or are interested in coaching, please email Matt Kohlbecker at beckerkohl@gmail.com, and have a great summer!