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Updated Tuesday November 7, 2017 by West Marin Little League.

Hi West Marin Little League families,

The "Road to the Little League World Series Begins in West Marin!"

From our Opening Day Parade through downtown Fairfax, to our annual night games under the lights in Fairfax and Nicasio, you can count on WMLL to provide great baseball instruction led by our Director of Instruction Rashid Khalil. Become a part of our amazing community spirit and enjoy the game on our exceptionally-maintained baseball fields.

Don’t miss out on the spring 2018 season of WMLL!  Registration opens November 1 for the 2018 Spring Season. Please click the Registration banner at the top of the page.

Divisions

Last spring more than 500 players joined WMLL, ranging in age from 4 to 15 years old, and from T-ball to Juniors.  The success of our program is built on the dedication of WMLL families, volunteer coaches and parents. WMLL offers the following divisions of play:

T-ball - $175
(Little League Ages 5-6) This division is for all 5-year-olds, first-year 6-year-olds, and returning 6-year-olds wanting an additional year of basic instruction. T-ball introduces the young players to team play and the rules of baseball.

Entering Farm- $225
(Little League Ages 6-7) The Entering Farm division is for 6-year-olds with one year of T-ball, 7-year-olds who need more of the fundamentals.

Returning Farm- $225
(Little League Ages 7-8) The Returning Farm division is for 7-year-olds with some experience in T-ball and, possibly Farm, and most 8-year-olds. If you believe your 8-year-old would benefit from playing the next division up (Minors AA), please sign up for Farm as directed by the registration system and then come to assessment day in January.

Minors and Majors - $275
(Little League Ages 9-12) All players between the ages of 9-12 will go through the Minors (AA & AAA) and Majors assessment process (see below). WMLL will place players in the division that best suits their age and skill set, and allows for a better playing experience.

  • Minors AA is for most 9-year-olds, and some 10-year-olds who will benefit from additional instruction. Pitching machines are used to begin the season. Players will be taught proper pitching mechanics during practices; once the league determines that the level of pitching is proficient, player pitchers will be incorporated into games.
  • Minors AAA is for advanced 9-year-olds, most 10-year-olds, and some 11 and 12-year-olds who will benefit from additional instruction before Majors. Little League Baseball rules are in effect. Pitching is by opposing team players using a regulation, Little League-approved hardball.
  • Majors is for skilled 10-year-olds, and most 11 and 12-year-olds. Final placement will be based on assessments. Standings, championships, and All-Star tournament play are part of the program, with the possibility of advancing to the Little League World Series in Williamsport, PA.
  • 50/70 - $100
    Majors players are encouraged to also sign up for 50/70 Intermediate baseball program; 50/70 is designed to complement participation in Majors. WMLL’s Director of Instruction Rashid Khalil will teach the 50/70 players more advanced baseball strategy (taking leads, holding on runners, balking and more). Games will be played on a larger field (50’ mound and 70’ bases) to help players transition to the full size field (60’ mound and 90’ bases) used for Juniors and beyond. The schedule for 50/70 should not conflict with players’ Majors or Juniors games. Depending on registration numbers, there may be a separate assessment for the 50/70 Division.
  • Juniors- $300
    (Little League Ages 13-15) The Juniors division introduces a full-sized diamond, leading off, and base stealing. A regulation Senior League-approved hardball is used. The season ends with playoffs in mid-June. All-Stars play through July.  13 year old Juniors players are also invited to participate in the 50/70 division.

Little League Age

It is important to remember that your player’s Little League Age may be different than their actual birth age. To determine your player’s Little League Age, go to:

http://www.littleleague.org/Assets/forms_pubs/age-chart-baseball.pdf

Registration

Registration is now open. Please click the Registration banner at the top of this page. If you have any questions, please email us

Winter Warm-Up

We know that many of you participate in other sports and activities. We invite all players to join us at this year’s Winter Warm-Up on Saturday December 16, 2017 at Drake High School. The Winter Warm-Up is a free clinic provided by WMLL and led by our Director of Instruction and former professional ball player, Rashid Khalil. It’s a great way to shake off the off-season rust and get ready for the January assessments.  Pencil the date into your calendar, and stay tuned for more details and specific times.

Assessments

Assessments will be held at Drake High School on January 20-21, 2018. We will send more specific details about the assessment schedule after the registration process is complete. Please note that assessments for Minors and Majors are mandatory.

Thank you!  We look forward to an outstanding spring 2018 season.

West Marin Little League

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50-70 Intermediate

West Marin Little League's “50-70” intermediate team, which is made up of league-age 12 year-old players, will play regularly scheduled games against teams from District 3 ranging from San Francisco to Novato. Those games will take place on Sundays throughout the season. Players on this team will play on both the Intermediate team as well their regular Majors team. This team will also play in to-be-determined tournaments in the spring and possibly the summer (in addition to regular Majors and Intermediate teams schedules).
Rashid Khalil, who is widely known in Marin baseball circles after coaching in the area for over 10 years, including a long stint with the Future Prospects program, will coach this team. There will be one practice a week for this team.
This team will most likely carry 15-18 players.


Spring Baseball 2018


Spring Umpires 2018