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Registration InformationUpdated Monday December 12, 2016 by West Marin Little League.
The Road to the Little League World Series Starts in West Marin!
Spring registration is now open, and we're counting down to Opening Day on March 11.
To register, go to https://westmarinll.sportssignupapp.com.
You need to go no farther than the Opening Day parade to see that small baseball-loving community you’ve all played a large part in building from San Anselmo to Fairfax, Woodacre, Nicasio, Bolinas and Pt. Reyes. You have all helped our league grow in each of the last six seasons – from 370 players in 2010 to over 550 last year.
Registration for the 2017 West Marin Little League begins November 1 and is open through mid-January, or when WMLL reaches capacity as determined by the number of volunteer coaches.
Returning families will see your information from previous seasons.
Requests to play with friends or specific coaches may be honored for T-ball and Farm, but cannot be guaranteed. The best way to call a special circumstance to our attention is to provide details in the "comments" field in this registration system. Placement for Minors AA, Minors AAA, and Majors teams is determined by our Saturday, January 21st and Sunday Jaunary 22nd assessment days only.
Ages for each division are set by the international Little League organization. This registration system will help determine which division your child is eligible to play in. Final placements will be made based by WMLL managers and players agents following assessment day.
Here are some key dates to remember:
Registration rates and division info are as follows:
T-ball - $165
(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 - $205
(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 - $205
(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 on January 9.
Minors AA/AAA & Majors - $255
(Ages 9-12) All players between the ages of 9-12 will go through the Minors and Majors assessment process on January 9. 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.
The Majors division is for 12-year-olds, skilled 11-year-olds and exceptional 10-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.
Juniors - $270
(Ages 13-15) The Juniors division introduces of a full-size 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.
Please contact us with any questions by emailing West Marin Little League.
Continuing in our quest to increase the instruction and level of play in West Marin Little League, the 2017 Fall Ball program will incorporate a new focus on instruction for both players and coaches.
Rashid Khalil, WMLL’s Director of Instruction, will be leading each team’s practices in conjunction with the team’s volunteer coaches over the eight-week program. His expertise will help instill the “WMLL Way” that focuses on players and coaches learning the proper techniques, fundamentals and mental aspects of pitching, hitting, and fielding.
The Fall Ball season runs from September through October. There will be one 90-minute practice led by Rashid and the volunteer coaches for each of the five levels during the week. The practice schedule will be determined in the coming weeks. Games, which will be played on Sundays against teams from other District 3 leagues, will be coached by the volunteer assistants with assistance from Rashid. All told, the season will consist of at least 8 practices and 8 games.
WE NEED COACHES! Please indicate your availability during the registration process and we'll contact you directly.
Registration Fees are $180 for Minors and Majors and $185 for Juniors (with a $10 sibling discount).