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Leagues Overview


FALL SEASON

  • Rookie League (Fall)

    Fall rookie baseball training & development for ages 7-8 and a few 9’s; this is a pitching machine league with 60′ bases.

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  • Minor League (Fall)

    Fall minor baseball training & development for ages 9-10; live pitching on standard LL field with 60′ bases.

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  • Major League (Fall)

    Fall major baseball training & development for ages 11-12; live pitching on standard LL field with 60′ bases.

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  • Junior League (Fall)

    Fall junior baseball training & development for ages 13-14; played on full-sized diamond with 90′ bases (NOTE: 14’s who will be in high school this fall may register to play up in Senior League).

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  • Senior League (Fall)

    Fall senior baseball training & development for ages 14-17 (14’s in high school this fall); played on full-sized diamond with 90′ bases.

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  • Challenger League (Fall)

    This specialized league is specifically designed to accommodate children with disabilities. (Fall Ball program only, online registration begins June 10, 2017)

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SUMMER SEASON

  • Atlantic Lg. Baseball

    Minor league pitching machine program for 7- and 8-year-olds focused on developing the player’s skills and enjoyment. CLICK ON YOUR TEAM in the Standings to see just your team’s schedule and coach contact information.

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  • Pacific Lg. Baseball

    Minor league program for 9- and 10-year-olds introducing live pitching by players, focused on continued improvement of the players’ skills. Some 11-year-olds, new to baseball and/or less developed in baseball skills, may also play in this league. Parents of 11-year-olds who feel the Pacific League may be more appropriate for their player should contact the Pacific Lg Coordinator or Registrar before registering.CLICK ON YOUR TEAM in the Standings to see just your team’s schedule and coach contact information.

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  • Major Lg. Baseball

    Major league program for 12-year-olds and most 11-year-olds. Highest level of play on Little League-sized diamonds, with a greater emphasis on competitive play. Parents of 11-year-olds who feel the Pacific League may be more appropriate for their player should contact the Pacific Lg Coordinator or Registrar before registering.CLICK ON YOUR TEAM in the Standings to see just your team’s schedule and coach contact information.

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  • Badger Lg. Baseball

    Junior league program for 13- and 14-year-olds, played on a full size diamond and emphasizing preparation for play at the High School level. Note: 14 year olds in high school usually opt to play in the Senior Lg, but may remain in the Badger league, as well. CLICK ON YOUR TEAM in the Standings to see just your team’s schedule and coach contact information.

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  • Senior Lg. Baseball

    Senior league program for 15 and 16-year-olds, and 14-year-olds who are already in High School . WMLL’s highest level of play and skill development, focusing on preparing players for interscholastic baseball. CLICK ON YOUR TEAM in the Standings to see just your team’s schedule and coach contact information.

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  • Minor League Softball

    For 7, 8 and 9 year-old girls, designed to develop the player’s offensive and defensive skills from the perspective of different positions. CLICK ON YOUR TEAM in the Standings to see just your team’s schedule and coach contact information.

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  • Major League Softball

    Designed for 10, 11 and 12-year-old girls who will face live pitching. CLICK ON YOUR TEAM in the Standings to see just your team’s schedule and coach contact information.

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  • Junior League Softball

    A program designed for 13 and 14-year-old girls who want to further develop their skills in order to play high school softball.

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  • Senior League Softball

    This program is designed for 15- and 16-year-old girls. Most Senior League players will have played on or will play on a high school team. This league will only be offered if there are enough registrations to form a team.

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