The purpose of this page is to provide important information to the managers and coaches of WSLL. Please visit this page frequently to get the latest WSLL updates.
Safety Awareness Training
Direct Any Questions to Allen Judkiewicz at firstname.lastname@example.org , WSLL Safety Chairman.
Team Volunteer Checklist
As the season approaches each manager will have a meeting wiith their parents. There are many activities that you need help with. Click here for a helpful list of duties that need to be assigned.
Accident Tracking Form
Whenever you have an accident that involves any of your players, coaches or volunteers be sure to complete an "Accident Tracking Form." E-Mail or Mail the completed forms to:
WSLL Safety Officer
8847 Applecross Lane
Springfield, VA 22153
If you have questions send Allen an email
The accident tracking form requests League ID numbers. Here they are:
American League: 346-09-07
National League: 346-09-06
Little League Coaches Resource Center
This resource has a combination of vodeo and voice to make explanations clearer.
They cover many training topics as well as often misunderstood rules.
WSLL Standards for Managers and Coaches
At registration all managers and coaches agreed to abide by the "WSLL Standards for Managers and Coaches." Periodically, you should review these to ensure that you are in compliance. To review them click here.
How to Organize a Practice
Not sure how to organize your practice. Click here for a suggestion.
Training Guides for AA, A, TBall, and 5T
WSLL recently gave the following training sessions to managers at the AA, A, TBall and 5T levels. We have posted them here for your use.
A Guide to Throwing Mechanics
Recently WSLL gave the following presentation on "Throwing Mechanics" to all managers at the AA level and below. However, what was discussed is applicable to all levels
Exercises for the Throwing Arm
Good Throwing Mechanics Drill
Here is an excellent drill for developing good throwing mechanics from coach Kevin Cone.
Dealing With Little League Elbow
More and more young baseball players, especially pitchers, are coming down with "Little League elbow," and to a lesser degree "Little League shoulder." READ ARTICLE
Basic Safety for Managers and Coaches
Heads Up: Concussion in Youth Sports
Below is some excellent information regarding Concussions in Youth Sports
Little League ASAP Safety Plan News
Game Organization Tools
Little League "Coaches Box" Newsletter
Little League, Inc. has a new newsletter called "Coaches Box". Each issue contains coaching tips as well as umpire knotty problems and other interesting topics.
Fairball Newsletter - The Umpires Newsletter
Little Baseball publishes a newsletter for umpires about rule interpretations and more. Read Umpires Newsletter
Pitch Count Logs
Click to download LL endorsed Pitch Count Logs
Little League Commercial General Liability Information
To read the Little League Baseball, Inc. Commercial General Liability Coverage Form click here.
Litttle League Umpire Resource Center
View Resource Center