The following are some of the ways you can get yoyr volunteer fee returned. For a complete description of all activities that you can earn your volunteer fee - read the WSLL Policy on Volunteer Fees.
- Working in the Concession Stand
- Preseason Field Preparation
- Serving as a WSLL League Photographer for 4-7 teams at a single level
- For information email John Monaco
- Attending umpire training (see events calendar for dates and times) and umpiring five (5) games at AA level or above.
- Once Managers and Coaches are selected and the game schedule is released we will have a sign-up for them to assist with Gray hat Duty for two (2) work sessions.
** You can combine two (2) 3-hour shifts in the concesssion stand; 2 registration sessions (as available); 2 tryout sessions (as available); or any combination of 2 shifts of these activities.
All Volunteers MUST Complete LL Volunteer Form
West Springfield Little League will continue to implement a mandate from Little League Baseball, Inc. that requires all local Little Leagues to conduct background checks on Managers, Coaches, Board of Directors members and any other persons, volunteers or hired workers, who provide regular service to the league and/or have repetitive access to, or contact with, players or teams.
Volunteer's That Have Cleared Security Background Check
This list below contains the latest list of volunteers that have clered the Little League Security Background checck (as of APril 11, 2015).
View Volunteers that have cleared the background check - updated
If you have questions about Volunteers e-mail Paul Downey WSLL Volunteer coordinator.
Something ALL Parents Should Read
Here are some hints on how to make this a fun season, with lots of positive memories for your kids and your family.
Field Maintenance Video
WSLL Baseball Bat Information
WSLL follows all rules and regulations set forth by Little League International.
Click the here to see updated bat information, and go to Bat Rules for list of league approved bat listing.
Baseball Glove Sizing Chart
|Under 8||Infield||9 Inches|
|Under 8||Outfield||11 Inches|
Youth and Beginner: Gloves that are too big allow "cheating," preventing beginners from developing and refining proper skills. Kids' gloves should not be bought to be grown into.
The best way to learn the fundamentals of fielding and catching is by wearing a glove that fits well.
Kids 12 and Under: No larger than 12 inches. Kids 8 and older should try gloves in the 11s, while younger kids (especially if they are smaller) should consider gloves in 9 to 11 inch range.
Adolescent: Choose the lower end of the adult size range for your position.
Team Parent Aids
If you have any questions send an e-mail to Amie Adams.
Little League Commercial General Liability Information
To read the Little League Baseball, Inc. Commercial General Liability Coverage Form click here.
Field Preparation Duties for the Home Team
Click here to access the Field Preparation Duties
NOTE: Teams should also prepare practice fields before and after each practice.
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11/12: 1984, 1986, 2003, 2005
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Majors: [AL] Orioles [NL] Cubs
AAA: [AL] Orioles [NL] Cardinals
AA: [AL] Orioles, White Sox [NL] Nationals
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5:45 PM: AA Red Sox vs Angels
5:45 PM: T-Ball Dodgers vs Athletics
5:45 PM: T-Ball Cubs vs Red Sox
6:15 PM: Majors Orioles vs Yankees
6:15 PM: Majors Diamondbacks vs Mets
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