News and Announcements
Online registrations are now over, and teams have been drafted. We will be continue our Fall Ball offerings by having 4 divisions. There will be Juniors for all 13 and 14 year olds, Majors for 10-12 year olds, AAA for 9-10 year olds, and AA, for 8-9 year olds.
The minor divisions will be for younger players who have played in the Spring Season A division or higher. Majors is specifically for the more advanced players, and then the Juniors will be for the 13 and 14 year olds.
Fall Ball is meant to be a pre-Spring season prep season. It remains fun and friendly with an emphasis on maintaing player skills in preperation for the upcoming Spring Season. As such, player age is determined by how old the player is on April 30, 2014. If you were 12 for the 2013 Spring Season, you are now 13 for the Fall season.
Fall Ball Season registration fees are $75 per player.
If you would like to sign up, please contact the Registrar (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Check back here in November for details on the Spring Season registration.
To be eligible to participate in RWLL Spring Season, you must turn five (5) years old before May 1, 2014.
We remain a fund raiser free league! The registration fee includes the City of Roseville player fee ($10) and the jersey shirt and hat.
RWLL League Boundary Map <---New to league? Start Here first!
Printable Registration Form (for in-person registration events only)
2013 Volunteer Application - Must have for ANY Manager, Coach, Team Parent, Umpire Please have a copy of your drivers licence if bringing to registration
Manager/Coach Application - Interested in being a Manager or Coach. Fill this form out and get it to one of the player agents.
BUDDY REQUEST FORM - Want to play with your best friend? This is the form you need to request the same team. Some restrictions apply. Teeball & Farm Div's only
|6||Players with one year of T-Ball are encouraged to play FARM. New players and those who need more deverlopment should apply for T-Ball|
|7||Expected to attend try-outs for consideration into A Ball. Players not selected to play A and those who do not try-out will be placed on a FARM team.|
|8||Expected to attend try-outs for consideration into AA. Players not selected for AA will be eligible for A draft. Any player not selected to A or who does not attend try-outs will be RANDOMLY assigned to a FARM team|
|9||Expected to attend try-outs for consideration into AAA. Any player not drafted to AAA will be eligible for AA and A drafts. Any player who does not attend will be placed in A by blind draw|
|10||Expected to attend try-outs for consideration into MAJORS. Any player who does not try-out will be placed on AA team by blind draw.|
|11||Expected to attend try-outs for consideration into MAJORS. Any player who does not try-out will be placed on AAA team by blind draw.|
|12||REQUIRED to try-out. MAJORS only unless player is granted a safety waiver by District. No player may be placed on a MAJOR team without a try-out to confirm safety compliance|
|*Ages base off of player's age as of April 30 of that season.|
|T-Ball||Introductoy Level. Use of hitting tee. 10-12 game season|
|FARM||Continuation of T-Ball. Use of pitching machine and introduction of defensive concepts. 10-12 game season|
|A Minor||Combination of coach and modified player pitch. 18-20 game season and post-season tournament. Umpires used.|
|AA Minor||Modified player pitch. Continuous batting order. 18-20 game season and post-season tournament.|
|AAA Minor||All player pitch. Continuous batting order. 18-20 game season and post season tournament|
|MAJORS||Little League Rules apply|
2013 HOME RUN CLUB
Regular Season HR Champion with 7 - COLTON RAYBACK, Giants
* Grand Slam
Dates in red represent Home Runs during the postseason
Role of the Parent
"The parents of millions of Little Leaguers combined with their children, league officials, umpires, managers, coaches, and countless volunteer agencies including sponsors, represent an imposing cross section of our world. Parents must take the initiative to make the local program successful. Little League is not a club in which membership implies baby-sitting benefits and entertainment privileges. Practically speaking, Little League is an adult, volunteer work project constructed, supervised and assisted by parents who want to extend this benefit to their children. The parent who shirks this responsibility cannot, in turn, expect others to assume the burden.
Little League developed the Parent Orientation Program (POP) to help parents and volunteers better understand the rules and ideals of Little League." For further information, please click on the link below to learn more about the POP!
Field closure notifications are not recommendations they are requirements. It is our goal to get the fields open and available for play everyday. The safety of your participants and the potential damage to the fields are our top priority. We try to evaluate fields individually due to drainage issues or absorption capabilities. That is why some fields may be cleared for play while others are not. We also evaluate both the infields and outfields. In some instances we can open an infield for practice while the outfield remains closed. Each season the City of Roseville parks accommodates approximately 5,000 youth sport participants on over 50 fields. We respect and appreciate the relationship we have with the youth leagues, as well as, the service the leagues provides to the children and parents of our community. When individual leagues disregard the City's requirements it impedes our ability to provide safe, quality fields to your participants. It undermines their relationship with other leagues, and also jeopardizes the leagues future use of facilities. Field closure notifications are updated by 3 pm weekdays and 8 am on weekends. We try to allow as much time possible during the day for the fields to recover before making a decision. It is leagues responsibility to check the field conditions and then inform their players, parents, and coaches of any field closures. We appreciate the support of those leagues who truly work in partnership with the City in delivering this message.