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2015 Spring Season Registration Is Open
12/01/2014
It’s time to start planning for another season of Redwood City...
Understand Little Leagues Age Change - From Williamsport
11/30/2014
In April, 2014 the International Congress approved the new league...
Coach Registration is Now Open
11/25/2014
Sign up today to become a coach for the 2015 Spring Season...
Redwood City Little League Claims 1st District 52 Title of 2014
06/23/2014
The first District 52 Title of the 2014 season goes to Redwood City...
Looking for Umpires! Sign up Today!
01/07/2013
Did you ever think that you could be a great umpire? Do you want...
 
2015 Spring Season Registration Is Open

It’s time to start planning for another season of Redwood City Little League!  Online registration is open now.

  • To see how our league has formatted the divisions, check out our new Division Comparison Page.
  • To register your child(ren), click here.  Please take the time to carefully go through the information and remember that the contact information that you supply is how you will receive all communication from the league.
  • We need coaches!  If you are interested in managing or coaching, please register to be a coach.  All coaches must complete a background check (we promise, it’s quick and it’s best for our kids). 
  • We need volunteers!  If you want to help a team or the league, we need you to register as a volunteer.  This must be done every year.
  • We need sponsors!  Register to sponsor a RWCLL team!
  • There are some changes that both Little League and RWCLL are making this year.
    • Age Determination Date: Beginning in 2015, any player born on or after January 1, 2006, will use the new league determination date of December 31st for the remainder of their little league career.  For a detailed explanation, check the description given by Little League here.
    • RWCLL is making substantial changes to our upper division offerings.  We will no longer be fielding a Juniors division for the 2015 season and we will grow our offering of the 50/70 Division.  The two decisions are connected.  In talking with other leagues in our district, we would not have opponents outside of our league for both divisions.  In the past, the 13 year olds overlapped into both divisions.  Now we will have all 13 year olds in the 50/70 division and with the 11 and 12 year olds who sign up, try out and get drafted to 50/70 teams, we will have a solid 50/70 division that will stay inside Redwood City.  This will enable 11-13 year olds and their families to have the pleasure of participating in their own community in a competitive format in this continually developing division.
    • The 14 year olds will still have a place to play. We will continue to have the Senior Division and include 14 year olds so that now 14-16 year olds will make up the Senior Division. That season will begin in May, following the conclusion of the high school season. Practices could begin prior to that if players are available.

We look forward to serving the families of our community in the 2015 Season!


by posted 12/01/2014
Understand Little Leagues Age Change - From Williamsport

In April, 2014 the International Congress approved the new league age determination amendment for Little League Baseball®.  To implement the new amendment, it was decided to include a three-year waiting period to execute the change, starting in 2018. Questions from the field were raised about the impact the change would have on players that were currently league age 8 under the traditional system.  Using feedback from Little League® parents through our District Administrators, the Little League International Board of Directors adjusted the April-approved implementation strategy in order to modify the impact on all of our minor and major division players. The adjustment also allows for an easier transition for players in the early years of Little League participation.

As a result of this recent adjustment to the implementation strategy, effective immediately, any player born on or after January 1, 2006 who will turn the ages of 4-9 during the 2015 calendar year will be eligible to participate in a local Little League program and will use the new age determination date of December 31 for the reminder of their Little League Baseball career. Players will still be assigned to a division based on local league divisional structure.

 

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Consequently, players born prior to January 1, 2006 will continue to utilize the current age determination date of April 30 for the remainder of their Little League career.

 

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As stated, with this implementation strategy adjustment the impact on our players will be reduced, with the exception of a marginal impact on players currently participating in the very early stages of their Little League career. Furthermore, our continued focus on fun, fitness and fundamentals at the Tee Ball Division will assist local leagues as they look to provide a smooth transition to the Coach/Machine Pitch divisions of play while still developing a passion for the game as well as focusing on skill development.

This change ensures that no player will lose a year of participation in the Little League Majors Division that culminates with the annual Little League Baseball World Series in South Williamsport, Pa.


by posted 11/30/2014
Coach Registration is Now Open

Sign up today

to become a coach for the

2015 Spring Season of

Redwood City Little League Baseball


by posted 11/25/2014
Redwood City Little League Claims 1st District 52 Title of 2014

RWCLL - District 52 Champs

The first District 52 Title of the 2014 season goes to Redwood City Little League. Our 50/70 team swept San Mateo in 2 straight games to take the Champions' banner. The boys now will travel to Dublin on Saturday to play the District 45 representative at 11:00AM in the Section 3 Tournament. 


by posted 06/23/2014
Looking for Umpires! Sign up Today!


Did you ever think that you could be a great umpire? Do you want to make a difference in your child’s Little League experience, but don’t have time to coach? Well here’s your chance. Umpiring is a way to get on back on a Little League field and lead the kids of the Redwood City Little League through fast, fun, fair, and safe Little League games. We’re looking for adults and youths 10-18* to help umpire in our Minors, Major, and Big Field Divisions. It’s a challenge, lots of fun and it’s a great way to participate in Little League even if you only have a few hours to offer.

*To umpire at age 10-12, you must be currently playing in RWCLL Majors.


How do I get started?
First, sign up by completing our interest form by Clicking Here.  We will then send you a invite you to one of our umpire training sessions. You’ll be trained by experienced RWCLL umpires on the rules and field mechanics. You’ll sign up for games with our scheduler to umpire games that fit your schedule, usually with a partner. All RWCLL umpires are issued an umpire shirt, a hat, a ball/ strike indicator and a Little League Rule Book.


Youth Umpiring-A First Job
We look at our youth umpire program with pride as as we have trained a number of former players to develop leadership skills on the baseball field. As a youth umpire, you will earn $25.00 per game or if you want to earn community service hours in lieu of pay we can do that as well. For many kids, this is their first paid job. Also, just ask a dad or mom who has umpired with their son or daughter. Umping games together can be a rewarding, enriching shared experience that you will talk about for years.

Welcome the Redwood City Little League Umpire Corps. Play ball!


FOR MORE INFO CONTACT: Ponch Robles at 


by posted 01/07/2013
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