Please Note: The School Enrollment Form is ONLY required for Little League Participants who are "out of district" (Do not live in West Valley but attend a West Valley School)
West Valley Little League is located on 96th Ave. behind Cottonwood Elementary in Yakima, Wa. WVLL’s goals are to promote sportsmanship, teamwork, and community pride, in addition to teaching the fundamentals of baseball to the youth who participate.
For 2018 West Valley Little League will offer Co-Ed Baseball divisions for youth ages 5-14. Softball will not be available for 2018 due to a lack of volunteers to run the program.
Spring Baseball is offered for players Elementary-Middle School with Summer Juniors Division for 13 and 14 year olds.
2018 Player Registration Fees:
Majors (Ages 11-12) $125.00
Minors (Ages 8-10) $125.00
Rookies (Ages 6-7)$100.00
TBall (Ages 4-5) $50
For the safety of all participants, all Tee Ball and Rookies players must play in their age division as determined by the official Little League Age Chart, however requests to play at a higher age division will be considered on a space-available basis.
Players will be randomly assigned to teams in the Rookies and Tee-Ball Divisions. Majors and Minors will be drafted to teams following a player evaluation on March 10th. There will be no "buddy" or coach requests for team placement.
Practice times are determined by team coaches. Your coach will contact you in late March/early April regarding practices.
Make Sure Your Bat Is A USA Bat!
As of January 1, 2018, the new USA Baseball Bat Standard was implemented. Little League-approved baseball bats that were approved for use for the 2017 season will no longer be acceptable for use in any Little League game or activity as of January 1, 2018. For more information on the USABat standard and a complete list of bats approved through the USABat Standard, visit usabat.com.
For the 2018 Little League Season WVLL will provide 1-2 team bats per team. Any bat that does not have the USA Baseball sticker may not be used in Little League practices or games.
Current one-piece solid wood bats are also approved, whether they have the USA Baseball logo or not.
Skills Assessment is for Majors and Minors division players and Rookie-age players with at least one year experience at Rookies level wishing to play Minors level.
The purpose of the skills assessment is to balance teams with players of every ability level and to make sure that the division placement is appropriate for the skill level of the individual player. Players wishing to "play up" must be evaluated. Players determined to be "not ready" to safely play in their age division may be placed in a lower division to get more playing experience by evaluation of the coaching staff.
This is not a try-out - there are no "cuts" and every player will be placed on a Little League team!