West Seattle Little League: What’s new for 2014, as signups start

Just announced: West Seattle Little League registration is open for next year, and change is in the wind:

2014 is shaping up to be an exciting year for West Seattle Little League. A new division of play called Double-A Rookies is being introduced and is specifically designed for 8 year old kids moving up from Coach Pitch before playing in the Minors. This division will continue the focus on education and development, and will introduce players to pitching, hitting against kid pitchers, more advanced defensive play, and umpires calling balls and strikes.

Also new for 2014 is a revised Little League rule regarding residency and boundaries. Now children that attend schools within the West Seattle Little League boundaries will be able to play in our league even if they live outside the boundaries. This is a wonderful rule change that will enable friends from our schools to play baseball together even though they may live in different parts of West Seattle.

And finally, WSLL is honored to have been selected as the host league and site for the 2014 Washington State Little League 11-12 year old All-Star Tournament. The tournament will take place in early July at Bar S Fields. This promises to be an outstanding culmination to the 2014 season with 13 of the best teams in Washington coming to West Seattle to battle for the opportunity to represent the state at the NW Regional Tournament. Many of you may recall our “neighbors” from Lake Sammamish who advanced all the way to the National Semifinals in Williamsport, PA, last year.

To learn more about WSLL and to register for the 2014 season, please visit the league’s website at: westseattlelittleleague.com or contact us at playeragent@westseattlelittleleague.com.

2 Replies to "West Seattle Little League: What's new for 2014, as signups start"

  • Sam December 13, 2013 (5:46 am)

    So does your son have to be 8 to play in this new divison My son has played two years of coach pitch and is only 7.

  • WSEA December 13, 2013 (7:18 am)

    @SAM – I only coach at WSLL but I would move him to AA ball. The league mentioned to me that they would take 7 year olds if they had previous experience. Seems to fit your case.

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