West Seattle youth sports: Pee Wee Baseball signups start

From West Seattle Association of Pee Wee Baseball president Eric Olson:

Registration for Spring Baseball through the West Seattle Association of Pee Wee Baseball opened January 2nd and will continue through February 17th.

You can register today or find more information at www.westseattlepeewee.com. This season marks our 54th year servicing the greater West Seattle region, providing baseball for children between the ages of 5 and 10 through our Shetland (t-ball), Pinto and Mustang Divisions. WSAPWB is a member of PONY Baseball and operates under their rules and guidelines. All WSAPWB games are played at our four diamond field adjacent to Riverview Playfield in the Highland Park area.

Last season we had over 350 kids playing in our 3 divisions. As part of the PONY organization, our goal is to teach fundamentals of baseball, instill the values of good sportsmanship and fair play, and build a sense of community amongst all those that participate in the League. Our practices start the first week of March and the season ends in mid-June.

1 Reply to "West Seattle youth sports: Pee Wee Baseball signups start"

  • los arayas January 2, 2011 (9:23 pm)

    This will be my third year as a Pee Wee Parent and assistant coach. West Seattle Pee Wee Baseball is a first rate organization . They teach kids so much more than just baseball. Kids learn how to win and lose gracefully. They learn sportsmanship and they learn how to be team players, with many lessons that carry on in their lives. My guy can’t wait to get back on the baseball diamond.

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