RLL Parking 08/15/2011 Please do not park on the residents' sides of the streets near...
2014 Spring Registration
Richmond Little League (RLL) is for boys and girls, ages 5 to 15, who reside within the boundaries of RLL or attend classes at a school that is physically located within RLL’s boundaries. The option to play for RLL by attending a school within the boundaries of RLL is a change to the eligibility rule from past years. Select the RLL Eligibility tab on the website for further information.
Registration for Spring 2014 Juniors is open and can be completed by clicking the Register Now link to the right or the Register Online tab to the left.
Registration for Spring 2014 Tee Ball, Machine Pitch, Minors, and Majors (Intermediate 50/70) is closed.
Contact Bill Hutchins (
) if you have questions about registration or player eligibility.
Contact Travis Weisleder (
) if you are interested in coaching - especially for Tee Ball.
We are lining up sponsors for the 2014 season. If you are interested in sponsoring a team for $450, please contact Dyke Jones at
or Clay Hilbert at
Key Dates for Spring 2014
Registration closes for Juniors - March 20
Opening Day - Saturday, March 29 at 1:00 p.m.
Majors and Minors Tournament - Pool play, May 12-22; Championship week, May 27, 28, 29
For other questions about the upcoming 2014 spring season, please contact Boyd Bullock (
Intermediate (50/70) Division (primarily 12s and 11s, some 13s) and Juniors (primarily 14s and 13s)
RLL adheres to Little League's policy for its 50/70 baseball and Juniors divisions. Basically, large barrel bats are legal, provided they comply with all Little League rules (only aluminum or wood bats, or composite barrel bats that are BBCOR certified). Small barrel bats are also legal provided they meet all Little League standards and do not contain composite materials in the barrel (bat head).
As stated by Little League rule 1.10: It shall not be more than 34 inches in length; nor more than 2 5/8 inches in diameter, and if wood, not less than fifteen-sixteenths (15/16) inches in diameter (7/8 inch for bats less than 30”) at its smallest part. All composite barrel bats shall meet the Batted Ball Coefficient of Restitution (BBCOR) performance standard, and such bats shall be so labeled with a silkscreen or other permanent certification mark. The certification mark shall be rectangular, a minimum of a half-inch on each side and located on the barrel of the bat in any contrasting color.
Another important note from Little League:
Q-11: Can a bat with a 2 1/4 inch barrel be used in Junior League Baseball and Intermediate (50/70) Baseball Division?
A: Yes, but not all 2 1/4 inch bats can be used. If a bat’s barrel has no composite materials in it, it may be used in the Junior League Baseball and the Intermediate (50/70) Baseball Divisions, provided it is labeled with a BPF (bat performance factor) of 1.15 or less, and meets the standards for length, handle diameter, etc. But if the bat has composite materials in the barrel, a 2 1/4-inch barrel MAY NOT be used; only a 2 5/8-inch BBCOR bat may be used.
Basically, any bat with a composite barrel (bat head) is illegal (unless BBCOR). A bat may contain composite material in the handle so long as it's not in the barrel bat head. When using a 2 ¼ bats use this list to review a bat and make sure it doesn’t have a composite barrel bat head. http://www.littleleague.org/Assets/forms_pubs/2012LicensedBatList.pdf
Please do not park on the residents' sides of the streets near the fields. You may park on the field sides of these streets, and are encouraged to use the designated parking area on the corner of Sheppard and Grant. Please also inform your friends and extended family members of this policy. We appreciate your help in following these guidelines as we do our best to be good neighbors.