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2014 Fall Ball 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. Click on the RLL Eligibility link on the left hand side of this webpage for further information.
Registration for Fall Ball 2014 Tee Ball, Machine Pitch, and Minors is closed. There are still spots available for Majors 50/70 and Juniors.
Teams have been formed, and coaches are in the process of notifying their teams. Schedules are coming out soon.
The fall season starts with practices right after Labor Day and ends no later than November 1. Teams will practice one night each week and play a game most Saturdays. Game and practice schedules will be formulated in the latter part of August after teams are formed.
If you have not been contacted by your coach by Tues. Sept 2, please contact your associated commissioner:
Majors 50/70 - Hunt Whitehead
Minors - Scott Coleman
Machine Pitch - Marty Conn
Tee Ball - Tim Knighton
Contact Bill Hutchins at
if you have questions about registration or player eligibility.
For other questions about 2014 Fall Ball, please contact Boyd Bullock at
Griffin Alvis, Eli Bemiss, Sarah Brugh, Andrew Bullock, Jack Cope, Harrison DeLuca, Jack Dillon, Will Garbett, Benjamin Jones, Nate Lord, Alex Markus, Alexander Mayer, William McDermott, Jeffrey Moore, David Smith, Marshall Trout, Walker Wallace, Ben Walls, Ethan Whitehead
Majors 50/70 Champions - Dodgers
Front Row: Tyler Ernst, Louis Raffenot, Connor Coleman, Henry Bush, Graham Powell, Braxton Page Middle Row: Finn Gardner, Ethan Whitehead, Andrew Bullock, Will Burford, Jack Cope, Liam Bellamy
Back Row: Coach Hunt Whitehead, Manager Boyd Bullock, Coach Greg Cope, Coach Bill Bellamy
Minors Champions - A's
RLL Red Chesterfield 8s - Silver Bracket Champions
Row 1 (kneeling): Harrison Neuhaus, Jack Anderson Demm, George Dewey White, Hartley Rahman, James Sneddon, and Avi Greene
Row 2 (standing): Malcolm Pace, Miller Porterfield, Logan Parrish, Jack Hall, Luke Hilbert, Wright Hilbert
Coaches: Brian Greene, Clay Hilbert, Ed White
RLL Varina 7s - Runner-up
Front Row: Henry Knighton, Wally Jones, Anthony Payne, Ryan Eager, Will Quinby, Shea Dowling, Simon Conn
Middle Row: Harper Stephens, Blake Caldwell, Harrison Baxter, Joseph Conner
Back Row: Coaches - Walter Jones, Dyke Jones, Marty Conn, Tim Knighton
RLL Ashland 10s - Silver Bracket Champions
Front Row: Mac Mueller, Bo Dortch, Corey Gutenberger, William Bullock, Gordon McGrath
Middle Row: Jake Flippen, Henry Berling, Will Tunner, Freddy Preston
Back Row: Coach Jimmy McGrath, Coach Mike Mueller, Manager Billy Tunner, Coach Freddy Preston, Coach John Flippen
Not pictured: Jack Henry, Chase Bayler, Coley Alvis, Henry Haskell
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) (-3) 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 (-3)). 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.