2017 Spring Ball Registration
Welcome to the new season!
Online registration has returned as an option. The link is on the left of the page. Please note that your fees include a book of tickets for the raffle on closing day. The raffle tickets will be dispersed by your child's coach.
The WTLL will have just TWO in-person registrations, You can see the complete details below.
We are always looking for new volunteers for the league. Please find a way to help us help your child by volunteering to coach, umpire, take a shift in the concession stand, work field prep, or event prep.
See you Soon!
Dave Iuliucci, WTLL President
This coupon begins November 23, 2017, and ends on December 24, 2017. During this period, you will receive a 15% discount on regularly priced items - and select sale items too! On top of your savings, Modell's will donate 5% of the sales to the WTLL.
Like any promotion, there are some restrictions. Please refer to the coupon for details.
Be sure to download and print the coupon required for this sale. You should also be able to use the coupon from your smartphone. Unlike most coupons, this one can be used over and over.
Gloves, bats, helmets, spikes, Modell's has it all! But the best part is that the purchases during these sales can be from any department in the Modell's store. You're not limited to Baseball or Softball equipment.
AND... Anyone can be part of the sale. Forward this to family, friends, and neighbors.
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The following link will take you to an intriguing article from the September 4th edition of Time Magazine. Much of the information you will see in this article you may have heard from many of the WTLL Board members. The biggest difference here is that the author, Sean Gregory, has the actual figures that confirm our assertions.
While there is certainly a place for "travel ball," there's no question that too many of the participants are involved because of unrealistic talent perceptions or, even more regrettably, for the status they believe is bestowed upon them.
Regardless of your feelings about the industry that has become youth sports, it's a great read.
Each year, a new group of parents joins the Little League® family, as their children get set to begin their baseball or softball journey, making new friends, and having fun along the way. And, just like players need a year or two of Tee Ball or Coach Pitch to learn the game, finding a way for parents to be introduced to volunteering is just as important. For those new Little League families, we encourage you to get involved in your local league as soon as possible because it is important to start learning how your league operates at the very beginning of your Little League involvement. Being updated and in-the-know are keys in developing a positive Little League experience for you and your Little Leaguer®.
The best way to get involved is to volunteer. Little League relies on the hundreds of thousands of Little League volunteers throughout the world to offer the opportunity for children and families to forge lifelong memories, and have positive experiences both on-and-off the field. Every local league needs committed volunteers. If your son or daughter began playing Little League last year, or your Little Leaguer is about to start next season, we encourage you to learn what volunteer positions are needed in your league. Volunteers often help with concession stand duties, field maintenance, fundraising, event planning, communications, and coaching.