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NEW Teenage Division Set Up

Little League District 8 and our four member leagues are excited to announce the new structure for the teenage baseball divisions in 2022 as part of a pilot project approved by Little League International.

TWO PROGRAMS

Community Stream and Competitive Stream (please see the attached PDF flyer with more details)

The Community stream will continue to offer local play at the league and/or district level with a spring season planned for May and June, and teenage summer ball teams formed to play in July.

The Competitive stream will see 'AAA' teams formed to play in the new Little League Alberta Triple A Performance League, which will offer provincial play against teams from North Calgary, Edmonton, Medicine Hat, Lethbridge and potentially other communities.  Half the games are planned to be scheduled at home diamonds plus a longer playing season (28 to 32 games, April to August).

Players in both streams would be eligible for Tournament Play (All-Stars) in the summer months.

HOW TO REGISTER

All four leagues in District 8 (Calgary West, Rocky Mountain, Fish Creek and Calgary South) will open player registration in January.  To play in either program simply register through your local league, and if interested in evaluating for the Competitive stream, simply indicate at the time of registration, there will be an option to do so.

We would like to hear from all players interested in playing on Competitive teams now!

Please go to this link and pre-register:  

https://bit.ly/2022competitive

2022 Registration fees remain very affordable!

  • All players pay a base registration fee of $350.00
  • Players selected to a Competitive team will pay an additional fee of approximately $500.00 to offset additional expenses related to playing on a travel team and a longer season.

QUESTIONS?

Please refer to the attached flyer for common Q&A's or contact Glen Lindsay at glindsay@littleleague.ca


Tax Deductible Donations to RMLL

Tax Deductible Donations to Calgary Rocky Mountain Baseball Association  can now be made through the Parks Foundation.

To make your donation:

1.  Visit the Parks Foundation website at:  https://www.parksfdn.com/donate-now

2.  Choose  “Sport Projects”

3.  Click on the drop down for “Please Select a Project”

4.  Select "Calgary Rocky Mountain Baseball Association" from the list

5.  Complete your donation


AT HOME DRILLS

Go to the AT HOME DRILLS page on the website to find practice plans based on Big Al Baseball and videos of drills that can be done at home. 


Pitching Machine Tutorial


QUESTIONS ABOUT LITTLE LEAGUE?

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Rose Diamond at Stanley Park - Home of Rocky Mountain Little League


COVID-19 DOCUMENTS AND SAFETY GUIDES

Click on the icons below to review the Little League Alberta // RMLL  Safety Guide related to COVID-19 and other documents for 2021 season protocols.

Youth & Collegiate Sport and Recreation Activities AHS guidelines

Click on this link and scroll down to stay up to date on the Youth Sport AHS guidelines.


Little League Bats - Must be "USA Baseball" Certified

This is a reminder to parents and players that all non-wood or laminated bats MUST display the "USA Baseball" certification logo (on the bat's handle) to be used in any Little League games or practices. 

The only exceptions are in the Intermediate, Junior and Senior Divisions, for players age 13 to 16.

Intermediate and Junior Divisions:  Bats with either the USA Baseball or BBCOR approved logos are permitted.

Senior Division:  Non-wood bats must display the BBCOR certification logo. All bats must have a maximum -3 weight to length ratio (even if it's a solid one-piece wood bat).

All Divisions:  Solid one-piece wood barrel bats are permitted without the USA Baseball logo in all divisions.

Bats that are USSSA BPF 1.15 certified (used in 2017 and prior seasons) cannot be used in any games or practices.

Length Restrictions:  USA Baseball-approved bats used in Rookie Ball Senior and above must be at least 27" long.

USA Baseball-approved bats that are 26" and shorter are approved for use only with soft core (T Ball) baseballs, as indicated on the bat. These bats can only be used in the T Ball and Rookie Ball Junior divisions.

USA Baseball Bat Info


RMLL REFUND POLICY

After completing registration, any request to withdraw from RMLL with a refund must be sent via email to registrar@rockymountainlittleleague.com. All registrations have a $25 non-refundable portion.

For Blast Ball, T-Ball and Rookie Ball:  If a request to withdraw is received on or before March 31st, a full refund less the $25 fee will be provided. No refunds are provided for any request received on or after April 1st for these divisions.

For Minors, Majors and Teenage Divisions:  If a request to withdraw is received before the date of the first evaluation session, a full refund less the $25 fee will be provided. Requests received after the first evaluation session will be provided less a $75 non-refundable fee. No refunds are provided for any request received after teams have been formed in these divisions.


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