January 7, 2011 > WSLL now accepting 4 year olds
WSLL now accepting 4 year olds
Submitted By Matt Scott
For many moms and dads, some of the earliest sports memories date back to their time playing little league baseball, or "bobby sox" softball. Beginning in 2011, Warm Springs Little League is giving boys and girls a chance to make those memories even earlier.
This season, 4-year-old boys and girls are eligible to play in WSLL's "tee-ball" division. To qualify, boys and girls must turn 4 years of age on or before April 30. Players who sign up for WSLL tee-ball (usually 4, 5 and 6 year olds) are eligible for the league's lowest seasonal registration rate -- $125 - which includes a jersey and cap, plus over 20 practices and games spanning the two-and-a-half-month season (March through Mid-June).
Of course, tee-ball is just the beginning stage for little leaguers throughout Fremont. In fact, Warm Springs Little League is entering its 22nd year of providing basic to advanced baseball and sportsmanship training to hundreds of boys and girls 4 to 18 years of age.
For this year's spring season, tryouts for 8 to 18 year olds begin Saturday, Jan. 15. Tee-ball and Farm Division signups - which are all-inclusive and do not require tryouts -- are accepted through mid-February.
Parents and players who live in the Warm Springs district of Fremont can get more information about the league and registering for the 2011 spring season at www.wsll.org.