Taborvilla Little League - SPRING REGISTRATION OPENS DECEMBER 10th!!!


Taborvilla Little League - General Registration Information 

Need help signing up? Click here » Registration Parent Guide
Divisions Available:
What division is best for my child? While there is some flexibility depending on a player's experience an/or skill level, Taborvilla LL divisions generally consist of players with the following League Ages:
Tee Ball (4-6 years old)
Farm Baseball & Softball  - Coach Pitch (7-9 years old)
Minors Baseball & Softball - Player Pitch (9-11 years old)
Majors Baseball & Softball - Player Pitch (11-12 years old) 
Intermediate Baseball (50/70) (12-13 years old)
Junior Baseball & Softball (13-14 years old)
Senior Baseball & Softball (13-16 years old)

What is “League Age”? “League Age” refers to the age of your child according to Little League International's rules. How do I figure it out?  
In baseball, a player's League Age is the age reached before September 1 in any given year.
In softball, a player's League Age is the age reached by December 31 of the previous year.
Please click on the link for the League Age Calculator to determine your player's League Age.

Teams will be formed once – 1) Head Coach, 2) Assistant Coach & 3) Manager - roles have been volunteered for.
We cannot form teams without coaches.

(CLICK HERE to see Volunteer Info, Incentives and Requirements)

We need volunteers to sign up and in order to sustain this model. This is a critical call for parents to step up, and to bring Taborvilla the same support that it has provided our community since 1952. It's up to you!
Any player’s parent, family member, trusted family friend, neighbor or other community member can volunteer that completes the Little League International background check – as all league volunteers are required. Little League is only possible with every parent giving something. An incentive discount is given to volunteers for their player.

***Financial Aid is available through T-Mobile's Call Up Grant. Funds are limited each year so act fast!***
Link to application here » T-Mobile's Call Up Grant


Practice Days are set after the first meeting with the coach, and the field availability. We understand that players may also be playing soccer, please note that in the comments if that is the case, and if you know the practice days we will try to accommodate to place your player on a team that practices the opposite days.

Tee Ball- (2) - 1 hour practices a week preseason and once the season is starts (2) games a week and possibly a practice. This is dependent on the Coach, Manager, Team Parents and weather. We strive for 3 solid hours a week, be that a combination of practice and games. The times/dates are decided on by the coach and team. Please share in comments if Tues/Thur or Mon/Weds works best for your player.

For Farm, Minors, Majors, Intermediates, Juniors and Seniors -  (2 to 3) practices a week preseason and once season starts (2) games a week and (1 to 2) practices - depending on the coach and team decision. 

If you have coaching requests, player buddies, or other situations, you can share in the during the registration process. If there is a special issue, please send this information to [email protected] and share player first and last name, parent first and last name and contact information.


We provide Player Hat and Player Jersey
 - YOU MUST complete the sizing information during registration. If you do not provide the current sizing information, your player may not receive the correct size. Our default is to order a youth large and cannot be returned. Please make sure to enter the player sizes correctly.

For Farm, Minors, Majors, Intermediates, Juniors and Seniors - Players are required to supply Baseball/Softball Pants (Coach will tell you which color/style) and Plastic Baseball Cleats. No metal Cleats.

Gloves, Bats, Helmets and Balls:
Players are encouraged to bring their own glove to practice and games.
The League provides each team with bats, balls and helmets but payers may also bring their own.

Baseball bats must be USA Certified  - look for certification on the bat- uncertified bats are not allowed for league game play.

Softball bat rules can be found at Little League International Softball equipment rules.

Again, team bats are available for player use during games and practices for those who do not have their own.

Updated Official Rule as of Feb. 14, 2019 - The new USA Baseball bat standard (USABat), was developed by a USA Baseball committee of scientific experts. Either USABat Standard bats or BBCOR bats must be used at the Intermediate (50/70) Baseball and Junior League Baseball Divisions.

All male players FARM and above are REQUIRED to wear cup protection at all practices and games. There are no exceptions. 

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