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2021 SPRING FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
 
We have tried to provide answers to a number of the questions that we get asked frequently.  
 
If you do not find an immediate answer below there is a lot of good information in the parent meeting presentation which can be found here:  2020 PARENT PRESENTATION
 
When will practices/games take place?
 
Baseball T-Ball
  • Practice takes place one evening a week.  The day is a function of which team your player is placed on.
  • There will be one game a week usually on Saturdays.
1st/2nd Baseball
  • Practice takes place one evening a week.  The day is a function of which team your player is placed on.
  • There will be one game a week usually on Saturdays.
3rd Grade and Up Baseball
  • Practice takes place one evening a week or on Sundays.  The day is a function of which team your player is placed on.
  • There will be two games a week  - one during the week and one on Saturdays.
 
When does the season start and end?
Weather permitting the season will start the first weekend in April.
The season will run until the middle of June.
 
Does my child need to attend the baseball evaluations?
All players baseball in 3rd grade and up will need to attend the evaluations.  In 2021 we expect evaluations to take place at the Wilton Y fields in early March.
 
When will I hear from the manager?
Managers should begin reaching out to players around the end of March.  
 
How do I find out if games or any other events are postponed or cancelled?
 You will receive an email from your manager and it will be posted on WLL social media.
 
Do I need to buy a uniform?  
Each player will be provided with a shirt.  Baseball players will need an athletic cup.  Additionally, players will need a baseball glove.
 
Can I use any bat?
Little League Baseball has a new bat standard this year that will require all players to have a new bat.  Any baseball bat used prior to the 2018 is no longer allowed.  More information about what kind of bat can be found at this link -  http://www.littleleague.org/learn/equipment/baseballbatinfo.htm