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Spring 2024 Season 

Registration is OPEN NOW!!! 

Registration will close on Jan 7th. 

Opening Day will be Saturday, February 24th.

Closing Day will be Saturday, June 1st.

*Please read through all these questions and answers below before emailing or asking questions*

How do I register my child to play?
Create a user name and password on this website, enter you information and your child's information, select their division, answer the registration questions, and pay the registration fee. 

When are the Spring season registration dates?

November 1st - Registration Starts
January 7th - Registration Closes

Who can register to play in our league?
Your child must either live in our league boundary or go to school in our boundary. You can click on this link and enter an address to check if it's in our boundary: League Finder Link

What is my child's League Age? 
Your child's league age for the Spring season is what their age would be on August 31st of that same year. For example: for Spring 2024 season, your child's league age is their age on 8/31/2024. Click here for more information about Little League ages.

How do I know what division to register my child for?
See the guidelines and registration suggestions by league age listed below.  Go to Division Descriptions for more information about divisions.

League Age 4 year olds: Can only play Tee Ball.

League Age 5 year olds: Most play Tee Ball.  If they have completed one spring season of tee ball, are mature for their age, and have above average baseball skills for their age, they can play Rookies (coach pitch).

League Age 6-year-olds:  Most play Rookies (coach pitch).   If they are nervous about playing baseball for the first time, they can play Tee Ball.  If they have completed at least one spring season of Rookies, are mature for their age, and have above average baseball skills for their age, they have the option to attend assessments and try out for CAPS (machine pitch). If not drafted in CAPs, they will play Rookies. Usually only a few 6-year-olds play CAPS and they can already catch, throw, and hit off the pitching machine.

League Age 7-year-olds: If they are brand new to baseball, they should play Rookies (coach pitch).  If they have completed at least one spring season of Rookies, they can play CAPS (machine pitch).  Those wanting to play in CAPS will need to be drafted into CAPS.  7-year-olds who do not attend assessments and/or are not drafted into CAPS will play in Rookies.

League Age 8-year-olds: Most play CAPs, but they have the option to try out to play up in Minors (player pitch). If not drafted in Minors, they will play CAPS. Usually only a few 8 year olds play in Minors and they can already catch, throw, and hit well.

League Age 9-year-olds: If they have played at least one spring season of CAPS and had a successful season, then they should play in Minors.  If they are new to baseball, or if they struggled in CAPS the previous season, they should play in CAPS.  

League Age 10-year-olds: Can only play Minors, they cannot play down at CAPS or play up at Intermediates. 

League Age 11-year-olds: If they have played at least one season of Minors and had a very successful season, then they should play in Intermediates.  If they are new to baseball or were not incredibly successful in Minors the previous season, they should play in Minors. 

League Age 12-year-olds: Can only play Intermediates, they cannot play down in Minors or play up at Juniors.

League Age 13-year-olds: Most play Intermediates, they can also play Juniors. This age group also has the option to play both Intermediates and Juniors, however it is two registrations fees, two uniforms, two game schedules and the games sometimes conflict. Per our league rule, they can only pitch in one division and pitch count rules will be followed.

League Age 14-year-olds: Can only play Juniors, they cannot play down at Intermediates or play up at Seniors.

League Age 15-year-olds: Can play Juniors or Seniors, or both, however they are not eligible for Juniors All Stars. If playing both, there are two registration fees, two uniforms, two separate seasons. These seasons don’t conflict since Juniors ends by 1 June and Seniors starts around 1 June.

League Age 16-year-olds: Can only play Seniors. Our league plans to have a Senior division but registration won’t open up until 1 May and season won’t start until 1 June.  Season has to start after high school season is finished.


What if my child used to live in the boundary or go to school in the boundary but doesn't anymore?
If your child lived or attended school in our boundary last year and you have since moved or changed schools, not to worry, your player can continue to play with PLL and will still be eligible for All Stars.  If this is the case, please contact the league Player Agent at [email protected] so a very simple and easy waiver can be completed. You can register your player prior to contacting the Player Agent, but make sure to contact them prior to the start of the season.  

What if my child has never lived in the boundary or gone to school in the boundary?
If your child has never lived in our boundary and never went to school in our boundary and they still want to play in our league, they need to complete the "Out of Boundary Waiver" process.  This process includes the player obtaining a release from their home league and an acceptance by Peninsula Little League.  Contact the Player Agent for more info about out of boundary waivers.  More info on Little League waivers is available at

My kid is in Tee Ball or Rookies.  Do we really have to live or attend school within the PLL boundary to play with PLL?  

No, a lot of exceptions can be made for Tee Ball and Rookies aged players.  If you have questions about your individual circumstance, please contact the Lower Player Agent at [email protected].  

Note: Sunset View Elementary, Silver Gate Elementary, and Dana Middle School are NOT in our boundary (they are in Pt Loma LL boundary).
 If your player goes to one of these schools, either their home address must be in our boundary or in the case of Dana Middle School, their elementary school was in our boundary. If your home address is not in our boundary, but their elementary school was in our boundary and now your player goes to Dana, contact the Player Agent to complete a simple waiver.

Do I need to upload birth certificate and residency documents when I register my child?
No. We need hard copies of your player's residency documents which are collected at assessments. 

When does the season start?
Spring Season registration starts November 1st, assessments are in mid-January, teams are formed by the start of February, first games are the last Saturday of February, and last games are the first weekend of June. Each team plays about 16 games plus playoffs (11 games for Tee Ball and Rookies).

When are games played?
Games are played on each Saturday starting the last Saturday of February and going through the first Saturday of June. After Daylight Savings Time, CAPS, Minors, Intermediate, and Juniors divisions will also play one weekday evening game each week.  No games will be played during SDUSD's spring break from March 30-April 7 nor over Memorial Day Weekend from May 24-27.   

When/where are practices?
Practice days/times and location are up to the manager to coordinate with the teams.  Practices are held in the OB/PL area, typically at Cleator Park, Robb Field, OB Elementary, or Liberty Station.

What are assessments?
Assessments are required for Spring season for CAPS, Minors, Intermediate, and Juniors division so that the managers can assess the skill levels of the players and balanced teams can be formed. Assessments are not required for Tee Ball nor Rookies.  

How are teams formed?

For CAPS, Minors, Intermediates, and Juniors division, spring teams are created using draft. Players attend assessments and their skills are evaluated. The players are ranked based on their evaluated skills. The managers then use the rankings as a guide to select their team through a draft. Assessment and rankings are done to help evenly draft the teams. The league will not honor any friend nor manager requests in the spring for the divisions that use assessments.  For Tee Ball and Rookies, teams will be formed at orientation and players are allowed to select their manager and play on a team with their friends.

Is my player guaranteed to play in the division in which they are registered?
No. Players who do not get drafted into the division in which they registered will be placed in a lower division.   Players who are registered for Tee Ball and Rookies will be placed on teams in the division in which they registered.  

Are siblings guaranteed to be on the same team?
Siblings who are drafted in the same division will be placed on the same team. However, one sibling being drafted does not guarantee that the other sibling(s) will be drafted into that same division.  Often, an older sibling is drafted into one division but the younger sibling is not drafted and therefor is placed in a lower division.  

When are game schedules posted:
Game schedules are created and published no later than one week before Opening Day.  Weekday games start between 4:30 and 5pm.  First games on Saturday can begin at 8am and last games can start as late as 4 pm after day light savings time.

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