2017 Memorial Little League Baseball & Softball Registration Underway

Register Today!

Fees: Fees for all of our divisions of play are listed below, including a special opportunity for Farm softball players.

Memorial Little League Baseball Fees
(Girls are eligible at all levels of baseball)

BaseballAgesCostRegistration Links
Tee BallAges: 5-6$110.00Register: Tee Ball
Farm Baseball Ages: 7-8$140.00Register: Farm
Minors Baseball Ages: 9-10$145.00Register: Minors
Majors Baseball Ages: 11-12$165.00Register: Majors
Pony Baseball Ages: 13-14$165.00Register: Pony
Colt Baseball Ages: 15-16$200.00Register: Colt
Palomino Baseball Ages: 17-18$215.00Register: Palomino

Memorial Little League Softball Fees

SoftballAgesCostRegistration Links
TBallAges: 5-6$110.00Register: TBall
Farm Softball Ages: 7-8$130.00Register: Farm
Minors Softball Ages: 9-10$140.00Register: Minors
Majors Softball Ages: 11-12$155.00Register: Majors
Juniors SoftballAges: 13-14$160.00Register: Juniors
Seniors SoftballAges: 15-16$160.00Register: Seniors
Big League Softball Ages: 17-18$160.00Register: Big League

* We are able to offer special pricing on Farm softball, this year, as part of the Little League “Grow the Game” program.

Privacy Policy It is the policy of Memorial LL that we will not share your information with anyone without your consent. The information you provide here is used by Memorial LL to contact you about Memorial LL business. Primarily that has to do with season information, but it also may include promotional opportunities for your local league. Little League International would like to collect information about the members in its chartered leagues, so you will have the opportunity to request that your information be shared with LL Intl during registration. Otherwise, we will share your information with no one.

The Process: When you click the registration link, you will be taken to a page asking for information about your player(s). The information is streamlined, to make things as easy as possible. You can add up to four players on one form – if you have more players than that, just start another registration. After entering the information, you will be given a chance to confirm it – and to return to the entry page if you wish to make changes. Clicking “Save and Continue” on the confirmation page is what causes the information to be saved in our registration database – so at that point, your player(s) is(are) registered. At that point you will be brought to a payment page – you may either complete payment electronically or close out the browser and send us a check. Please note that you may review a registration transaction, but you will continue to see the payment page until payment is confirmed by our staff.

Documents Worth Reviewing
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LL Baseball League Age Calculator
LL Waiver

2017 Bat Information

Little League® International has assembled an online resource page dedicated to baseball bat information, that includes the latest bat information, current Little League Baseball rules and regulations governing bats, definition of terms, the moratorium on the use of composite bats, and a series of frequently asked questions, with answers and licensed bat lists.

Web: Bat Information

Memorial Little League Coach & Parent Clinic This Sunday

Our second coach/parent clinic is this upcoming Sunday, January 29th at Creighton Prep from 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm. Please park in the west lot and enter the building from the north entrance.

This week’s clinic will focus on pitching instruction and how to organize and run an effective practice. The clinic is open to any parent who may want to coach or assist in coaching, as well as any parent who wants more information on how to work with their child on pitching. Joe Ryberg and Dave Mullin will lead this weekend’s clinic and have great experience on both fronts.

Sunday, January 29th
Creighton Prep (72nd and Western – park in west lot and enter building from the north)
1:30 pm -3:00 pm

The following week, we will begin our eight week instruction with the kids. Your individual manager will be communicating with you each week here on out.

Memorial Skills Program 2017 Registration

The Skills Program will hold its sixth season in 2017, and baseball players ages 7-12 as of August 31, 2017 are invited to participate.  If you are interested in remaining in Memorial Little League, and would like the option to accelerate your child’s baseball development, I encourage you to consider the program and read the information below.

First, and most importantly, the evaluation date for the MLL Skills Program will be Sunday, August 28th at the Columbus Park field at 24th & Woolworth.  A specific time will be assigned to you once we know how many players will be participating.  A make-up date may be offered at a later time, but our goal is to evaluate all players on August 28th.

I have attached an explanation of the Skills Program for those of you who are not familiar with the program.  Even if you are familiar with the program, I encourage everyone to read the attached program overview.  As stated in the document, to qualify for the Skills Program, your son must meet the following criteria:

Participation requirements
A player is only eligible for the MLL Skills Program if:
(a)    He played in the Memorial Little League regular season in 2015 or 2016, OR he lives or attends school within the MLL district boundaries, AND
(b)    He is playing the MLL regular season in 2017, AND
(c)   Players age 9-12 will possess a minimum level of skills, including the ability to consistently catch a ball (both forehand and backhand) and throw the ball accurately.

Evaluation Outcomes
After review of the evaluations, your son will be placed in one of two programs:

Playing Team:  ONLY 12 kids per age group will be selected to be a part of a team which will begin playing competitive games in April.  We will have only ONE playing team per age group in 2017.  Depending on the age group, teams play on average between 10-15 games against strong competition throughout the metro area.

Practice Squad:  If your child is not selected for a playing team, they will be offered to participate in an extensive skills clinic group which will meet four-six times starting in January.  While this group will not be playing competitive games, this is a comprehensive program to improve skills and prepare your son for the regular season.

We are e-mailing this information to the e-mail addresses that were used to register players for the 2016 regular season.  These e-mail addresses are not always accurate and all inclusive.   If you know of a Memorial family that would benefit from the program, I encourage you to forward this e-mail.  I would rather oversaturate interested parties than leave anyone out.

If your child is interested in being evaluation for the 2017 baseball Skills Program, please submit your application no later than Thursday, August 18th using the following link.  If you have multiple sons participating, please sign each boy up separately:

Memorial Skills Registration Form

If you have a conflict on August 28th, please email me what times your son would be available that day, if at all.

After August 18th, I will provide a specific evaluation time for your son on August 28th.  Thank you.

Jim Vokal
Memorial Skills President

2016 Dundee Day Parade

Once again, we are registered to walk in the 2016 Dundee Day Parade! We will meet and assemble in the Brownell Talbot parking lot on Saturday morning, August 27. All past and present ballplayers, coaches and families are encouraged to participate. Expect future updates and emails in preparation for event. Please contact Joe Craig at joseph.craig(at)gmail(dot)com for more information.