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Nov, 2023

2024 Spring Season Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What is the cost of registration for the Spring 2023 season?
The first child is $185.00.  The second child is $95.00 and every child after that is $75.00.  There is an additional $3 non-refundable transaction fee as part of registration.  You will see the multi-child discount at the very end of the registration process just before you check out.

How do I register?
Register online at    When you complete registration, a confirmation email will be sent to you that has instructions on what documentation to gather and next steps. 

When does the season start?  When does it end?
Teams will be formed mid-February.   The first day teams can begin practicing is currently scheduled for Sat Feb 24th.  Due to a new APS schedule, and a two week spring break, games will begin on Monday April 8th.  Opening Day Ceremonies are planned for Saturday, April 13th.  The end of the season is scheduled for Friday May 31st, which is also the last day of school for APS.   AllStars are announced June 1st for those interested in tournament ball. 

What kind of time commitment does it take to play Little League?
It can vary but prior to the season starting you can expect two practices a week, one on the weekday and one on the weekend.  During the season you can expect one game during the week, one game on the weekend and at least one practice during the week.  For the older divisions, due to the new APS schedule, there will be a couple of weeks during the season where three games are played. 

Is there a late fee?   
Yes - to avoid the late fee, register prior to 2/9/24.   Any registration on or after 2/9/24 will have a $30 late fee.

What if I want my child to play in a division lower, or higher, than what is automatically assigned during registration?
The program will automatically determine what division your child is eligible for based on their birth date.  If you would like for your child to play in a division different than what they are eligible for, commonly referred to as "playing up" or "playing down”, you need to do the following: (1) Complete registration based on the Little League age using this system (2) When you bring in your documents during one of the registration days, communicate your desire to change divisions to the league VP.

Why are you asking me for my child's shirt and hat size during registration?
Getting your child's shirt and hat size help us do upfront planning and ordering in an effort to avoid some of the delays we are seeing.    Please note:  We will make every effort to get the shirt size ordered, but it cannot be guaranteed.

What is the 50/70 Baseball division?
Eastdale would like to try again to field a 50/70 team rather than a Junior team in 2024. The division, which was a new division of Little League Baseball in 2013 with postseason tournament opportunities, including a World Series, offers a transition for players between the standard Little League field size (46-foot pitching distance and 60-foot base paths) and the Junior/Senior field size (60-foot, 6-inch pitching distance and 90-foot base paths). Many of the Junior League rules are used such as runners being permitted to lead off bases, runners may attempt to steal at any time, and allowing an on-deck batter. 

If your participant is league age 12 they can play on a Major team AND a 50/70 team at the same time! 
If your participant is league age 13 they can either play on a 50/70 team OR a Senior team. They choose.


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