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San Ramon Little League

San Ramon Little League (SRLL) is a fully chartered Little League open to all boys and girls between the ages of 5-16 living within or attending a school within the boundaries for SRLL as determined and approved by Little League Baseball. We play within District 57 of the Western Region of Little League.

SRLL has been providing a fun and rewarding baseball experience for over 45 years.  We have over 1,000 children from T-Ball through our upper divisions that participate each year.

SRLL has developed a strong program and had great success in post season play the last several years.  Our 10, 11, and 12 yr. old All-Star teams have won eight District 57 titles, five Sectional Titles, three Northern CA Runner-ups, and a Northern CA State Championship.    Upper Division teams have done very well with several District 57 Championships at the Juniors All-Stars and Big All-Star Divisions in recent years.

SRLL is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors, which is elected by General Election Board Meetings. The playing season for SRLL usually begins with practices in February and ends for most players in June. Post-Season and All-Stars begins in June and ends in late July or early August.

San Ramon Little League Constitution
The objective of the Local League shall be to implant firmly in the children of the community the ideals of good sportsmanship, honesty, loyalty, courage and respect for authority, so that they may be well adjusted, stronger and happier children and will grow to be good, decent, healthy and trustworthy citizens.
SRLL Constitution
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Spring registration 2020 is now open and if you're new to the league or unsure about which division your child should play, please check out the information below.  Remember, we are always in need of volunteers and welcome you to check out our Board of Directors page if you have a passion for baseball and desire to serve the San Ramon baseball community. 

Can't wait to see your child on the field and your family in the stands!

T-Ball: Age Group: 5U-7U - player's age on 8/31/20

  • Description: Often, a family’s first introduction to baseball is in the Tee Ball program. The experience is grounded in fun, fitness, and fundamentals. Players will hit off a tee and no score will be kept, while growing a child’s love for the game.  Tee Ball players use bats and balls designated specifically for use in this division. 
  •  Time commitment: One practice and one game per week

RookieAge Group: 6U-8U - player's age on 8/31/20

  • Description: For players with no or limited baseball experience. Pitching is done by coaches, while children continue to learn the game. No scores are kept but at this level outs are recorded with three ending each half inning. On defense each team will have ten (10) defensive positions. The fundamentals of baseball are reinforced and players are introduced to additional aspects of the game.
  •  Time commitment:  One practice and two games per week.

A-Ball: Age Group: 7U-9U - player's age on 8/31/20

  • Description:  The A Division is the first “draft” level division. All players are required to attend Tryouts and teams are formed through a manager draft process supervised by the Division Coordinator, Player Agent and League President. The standard nine defensive positions are used and scores and standings are kept for the player pitch portion of the season. Players are taught advanced fundamentals of baseball such that they are exposed to pitching techniques, playing positions, defensive pre-pitch preparedness, live batting and aggressive base running.  A postseason tournament will determine the champion for the division. The top 2 teams will receive trophies.
  •  Additional Services: Trained volunteer umpires, Professional Skills Clinics
  •  Time commitment:  One practice and two games per week.

AA Ball: Age Group: 8U-10U - player's age on 8/31/20. 

  • Description: The AA division is designed to be a transitional developmental division for the children. The AA tends to be a little less competitive than AAA or Majors, and several of the rules are altered to facilitate the development of the players and enhance the game day experience.  This is a kid-pitch division with umpires calling balls and strikes. The AA focuses on developing pitchers and catchers as this is the first time these two positions become a critical part of the game. 
  •  Additional Services: Professional Umpires, Professional Skills Clinics.
  •  Time commitment:  Two practice and two games per week.

AAA Ball: Age Group: 9U-11U - player's age on 8/31/20.

  • Description: The AAA division provides a place for competitive play with a narrowed range of the player skill sets.  AAA is designed to maximize fun and skills development for players who need more of a challenge than they would receive in the AA Division but who are not quite ready for the Majors.  A player in AAA will have more opportunity for development at key positions versus the Majors. Every player will be required to participate in tryouts. Players will be assessed and a draft will be conducted to ensure that fair and balanced teams can be created.
  •  Additional Services: Professional Umpires, Professional Skills Clinics
  •  Time commitment:  Two practice and two games per week.

Majors: Age Group: 11U-12U - player's age on 8/31/20. 

  • Description: This is our premier division; Majors is the culmination of everything the players have learned through their years in baseball.  This level has live pitching with professional umpires working the games. There are two practices and two games per week in this division.  Players participating in Majors are eligible to be selected for post-season tournament play. This is the age group that plays in the Little League World Series.
  • Additional Services: Professional Umpires, Professional Skills Clinics
  • Time commitment:  Two practice and two games per week.

The Intermediate Division of Little League was created so that more players have the opportunity to play additional baseball, but not just any baseball—Little League baseball! The division offers players league age 13 to expand their play and bridge a transition from the Majors 46/60 field dimensions to the new 50/70 fields and prepare them for going even further at the 60/90 fields.

The Junior League Baseball Division is a program for boys and girls ages 14, using a conventional 90-foot diamond with a pitching distance of 60 feet, 6 inches. Modified diamond dimensions may be used during the regular season.

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San Ramon Little League

P.O Box 604 
San Ramon, California 94583

Email: [email protected]

San Ramon Little League

P.O Box 604 
San Ramon, California 94583

Email: [email protected]
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