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Raleigh Hills

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Raleigh Hills Little League


Spring 2021 Season Dates to Know:

February 21st: AAA Clinic 12-2pm, Majors Clinic 4-6pm (at BALL indoor)

February 21st: AAA/Majors registration closes (previously 2/14)

February 24th: PCA Coaching Clinic @ 7pm (Zoom link:

February 28th: AAA Clinic 12-2pm, Majors Clinic 4-6pm (at BALL indoor)

March 4th: PCA Coaching Clinic @ 7pm (Zoom link:

March 6th: AAA/Majors tryouts (9am - 1pm, your player's specific time will be communicated approx 1 week before the tryout date)

March 8th-9th: AAA/Majors draft

March 10th: T-Ball/A/AA registration closes

March 12th-15th: DICK'S Discount Weekend

March TBD: T-ball/A/AA Coaches meeting

March 17th: PCA Coaches Clinic @ 7pm (required for new coaches/managers) ( )

March 30th: Virtual First Aid Training for Coaches @ 7pm (Zoom link to follow)

April 3rd: Opening Weekend/Games begin

April 30-May2: 72-Hour Fundraiser Challenge

May 1st: Picture Day

May 1st: Spirit Wear Pop-Up Store

June 3 - June 8: Majors Playoffs



Little League Bat Standard for 2020

Testing and evaluating of youth baseball bats has evolved into a science. So much so that the standard has also evolved to where USA Baseball, the national governing body for the sport of baseball in the United States, is adopting a new method for measuring bat performance in the testing of youth bats that went into effect on January 1, 2018. The new USA Baseball bat standard (USABat), was developed by a USA Baseball committee of scientific experts.

Effective on January 1, 2018, Little League Baseball® will adhere to the new USABat standard. No bats previously approved for use in Little League Play (Junior League Baseball and below) will be permitted to be used in any Little League game or practice, or other Little League function, event, or activity.

What this means for local Little Leagues, and Little League baseball players in the Tee Ball through Junior League Divisions, as well as Little League Challenger Division®, is that all current Little League-approved bats can be used during the 2017 Little League regular season and throughout tournament play, but can no longer be used starting in 2018. All of Little League’s current bat regulations will remain in effect until December 31, 2017. Be aware that this new bat standard effects Little League Baseball only. There are no changes to the bat standard or regulations for Little League Softball®.

RHLL Handouts, Resources, and Helpful Information

RHLL MEDICAL RELEASE FORM: required for ALL players and generated from your player registration data. At the beginning of the season, following assignment to a team, your team's manager/head coach will provide you with a copy of the form to review, sign, and return to your team manager.

RHLL PLAYER & PARENT CONCUSSION AWARENESS ACKNOWLEDGMENT: All players 12 and older, and all parents of players younger than 12 must read the concussion awareness information as part of the registration process.

RHLL PLAYER & PARENT CODES OF CONDUCT: documents required of all RHLL players and parents.

RHLL 2019 SAFETY AWARENESS PLAN:  The plan covers key safety areas relevant to League operation and game play, including fields and facilities, equipment, practice and game activities, and food handling.

GAME PLAY GUIDELINES: guidelines for all levels of baseball play in RHLL:



CONCUSSION TRAINING REQUIREMENTS FOR COACHES AND UMPIRES: All youth sports coaches and referees must complete annual concussion training. This is required by Oregon law that took effect January 1, 2014. Please take this 30-minute online course provided by the Centers for Disease Control. The league is required to have certificates on-hand for all managers, so please complete this training right away. If you have any questions about this law or training, please contact our league safety officer.

SCHOOL BOUNDARIES MAPS: for all schools falling within RHLL boundaries. Players with home addresses that fall within these boundaries are eligible to play in our league! If your address falls outside RHLL boundaries, please be sure to look into registration with one of RHLL's neighbor leagues at the Oregon Little League District 4 website.

SCOREKEEPING GUIDE: Parents interested in volunteering to be team scorekeeper (AAA & Majors Level) can review this scorekeeping guide for helpful pointers.


Please contact [email protected] for more information on becoming an umpire for RHLL. We pay competitive rates for base and plate umpires. Little League District 4 is hosting an umpire training session on Saturday, March 7th, 2020 from 8-5 p.m. at Fowler Middle School.