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Snohomish Little League

Spring Baseball

Registration for the 2024 Spring season is now open!

Registration for the 2024 Spring season will open on November 28th, 2023. Registration will close on February 1st, 2024 for upper divisions and March 8th, 2024 for lower divisions. If you miss the registration deadline, please contact [email protected] to be added to the waitlist.

Registration fees range from $175-$300 depending on division. Registration fees for Baseball divisions include a jersey and hat for your player - other uniform items, such as baseball pants and socks, should be purchased on your own. 

We offer partial and full scholarships for those in need. If you are in need of financial assistance, please contact our league president at [email protected].

Who Can Play?
Players of all skill levels, ages 6-16, who live in or attend school in the Snohomish Little League boundaries are eligible to play in our league. Please use the Little League Finder prior to registering to see if your player is eligible to play in our league. You will be required to provide proof of residency or school enrollment during registration.
**if you do not live in or attend school in our boundaries but would like a variance to play in our league, please contact us at [email protected] to start the process.

Tryouts/Player Evaluations
All players registered for AA and above must attend one evaluation. Our League Player Agent, league officials, and coaches will be at tryouts evaluating players. Our League Player Agent uses the evaluation to ensure that all players are registered in the appropriate division based on their skills and gives each player a final grade relevant to the division. Coaches use the grades provided by the league, as well as their own evaluations they completed at tryouts, to draft their team.
**if your player misses tryouts, they will be drawn onto a team at the completion of the draft. ALL registered players will be placed on a team. 

Team/Buddy Requests
We do not accept team or buddy requests for upper division players.
If your player is in the Rookie division, you may request to be placed on a team with a certain coach and/or buddy during registration. While we do our best to honor these requests, they are not guaranteed.

Baseball Divisions


Minor League Rookie 
 typically for players 6-7 years old
Minor League AA

typically for players 8-9 years old

Minor League AAA

typically for players 9-12 years old

Major League

typically for players 10-12 years old


typically for players 11-13 years old

Junior League

typically for players 12-14 years old

Senior League 

typically for players 13-16 years old 

*Detailed breakdowns for each division are below

Although each division has ages associated, placement is determined by skill assessment of the individual player. Skill assessment is conducted by League officials and coaches at an annual tryout session. If you believe your child should play up or down a division, or if you have questions about the division that is best for your player, please contact the League Player Agent to discuss the situation and get registered in the proper division. Note that not all divisions are formed each year - it entirely depends on if there enough players to field a team. 

To determine your child's league age, please reference the Baseball Little League Age ChartYou can also use this handy Little League Age Calculator

League Age


Division Description

Minor League

Minor League programs are offered for younger players, looking to gain more experience. League instruction starts as coach-pitch and moves to kid-pitch as players move up in age and skill.

Major League

The Major League division is a competitive, advanced-play league with strong competition. This is a full kid-pitch division, that will incorporate advanced coaching and playing techniques.


The Intermediate division 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).

 Juniors League

The Junior League programs are considered more challenging than younger Little League® divisions due to more advanced rules, including the ability to lead-off and steal as the pitcher breaks, along with longer base paths and greater pitching distance.

 Senior League

The Senior League division uses a 90-foot diamond with a pitching distance of 60 feet, 6 inches. This is the highest division of Little League® and provides the most advanced level of play.

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