2016 Spring Little League Baseball
is Now Open!
West Chester/Liberty Little League Baseball is offered during the Spring & Fall seasons for boys and girls ages 3 through 16.
Age is based on the Little League Age Determination Chart found below. For the Fall season, the age for the following Spring season is used.
- BlastBall – Age 3
- Tball - Ages 4 and 5
- Rookie – Ages 6 and 7
- First Pitch – Age 8
- Minors – Ages 9 and 10
- Majors – Ages 11 and 12
- Intermediate . Juniors – Ages 13 and 14
- Seniors – Ages 15 and 16
·Spring registration opens in November with a Guaranteed Placement Deadline of February 1st.
· Fall Registration opens in May with a Guaranteed Placement Deadline of July 15th
The Spring Season runs from April 1st to June 30th.
*Games are held on weeknights and Saturdays.
*BlastBall practices and games are held on Saturdays only
The Fall Season runs from mid-August to the end of October.
*Fall games are held on Sundays with practice one night during the week.
*BlastBall practices and games are held on Sundays only.
*All players except BlastBall players need to provide baseball pants and baseball gloves.
*Protective cups, cleats, and bats are recommended
*Players in BlastBall receive a tshirt and hat
*Players in Tball, Rookie, and First Pitch receive an MLB hat, a jersey, and socks.
*Players in Minors, Majors, Juniors, and Seniors receive an MLB hat, MLB shirt, and socks.
*Players receive a hat and t-shirt
LSO Baseball is excited to now be West Chester / Liberty Little League. By affiliating with Little League, LSO can now better serve the children of West Chester and Liberty Townships.
The organizers of Little League recognized early on that the fundamental preparation for adult life can be accomplished on the baseball diamond. It is through athletics that youngsters learn their own strengths and develop skills, the meaning of sportsmanship and cooperation, the essence of competition and the qualities that constitute effective leadership. In Little League, children learn about character, courage and loyalty. And in learning these values, Little Leaguer's develop citizenship, discipline, teamwork skills and physical well-being.