(Please note that the below information is not applicable to the Challenger Division)
Baseball and Softball players MUST live or attend school withinthe Walnut Creek Little League Boundaries.
Little League International has updated their policy regarding proof of residency requirements. We are in the process of updating our website and notifying new parents. In the meantime, please refer to the link below for all information
CHALLENGER REGISTRATION WILL REMAIN OPEN
BASEBALL REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED
SOFTBALL SENIOR DIVISION REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED
ALL SOFTBALL 12 YR OLDS WILL BE PLACED ON A WAIT LIST
If you register for the baseball or softball waitlist, you will not be charged at checkout. However, if your child makes it off the waitlist and is placed on a team, you will be responsible for the registration fee, late fee ($50) and volunteer deposit ($150). Those fees will be due at the time your son is placed on a team.
Here are a few dates to keep in mind:
Softball tryouts for all players (8 yrs old-12 yrs old) will be held on Sunday, Jan 22nd. If cancelled due to rain, tryouts will be moved to Saturday, Jan 28th. Times and location will be emailed on the softball page of our website. http://www.wcbaseball.org/page/show/2961486-softball
Link to registration:
Volunteer opportunities are available!! We have many opportunities available, even before the season starts. Check out the link below.
Excited for the next baseball season to begin? So are we! But before we start planning for 2017, we just want to summarize the league's highlights from the 2016 season:
In addition, the league would like to thank our sponsor, Hyde Printing, and to all the volunteers who provide support throughout the season.
The Juniors All-Star team has won the Northern California Championship and will be moving on to the Western Region Championships next week in Vancouver, Washington. Congratulations and good luck in the last round before the Little League World Series!
The Walnut Creek Junior All Stars beat Benicia 11-1 in the Section 1 Championship game today in Marin. It was a great TEAM win with contributions from all, with multiple home runs and a dominating, complete-game performance by pitcher Luke Saunders! Congratulations boys to one of the biggest wins in WCLL history! Good luck in the Northern California Championship Series in Auburn.
It was pretty impressive as the Junior Gold team mercy ruled every team they played in District 4 including the championship game. They moved on to the Sectionals and beat San Rafael on their home field 8-3 yesterday. The boys have really worked hard all season to get to where they are and have been great ambassadors for WCLL throughout.
The Junior team keeps rolling beating a solid Benica team 5-4 in a well-played game (by both teams) led by Cayden Royere who hit 2 HRs, including a walk-off, 2-run blast over the center field fence. Come out and support the boys this Saturday (7/16) at 11AM in San Rafael for the Sectional Championship game against the winner of Fort Bragg and Benica. Everyone associated with WCLL should be proud with how well this team is representing our City - with great play and great sportsmanship!
The Phillies finished the season with an overall record of 27-1
Phillies won 1-0, scoring their lone run in the top of the 6th. Colin Parker pitched 4 innings of 1 hit ball striking out 6, Brady Wright came in and pitched 2 innings of 1 hit ball striking out 5. Zack Lazzarini scored the winning run on a hit by Jon Mendelssohn. Excellent pitching from both sides, great defense and timely batting.
Congratulations Phillies for bring home a Championship to Walnut Creek!
Congratulations to the 2016 Division Winners!
AA – Tigers
AAA – Phillies
Majors – Royals
Please click here for a survey on this season. We are always trying to improve WCLL. We need to know what is going well and where we can improve.
As of January 1, 2018, the new USA Baseball Bat Standard will be implemented for all organizations that are part of USA Baseball. This includes all Little League organizations, Pony, Babe Ruth, and others.
Little League-approved baseball bats that are approved for use for the 2017 season will no longer be acceptable for use in any Little League game or activity starting on January 1, 2018.
for details of 2017 and 2018 bat regulations.
Walnut Creek Little League
PO Box 3235
Walnut Creek, CA 94598