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Stanwood-Camano Little League

Stanwood-Camano Little League

T-BALL (4-6 Years Old)

T-ball: Co-Ed Teams (Ages: 4-6)

This division is typically intended for pre-school and kindergarteners. A soft safety baseball is used for player protection. Players hit the ball from a batting tee for the majority of the season, with an option for some coach pitch towards the end. Every player plays in the field each inning and bats each inning. 
If your child is league age 4, 5, or 6 and has never played organized baseball, T-ball is a great place to begin. If your child is 6, has played a season in T-ball, can hit a pitched ball every now and then, and can catch a thrown ball every now and then, consider having him or her move up to the Rookie baseball or Rookie softball division.

Practice and Games:

Typically, players at this level will have one practice and one game per week. Games are usually on Saturdays, with an occasional weeknight game. Practice schedules are not set until after registration closes. Once volunteer coaches are registered and approved, they select their practice day and time. Practices are typically in the evening. Start times are generally between 4pm to 6pm and last an hour. Game schedule is not likely to be set until the end of March, beginning of April. Games run April through mid-June. Games typically last 60 minutes, not including warm up before.

Buddies and Coaches:

At this level, SCLL places high value on buddy requests and coach requests. Although, we cannot guarantee specific placement, emphasis is to allow players to play with their friends whenever possible. Generally speaking, kids are placed according to their elementary school, if no specific buddy request is made.

Equipment and Uniforms:

SCLL provides a team jersey, baseball hat, and communal batting helmets for every player.  At this level, baseball pants and cleats are not required. Colors for pants, socks, belt will be discussed at the team meeting at the beginning of the season by the manager (head coach) of the team.


At this level of play, every helper is greatly appreciated. However, for safety reasons, all volunteers must register, complete a background check, and abuse awareness training before being on the field with the children. All approved volunteers will be issued a photo identification badge and must wear it any time they are on a ballfield or in the dugout. For parents, adults wearing a SCLL badge have been screened by SCLL and these are great people to point out to your young children as "safe strangers" if they are in need of assistance.

Managers and Coaches:

We would like to encourage parents to consider becoming managers or coaches for your child's team. The league will provide you with the tools and assistance to be successful. If you are interested or have questions, feel free to contact our baseball coaching coordinator.

Medical Release Form:

Coaches are required to obtain a Medical Release Form from all players. After a parent/guardian prints, fills out, and signs the form, please hand it to the coach at your first practice.



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Stanwood, Washington 98292

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