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Tryouts This Saturday
by posted 01/10/2018

Westchester Little League Tryouts

This weekend at Westchester Park Field #3, Westchester Little League will be conducting tryouts for the 2018 Season.   Youth from ages 6-12 years of age are welcome to tryout. You can choose to attend on either Saturday or Sunday with times listed below.  If you have not registered your child, please take time to fill out the information online:  REGISTER NOW


Saturday, Jan. 13th @ Westchester Park Field #2 
8:30 AM - Single-A  6-7 yrs
9:30 AM - Double AA 7-8 yrs
10:30 AM - Minor 9-10 yrs 
12:00 PM - Major  11-12 yrs. 

Saturday, Jan. 20th @ Westchester Park Field #2 
8:30 AM - Single-A  6-7 yrs
9:30 AM - Double AA 7-8 yrs
10:30 AM - Minor 9-10 yrs 
12:00 PM - Major  11-12 yrs

Sunday, Jan. 21st @ Westchester Park Field #2

1:30 PM - Single A & AA

2:30 PM - Minor & Major

Thank you,
Westchester Little League

Westchester Little League

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Umpire Mechanics Training/Waiver Approval Clinics
by posted 01/04/2018

In January and February 2018, DRALL will hold five (5) Umpire Mechanics Training/Waiver Approval Clinics

Jan 6 or Jan 13 – Focus is plate umpire mechanics associated with calling pitches (e.g., balls, strikes, etc.).

Jan 20 – Focus on plate umpire mechanics after the ball is put into play (e.g., hit, passed ball).

Feb 3 – Focus on base umpire mechanics when in the “A” position (i.e., no runner on base).

Feb 17 – Focus on base umpire mechanics when in the “B” or “C” position (i.e., runner on base).


This will also be a great opportunity for managers, coaches, parents and potential youth umpires (age 11 and up) to get the knowledge they need to be confident and comfortable on the field and/or in the stands.


Each subsequent session will build on the learning from the previous sessions as we move into advanced base mechanics and plate mechanics.


Sessions are open to any individual from any league and/or district.


Location: Del Rey American Field (6705 W 77th St, Los Angeles, California 90045). Note: Park behind Church and then proceed through gate down to the field.

WE START AT 9:00 AM SHARP! Please arrive early so that you can stretch and be ready to work. Sessions typically go to 11:30 AM.


Questions: Reach out to Andy Inkeles, DRALL Chief Umpire

 310-751-4634 | 

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by posted 12/28/2017

Westchester Little League

Happy Holidays Westchester Little League Families!

As we prepare for the holidays, we wanted to share some critical information about the upcoming season and what to expect over the next few months.
REGISTRATION: To receive the full benefit of the early-bird registration rates, you must Register AND PAY by December 31st to get the ($25) discount.  If you would like to register your child in person, our registrar will be at Nielsen Youth Park on Jan. 6th from 1-3pm.  http://westchesterll.org/Registration/ 


TRYOUTS: January 13  and Jan. 20th & 21st  
Saturday, Jan. 13th @ Westchester Park Field 2 
8:30 AM - Single-A  6-7 yrs
9:30 AM - Double AA 7-8 yrs
10:30 AM - Minor 9-10 yrs 
12:00 PM - Major  11-12 yrs.

Saturday, Jan. 20th @ Westchester Park Field 2 
8:30 AM - Single-A  6-7 yrs
9:30 AM - Double AA 7-8 yrs
10:30 AM - Minor 9-10 yrs 
12:00 PM - Major  11-12 yrs 

Sunday, Jan. 21st @ Westchester Park Field 2 
1:30 PM - Single A & Double AA 
2:30 PM - Major & Minor

Teams are formed by the end of January and practices will begin in early February. 


o    Managers/Coaches - interested in getting on the field action, please contact our  
o    Westchester Little League Board is still in need of passionate baseball enthusiast and skilled front office volunteers.  We are planning facility improvements, and we are seeking help from parents with skills in Architecture Planning, Landscaping, Fencing, Concrete, Electrical, and Construction.  Please let us know if you can assist. Contact us at

Umpires - Want to ump? Contact at Goldie0342@gmail.com
Sponsors - Do you own a local business? Or does your company do local sponsorships? Choose to sponsor WLL by contacting:   
Field Work Party (Fence Raising) – February 24th
Great opportunity to meet other WLL families and roll up your sleeves to get the field in shape.  We will be grilling up dogs for helpers! 

Opening Day will be March 10th we are seeking assistance to make our opening day ceremony special. Please join the to bring together the festivities for this special day for kids and our Westchester families.  

NEW BAT STANDARDS:   Beginning with the 2018 season, non-wood and laminated bats used in Little League shall bear the USA Baseball logo signifying that the bat meets the USA Bat Standards.  All BPF – 1.15 bats will be prohibited beginning with the 2018 season. Additionally, starting in 2018, the bat diameter shall not exceed 2-5/8 inches for these divisions of play.  More information is available at 

Little League is a non-profit volunteer organization and cannot make do without the help of giving families. We are proud to provide the best facilities in our district, and it takes the support of our community to keep our league beautiful.  Please reach out and make some time for 2018 season preparations.

Westchester Little League Executive Board:
Dale Steinbacher, President
Jake Alba, VP Development
Cheryl Collett, VP Operations
Mickey Seigel, Treasurer
Seth King, Secretary



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Play Ball - Keeping Perspective
by posted 01/26/2017

Free Clinic in Playa Del Rey - Photo by Janete Weinstein


“Youth sports have the potential to offer great benefits to your child, but it's up to you to make sure they have a fair chance by keeping your perspective that baseball is just a game.”


(WLL) -- Sports can bring out competitiveness in everyone. It can be easy to get caught up in the game and become emotional, especially when your kid is the one in a high-pressure situation like being the batter in the final inning with two outs, runner on third, and it's a tied game.

Parents often take great pride in their children's athletic success when for example, their child gets a hit in this situation, but too often also show negative emotion when their child strikes out. If your athlete's success is linked to your self-esteem as a parent, or maybe if you have high hopes for your child to play at higher levels, then emotional reactions can creep in and become more likely to happen. 

At the end of the day, baseball is just a game, it's supposed to be fun and enjoyable for everyone involved. In a year, it won't matter if someone made an error in the second inning of today's game.

Youth sports have the potential to offer great benefits to your child, but it's up to you to make sure they have a safe environment to participate in this wonderful game. It's not the end-all-be-all, and it definitely isn't your child's job or profession! By keeping the perspective that little league baseball is just games that offers a place for your child to grow then you can stay on track. Youth sports also offer the parent an opportunity to grow as a mentors to your child, so take those moments to build up you kid and encourage your kid when they fall short. Enjoy the game and the benefits, no one is getting paid, yet...

Make sure to follow us on Facebook and twitter for more news and exclusives photos of our league.  Share your pictures with us by using our hashtag #PlayBallWLL

See you at the yard! 

Coach Alba talking to the athletes - Photo: Janete Weinstein



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