Fall Ball is an instructional league that emphasizes learning and developing skills in a less competitive environment than Spring baseball. Players are encouraged to sharpen their skills, try new positions, and have fun!
Fall Ball Season is open to players of Little League ages 5-13. If your child is ready to move up to the next division in Spring, Fall Ball is a great way to prepare. This is also great for players who want to stay in the same division and can’t wait until Spring to play ball!
Fall Ball season runs from August 21st to October 30th (excluding Labor Day weekend). All games are played on Sunday afternoons.
Click here for more information and/or to register a player.
It’s the responsibility of your league’s coaches and umpires to review the current year’s Little League® rulebooks to make sure games are played fairly, and the season proceeds as smoothly as possible. While parents may not need to study up on the fine details of many of the rules, there are a handful of regulations that parents have asked for some clarity on. To avoid any misconceptions or misinterpretations, click here to take a look at some of the more frequently asked questions parents have raised like the ones below.
Just as a reminder, all volunteers must fill out a Volunteer Application. Volunteer positions include, but are not limited to:
Volunteer Applications should be submitted to Safety Officer, Greg Steichen, for approval. Approval can take up to two weeks, so please allow time for processing.
If you have any questions, you can contact Greg directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We know everyone can't be a manager or coach on the field, but your managers and coaches will need your help! We need parents to help keep score at the Farm, Minors, and Majors games.
Please click here to watch these training videos and learn how to help with these very important jobs.
Because the Team Managers and Coaches are busy warming up the players, they need parent volunteers to prep the fields before and after the games.
Click here to watch a video on Field Prep and let your Team Managers or Admin know which game days you can help out.
Thank you for your help!
Consider joining the SSLL Board of Directors and help make Sunnyvale Southern a fun community sport for the kids in our neighborhood.
Below is a list of vacant positions. To view job descriptions of each position, click <here>.
If you are interested, please email Jean Roberts at SSLLprez@gmail.com