Rancho Cordova Little League 2017 FAQ's

 



 

 

Where are your fields located?

Our fields are located at 2460 Cordova Lane, Rancho Cordova, 95670. Most of our games and practices are held here, however there may be times that practices are held at surrounding schools and/or parks.      

What ages do you accept?   

 

Little League baseball is for boys and girls ages 4-16. You must be 4 by 8/31/2017 to play this season. Your league age  is determined by the month and year you were born- please review our chart.

What are your league boundaries?

RCLL is open to kids living in Rancho Cordova, Gold River, Anatolia, Mather and parts of Sacramento.

Boundaries start at the intersection of Bradshaw Road and Folsom Boulevard, then north on Bradshaw Road to Hyannus to the American River Parkway, the northeast  along the American River Parkway to Hazel Avenue, then South on Hazel Avenue to Highway 50, then east on Highway 50 to Prairie City Road, then south on Prairie City Road to White Rock Road, then south to Grant Line Road, then south on Grant Line Road to Jackson Road, then west on Jackson Road to Excelsior Road, then north on Excelsior Road to Kiefer Boulevard, then west on Kiefer Boulevard to Happy Lane, then north on Happy Lane and follow the border of Mather Airport to Old Placerville Road, then east on Old Placerville Road to Routier Road, then north on Routier Road to Folsom Boulevard, then southwest on Folsom Boulevard back to the start at Bradshaw Road.

For a map of our boundaries, please click here.

If you go to school in our boundaries, please contact Amanda@rcll.org for information on how you can play in our league. 

Is a uniform provided?

RCLL provides a uniform shirt and hat. Player is responsible for proving pants, belt, socks, cup and cleats. Pants, socks and belt color will be determined by the team manager and communicated in February.

What equipment do I need to provide?

Players will need a glove, bat and helmet. Please note that starting Jan. 1, 2018 Little League International will change the bat regulations. You can read more by clicking here.

What day are practices held?

Practices vary depending on the division. The team manager will go over this in February. The older the player, the likelihood of more practice.  T-ball - American is usually 1-2 days per week before the season starts.  National-Juniors may practice 3-5 days per week before the season starts. It's up to the league manager- we cannot give you a specific answer.

What is a VDR fee?

The VDR (Volunteer Deposit Refund) fee is $50 per family. The VDR fee will be refunded at the end of season after 6 hours of qualifying volunteer time is confirmed by the Board. Some examples of ways you can work off your hours are:  Field Maintenance, snack bar duty, Monte Carlo and many more. Keep and eye on our Facebook page as well as our website for volunteer opportunities

What age is my child eligible for All Stars?

Players who are league age 9 and up are eligible for All Stars if they play in the National, Major or Junior divisions. Teams are made up of players selected by peer and coach votes. We vote for teams in May to be announced in June.

Will my child receive a trophy at the end of the season?

The only trophies provided by the league are for the first and second place teams from American-Juniors. All other trophies are at the Managers discretion.

 

 

      

 

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