*** Master 2017 Fall Ball schedule found in Handouts ***


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What are the league boundaries?

RALL Boundary Description

South Boundary– Interstate 80 from Virginia Street to the intersection with West 4th Street (I-80 Exit 8). From the I-80 and West 4th Street intersection (I-80 Exit 8) the South Boundary goes in a southwesterly direction to the California state line and the I-80 intersection (RALL west boundary including the Belli Ranch, Quilici Ranch Road and Old Verdi Road neighborhoods).

East Boundary Virginia Street north of 80 to North McCarran (area encompassing the neighborhoods west of the University).

Additional East Boundary – 395 north between north McCarran and Parr Blvd. (including the “University Terrace” and the Ferrari-McLeod neighborhoods).

North Boundary– Parr Blvd. to Virginia Street. South on Virginia Street to Talus Way (including northern side streets). The boundary then runs west at the base of Peavine Mountain to the California state line and includes the Somersett Parkway, Beaumont Parkway and Las Brisas Blvd. neighborhoods and surrounding streets.

West Boundary– California state line from the base of Peavine Mountain south to the intersection of I-80 and the state line (including the Verdi neighborhoods).

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Where are the games played?

Reno American Little League games are played at Terrace Sports Complex on Robb Drive, just south of Melton Elementary School. See map for more details.  Some T-Ball, Farm and AA games are played at Northwest Park (also called Clayton Field) next to Clayton Middle School and Northwest Pool.  (MAP)

Reno American’s Junior Division is played at the Northwest Field next to Northwest Pool (MAP)

Who can play?

Registration is open to boys and girls “league” ages 5 to 12 who live in Northwest Reno. League age is determined on April 30th.  All new sign-ups must bring a copy of their birth certificate.

A player’s “League Age” is determined by his/her age on April 30th of the year of the current season.  Example – If your child begins the season as an 11-year-old and they turn 12 before April 30th, then their league age is 12.

Age Chart


What are the typical ages for the different levels of play?

  • T-Ball – “League Age” 5 – 7 year olds.  T-Ball is designed for 1st & 2nd year players to get an introductory experience to baseball.  It is non competitive and baseball fundamentals are introduced for the very first time.
  • Farm – “League Age” 6 – 9 year olds (Machine Pitch).  In Farm players are introduced to “Machine Pitch” baseball where the pitching machine is set between 37 and 40 mph.  This level (as with all) is about the development of the player.  Baseball fundamentals are stressed.  The typical player is developing his/her throwing, catching & hitting skills.
  • AA – “League Age” 7- 10 year olds (Player/Coach Pitch).  In AA we introduce players to pitching in a development type atmosphere.  There are no walks issued.  If a pitcher throws a 4th ball to a batter the offensive team coach will come in and throw 3 pitches to his/her batter.  The typical player in AA can throw and catch consistently.
  • AAA – “League Age” 9 – 11 year olds.  In AAA we are preparing players for the Majors.  This level is a little more competitive.  Players in AAA will work on refining their baseball skill sets.  All positions are played true to the game of baseball.
  • Major– “League Age” 10 – 12 year olds. This is competitive baseball.  As with all levels, the continued development of our players in a fun atmosphere is our main focus and priority.
  • Juniors– “League Age” 13-14 year olds.  As with the Major division, this is competitive baseball as we are working to get our players ready for high school baseball.  Games in this division move up and are played on a full size baseball diamond (60/90).

Note- A player’s “League Age” is determined by his/her age on April 30th of the year of the current season.  Example – If your child begins the season as an 11-year-old and they turn 12 before April 30th, then their league age is 12.  Age Chart

Players age 8 and older will try out and be placed on a team.

How can I pay at sign ups?

When you register on-line you may pay with a credit or debit card to cover your child’s registration fee.  At Document Day, you may pay with a check, cash or credit card.

What do I need to register?


  • Complete On-line Registration Form
  • Payment

Documents Required at Document/In Person Registration Day

  • Birth certificate (if the player did not play last year)
  • Medical Release Form
  • Residency Verification                                                                                                                          Residence shall be established and supported by documents, dated or in force between February 1, 2012 (previous year) and February 1, 2013 (current year), from THREE OR MORE of the following categories to determine residency of such parent(s) or guardian:
    1. Driver’s License
    2. Voter’s Registration
    3. School records
    4. Welfare/child care records
    5. Federal records
    6. State records
    7. Local (municipal) records
    8. Support payment records
    9. Homeowner or tenant records
    10. Utility bills (i.e., gas, electric, water/sewer, phone, mobile phone,
    heating, waste disposal)
    11. Financial (loan, credit, investments, etc.) records
    12. Insurance documents
    13. Medical records
    14. Military records
    15. Internet, cable or satellite records
    16. Vehicle records
    17. Employment records
    Note: Example – Three utility bills (three items from No. 10 above)
    constitute only ONE document.
  • Volunteer Application (if you plan to coach or assist in any way)

How is registration fees and other money used?

Reno American Little League is a non-profit organization. To maintain the organization, the league collects fees for participation and has fundraising efforts; ie. business signs, sponsorships and boosters.  Below are a few examples of our annual expenses.

  • Permits
  • Umps
  • Field & Equipment
  • Field Maintenance
  • Awards
  • Player Equipment
  • Post Season

How does little league insurance work if there is an injury?

Reno American Little League has insurance through the Little League International organization. This insurance acts as a secondary to the player’s insurance (or that of the parents). This means that medical treatment will be covered by the primary insurance first, and then little league insurance if needed. For questions: please contact the Reno American’s Safety Officer.

Where does my son/daughter play after Little League? (13+ year olds)

Little League Junior League (60/90) Baseball Division

Reno American Little League has partnered with Reno National Little League and Valley Providence Little League (Formerly North Valleys L.L.) to offer the next level of play for your son/daughter as they age up out of our leagues.  Games will be played at the Northwest field and Governors’ Bowl. For more information or to sign up, please contact Reno American Little League Information Officer Jenni Wilson EMAIL or (775) 842-6330.