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Spring Ball FAQs

Want to learn more about player assessments? Click here to view details about KMLL Spring 2024 Player Assessment. 


What's included in Spring Registration?

Registration includes a jersey, baseball cap, and instructional coaching from volunteer coaches. Belt, sock, pants, cleats, cups*, and other accessories are parent/guardian provided. We recommend bringing your own bat and helmet but have extras just in case. 

KMLL will provide jersey and hat for the Spring season. 

Players should have the following: Cleats (metal or rubber depending on age), USA Approved Bat, helmet, glove, baseball briefs (cup if necessary). Please reach out to the league for any needs. Belt, sock, and pants color will be determined by your team Manager. 

Documents Required At Registration Document Check:

According to the rules set forth by Little League International®, all players MUST attend a Document Verification event each year and provide the following:

    Original document (no photocopies), such as a birth certificate MUST be presented. Per Little League official rules, passports are NOT an acceptable form of age verification.

    Each year, residence shall be established and supported by documents dated or in force between February 1, 2023 to February 1, 2024. One document is required from each of the three groups listed below.  There are no exceptions.  Must be ORIGINALS only.  No photocopies or online statements are accepted. 

    Note: WE STRONGLY SUGGEST THAT YOU USE THE SCHOOL ENROLLMENT FORM in lieu of the residency documents listed below.  You never need to verify residence for as long as your child is at the same school when you use this form.  If you do elect to use the School Enrollment Form, it MUST be signed by the Principal or Vice-Principal.  

     - Driver’s License (photo ID of parent(s) or guardian(s) with qualifying residence address)
     - School records (home address of player’s parents or guardians)
     - Vehicle records (i.e., registration, lease, etc.)
     - Employment records
     - Insurance documents (with residence address) 

     - Welfare/child care records  
     - Federal records (i.e., Federal Tax, Social Security, etc.) 
     - State records 
     - Local (municipal) records - (HB Water/Sewer Bill)
     - Support payment records
     - Homeowner or tenant records 
     - Military records  

    - Voter’s Registration 
    - Utility bills (i.e., - gas, electric, water/sewer, phone, mobile phone, heating, waste disposal)
    - Financial records (loan, credit, investments, etc.)
    - Medical records 
    - Internet, cable, or satellite television records 



Do I need to provide proof of residency every year, even if I haven't moved?

Yes, per Little League regulations, every year we need the past year to current year (February 1 to February 1) proof of residency (3 documents). *Players who played in All-Starts last season do not need to provide registration forms as they are current.

If my player is using the school form as proof of residency, do I need to renew this form every year?      

No, as long as we have your first form on file. Once your player moves to a new school (e.g., middle school) out of the league's boundaries and the player wants to remain in the league, then a IId Waiver needs to be completed and approved by the District DA.

Do I need to fill out a new Registration Packet every year even if there are no changes from the previous year?      

Yes, every season a new Medical Release, Concussion Form, Code of Conduct, and Registration form is needed.

If my player is playing on a IId Waiver, how does this work?                                                               

You must submit a IId Waiver if you lived within the league's boundaries and then moved, or changed schools. If you submit a waiver and it's approved by the District DA, a copy is given to the family and a separate copy is kept on file with the league. You then submit this waiver as the Proof of Residency along with the Registration Packet. 

Practices and Games

All teams except tee ball are composed via draft. Once managers draft their teams, s/he will determine practice days.  Managers select practice days based on field availability and game schedule. Most teams will play 2 games per week--one weekday and one Saturday--and practice between those days. Practices are held at either the KMLL fields, or a nearby alternate location (park or school field). (Fall Ball is typically one weekday game on Sundays and practices during the week.)


You can register your player online and pay the registration fee via the Registration page, after you create an account  and enter your player(s) information.

Team Selections

Mandatory assessments take place in January with teams announced soon thereafter. A draft is conducted for the upper (Majors & Minors) and lower (Rookies & Caps) divisions to ensure our teams are balanced and everyone has a chance for post-season play. Buddy requests may be made for lower division teams, but aren't guaranteed.

Tournament Of Champions

At the end of every Spring season teams in the Majors, Minors and Rookies Divisions play in the Tournament of Champions, typically known as "TOC". TOC is a double-elimination tournament, and held in the last week of the season.  Winners of TOC in the Majors and Minors divisions go on to play in the District 33 TOC against teams from other leagues.

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