Fox Point / East Side Little League: Welcome

Tuesday, July 1
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Congrats to All-Star Team on win over Elmwood 16-14, July 1, 2014!

Game 1 - Sunday, June 29, Loss 10-9 vs. North Providence East

Game 2 - Tuesday, July 1, Win 16-14 vs. Elmwood 

Game 3 - Thursday July 3, 5:30pm at Cranston American (181 Carlton St, Cranston, RI)



NEW FOR 2014, Little League Baseball® has modified the rules that govern who can play in a local league. A player can now choose to join a league if the school they attend is within the league boundaries, even if they live outside of the league's area. For a full description of the new rule click here.      


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How To Register Registration Fee Info Registration Fee Vouchers Who Can Register? League Boundaries Birth Certificates Spring Tryout/Evaluation Session Dates Evaluation Sessions (Additional Information) Team Selection Process More Information Contact Us
  • How To Register:

     You may register online by clicking on the "Register Online" logo above. See the section titled Registration Fee Info below for payment details. All registrations must be completed on-line. There is no walk-in registration!
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  • Registration Fee Info:

    Save money by registering your children early. The cost of registration from now thru January 31st is $60.00/child (for all divisions).  Starting on February 1st, the online registration fee will be $75.00/child (for all divisions). So, don't delay, get your registrations submitted prior to February 1st!  NOTE: Registration for Majors/AAA/AA will be closed after the final evaluation session in March.
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  • Who Can Register?:

    Children from the ages of 5 - 12 who live or attend school within the league's boundaries are eligible to register and play in the Fox Point/East Side Little League. Your child's age is based on their age as of April 30th, 2014. If your child has not turned 5 years old on or before April 30th 2014, s/he is not eligible to play. If your child has turned 13 on or before April 30th 2014, s/he is not eligible to play. There can be NO exceptions to these rules as they are dictated by Little League International and by our insurance coverage.
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  • League Boundaries:

    The Fox Point/East Side Little League is open only to children who live or attend school in the Fox Point/East Side area. There are no exceptions. The full rule on eligibility can be found here.  Our league is bounded on the north by the Providence/Pawtucket line, to the east by the Seekonk River, to the south by Interstate 195 and to the west by Interstate 95.
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  • Birth Certificates:

    All players must have a copy of a government-issued proof-of-age document (birth certificate) on file with the league. If your child is new to the Fox Point/East Side Little League this year, you must provide us with an original proof-of-age document during the Spring Tryout/Evaluation Sessions. We will make a photocopy of your original document and return the original document to you on the spot. If your child is a returning player, we already have a birth certificate on file; you do NOT need to provide us with another one! Please note: Religious documents such as baptismal certificates are NOT valid for this purpose.
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  • Spring Evaluation Session Dates:

    Thursday February 27th at 6pm and Saturday March 1st at 10am. Location: Gym at Wheeler School, 216 Hope St, Providence, RI 02906 

  • Evaluation Sessions (Additional Information)

    All players ages 10 - 12 are required to attend at least one of our two Spring Evaluation Sessions!  We do not hold evaluation sessions for players ages 5 - 9.    We recommend that you arrive 15 minutes prior to the evaluation session. Your child should come to the session with a baseball glove, sneakers and dressed in clothes that are suitable for play. At the start of the session the session leader will make a few introductory remarks to the players and they will then be divided up into small groups for evaluation. Each group will be asked to perform a variety of fundamental baseball skills - throwing, catching, and hitting.  The evaluation results are confidential and are for use by the team selection committee only. Your child should be notified of his/her team assignment within 2 weeks of the final evaluation session.
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  • Team Selection Process:

    During our team selection process we strive to ensure that:

    1. teams within each division are well balanced and fair
    2. each child is placed in the division that is the best match for his/her developmental skills
    3. siblings (in the same division) are assigned together or apart per their parent's wishes
    4. girls are balanced among the teams - whenever possible, at least 2 girls will be placed on each team

    We rely on our evaluation sessions to place our older (10+) players and our coaches' knowlege of the players in order to make the team assignments for the younger players. 
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  • More Information:

    Need more information?

    • Many of your questions are already answered in our League FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions).

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