Alaska District 1 Little League: Welcome
I'll tell you what I do, -- I stare out the window and wait for spring." - Rogers Hornsby
ALASKA DISTRICT 1 LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL & SOFTBALL
Alaska District 1 Little League hosts 18 leagues and is the largest Little League District in the United States. Our District encompasses all of Alaska except for the Southeast panhandle.
Junior League Softball State Champion = Nunaka Valley - City View Little Leagues
Junior League Baseball State Champion = Gastineau Channel Little League
Little League Softball State Champion = Gastineau Channel Little League
Little League Baseball State Champion = Ketchikan Little League
Senior League Baseball = Abbott-O-Rabbit
Junior League Baseball = AOR-AW-DW
Junior League Softball = Nunaka Valley - City View
Intermediate Baseball = Abbott-O-Rabbit
Little League Softball = Abbott-O-Rabbit
10/11 Baseball = Knik American
9/10 Baseball = Knik National
9/10 Softball = Nunaka Valley - City View
Little League University is a valuable resource for coaches, umpires, parents, and league officials. Check it out here
Think twice about buying that new expensive baseball bat. For the 2018 season, ALL baseball bats for Little League play (Juniors and below) must have a USA BASEBALL stamp on them to be legal. Unfortunately, most bat manufacturers will not be producing these until September of 2017.
Effective on January 1, 2018, Little League Baseball will adhere to the new USA Bat standard. No bats previously approved for use in Little League Play (Junior League Baseball and below) will be permitted to be used in any Little League game or practice, or other Little League function, event, or activity. Senior Baseball bats will continue to need BBCOR markings. For more information please check here.
Be aware that this new bat standard affects Little League Baseball only. There are no changes to the bat standard or regulations for Little League Softball.
2017 LITTLE LEAGUE REGULATIONS CHANGE REQUIREMENTS FOR BACKGROUND CHECKS
Little League parents, coaches and volunteers should be aware of the prevalence of the use of anabolic steroids and other Appearance and Performance Enhancing Drugs (APEDs) among today’s young athletes. The Taylor Hooton Foundation is proud to offer one of our education programs in partnership with Little League Baseball and Softball. This 30-minute eLearning course, hosted by Bob Costas, is a real eye-opener for parents and is essential for every coach that is leading young people in all age groups. To access the Training Program click here
CHILD ABUSE REPORTING REQUIREMENTS
Little League Baseball, Incorporated (LLB) has always been at the forefront in protecting children from abuse, ...
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