Fox Point / East Side Little League: Welcome

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  • How To Register:

    Registration is now open CLOSED for the 2016 Spring Season! You may register online by clicking on the "Register Now!" button above or clicking here. 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 February 12 is $80.00/child (for all divisions).  Starting on February 13, the online registration fee will be $95.00/child (for all divisions). So, don't delay, get your registrations submitted prior to February 12!!  NOTE: Registration for Majors will be closed after the final evaluation session.
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  • Who Can Register?:

    Children from the ages of 4 1/2 - 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. For Majors/AAA, your child's age is based on their age as of April 30th, 2016; For our youngest players, "Little League Age" is based on their age as of August 31, 2016. If your child will not turn 5 years old on or before August 31, 2016, s/he is not eligible to play. If your child will turn 13 on or before April 30th 2016, 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.


    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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  • 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:

    For all players ages 10 (or almost 10) - 12 who want to try out for the Majors!

    You must attend ONE of these evaluation sessions:

    Saturday, February 13 at 1 pm (for players new to Majors) or 2 pm (returning Majors players)

    Sunday, February 21 at 10 am (players new to Majors) or 11 am (returning Majors players)

    *** NOTE NEW LOCATION FOR 2016 ***

     Location: Field House at Providence Country Day School, 660 Waterman Ave, East Providence      

  • Evaluation Sessions (Additional Information)

    All players who wish to play in the Majors and ALL 12 year olds are required to attend at least one of our two Spring Evaluation Sessions!  We do not hold evaluation sessions for younger players.    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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