Whitney LL: Welcome

Our annual Ice Cream Social fundraiser will be held Thursday, January 28 6:30pm at El Camino High School's Cafeteria.

El Camino High School
4300 El Camino Ave
Sacramento, CA 95821

This is the evening where kids and their parents find out which team they will be on, meet the coaches and socialize with their teammates. It's also an opportunity to confirm jersey size, provide a jersey number, and bring in any proof of residency and birth certificates (original + a copy) still needed for verification.

El Camino's baseball team will be on hand supporting Whitney Little League and helping to serve ice cream sundaes ($3/each). They'll also be answering any questions about their upcoming baseball clinic being held on Saturday, January 30 9am - 12pm at El Camino High School. This clinic is a great opportunity for kids to supercharge their readiness for the season! See this flyer for details.


Early Bird Registration for 2016 Spring Season is now open. Take advantage of discounted pricing before the new year.
2016 Early Registration Fees
T-Ball - $74*
Minor B/Minor A/Major/Juniors - $124*
* Early Bird Registration price
Volunteer Fee - $50 (per family)**
Family Discount ($35 off for each additional child)
** As we are a strictly volunteer driven organization, we are also adding the Volunteer Fee per family this year to help offset some of the league’s costs and/or drive up volunteer participation. This fee may be refunded once volunteer service has been completed (serving in a league role and/or volunteering for an individual event excluding snack bar).
Q: How do I know which division my child should be in?
A: The Little League Age determination has been recently updated to reflect the new rules around League Age calculations. In a nutshell, players born on or before August 31, 2005 will still have their League Age determination based upon an April 30 cutoff. Players born on or after September 1, 2005 will use August 31 as a cutoff.
Q: What’s included in registration fees?
A: Hat, Jersey, Pancake Breakfast, Standard Photo Package
Q: What else do registration fees pay for?
A: There are many costs to operating Whitney Little League. Some typical costs each season include: equipment (balls, gear, etc.), field use permits, field maintenance (equipment, paint/chalk, dirt), portable toilet maintenance, umpire fees, Little League charter, insurance, legal/tax fees, snack bar startup costs.  

Voting for the 2016 Board of Directors is now open!

Announcing the 2015 Fall Ball Program for Whitney Little League

Fall Ball is designed for player skill development and as an opportunity for players making the transition to upper division play.

Fall Ball provides the opportunity to play Inter-Squad / Inter-League games within a 7 League/Inter-League season from mid-September through early November (8 weeks).

Tentative Practice/Game Days: Wednesdays & Saturdays with Friday night
Open Batting Practice / Pitchers and Catchers workouts (days subject to change pending finalized inter-league schedule).  Practices will start late August/early September.

Registration fees cover jersey and cap, equipment and league fees.

Registration Fees*
Early Registration 8/7/15 - 8/31/15: $75
Standard Registration 9/1/15 - 9/30/15$85

     * A $25 discount will be applied for each sibling/family member

     * LeagueOne also adds a $1 online registration fee to cover administrative costs

Players are requested to register under their appropriate age bracket:
Minor B: players who will be league age 7-8 for Spring 2016 season
Minor A: players who will be league age 9-10 for Spring 2016 season
Majors: players who will be league age 11-12 for Spring 2016 season
Juniors: players who will be league age 13-14 for Spring 2016 season

Formation and number of teams by division dependent upon registration numbers.

Questions?  Email info@whitneylittleleague.com


Whitney Little League is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization and has been a member of Little League International, Inc. for over 40 years. Our goal is to not only promote an understanding and appreciation for the sport of baseball, but to also instill a sense of teamwork, sportsmanship, courage and community in our young players.