Sunday, April 26
Tigers vs Nationals – WDT 3
Monday, April 27
Dragons – WDT 10
Board of Directors Meeting – WTLL Fields
Board of Directors Meeting – North Willlow Applebees
League Night at Indianapolis Indians – Victory Field
Board of Directors Meeting – Donatos
Board of Directors Meeting – BW-3
Board of Directors Meeting – La Margarita Fountain Square
Board of Directors Meeting – Squealers
The league depends on support from the community to help maintain our facilities and keep player registration fees as low as possible. WTLL is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.
Welcome to The Washington Township Little League (formerly Westlane Delaware Trail Little League). As a chartered league of Little League Baseball and Softball, WTLL has served area youth for over 60 years, Washington Township Little League offers instructional Tee-Ball, baseball, and softball programs for youth ages 4 through 10 and competitive baseball and softball programs for players age 10 through 18.
Our league boundaries include Washington Township west of Westfield Blvd and the Canal, a portion of northeast Pike Township in Indianapolis and portions of southwest Hamilton County.
Players may also play with our league if they attend a school located within our league boundaries. Schools that are located within our boundaries include.
Buffalo Wild Wings® Home Team Advantage
Our league has been selected to participate in the Buffalo Wild Wings Home Team Advantage Program for our upcoming season! Download a copy of our "Teammate Card" and every time you show this card at the Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant at 2415 Lake Circle Drive, Buffalo Wild Wings will donate 10% of your total bill (less promotional discounts and unless otherwise specified) back to our league.
Here is How the Program Works
- Bring a copy of the card into the Buffalo Wild Wings at 2415 Lake Circle Drive between now and June 30.
- Show the card on your mobile device and let your server know you are part of the Home Team Advantage Program.
- The server will add 10% of your total sales to our league's running total.
- At the end of the season, Buffalo Wild Wings will donate 10% of sales that our entire league generated throughout the season back to the league.
Buffalo Wild Wings believes that team work builds the foundation for a successful community and their goal is to help make our community the best place to live, work, play and dine. They want to help keep our community working and playing together.
Little League Makes Change To League Age Determination Process
Little League just announced a change in determining League Age for children who will turn Age 4 through 9 during 2015. The quick view is that in advance of the change for determining league age for all divisions starting in 2018, players born on or after January 1, 2006 who will turn the ages of 4-9 during the 2015 calendar year will be eligible to participate in local Little Leagues and use the new age determination date of December 31 for the remainder of their Little League Baseball career. Players born prior to January 1, 2006 will continue to use the current age determination date of April 30.
Registration Now In Progress
Online Registration for the 2015 Washington Township Little League season is now open.
New League Name Brings Other Name Changes
With change to Washington Township Little League, we have changed the names of some of our divisions.
Our old Minor League division is now known as AA Baseball and AA Softball. The Major-Minor Baseball division is now known as AAA Baseball. The Major divisions will now be referred to the actual name for those divisions, Little League Baseball and Little League Softball.
This change mimics the farm system of Major League baseball and is also used by most other Little Leagues.
Little League announces changes to the residency requirements for playing at Washington Township Little League
In an effort to accommodate for Little Leaguers to play with their classmates, and ease the burden on parents and guardians, Little League has amended its residency requirements to allow children to play in the local league whose boundaries where they attend school is located. To verify enrollment, parents will need to bring an official school document, such as a report card or school enrollment form, confirming enrollment in the school for the current academic year, dated before October 1, 2014.
"Little League is always looking for more ways to give all children the opportunity to have the best Little League experience possible," said Patrick Wilson, Little League Senior Vice President of Operations and Program Development. "This new rule will provide more flexibility for families to participate in the leagues that best fits their children."
Jacks are better!