Little League Baseball and Softball in West Windsor Plainsboro and Cranbury NJ

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Frequently Asked Questions

 

When are players assigned to a team?

  • Players may be asked to participate in player evaluations, depending on the division.   Following player evaluations, a draft will take place to assign players to teams.

  • For those divisions not requiring player evaluations, team assignments take place approximately one month prior to opening day.

When will I know what team my child is assigned to?

  • After the draft, coaches will call or email families to notify them of what team they have been assigned to.  They will provide you information about practice times and locations.  It is important to note that each coach sets the practice schedule for their team.

I have not been contacted by our team manager, what do I do?

  • Not all teams begin practice at the same time, so you may not have missed any activity.  If you have concerns, please email the Division coordinator as it relates to your child.

What will my child need in order to participate?

  • Your child should be prepared to bring sneakers or cleats as well as a glove to all games and practices.  Shoes with metal spikes are not permitted.  

  • WWLL will provide a shirt, hat and socks for your child.  Pants will be provided in some divisions.  When pants are not provided, the appropriate pants are baseball or softball pants – jeans and/or shorts are not appropriate attire.

  • Boys will be required to wear athletic supporters.

How often are games and practices?

  • You will be provided a practice and game schedule by your team manager.

What if I have a problem with my child’s Manager, Coach or other League official?

  • Please reach out to your Division Coordinator first for any concerns about your child’s team, coach or manager.  

  • If you still have concerns, please contact our Player Agent for a confidential discussion about any concerns.  

What if I still have concerns after speaking to the Division coordinator and Player Agent?

  • Please reach out to the League President at .

Does WWLL provide Financial Assistance to families who cannot afford to pay?

  • Please contact the President at for more information.  WWLL is able to help families due to the generosity of the Princeton Corridor Rotary.

 

WWLL Policies 

 

  • Refunds:  Refunds are made only prior to uniforms being ordered.  Refunds can be made in the form of a check or credit to your original credit card.  Refunds include a $25 administrative fee.
 
  • Late Fee: Any registration for Majors or Minors received after February 28th will be assessed a $25 Late Fee.
 
  • Background Checks:  All adults who wish to Manage or Coach must complete the Background Check through the JDP. Any other adults who will be involved in the league including Board of Directors must complete this Background Check information as well.  This includes anyone who will be in the dugout at any time during the season or who will participate on the field as well.  Please email for more information.
 
  • Volunteer Duties
    Please remember that our league is run completely by volunteers. We rely on you to volunteer your time to succeed as a league. All families pay a $100 per child volunteer bond at registration (except for families of Mini Tee Ball players). To earn back the $100, you must work (2) Volunteer Tasks and (1) Concession Shift at the Ward Concession Stand (for which there will be a separate sign-up.)
    Managing or Coaching your child's team will count as a One Volunteer Task. All Team Managers/Head Coaches will be exempt from Concession Stand Duty -- for the child they manage. Assistant Coaches will still be required to work a Concession Shift to earn back the bond.
    Once your Two (2) Volunteer Tasks are complete and you have worked (1) Shift at the Concession Stand, you will be refunded your $100.
    Sign up here for your 2022 Spring Volunteer Task. More jobs will be added as the season approaches.