Last Updated: January 23, 2017
 
  • Online Registration is now open!!!!
  • In-Person Registration at Almansor Jan 28 between 9 AM - 2 PM

 

 

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2017 Spring Baseball and Softball Registrations Now Open!

Register online using link on the upper right hand of website.

The next in-person registration events will take place at Almansor Park between Diamonds 2 and 3 on January 28, 2017 from 9AM -2PM. Check or credit card payments ONLY.  Money orders accepted. We will have a device for you to complete registration online and walk you through the process. Bring your proofs of residency and birth certificate.

Proof of Residency is required before being placed on a team.  See FAQ's below.

Player Registration Fees

T-Ball $125

All Other Divisions $150

*$10 Sibling Discount

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Registration Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Can my child play for East Alhambra Little League?

A: You can find your local league by typing your home address into the Little League Finder.

Q: What Proof of Residency will I need to show before my child is placed on a team?

A: Three (3) proofs of residency: one document from EACH of the three Groups outlined below.  Click here for the Little League document specifying Proof of Residency requirements.  Each document must contain the full residence which includes parent(s) or guardian(s) name, street address, city, state and zip code information, dated or in force between February 1, 2016 (previous year) and February 1, 2017 (current year) and the address should match in all 3 documents.

Group I

  1. Driver's License
  2. School records
  3.  Vehicle records (i.e., registration, lease, etc.)
  4.  Employment records
  5.  Insurance documents

Group II

  1.  Welfare/child care records
  2.  Federal records (i.e., Federal Tax, Social Security, etc.)
  3.  State records
  4.  Local (municipal) records
  5.  Support payment records
  6.  Homeowner or tenant records
  7.  Military records

Group III

  1.  Voter's Registration
  2.  Utility bills (i.e., gas, electric, water/sewer, phone, mobile phone, heating, waste disposal)
  3.  Financial records
  4.  Medical records
  5.  Internet, cable, or satellite records

Q: Can my child play for East Alhambra Little League if we don't live within the East Alhambra Little League boundaries?

A: If your family does not reside in the East Alhambra Little League boundaries, but your child is currently enrolled in a school within the East Alhambra Little League boundary, you are eligible to play in our league.  You just have one extra step: You must complete the School Enrollment Verification Form.  

If your child doesn't go to school within our boundaries, you can fill out a waiver and get it notarized.  Please note that this waiver specifies that your child will not be eligible to play All-Stars.

Q: What happens if I register my child but I don't live or go to school within the East Alhambra Little League boundaries?

A: If you don't live or go to school within the East Alhambra Little League boundaries, you can apply for a Special Consideration waiver.  Any registration is not considered valid until the Special Consideration waiver is fully completed and turned in to the League President.  IMPORTANT NOTE: The parent(s) signature(s) must be notarized in order for this waiver to be valid.  

Q: What is "League Age" and how do I determine my child's League Age.

A: League Age is the child's age as calculated by Little League Internationals age cutoff dates.  To calculate your child's League Age, view the League Age Charts or use the League Age Calculator:

   Baseball Age Chart

   Softball Age Chart

   League Age Calculator

Q: Now that I know where my child can play Little League and their League Age, how can I register him/her?

A: You must complete the following steps before your child can play:

1.  Click on the registration link.  You will then be asked to create an account if you don't have one from last year.  Once you create an account, you will be allowed to register your child.  If you can't complete the online registration, we will be hosting an in-person registration on January 21, 2017 where we'll help you register online.  Credit card and check payments will only be accepted at the in-person registration.   Cash will NOT be accepted.

2.  Bring your child to the tryouts.  T-Ball players DO NOT need to try out.

Q: When are tryouts?

A: Tryouts are scheduled for February 4, 2017.  All registered players will be placed on a team regardless of their skill level.  Our "try outs" are really a skills assessment so we can create balanced teams.

Q: When is Opening Day?

A: The date for the Spring 2017 Opening Day has been tentatively scheduled for March 4, 2017.