- Clean Up Day is April 7th
- Picture Day is April 14th
- Opening Day is April 21st
- Games Begin April 23rd
END OF SEASON TOURNAMENT
There will be no regular season baseball games played/made up after June 9th for Pinto, Mustang, and Bronco. The evening of June 9th teams will be seeded into the End-of-Season Tournament which will start on June 11th. Wilmington will host the Bronco tourney, Braidwood the Mustang, and Coal City will host the Pinto Tournament. The brackets will be posted on the River Valley website the evening of June 9th. Please click on the River Valley website under "pages" in the upper right hand corner of this page to go to the RV site for more season and tournament info.
Scores for River Valley League
Scores for Pinto, Mustang, and Bronco baseball can be found on the River Valley website. Click on "pages" in the upper right hand corner and pick River Valley from the dropdown. Or you can go directly to rivervalleybaseball.com
Online Picture Orders
Our photographer, Jake Carr from J7 Images, has set up an online link to order pictures. You will also be receiving a picture packet from your coach with your uniform. Please feel free to order your pictures either way.
2018 Bat Rules
Youth Baseball Bat rules for 2018 are as follows:
**Bat with USABat stamp on taper of the handle (new)
**Bat with USSSA BPF 1.15 stamp on taper of the handle
**There is no length/weight drop limit
**No barrel sizes larger than 2-5/8" are allowed
**If using a drop 3 (-3), it must be labeled with the BBCOR sticker
**If using a wood bat, there are no restrictions
2018 Game Rules
For Shetland (T-Ball) rules, click on "forms" at the top of this page, then "handouts".
For Pinto, Mustang, and Bronco rules go to the River Valley website by clicking on "pages" at the top of this page. Once there, click on "forms"/"handouts", then your desired division rules.
WILMINGTON LITTLE LEAGUE DBA WILMINGTON BASEBALL SOFTBALL ASSOCIATION
The WBSA is a non-profit organization dedicated to teaching the fundamentals of baseball and softball to the youth in our community. Our mission is to give players an opportunity to learn skills, experience personal achievement, practice good sportsmanship and teamwork, and to promote positive parent participation in all aspects of the organization. By upholding the virtues of character, courage and loyalty, the WBSA is designed to develop superior citizens rather than superior athletes.