Last Updated: March 17, 2017
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The Opening Day Parade/Ceremony will be held on Saturday, March 18, 2017

 All players should arrive at Washington Manor Park near the play structure (14900 Zelma) no later than 8:30am on Saturday, March 18th. Parade will begin promptly at 9am. Players should be in full uniform, with the exception of cleats, please wear sneakers. We will walk from Washington Manor Park to Stenzel Field for opening ceremonies. 
 Upon arriving at Stenzel Park, only Manager's, Coaches and Players will be allowed on the field.
 Parents: Please remember if you are planning to walk in the parade, you must walk behind the team, not along the sidewalk or the side of the street.

BBQ and games to follow opening ceremony
More information to come





Registration Forms can be found in the Handout section on the left







The snack bar is the main fundraiser for the league and we need the help of parent volunteers to keep the snack bar operating.

Each team will be assigned 3 to 4 snack bar shifts. The team coordinator will advise you of your teams dates and times.

Snack bar duty is required for each registered player in the league. Once your service has been completed you will receive your $100 snack bar deposit. If you do not work, your check will be cashed.

Any Questions? Please Contact:

Diana Ponce
Snack Bar Coordinator

Thank you for your support!



Please help us keep our park clean! We would like to ask everyone to please pick up the trash after every game. Help us cut down on the amount of trash left on and under the bleachers, in the dugouts, on the playgrounds and the fenceline. Keeping our park clean makes it more enjoyable for everyone that comes to the park and it helps us keep our relationship with the city strong!
Did you know that Washington Manor Baseball League is a non-profit organization which promotes organized baseball for the community’s youth to develop baseball skills? This organization teaches children of our community to play organized sports as well as promotes, encourages and teaches sportsmanship. There are approximately 400 kids in our program annually and is completely run by volunteers!
If you are interested and can volunteer your time, please talk to one of the volunteers when you register your player or contact a volunteer by clicking onto the contacts button on the left side of this page.

Thank you for your support in our baseball program!

Thank you for your sponsorship of WMJL