Frequently Asked Questions

What ages can play in your spring programs?

We offer the following divisions for spring baseball (Please reference the Little League Age Chart for placement):

- Tee Ball Division (League age 4 / Instructional / Hitting from tee)
- Peewee Division (League age 5 to 6 / Instructional / Coach pitch)
- Rookie Division (League age 7 to 8 / Machine pitch)
- Minor Division (League age 9 to 10 / Player pitch)
- Major Division (League 11 to 12 / Player pitch)

Do you offer youth softball?

No, but all TWLL divisions are co-ed.

Where are spring games played?

Most games are played at the five fields located at Scamahorn Park. Some games are played at Scott Park.


When are spring games played?

Most spring games are played on Saturdays. Rookie, Minor, and Major divisions will have scheduled games through the week as well.

Are uniforms provided?

Team hats and jerseys are included in the registration fee and provided by the league.

Players must provide their own:
- Gray baseball pants (required)
- Baseball socks (optional)
- Baseball cleats (optional for Tee Ball)
- Baseball belt (optional for Tee Ball and Peewee)

What equipment is required?

Each player requires their own fielding glove. Coaches will have extra bats and batting helmets for players to use, as well as catcher gear. TWLL strongly encourages players to have their own batting helmet and bat.

Bats used in TWLL require the USABat certification.

Tee Ball and Peewee divisions use soft core tee balls, so a USABAT tee ball bat is required. Rookie, Minor, and Major divisions require USABat baseball bats.

Dick’s Sporting Goods provides helpful buying guides for purchasing the right bat and glove for your player.


Where can I find more information on rules for each division?

As an official Little League International affiliate, we follow Little League Rules, Regulations, and Policies. However, we have posted Gameplay Guidelines for each of our divisions found here.


Do you provide financial assistance?

Little League International partners with T-Mobile to offer the T-Mobile Little League Call Up Grant to assist with registration fees. More information about this program can be found here.

What is the Knothole Kids Club?

TWLL is grateful for the support of the Indianapolis Indians. Your registration fee includes a season membership to the Knothole Kids Club which includes free admission to all Indians home games, a membership t-shirt, exclusive giveaways, and the opportunity to run the bases at Victory Field following Indians Sunday afternoon home games. More information can be found here.

Is Tri-West Little League an official Little League International affiliate?

Yes, TWLL belongs to Indiana’s Little League District 8 which is part of the Great Lakes Region.


How do I become a league sponsor?

Thank you for your support! We cannot operate without the support of our sponsors. Please visit our Sponsors page for more information.
Or contact us at [email protected]


What is the best way to contact TWLL?

We can be reached by email at [email protected]

Local Sponsors

Tri-West Little League Baseball

Tri-West Little League, PO Box 411
Pittsboro, Indiana 46167

Email: [email protected]