Whitefish Bay Little League Programs
Pee Wees - League Age 6 through 8
The Pee Wees division provides a great introduction the game of baseball for younger players. A pitching machine, required fielding rotations, and modified rules are used to promote parity while ensuring a fun and competitive atmosphere. This division is intended for players in grades K5 through 2nd grade.
Minors - League Age 9 and 10
The Minors division league introduced player pitching, extra-base hits and limited stolen bases as players continue to develop their baseball skills. This division is for players in the 3rd and 4th grades.
Majors - League Age 11 and 12
The Majors division allows players to further develop their baseball skill with a more competitive baseball environment and few rule restrictions. This division is for players in the 5th and 6th grade.
Intermediates - League Age 13
The Intermediates division plays on a larger diamond, with 70 foot basepaths and 50 foot pitching distances in order to transition players to a full-sized baseball diamond. This division is for players in 7th grade.
Juniors - League Age 14
The Juniors division plays on a full-sized diamond and offers the traditional baseball experience to our players. This division is for players in the 8th grade.
The Challenger division was established in 1989 as a separate division of Little League to enable boys and girls with physical and intellectual disabilities, ages 4-18, or up to age 22 if still enrolled in high school, to enjoy the game of baseball.
Fall Ball – League Age 6 through 12
The Fall Ball program provides an abbreviated fall season for those looking for an additional baseball opportunity or an introduction to the game with weekly games and limited organized practice obligations.
T-Ball is offered through the Whitefish Bay Recreation Department, not Whitefish Bay Little League. It is a co-ed league focusing on developing basic fundamentals in a less competitive atmosphere. Emphasis is on skill development, sportsmanship and fun. Teams are parent coached and offered to players in K4 and K5. Registration takes place in the spring and information can be found in the WFB Rec. Dept. Summer guide available at: https://www.wfbschools.com/community-recreation/.
* The League Age Determination Date for a Little League Baseball player is the actual age of a child on August 31 of the applicable season year. A league age calculator can be found at: https://www.littleleague.org/play-little-league/determine-league-age/