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Richmond, Virginia

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RLL Tournament Results
Majors 50/70 Champions - Red Sox   Players: Coleman...
Opening Day - Lifetime Players
2018 RLL Lifetime Players were recognized by Marty Conn and Scott...
2018 New Little League Bat Policy
Little League Establishes Bat Information Landing Page to Answer...
RLL Parking
Please do not park on the residents' sides of the streets near...
RLL Tournament Results

Majors 50/70 Champions - Red Sox
Players: Coleman Bowles, Jackson Cobb, Stuart Cosby, Jack Anderson Demm, Rett Falkner, August Lange, Warwick Lord, Henry O'Ferrall, Elijah Rice, Will Richter, Noah Rodenburg, George Dewey White
Coaches: Ed White, Steve Demm, Bill Richter
Minors AAA Champions - Rockies
Players: Preston Cochran, Cason Coleman, Markus Ingram, William Maloney, Collin McDonald, Winston Morris, Emerson Pelletier, Ryan Scammell, Loudon Trask, Connor Welch, Chanan Wijesooriya 
Coaches: Scott Coleman, Booth Greene, Gabe Kachuba, Lawson Wijesooriya

Minors AA Champions - Nationals
Players: Wesley Conner, James Haynes, Ian Holmes, Jake Kelley, Henry Rotter, Michael Sleeker, William Sterling, Sawyer Stockton, Alex Walters, Henry Wootton
Coaches: Joe Conner, Mike Kelley


Machine Pitch 8 Champions - A's
Players: Harrison Banning, Oscar Carroll, Lucca Fox, Lane Gathright, Oscar Leemon, Oliver Nelson, Avery Peay, Henry Stock, Thomas Stock, James Wesley, Graham Winters
Coaches: Robby Peay, Ben Winters, Jay Gathright, Hunter Leemon
Machine Pitch 7 Champions - Dodgers
Players: John Andrejewski, Sam Bayler, Abby Brata, Austin Davis, Benjamin Gates, Ellis Holbert, August Price, Rand Shumadine, JaMarques Singleton-Davis, Jeremy Solano, Charlie Waff, Trey Wickham
Coaches: Mike Holbert, Alberto Solano, Charles Bayler, Amanda Brata

posted 06/05/2018
Opening Day - Lifetime Players

2018 RLL Lifetime Players were recognized by Marty Conn and Scott Coleman as part of Opening Day festivities. Lifetime players received RLL pins recognized for playing at RLL every year from Tee Ball through Majors 50/70. As part of the ceremony, RLL teams were introduced. RLL had its own race as President Washington, President Jefferson, and Patrick Henry raced to the finish with President Washington winning. They threw out the first pitch to Ned Lumpkin and Alexa Mitchell.



Lifetime Players recognized: Jackson Baese, Travis Baker, Jackson Banning, Owen Bishop, Ben Brackett, Thomas Clarkson, Jack Anderson Demm, Brendon Engel, Avi Greene, Luke Hilbert, Ryan Holdych, Sandy Kuhn, August Lange, Malik Lawson, Ned Lumpkin, Patrick Mayer, Henry O’Ferrall, Mason Quigley, William Rosen, Dave Valentine, George Dewey White, Pritchard Whitley



posted 04/14/2018
2018 New Little League Bat Policy

Little League Establishes Bat Information Landing Page to Answer Questions

Effective January 1, 2018, Little League Baseball® will adhere to the new USABat standard. No bats previously approved for use in Little League Play (Junior League Baseball and below) will be permitted to be used in any Little League game or practice, or other Little League function, event, or activity. 

With the implementation of the new USA Baseball Bat Standard in 2018, Little League® International has assembled an online resource page dedicated to baseball bat information. The landing page, found at, includes the latest bat information, current Little League Baseball rules and regulations governing bats, definition of terms, the moratorium on the use of composite bats, and a series of frequently asked questions, with answers and licensed bat lists.

USA Baseball Bat Standard: Frequently Asked Questions

Note: Softball Bats

The composite moratorium only applies to baseball bats with 2 1/4 inch barrels. It DOES NOT apply to any divisions of Little League Softball. Also, there is no list of approved softball bats. In softball, the bat only needs to meet the specifications of Rule 1.10 for a softball bat. 

2017-2018 Bat Comparison Chart 

Minors, Machine Pitch:

2017: BPF 1.15 marking/ 2 ¼” barrel maximum

2018: USA Baseball marking 2 5/8” barrel maximum

Intermediate (50/70):


1) 2 ¼" alloy/metal barrel with BPF stamp of 1.15

2) 2 5/8" alloy/metal barrel (no marking required)

3) 2 5/8" composite barrel with BBCOR stamp

2018: USA Baseball marking 2 5/8” barrel maximum; No BBCOR allowed


Update: BBCOR is now ALLOWED by Little League

2018: USA Baseball marking 2 5/8” barrel maximum or BBCOR


2017 ALL bats must be BBCOR

2018 ALL bats must be BBCOR

posted 11/07/2017
RLL Parking

Please do not park on the residents' sides of the streets near the fields.  You may park on the field sides of these streets, and are encouraged to use the designated parking area on the corner of Sheppard and Grant.  Please also inform your friends and extended family members of this policy. We appreciate your help in following these guidelines as we do our best to be good neighbors.


posted 08/15/2011
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