2022 Fall Ball Registration Information - Sheldon Little League

Registration is opening soon for fall baseball for Sheldon Little League! The tee ball fee is $90, with all other divisions at $125. Fall ball practices begin September 5, and games begin the week of October 3. 

To register, please visit the following link:

2022 Softball Clinic Information - Sheldon Little League

2022 Fall Softball Clinic Information- Sheldon Little League

Free clinic for new and experience athletes!

Sheldon Little League in partnership with Sheldon High School Softball will be hosting a Fall Softball Clinic for athletes ages 9 to 12 on October 8-9, 2022, from 9am to 11:30am at the Sheldon High School Varsity softball field. This clinic is for both new athletes interested in exploring softball and players with softball experience.

What to expect:

  • Athletes will participate in a variety of drills and games learning new skills. Athletes will leave the clinic with things to work on in anticipation of a spring league.

What you need to bring:

  • Suggested but not required: a glove, cleats, bat, and helmet.
  • Must have a water bottle, athletic shoes, sunscreen, and an interest in learning.


2022 Registration Information - Sheldon Little League

Registration for the 2022 season opens February 4 and continues through March 7, 2022. 

Divisions/Age Information

DivisionAge RangeRegistration Fee
Tee ball Co-ed 4–6 year-olds $110
Minors Machine/Coach Pitch Co-ed Baseball 6–8 year-olds $150
Minors Player Pitch Baseball 9–11 year-olds $185
Minors Player Pitch Softball 9–11 year-olds $185
Majors Baseball 10–12 year-olds $185
Majors Softball 10–12 year-olds $185
50-70 Baseball 11–13 year-olds $185
Juniors Baseball 12–14 year-olds $185

** All registrations will include two required fees: $12 for Closing Ceremonies ticket at PK Park and $5 processing fee.

The players' age is determined by the official Little League 2022 Baseball age chart or Little League 2022 Softball age chart

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Coach/Machine Pitch vs. Player Pitch?

Minors Coach/Machine Pitch - a developmental league for youth that are 6-9 years old. Youth will be evaluated by their coach to make certain this level is right for them. Our league uses a machine for pitching, but other leagues might play coach-pitch. We recommend players have played at least one year of baseball, though previous experience with baseball is not required
Minors Player Pitch- a developmental league for youth ages 9-11, with a focus to prepare them the next level, Majors, a competitive league. Youth are required to go through Player Evaluations for placement in this league.  Youth competition in this level may qualify for post-season play. 

Eligibility Information

To register and participate in a local Little League®, the child must legally reside within the boundaries of that League and be “League Age” to participate in the current season.  Proof of date of birth (viewing of an original or certified copy of their government-issued birth certificate) and residence (three varied proof of residence documents such as a drivers' license, vehicle registration and utility bill) are required viewing prior to a child participating.

All volunteers working directly with the children are required to complete a Volunteer Application and show a government-issued photo i.d. for a Background and Sex Offender Registry Check through Lexis/Nexis® and Little League®. Little League® does not limit participation in its activities on the basis of disability, race, color, creed, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, or religious preference, and will not turn any child away for inability to pay. If payment is prohibitive, you can request a scholarship to cover the cost of participation by emailing [email protected].

Player Evaluations 

Player evaluations will be required for all player pitch levels for baseball and softball, if there is more than one team for their division. If you are interested in your son/daughter playing outside of the division listed below for their age then they would need to come to evaluations. Evaluations are typically held in late February or early March. We will send a schedule for the day prior to the week of evaluations if necessary that season. Please contact Matt Hudkins at [email protected] with any questions regarding evaluations.

Boundary Information

  • Beginning at the Ferry Street Bridge, follow the Willamette River (which serves as the boundary between the North Eugene and Sheldon High Schools as described by Lane County 4J School District), north to the Benton-Lane-Linn County Boundary.
  • Follow the Linn-Benton County Line north to Diamond Hill Drive
  • Head east on Diamond Hill Drive to the base of the Coburg Hills
  • Head south along the Coburg Hills to the County Line, then east to next county line juncture. 
  • South direct to McKenzie View Drive (residences on either side of McKenzie View Drive are in Thurston Little League boundaries)
  • South and west along McKenzie View Drive to Interstate 5
  • South on I-5 until it intersects with the Willamette River
  • Follow the Willamette River to the Ferry Street Bridge.

League is determined by Street Address; approximate population in boundaries is 34,500. The boundary encompasses zip codes 97401 (part of); 97408, 97448, 97446.  The primary high school boundaries encompassed are Sheldon and Harrisburg. If you live outside the league boundary, but your child attends school within the boundary, you may request to play within the league by completing the School Enrollment Form.

If you have questions please contact us at  [email protected].

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