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  • Queen Anne Little League firmly believes that baseball should be open to any and all who wish to play regardless of skill level, experience, or financial issues. The only prerequisite is enthusiasm! To that end, we are committed to minimizing any barriers to entry.
  • If you require financial assistance please contact us at [email protected]. We have partial and full scholarships available. There are no forms to fill out. You only need to ask. 
  • As indicated below, we have minimized the sharing of equipment due to Covid concerns. If your player needs equipment, just email us and the league will do its best to outfit your player.


  • Each player will be given a jersey and hat before the first game.
  • We have discouraged the sharing of bats and helmets during Covid. Most players now bring their own bats. If your player needs a bat or helmet, the league will provide one for your player.
  • All players must use a USA BASEBALL approved bat that carries the USA Baseball logo on the side (usually right above the grip). More information about the USA Baseball bat standard can be found here.
  • All t-ball players must use a USA Baseball bat specifically designated for t-ball. "A" ball and rookie softball players may also use t-ball bats if the size is more appropriate for that player. All other softball players must use a USA Baseball approved softball bat. Likewise, baseball players above the "A" division must use USA Baseball approved baseball bats.
  • T-Ballers just need a glove.
  • Baseball and softball players will be expected to have cleats and baseball pants as well as a glove. Coaches often want all players to have the same color pants, so please consult with your coach before buying pants.
  • Little League has a discount program with DICK'S Sporting Goods. Before the season you will be notified of discount weekends.


Little League works because of its volunteers. This is a community league and so we need the community to take part whether as coaches, assistants during practice, umpires and even board members.

  • Coaches: Many parents are hesitant to coach because they don't feel they have enough baseball experience. Well, good news, you don't need baseball experience to be a good coach. The most important qualities of a coach are patience and a willingness to help. As for the fundamental skills, we have plenty of resources to help train coaches. Also, there are more experienced coaches who will be happy to sit in on a practice or two to help you get started. For more information on being a coach please contact Paul Lepley for baseball or Grant Warner for t-ball. 
  • Assistants: No matter how organized and experienced a coach is, practices and games cannot run smoothly without the help of other volunteers. Roles can involve anything from helping run drills during practice, organizing post-game snacks, being the designated scorekeeper, as well as being an actual assistant coach during games. If you're interested in being an assistant, please speak to your player's coach once teams have been assigned.
  • Umpires: This is our greatest need. If we can get at least two volunteer umpires from each team then each umpire would only need to ump two or three games and would have the season covered! We'll even outfit you with some cool pads and a snazzy blue umpire shirt. Remember, this is a community league ... we promise no umpire abuse. If you're interested in being an umpire please email our umpire-in-chief.

    Most coaches will use either Dick's Team Manager or TeamSnap to communication with parents, update schedules, and track player availability.  Your coach will reach out with more information.

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