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Spring 2023 Registration!

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Registration Requirements
All players are required to meet our age and residency OR age and school attendance requirements, detailed below. 

ONE TIME ONLY: Players who are new to BRSLL must provide proof of age (birth certificate or passport) before their registration will be confirmed. Returning players do not need to show proof of age unless specifically asked to do so. 

ONE TIME ONLY: Players who are new to BRSLL must provide proof of residency within Belmont or Redwood Shores. You will be prompted to upload eligible document(s) in the registration process.  Returning players do not need to show proof of residency unless specifically asked to do so. 

EVERY YEAR UPON REGISTERING: Non-resident players that register based on school attendance within Belmont or Redwood Shores are required to show proof of school enrollment each year. Residents of Belmont or Redwood Shores do not need to show proof of school enrollment.

Registration Fees (Now-December 15, 2022.  Prices increase on December 16th by $50)

  • $150 for T-Ball
  • $225 for A
  • $250 for AA and AAA
  • $275 for Majors
  • $285 for Juniors 

Note: A nominal processing fee is applied to each registration.  Registration fees increase by $50 after December 15, 2022.

Adult Volunteers

BRSLL is a non-profit, 100% volunteer-run organization. In order to deliver an outstanding youth baseball program to the youth of our community, we ask EVERY family to participate however you can. We provide training as-needed for managers/coaches, scorekeepers, umpires, safety officer, and field prep roles. If you are unable to volunteer your time, there is a $50 volunteer opt-out fee.  

Registration Calendar 

  • December 15, 2022 - Early Bird Registration Closes ($50 increase thereafter)
  • January 13, 2023 - Registration Closes
  • January 21/22, 2023  - Tryouts (AA, AAA, Majors, Juniors players only)
  • March 4, 2023 - Opening Day/Games Begin

*All dates subject to change

BRSLL offers the following Divisions for the following ages. Please refer to the age chart for more information

  • Juniors 80  (Player Pitch) - 13-14
  • Majors (Player Pitch) - 10-12
  • AAA (Player Pitch) - 9-11
  • AA (Machine Pitch) - 7-9
  • A (formerly Farm, Machine/Coach Pitch) - 6-8
  • T-Ball  (Hit From Tee/Coach Pitch) - 4-6

Note: Final division placement for Upper Division (Majors, AAA, AA) players will be based on tryout performance.

Considerations for deciding whether to play up or down.
As part of the registration process, you will be asked to specify a division preference consistent with the age requirements and rules listed above. The decision of whether to choose a higher or lower division for your child's age group can be a difficult one, so we offer here a few things to consider.

  • Players who play in a more age-appropriate division generally receive more playing time and have opportunities to play and develop in more skill positions than they would in the higher division.
  • Players who play up may benefit from facing stronger competition and from practicing with older, more skilled players. However, they are likely to receive less playing time than if they played at their age level. They will also have a different social experience as they will likely be one to two years younger than most of their teammates.
  • Opportunities to play in the upper divisions (Majors, AAA, AA) are ultimately determined by tryouts and player draft. Players not drafted in their preferred division will be placed in the next lower division. If the league/player agent believes the player would be out of place in the selected division, the agent will contact the parents to discuss moving the player to the age-appropriate division.
  • Ultimately, player placement in the upper divisions (AA, AAA and Majors) will depend on tryouts, player agent assessment of baseball skills, and the number of spaces available in each division. Therefore, your child is not guaranteed placement in the division for which you register.
  • If you have further questions about player placement, email us at

Baseball Tryouts
Tryouts are required for our Juniors, Majors, AAA and AA divisions, even for returning players. Players can indicate their preferred division as part of the registration process, but final division assignments will depend on tryout performance. If you register for the Juniors, Majors, AAA or AA division, information on tryouts will be sent to you by email in early January. Players must attend at least one session.

Residence and School Attendance Requirements
Players must live or attend a school physically located within BRSLL's territorial boundaries in order to participate in our league. Our territory includes Belmont, Redwood Shores, a small portion of northwest San Carlos (Crestview/Club) and the San Mateo neighborhood bordering Belmont south of Laurie Meadows Park. To determine if BRSLL is the correct league for your child, please visit the following boundary map, select Baseball, and enter your residential address or your school’s address.

Team Assignment Policy
Upper level teams (Juniors, Majors, AAA, AA) are selected via a draft process based on tryouts / workouts results. Lower division teams (T-Ball and Single-A) are randomly assigned, although we try to ensure that players have teammates from the same school and grade. Coach and/or teammate requests for Tball and Single-A can be made as part of the registration process, however these requests cannot be guaranteed. An exception will be made for children of team managers / coaches (who will be assigned to their parents' team), and for siblings in the same division (who will be assigned to the same team).

Closed Divisions
BRSLL tries to make room for all interested players, however we are sometimes faced with having to close divisions as they fill up. We encourage you to register as early as possible in order to secure a place in our league. If the division you are interested in joining is closed, you will be added to our wait list.

The Belmont Redwood Shores Little League Board of Directors thank you for your support.

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