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Pee Wee

Spring Season Overview

Spring season is our most popular season of the little league program with nearly 700 players participating each year. As a Little League organization, teams play other teams in their division within Tigard Little League during the spring season.

Pee Wee is a co-ed league intended for boys and girls ages 4 - 7, typically Pre-K through first grade.

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Coach Pitch

Schedules/League Information

Tee Ball

Schedules/League Information


Levels of Play:

Tee Ball
This introductory, non-competitive level of baseball is for all 5 year olds as well as 6 year olds with little or no baseball or softball experience. Players are hitting a soft baseball from a stationery batting tee, no outs are tracked, and every player bats each inning.

Coach Pitch
This introductory, non-competitive level of baseball is for 6 year olds that have played a year of Tee Ball as well as 7 year olds with no baseball or softball experience. Players hit a soft baseball pitched by the coach (a tee is not used).

Games:

Usually one 90 minute game (including 30 minute warm-ups) on Saturdays with a maximum of 3 innings, with all children on the roster batting each inning

Team Formation:

Co-ed teams are formed by the League based upon neighborhood or school, using a variety of criteria, including: coach requests, buddy requests, school and age/gender balance in February. Families may request one "buddy" or day of the week (e.g. M/W or T/Thu).

Practices Begin: The week of Opening Day

Opening Day: Usually the first Saturday in April

Games: Opening Day thru beginning of June

Time Commitment:

Pee Wee teams will have two events per week. Initially these will be practices, but once games begin they would consist of a 30-45 minute practice followed by a game.

Players can request a manager, a buddy or specific practice days. Note that not all requests may be possible to accommodate.

Tee Ball
Two 60 minute practice per week, one on Saturday.

Coach Pitch
Two 90 minute practices per week, one on Saturday.

Field Locations:

  • Cook Park
  • Mary Woodward
  • Hansen Field (Latter Day Saints) in Summerfield

Equipment Needed:

Necessary:
Baseball glove

Optional:
Baseball Pants
Cleats
Batting Helmet