The link to sign up for the Spring Baseball Season will follow.
Our league has been approved for funding from the County Of San Diego's ARPA Youth Program to allow our players to receive a $50 discount off of registration. The program goal is to make youth sports more affordable.
In order to receive a $50 discount off of the registration fee, your name, address, telephone number will be provided to the County of San Diego's ARPA Youth Program to prove that you are a resident living within our boundaries. If this information is not provided to the county, we will be not receive the funding.
If you wish for this information not to be provided to the County of San Diego, there will be two registration options. One option with the discount subtracted and the other at the regular registration price. Simply, select the regular registration option without the discount.
We are really excited about the 2023 Spring baseball season! Early-Bird registration begins on October 1.
The following is registration information. Please note that there are two steps to the registration process, Online Registration and Walk-in Verification.
Step 1. Online Registration Information
Step 2. Walk-in Verification Information
Once you have completed registration online, you will need to visit us at Walk-in Verification: January 4th, 2022 | 5:30pm - 7:30pm | Shadow Hills Auditorium
This online registration is Step 1 in the 2 step registration process. Step 2 will be an in person Walk-in Registration at which you will submit the player's proof of residency and original birth certificate for verification.
Each new and returning player must submit the proof of residency and original birth certificate.
If you would like to request that your player/s be on a specific team or with a specific coach, here is the contact information for our Upper and Lower Player Agents.
**Please note that there are a number of variables to be considered for team placement, and although player agents will do their best, there is no guarantee that your player/s will be on the requested team. **
Upper Player Agent
Lower Player Agent
Tryouts: Everyone that is league age 7 years of age or older (link to age requirements) will try out. Tryouts will be conducted at our Alpine American Little League Majors field on January 21st.
Ages 11 & 12 @ 9:00am
Ages 9 & 10 @ 10:30am
Ages 7 & 8 @ 12:00pm
Makeup Day for Tryouts: January 23rd | 4pm - 6:30pm | Otto Field | 1830 Alpine Blvd., Alpine, CA. 91901
Ages 7 & 8 @ 5:30pm
Ages 7 & 8 @ 5:30pm
T-ball: T-ball players do not have to tryout.
Teams Announced - January 27th. Team managers will be in touch shortly to introduce themselves and provide practice information.
Practices Begin - January 30th
Opening Day Ceremonies and 2nd Alpine Classic Tournament: February 25th and 26th
Regular season games are set to begin on March 4th
Registration includes a uniform (jersey, hat, belt, and pants), DugOut Dirt booklet, a photo picture package (1- 8x10 composite that includes a team picture and player's individual picture, 4 wallets, and a photo button), and a trophy.
Players need to provide a glove, bat, pair of cleats, and a helmet.
Dicks Sporting Goods and BIG 5 will have everything you need for the season.
If you are in need of equipment due to financial concerns, we sought after and were awarded a grant by Dick’s Sporting Goods to supply a limited number of equipment sets to those in need. Inquire within.
You must live or go to school within Alpine American Little League boundaries to sign-up for the 2023 Spring Season. Here is a link to determine if you live within the boundaries:
Here is a link to find you player’s league age: https://www.alpineamericanlittleleague.com/age
You know you want to coach a baseball team. You don't want to sit on the sidelines this year, you want to be in the action, living your best life, you being you, being all that you can be. There's no stopping you, you can do this. Throw caution to the wind, break the mold, because glory doesn't just find you, you have to go out and get it. The only person who can stop you from reaching your goals is you. Do something today that you future self will thank you for. Be a champion. Opportunity is knocking, and you need to open the door.
Sign up now. You, my friend, are a baseball coach.
Thank you to all of our volunteers! We really appreciate all that you do for Alpine American Little League and our players.
Alpine American Little League is a non-profit membership organization. There are no paid positions. All board member positions are unpaid positions, this includes the president, vice president, field maintenance persons, player agents, coaches coordinators, treasurer, purchasing/equipment manager, safety officer, secretary, information officer, chief umpire, snack bar and sponsorship directors. Also, managers, coaches, scorekeepers, team parents are unpaid positions.
Please get involved! Little League Baseball provides the opportunity to volunteer to participate in a community-based program that is distinctive, unique, and promotes life lessons beyond the field of play.
If you choose not to get involved or are unable to, please realize and appreciate that everything that is happening around you is done by volunteers that are lending there time and energy for the benefit of your player/players.
Here are the volunteer opportunities:
Operating a successful Little League program requires numerous volunteers, time and money. This year alone we are counting on more than 175 volunteers (team managers, coaches, team moms, and AALL Board members) to step up to the plate and devote countless hours to ensure successful spring and fall baseball seasons.
Although our volunteers and their time are invaluable to help offset league expenses, player registration fees only pay for half of our league’s annual operating expenses. Alpine American Little League relies on the financial support of our community members to continue to provide our league families with affordable registration fees and a great Little League experience.