2018 Spring Baseball Season Registration

Mail-In Late Registrations for the 2018 Season!

 
We are still accepting individual late registrations for the following divisions:
Colt & Palomino (only a couple spots open in each)

 

We are no longer taking late registrations for the following Divisions:
Instructional, Pinto, Mustang, Bronco, Pony

Please mail your registration form to the address listed on the registration form.
Don't to forget to include the $25 Late Fee in your check total.

Raffle Tickets must be picked up at a WAA Board Meeting.
Click Here to View Dates for Upcoming Board Meetings


Walk-in Registration
for the 2018 Baseball Season will be held on

Saturday, January 13th, 2018
and

Saturday, January 27th, 2018

from 10:00am to 1:00pm

At the
Woodridge Park District
Community Center

Directions


Please bring your completed registration form along with your payment to one of our walk-in registration dates listed above.  If you are unable to make either of the dates, you can mail all items to the address listed on the form.  Registrations received after January 27, 2018, will be placed on a waiting list and subject to a late fee of $25.

Below you will find the rates for the WAA program.  You must pay the total amount listed to enroll your child.  Our fundraising program includes raffle tickets that you will prepay for and receive when you register.  As your child sells the tickets, you keep the funds raised, thus significantly reducing the price of enrollment.  Your raffle ticket stubs can then be turned in at Picture Day in April.
 

League Level * Registration Fundraiser Total
Instructional (5/6 yrs.) $70.00 $100.00 $170.00
Pinto (7/8 yrs.) $80.00 $100.00 $180.00
Mustang (9/10 yrs.) $90.00 $100.00 $190.00
Bronco (11/12 yrs.) $100.00 $100.00 $200.00
Pony (13/14 yrs.) $120.00 $100.00 $220.00
Colt (15/16 yrs.)† $140.00 $100.00 $240.00
Palomino (17-19 yrs.)† $140.00 $100.00 $240.00

 * To determine league level use the age the player will be on 8/31/2018
    For easy determination use our Pony Age Calculator

 † Priority will be given to team registration at Colt/Palomino levels

 

FAMILY PACKAGE
Register 2 players and any additional
family players are free†!!!
 


The league will provide each player with a jersey, pair of baseball socks and a baseball hat. Players are responsible for providing their own baseball pants, glove/mitt and batting helmet (NOCSAE Approved).  Please note that All Pinto Division Players (7/8 yrs. old) are required to use a helmet with protective mask/guard. 

Practices start in April, and games are played through June.  An average of 2 games and/or practices played per week on weeknights and Saturday's.  The day of the week that games and practices are played on weeknights will vary from week to week.  Weeknight games/practices generally start at 6pm (Bronco, Pony, Colt & Palomino Divisions start at 5:45pm or 8:15pm).  Saturday game/practice times vary week to week, and generally are scheduled between 10am and 5pm (older divisions may start earlier and also participate in Saturday Night games).

Our Instructional, Pinto and Mustang Divisions play all of their games in Woodridge against our other in-house teams.  Our Bronco and Pony Divisions are part of the Greater DuPage Pony Baseball Association (GDPBA) and will play home games in Woodridge and away games in nearby surrounding towns (i.e. Darien, Bolingbrook, Romeoville, etc.).  Our Colt and Palomino Divisions are part of the SWILA League and will play home games in Woodridge and away games in surrounding towns over a larger area.

Last year, the WAA fielded over 40 teams teams consisting of over 450 players.  While the majority of our players reside in Woodridge, we do accept players from surrounding communities.

 

More information about specific divisions is available here.  If you have any questions about our league, checkout the FAQ's Section of our website.

 

 

Download Registration Form

 

 

New Age Cut-Off for All 2018 Leagues

This season we will be using 8/31/2018 as our new age cut-off (the previous cut-off date was 4/30). This change will allow players to play their grade-level and has been instituted nationwide by the large youth baseball associations (Pony, Little League, etc.).  Use our age calculator to determine your players correct level.
 

New Bat Rules for Some 2018 Leagues 

All bats used in Bronco & Pony must have the new USA Baseball Stamp or BBCOR Stamp, No Older Style Bats will be allowed. Each Team will be provided one team bat for all players to use for those who do not have an approved bat of their own.