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EVALUATIONS: Rookies | Minors | Majors

If you have a child playing at the Rookie, Minor or Major level, they will be required to attend evaluations on Sunday, March 25th at Westwood Middle School.  The only exception to this is returning Majors players -- you DO NOT need to attend evaluations unless you wish to switch teams.

Please complete the registration at the link below:

Evaluation slots are being limited to 40-50 kids.  Please read all the way through the end of the registration for more information about evaluations.


Registration for ages 5-12 is now closed.  If you are interested in playing and would like your name to be added to our waiting list, please email:

Thank you to those of you who've registered -- we can't wait to see you on the fields soon!


The deadline for Prep Level registration is April 11th.  Register at the link below:

Registration Questions?

Information Coordinator


Whether you've coached with us in the past or are new to B.A.L.L., we couldn't have a great season without all of our amazing volunteer coaches!  If you are interested in being a part of helping our youth players grow their passion and skills for the game of baseball, WE WANT YOU!  

Register Here:

Registration Questions?

Jamie Borden - Coach Development

2018 Little League Age Chart

Here's where you can find your child's league age for 2018.

Little League address look-up tool

The Blaine Area Little League charter covers players in Spring Lake Park, and portions of the Anoka Hennepin School District, specifically those who map to Blaine High School. 

If you're not sure which Little League serves your area, use the league finder provided through Little League International (below). 

Click here:


IMPORTANT – 2018 Little League bat requirements, new bats needed!

We want to make you aware of a change in bat rules mandated by Little League International that will require you to buy new bats for play effective January 1, 2018. The bats are intended to provide a safer playing experience for our children.

All levels of Little League baseball are required to have a bat with the new 2018 USA Bat stamp on it. This is a mandate of Little League International.  Every district, every city, every Little League organization is required to follow this new bat standard.  

Little League International baseball bat information:

What does this mean for you?  Every child will need to use a bat with the new stamp on it.  This rule affects all age levels, from 5-12 years old. If your child will be receiving a bat before next season (such as for a Christmas gift), please make sure it has the approved bat stamp.

To help accommodate the new rule, B.A.L.L. will be supplying all teams with one team bat that has the stamp and complies with the new bat standard.  The bat will be an average size for each age group. 

We will send regular reminders in email and have information posted here on our website, so no one is surprised by this new rule next year. Please feel free to reach out to us with any questions you may have, or refer to the Little League International website for detailed information.

News from neighbor organizations

Families interested in the Miracle League, either as players or buddies, can learn more about the organization by clicking on the image to the right.

Blaine Area Little League is pleased to help support the Miracle League. Our teams are looking forward to being buddies during Miracle League games at the Blaine Baseball Complex this summer. 

Blaine Area Little League 
Field Locations
AP = Airport Park -- 2130 105th Ave NE
BBC = Blaine Baseball Complex — 1150 Paul Parkway 
CE = Carrera East — 13129 Eldorado Street 
HA = Happy Acres — 11900 - 7th Street 
Ivy Hills — 12197 Fergus Street 
JEFF = Jefferson — 12833 Jefferson Street 
LLN = Little League North — 730 - 113th Avenue 
LLS = Little League South — 730 - 113th Avenue 
Mary Elizabeth — 8630 Eldorado Street 
NW = Northwood — 12047 Oak Park Boulevard 
OSE = Ostmans East — 1200 - 130th Lane 
OSW = Ostmans West — 1200 - 130th Lane 
QE = Quincy East — 10601 Quincy Blvd  
QW = Quincy West — 10601 Quincy Blvd  
Westwood — 8819 Able Street 
Xylite — 9033 Xylite Street

Trusted Coaches

Blaine Area Little League is now a member of the Trusted Coaches program, which offers comprehensive training, education and screening necessary for a youth coach via a nationwide criminal background check‚ first-aid training, concussion instruction and Positive Coaching Alliance Double-Goal Coach® character education course. 

All Blaine Area LIttle League coaches will be required to complete the Trusted Coaches program. You may be familiar with Trusted Coaches if you participate in other youth sports, as several Blaine and Spring Lake Park area organizations are members. Coaches who complete the mandatory online training are committed to safe and healthy development of young athletes, emotionally and phyically. We are pleased to bring this program to Blaine Area Little League and welcome any feedback you may have on this positive coaching program. 


Thank you for visiting the home of the Blaine Area Little League. We serve between 800-900 youth athletes annually from ages 5 to 19. We are affiliated with Little League International and provide opportunities to anyone who wants to play, loves the game and wants to develop their skills. 

Mailing Address

PO Box 490781, Blaine, MN 55449


Please send us an email at link below. Include a phone number or email and we will respond to questions within 48 hours.

You can also contact us through our Facebook page.

Information Coordinator

Information Coordinator