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Wauwatosa Little League

Wauwatosa Little League

MAJORS (KID PITCH; 11-12 YRS OLD; 5th and 6th grade)

The focus in WMLL majors is still developmental in nature with an emphasis on teamwork and fostering a positive atmosphere among players and coaches.  This is a player pitch division at 46' Pitching and 60' base paths. Teams consist of 11-12 players (9 are used on defense).  This level of baseball is geared towards 5th and 6th graders.  See the age chart below; all skill levels are welcome.  

Spring Season: 
We play with other local communities such as Germantown, West Allis, Menomonee Falls, and other District 1 leagues to build our division. This division has the opportunity to make a run at the Little League World Series, last season Shorewood LL represented Wisconsin in pool play for the Little League World Series.  

Players are drafted by managers at the spring player draft in March.  Practices start in March at our indoor facility (the Hanger) and will transition to the outdoor fields as weather permits. Games are 2 hours in length or 6 complete innings and are played at Madison Park, in Wauwatosa.  Expect to play 12-16 games, including an annual end of year district tournament in July.  See Spring Season program page for more details.

age chart - majors

Kids with birthdays Sept 2011 to Aug 2013 must sign up for majors.

Registration Listing

Spring Summer 2024

Welcome to Wauwatosa Little League! We are exciting to provide a great Little League experience for you and your family.

T-Ball (4-6 years old)
Tee ball teaches the very basic fundamentals of hitting, fielding, throwing, and running the bases. The primary focus is for the kids to have fun while learning the game. The expectation of this division is for players to learn the game of baseball.

The focus in machine pitch is on further developing basic baseball skills and teaching teamwork. A pitching machine is used. Scores are kept and stats are tracked. Games have a fun and introductory competitive atmosphere. This level of baseball is geared towards1st and 2nd graders.

The focus in minors is developmental with an emphasis on higher-level baseball skills, such as pitching, base running, proper throwing mechanics, and fielding. This level of baseball is the first year of player pitch and includes 46' pitching mound, 60' base paths, and stealing after the pitch crosses the plate. This level of baseball is geared towards 3rd and 4th graders.

The focus in majors is still developmental in nature with an emphasis on teamwork and fostering a positive atmosphere among players and coaches.  This age group is eligible to advance to the Little League World Series. This level of baseball is geared towards 5th and 6th graders.

The focus in Juniors division is more competitive baseball. This division plays on regulation baseball diamonds using full baseball rules.  This level of baseball is geared towards 7th and 8th graders or 15-year-olds not participating in a High School program.

Major - Little League Baseball

Season Dates: 03/23/2024 to 07/20/2024
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Players should come dressed ready to play wearing:
  • Team Jersey (provided by league)
  • Athletic pants (baseball pants are provided by the league for Spring season only)
  • Shoes (cleats preferred, athletic shoes acceptable)
  • For boys protective athletic cups (required to play catcher)
Players should bring (required):
  • Water bottle
  • Baseball glove
Players may bring (optional):
  • Personal baseball helmet
  • Personal baseball bat 
Note: USABat Standard bats must be used in the Little League Major Baseball Division and below. Either USABat Standard bats or BBCOR bats must be used at the Junior League Baseball Division.  See official Little League rules here.

The league provides:
  • Team helmets
  • Team bats
  • Catcher's gear
  • Baseballs

interested in volunteering?

As we gear up for the next season of Wauwatosa Little League Baseball, we're filled with excitement about the growth of our league. With more teams expected this season, the spirit of baseball is more vibrant than ever. But this growth brings us to an important call – a call for passionate and dedicated individuals like you!

If you are interested in volunteering, please see our volunteer pagesignup here, or email us at [email protected] and let us know how you'd like to be involved. Whether you have queries, need more information, or are ready to jump right in, we're here to assist.


Wauwatosa Little League
Brookfield, Wisconsin 53005

Phone: 414-940-8390
Email: [email protected]

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