Last day for T-Ball Registration is 2/26/2017. -- Still time to register for QALL Pre-Season Pitching Skills Classes. Scroll down for more information.
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Welcome to Queen Anne Little League Providing springtime and summer softball and baseball fun to the families of Queen Anne Hill. Please select from the menu options and contact our league officials if you need additional help.
Queen Anne Little League is excited to bring back former NCAA D-I Head Coach and former professional player, Mark Linden of Baseball Positive to lead our Coach & Parent Training program. In addition to his experience at higher levels of the game Mark has worked the past nine years exclusively at the 12U level. He brings a unique insight and approach for teaching the game effectively to young players. The Baseball Positive system of coaching provides structure and efficiency to practice planning, running drills and building skills.
You are invited to attend one of the league sponsored Coaching Clinics in February and March.
Our coaches are volunteers and parents just like you. Managing 12 kids on a ball field and keeping them active, learning and having fun throughout a practice is a job requiring more than one or two coaches.
Parents can be very helpful during a practice even if it’s simply catching throws during drills, helping the kids transition from drill to drill or shagging balls. Some parents progress to assisting with drills as the season unfolds.
You are strongly urged to make time to attend one of the league’s coaching clinics. Basic terminology, core drills run during practices and the structure of an effective practice are examples of clinic content. You will recognize that helping kids develop baseball and softball skills does not require you to be an expert.
The more bodies we have on the field at each practice translates into a more active and fun environment for the kids and helps them to develop their skills quicker and to a higher degree of mastery.
Feb 28, Tuesday, 600pm-830pm 1st Year Player Pitch @ Fairview Church (844 NE 78th St - one mile north of Greenlake) Mar 5, Sunday, 600pm-830pm Coach/Machine Pitch @ Fairview Church Mar 25, Saturday, 1030am-1230pm Tee-Ball @ East Greenlake Park
Registration for the 2017 season of Queen Anne Little League is now open at www.qall.org! Programs are available for players ages 4-14. If your child lives or goes to school in the 98109, 98119, or 98121 zip codes, they are eligible to play QALL. Register before January 19, 2017 to avoid a $30 late fee, and please register as early as possible to assist with league planning. The fee for baseball/softball is $165 and for T-Ball is $100, and scholarships are available to those in need.
Baseball and softball players need to attend evaluations on Saturday, February 4, 2017 for placement on an AA, AAA, or a Majors team (no evals are held for A Baseball). Players who want to play Majors Baseball need to attend an additional tryout on Tuesday, February 7, 2017. If your child lives or goes to school in the 98109, 98119, or 98121 zip codes, they are eligible to play QALL. If you have questions, please contact the QALL Registrar at
Come join us for another great season of Queen Anne Baseball and Softball!
T-Ball, and Baseball A, AA, AAA, Majors, Juniors and Seniors Divisions:
T-Ball - Boys and girls age 4-6 (players born 8/31/2013 or later). The fee is $100 and there is a $10 late fee after February 16, 2017.
A Baseball - For boys and girls in the 1st grade. 6 year olds must have at least one year of T-Ball (All machine pitch)
AA Baseball – For boys and girls in 2nd and 3rd grades (Split between machine and player pitch)
AAA Baseball – Boys and girls 9-11 years old (Player pitch)
Majors Baseball – Boys and girls 10-12 years old
Juniors and Seniors Baseball – Boys and girls 13-18 years old. Registration ends on March 15, 2017. Senior registration is currently on hold pending further discussion at district level (more info to come later).
Softball Minors, Majors, and Juniors Divisions:
A - For girls in the 1st or 2nd grade. Players age 6 should have at least one year of T-Ball (Coach pitch)
AA - Designed for players in 3rd grade. Fourth graders who are league age nine (younger half of the grade) may play AA. (Player pitch)
AAA - Designed for fourth and fifth graders. Fifth graders who are league age eleven may be selected to play Majors Division (Player pitch)
Majors - Designed for sixth and seventh graders. Seventh graders who are league age thirteen will play in the Juniors Division
Juniors - For players league age 13 and 14.
Softball evaluations will be held on Saturday, February 4, 2017.
Queen Anne Little League is a 100% volunteer organization and there are many ways you can help. Please consider volunteering to be a coach, umpire, scorekeeper, team parent, or board member. You can register to be a coach or volunteer on www.qall.org. Just click on the "Coach/Volunteer" button on the homepage!
Join us on our Facebook group – Queen Anne Little League. Updates are posted throughout the season and it’s a great way to keep in touch with other QALL parents and coaches."
QALL Pre-Season Skills Classes - Wallingford Boys & Girls Club
Batting (Baseball and Softball) & Pitching (Baseball)
Sundays, Feb 26 - Mar 26 - Space is Limited, Sign-up Today!
Queen Anne Little League continues its long running relationship with Baseball Positive, the area’s top instruction organization for players and coaches at the 12U level of play. Many of you know BP Director, former professional player and NCAA D-1 Head Coach, Mark Linden and BP Lead Instructor and former player at Seattle U, Sean Narby from the many programs they have run with QALL.
In these classes, players improve their skills, increase their confidence, and retain what they learn. Kids excel in these programs because the teaching uses language that is meaningful to them, follows a step-by-step, building block approach and provides the most important factor in skill development - massive quality repetitions.
ATTN: COACHES & PARENTS
Please join in and learn right along with the players!
Baseball Positive demystifies and simplifies the teaching of skills. These classes are designed for Coaches and Parents to participate and learn “How to Teach” kids effectively, while the hands-on experience is invaluable. The more knowledge we have in our league, the stronger our league.
Each participating coach and parent receives a Coaching Manual that includes all the program’s content. The manual has video and pictures illustrating key points. Teaching these skills to kids is quite elementary, when following the Baseball Positive approach.
Coaches and Parents who do not have a child in the program are welcome and invited to participate and learn the content. Contact Mark Linden of Baseball Positive about the teaching process and the coaching information: 206 714 5276;
Cost: $87 per player (Coaches/Parents - no cost)
Eligibility: Players ages 8-12
Dates/Times: Sundays Feb 26; Mar 5, 12, 19, 26 (Each class is comprised of five, 1-hour sessions)
1:30pm - 2:30pm Pitching - Part 1 (AA Baseball)
2:30pm - 3:30pm Batting - Part 1 (Baseball & Softball)
3:30pm - 4:30pm Pitching - Part 1 (AAA/Majors Baseball)
Location: Wallingford Boys & Girls Club
1310 N 45th St (enter gym from N 46th St.)
Enrollment: Limited to 16 players for Batting and 12 players for Pitching