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All Star Game Information

Grade/Age Divisions


T-Ball is a coed introductory baseball program for both boys and girls at 5 or 6 years of age. These players are currently in kindergarten or will be entering kindergarten in the Fall. Players are introduced to the basics of the game of baseball. Focus is on instruction and fun. Emphasis is on fundamentals of the game as players are shown the basics of hitting, throwing, catching and base running within a framework of teamwork and sportsmanship. Players hit off of a T-stand. Games are instructional.

Rookie Baseball (coach-pitch) for Kindergarten & 1st Grade

Rookie Baseball is an introductory baseball program. There is a division for Kindergarten (with prior T-Ball experience) and a division for 1st Grade. Players enjoy this natural transition from T-Ball. Games are instructional.  Coaches pitch to their own team for the entire game. Flexi-balls are used with softer centers for safety. Players get 8 pitches; there are strikeouts but no walks. 50' bases and 35' pitching distance.

"A" Baseball

"A" Baseball is an introductory program for 2nd grade.  Players pitch a maximum of 7 pitches to a batter, then coach comes in for 1 pitch if player is still at bat. Regulation baseballs are introduced at this level. There are strikeouts but no walks. 50' bases and 35' pitching distance.

"AA" Baseball

"AA" Baseball is for 3rd grade. No tryouts are required. Players pitch the entire game. Regulation baseballs are used at this level. There are strikeouts and walks. 60' bases and 40' pitching distance.

"AAA" Baseball

"AAA" Baseball is a recreational program divided into two groups; 4th-5th grades and  6th-7th-8th grades. WAA reserves the right to regroup age divisions based upon registrations. No tryouts are required.  Players pitch the entire game, stealing is allowed. Regulation baseballs are used. 60' bases and 44' pitching distance for 4th and 5th grade and 70' base paths and 48' pitching distance for the 6th, 7th and 8th grade.

Registration - Closed for 2019
Fall Baseball Registration opens June 1st!


Program Information

2019 Summer Recreational Baseball Registration

OPENS at 8am on Thursday, Jan 10th 

Register Early for savings and first come, first serve special requests! 

Register in January and receive a $10 coupon off another WAA registration!  Use the coupon for sibling registration or other WAA programs (league or camp)!  If you are registering more than 2 children in WAA Recreational Baseball, please call the WAA office after registration to apply multiple coupons. 

WAA's recreational baseball program consists of seven age based levels depending on your CURRENT spring school grade at the time of registration.

Program emphasis is on fundamentals of the game as players are shown the basics of hitting, throwing, catching and base running within a framework of teamwork and sportsmanship.

All coaches are volunteers and coaches set up the practice location, day and time.  Rosters, schedules, uniforms and equipment are distributed to coaches in May.  Players will be contacted by the coach of their team by mid May. Practices will begin in May and the 12-game season will begin after Memorial day and run through mid-July.

Single A – Triple AAA will have end of season All Star games!

Special Request Policy — Special requests for team placement will be considered carefully, but there is no guarantee they will be honored. For requests to be considered, the registration must be turned in by the registration deadline.

Games are played at locations in close proximity to the teams' neighborhood whenever possible for the younger ages.

Registration Opens in January!
Please register for your current grade as of January, 2019!


January 10, 2019Registration OPENS! 8:00a 
March 1, 2019 Late Fee Begins  
March 1, 2019Special Request Deadline  
March 2, 2019Competitive Player Clinic WAA Training Center
March 9, 2019REC Softball Coach Clinic 3:30-5:00pWAA Training Center
April 6, 2019REC A/AA/AAA Coach Clinic4:00-5:00pWAA Training Center
  T-ball/Rookies & 1st/2nd grade Softball5:00-6:00pWAA Training Center
April 6, 2019REC Softball Player Clinic (FULL)10:15-11:45aWAA Sports Center
April 14, 2019Single A Player Clinic (LIMITED SPOTS)4:00-5:30pWAA Sports Center
 AA/AAA Player Clinic (FULL)5:30-7:00pWAA Sports Center
May 11, 2019Baseball Coach Meetings

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Summer Recreational T-Ball & Baseball

During the season, game schedules and rosters can be found on your family account under your child's team link once it is posted following the Head coach meeting in May.

T-ball & Rookies play on grass fields, with T-ball playing on Tuesday & Thursdays, and Rookies on Monday and Wednesday evenings. Games start at 6:15pm. Friday games may be scheduled to complete schedule and for rainouts.

The Single A through Triple A levels will typically play one weeknight game and one Saturday game. Game time is 6:15pm on weeknights; Saturday game times will vary.

Rules, Equipment & Directions

  • Players provide their own glove, gym shoes or spikes (plastic only) and white pants.
  • WAA will provide team hat and jerseys (t-ball and rookie) and team hat, jersey and socks (Single A baseball and older).
  • Team equipment is provided to head coach by WAA. Some players prefer to use their own bat.  Please refer to WAA baseball rules for any bat specifications.

2019 Program Fees

Tball (Kindergarten & pre K) - $110
Kindergarten Rookie -             $110
1st Grade Rookie -                  $110
2nd Grade A Baseball -           $160
3rd Grade AA Baseball -         $160
4th/5th AAA Baseball -            $160
6th/7th/8th AAA Baseball-       $160

$20 Late fee will apply beginning on March 1, 2019

Volunteer Opportunities

WAA is a non-profit volunteer organization.  Parent volunteer coaches are needed for all teams at all levels.  Please volunteer to coach your child's team. 

Coaching Descriptions;

Head coach:

Primary responsibility for management and motivation of the team. A solid understanding of the rules of baseball is helpful and a desire to teach baseball fundamentals to children is necessary.  Attendance at a WAA baseball coaching clinic is required. The head coach notifies all team members within 48 hours of equipment hand-out.  Provides team with roster, schedule, rulebook, and picture information. Head Coach subject to background check.

Assistant Coach:  Assists the head coach.

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2323 Liberty St 
Aurora, Illinois 60502

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