Registration Continues for the 2015 Season
Oakville Little League makes it easy for you to register for the 2015 Baseball Season:
Your early registration helps us greatly with planning and organizing for the upcoming season, as we need to know the number of players we are going to have so we can order player uniforms and equipment, arrange for required field permits, arrange for umpires and recruit coaches, if required.
Use one of the following options to register for the 2015 Oakville Little League season:
In person: drop into the field house at 425 Cornwall Road on Tuesdays between 7 - 9 p.m. or on Saturdays between 9 a.m. and 12 noon. For those players returning, we have pre-populated registration forms making your registration process quick and simple.
By Fax: download a blank registration form by clicking here and faxing it 289-295-0278
By Email: download a blank registration form by clicking here and email the form as an attachment to
By Postal Mail: download a blank registration form by clicking here and mail the completed form to 425 Cornwall Road, Oakville, ON L6J 7S8. If you wish to save yourself the price of a stamp you can drop your letter into the mailbox at our field house.
On-Line: To register on-line using a third party service provider "Active" click here (Note: Active service charges will be added to your registration fee)
2014 -2015 Off-Season Baseball Clinic Information
The following information is being made for baseball players who are looking for some off-season baseball training. Oakville Little League has developed an off-season development program in conjunction with Fied House Athletics located in Burlington just off of Burloak.
This program is for any Oakville Little League players who are interested in developing and expanding thier baseball skills. Detailed information about this program including, dates, times, program descriptions and cost can be found by clicking here.
In addition to the program above, Oakville Little League will be offering a development program provided by Pro-Teach Baseball located at 25 Whitlam Avenue in Etobicoke.
This program is also available for any Oakville Little League players who are interested in developing and expanding thier baseball skills.
Detailed information about this program can be foundon thier webite. To access their site, please click here.
Join the Oakville Little League Team – Become a Volunteer!
Oakville Little League prides itself on running the league solely on volunteers who are committed to making a difference for our young athletes. Throughout the summer, we run many events require adult and teenage volunteers.For high school students, this is a great opportunity to accumulate community hours. Why not come down to the diamonds and volunteer for a couple of hours and then watch some great baseball at the same time.
We are also looking for interested adults who want to offer their skills and experience to our league. We are particularly looking people with fund-raising expertise who can join our team. Whether you can dedicate a couple of hours a week, or volunteer on a more permanent basis, we’d love to hear from you. Coaches:
We are always looking for people who enjoy working with kids and teaching them the game of baseball, and imparting the life skills of the game to our players.
Perhaps you have been out of the game for a while and want to get back into it, or you are someone who has just finished playing baseball and you want to give back to baseball.
Let us know if you want to be a part of OLL as a Coach. If you are interested in becoming a part of Oakville Little League, please send an email to
, or call us at 905-827-1831. Your support of our league will be greatly appreciated.
Oakville Little League is excited that our new T-Ball program has been met with great success over the past few years since the changes were made with the objective of putting a priority on player development. Oakville Little League spent time researching and observing the most successful Little League programs in the province. We concluded that it was important to start developing the fundamental skills of the game at a younger age. Using this approach, players will realize a significant benefit by developing these fundamental skills as they progress towards the older divisions.
Players 5 years old as of May 1st will be in an instructional T-Ball division to introduce young players to the sport of baseball. The emphasis will be on the fundamentals (catch, throw, hit, and run) while having fun with a planned program of activities that change frequently to keep the children active and involved.
Players 6 - 8 years old as of May1st will be grouped by age and skill level and assigned to T-Ball teams. Players will continue to work on the development of all fundamental baseball skills while learning and playing by the rules of the game at a younger age.
T-Ball has 110 balls in play every five-inning game
Children at all levels of ability will have more opportunity to field the ball
Every batter will swing until they hit the ball
This means lots of HITTING, lots of FIELDING, and lots of FUN!!
T-BALL IS THE STARTING POINT FOR BASEBALL
By hitting the ball from a tee the players have the opportunity to develop hand-eye coordination and swing technique without the fear of being hit by a pitched ball.
With a ball being in play with every batter, players in both the infield and the outfield are given more opportunities to develop fundamental fielding skills while placing an emphasis on total team participation and involvement.
WITH A FOCUS ON
- SKILL DEVELOPMENT baseball fundamentals and a better understanding of the rules at a younger age
- COACHING DEVELOPMENT through a new coaching program that involves mentoring, clinics, ongoing support and a group practice structure
- GROUP PRACTICE STRUCTURE to ensure all players work through the same curriculum of baseball fundamentals and rules while minimizing the effect of players being absent
For more information about Oakville Little League's expanded and exciting T-Ball program
please contact the League Office