Frequently Answered Questions

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: My child is 7 years old. Does my child need to attend the skills assessment?

A: No, your child does not need to attend the skills assessment.  Little League International requires that all 8 year old and older must attend a skills assessment to ensure they get placed in the proper division.  If you think your child has the ability to play up a division, they must attend a skills assessment to be considered, but there are no guarantees they will be drafted.

Q:  I have multiple children registering for baseball, but I don't see the multiple child discount.
A:  Early registration and multiple family discounts are taken at checkout.

Q:  I was unable to attend the manager/coaches meeting.  Will I still be able to manage/coach?
A:  Dixon Little League will evaluate each case separately and give everyone a fair chance.

Q:  Will there be a scorekeeper's clinic?
A:  Yes, we will have a scorekeeper's clinic.  It will be during our field work day at the little league complex.  The field work day will be approximately two weeks before opening night.

Q:  Do Juniors need to tryout?
A:  Yes, all Juniors need to tryout.

Q:  What uniform items do I need for my child?
A:  Dixon Little League will provide each player a hat, shirt, belt, and socks.  Parents will be required to purchase pants.

Q:  If my child does not attend a skills assessment, will they remain in the same division as the previous year?
A:  No.  If your child is league age 8 or older, they will be eligible to be drafted into any one of the kid pitch divisions.  The skills assessment is a crucial tool used by Dixon Little League to ensure your child is placed into the proper division.  With no assessment, your child will be put into a division based on age only.

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