|The following tools are intended for
Sunnyvale LL parents. Please be sure to check the
Sunnyvale LL Calendar from time to
time for important league dates.
It's important for parents to place their children in the
most appropriate level of play, based on physical ability, maturity and goals.
Sunnyvale Little League will do everything possible to place players in the
most appropriate level based on these attributes. Players wishing to play in
Minors or above must attend an evaluation session, so that coaches and league
officials may assertain the player's ability. Parents may also refer to the
Sunnyvale Level of Play
Descriptions, which serves as a guide for determining which level is best
for your child.
Our league strives to offer a fun, instructional and
inclusive environment for our player, coaches, umpires, families and guests. As
such we have crafted a Code of Coduct,
which we expect all to adhere to.
For those parents looking for
insights on what equipment is required for Little League baseball, please refer
to our Equipment Guide.
It's always helpful to
understand the rules of the game. Little League rules vary by level, and are
structured to help players learn the game as they progress of the skill ladder.
- Sunnyvale LL local Majors
- Sunnyvale LL local Minors
- Sunnyvale LL local Farm
- Sunnyvale LL local Pioneer
- Sunnyvale LL local Tball
- Sunnyvale LL player pool
rules (applies to Majors & Minors only)
- Sunnyvale LL batting cage
read the Little League
Per the State of California
Department of Justice and Little League Baseball Inc, the following applies to
any volunteer who has exposure to children in the league for more than 14 hours
in a month or 32 hours in a year (this typically applies to coaches and
- The volunteer must complete a background check,
which is administered by Little League Baseball Inc vendor JD Palantine. This
background check is initiated by the league.
- The volunteer must be fingerprinted by a certified
agency, who will submit the fingerprints to the California Department of
Justice. The fingerprint record is accessible by the league's Custodian of
- The volunteer must complete Mandatory Reporter
Training, administered by the state. This training may be completed at
this location. Upon completion, an electronic certificate will
be issued. A copy of this certificate must be sent to the league President and