Welcome to Lake Park Little League MKE!
Little League baseball for boys and girls ages 5-14.
Fun, instructional, baseball league for players and families!
2021 Summer Season - PLAYBALL!
Registration will open on or before March 10th and will close on April 11th.
Machine Pitch (5-8): Games Begin Week of June 1st
AAA (9-10): Games Begin May 10th on Mondays & Wednesdays
Majors (11-12): Games Begin May 11th on Tuesdays & Thursdays
UPDATE ON COVID-19 and LPLL
LPLL Commitment to Player Safety:
The safety and well-being of all our participants is always our paramount concern. As the season starts Coaches and Staff will be following CDC guidelines and those of Little League International to keep LPLL families safe and healthy.
Helmets: While not required we encourage parents to consider purchasing a personal helmet for their player. Team Helmets will still be available and will routinely be sanitized.
Bats: Personal bats that display the USA Baseball logo are always welcome, but we ask that if players are sharing with others that they wiped down with sanitation wipes after each use.
Fielding Gloves: Each player is required to have their own glove and should not share this glove with anyone.
Batting Gloves: Any player that wishes to use batting gloves may do so, but must not share them with any other player.
Catchers Equipment: Each team will have two sets of Catchers Equipment that are sanitized before each game. If more than two catchers are required during a game, the equipment will be wiped down prior to use.
Mask Protection: We will follow the State of Wisconsin Guidelines and Little League International Guidelines.
2018 Baseball Bat Standard: What You Need to Know
Starting January 1, 2018, the new USA Baseball Standard will be implemented across all Little League baseball divisions. This means that any bat that was Little League-approved prior to January 1,2018 will no longer be acceptable for use in any Little League game or activity.
All bats must now bear the USA Base Baseball Logo (shown below) and have a maximum bat diameter of 2-5/8"
Photos by Laura Shipley, Volunteer Mom