Get the coolest hat in town! LPLL Winter Hats may be purchased for $15 each!
We invite you to register NOW for the 2023 Spring/Summer season! Take advantage of discounts and free gifts for early sign ups!
The season includes roughly 10 weeks of play, which include 2-4 practices and games and per week. All practices and games will be held weeknights and weekends for about 90-120 minutes. All practices will be held at Lake Park or Riverside Park. Games will be held at Lake Park and other ball fields throughout our area.
We are finalizing details with other nearby leagues so that we may land on a more final schedule, which will be provided by your coach in mid March. While we hope your player will attend most practices and games, we certainly understand schedules. We ask that families communicate directly with their coaches if players are not able to attend practices or games.
Children born between 9/1/2008 and 8/31/2017 are eligible to play based on Little League rules. Our Fall Ball divisions are Machine Pitch (birth dates between 9/1/2014 and 8/31/2017), AAA (9-10 kid pitch; birth dates 9/1/2012-8/31/2014) and Majors (11-12 kid pitch; birth dates 9/1/2008-8/31/2012).
The registration fee is $220/player for Machine Pitch and $230/player for AAA and Majors. This fee includes all practices and games, uniform shirt, pants, baseball hat, and socks. If this fee is prohibitive, we encourage you to contact us at email@example.com to learn about scholarship options.
If your player is registering for Machine Pitch, AAA, or Majors, we invite you to use the registration link box above.
If your player is registering for Juniors (13-14; birth dates 9/1/2008-8/31/2010), please visit Glendale Little League's website for more information, as we partner with them to form Juniors teams.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
PLEASE MARK YOUR CALENDARS NOW for some fun winter baseball practice, learning, and community activity with LPLL coaches and friends – including some Special Guests most months (!) – this winter!
LPLL will be holding baseball skills clinics on the Sundays listed below. Except as noted, these will be held at Heavy Hitters Athletic Facility from 1:45-3:45 pm:
Nov. 13, 2022 (Success!) Dec. 11, 2022 (Success!) Jan. 8, 2023 (Success!) Jan. 29, 2023 with UWM (Success!) Feb. 12, 2023 (Success!)
These clinics will feature skills-building drills and exercises led by not only the nation’s top little league coach (Coach Antonio) but also other top baseball experts from LPLL (Coach Brendan, Coach James R., Coach Nels, and other coaches/potential coaches who are reading this now and thinking about how much fun it would be to help out) and beyond (Special Guests!!)
We will need several coaches to help out with this, so please Contact Coach Brendan Kress if you are interested in joining the Sunday Sluggers Coaching Crew!
Again, more information about these clinics (and other things) is coming soon, but please be sure to SAVE THE DATES NOW
Welcome to Lake Park Little League MKE!
Family... Friends... Community... Fun... Baseball!
Baseball for all children aged 5-14 and their families.
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 our players and their families safe, healthy, and enjoying the season.
Helmets: We encourage parents to consider purchasing a personal helmet for their player to avoid sharing. Team Helmets will be available.
Bats: Personal bats that display the USA Baseball logo are always welcome. We ask that if players are sharing bats that they are cleaned with sanitation wipes after each use.
Fielding Gloves: Each player is required to have their own glove and should not share with other players.
Batting Gloves: Any player who wishes to use batting gloves may do so, but must not share with other players.
Mask Protection: We will follow the State of Wisconsin Guidelines and Little League International guidelines regarding requiring masks. Of course, players and their families are welcome to wear them if they prefer.
As of January 1, 2018, the new USA Baseball Standard was implemented across all Little League baseball divisions. This means that any bat that was Little League-approved prior to January 1, 2018 is no longer be acceptable for use in any Little League game or activity.
All bats must now bear the USA Baseball Logo (shown below) and have a maximum bat diameter of 2-5/8".
For more information, click here to visit Little League International.