As is the case with absolutely everything our entire league does, preparing playing fields for safe and competitive gameplay depends on the cooperation of volunteers. So, thank you for your effort! Coaches SHOULD NOT┬áprepare fields for play, but do need to assure their team’s parents are taking care of it. Unfortunately, we have learned from…

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West Seattle Baseball is excited to announce the return of the Yump (young umpires) program for the 2022 spring season! The league decided to not use the Yumps last season due to various pandemic-related concerns. Combined with the cancellation of the 2020 season, it will be nearly three years since the Yumps were in charge…

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Compared to several other youth sports, baseball can require a lot of equipment. “What does my child need to play?” is a commonly asked question, not from parents just getting their players started, but also from those who see their child embracing the sport and wanting to supplement the basics as they progress through West…

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For a vast majority of youth baseball players, tee-ball is a first exposure to the sport of baseball. The use of a tee removes one of the games most-difficult elements (pitching) and simplifies another by having batters hit a stationary ball off a tee, rather than attempt to hit a moving ball which is broadly…

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Ask any player, and they’ll tell you the best part about baseball is the Snack Shack. ┬áNot only is the Snack Shack a kid’s paradise, the money it brings to the league helps our kids play the great game of baseball at an affordable price. Like everything else about West Seattle Baseball, the Snack Shack…

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Player evaluations for the 2022 spring season will be held the first weekend of March at Delridge Playfield. All Mustang and Bronco players must attend and participate in one of the one-hour sessions in order to be assigned to a team. Bronco (12U): Saturday, March 5, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mustang (10U): Sunday,…

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