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    Tuesday, April 14 Update

    The planned practices for all divisions, as well as any other team practices booked are being cancelled by the league due to cold weather and less than ideal diamond conditions.

    A reminder that on days of poor weather/air quality issues, please check our website at 4:00 PM for cancellation decisions.


    Registration is currently available for coaches and players who wish to take part in the Tournament Season baseball for Minors, Majors, Intermediate, and Teenage categories. The Tournament Season (Summer Ball) takes place from mid-June until the August long weekend every season. It involves travel ball, with tournaments held most weekends, travel within Alberta, and possibly Saskatchewan, as well as a more demanding schedule and competitive atmosphere. Summer Ball offers various levels such as A, AA, and AAA.

    Fees for these levels can range from $450-700 plus the cost of travel and accomodations.

    Player Equipment

    Parents and players: presented below are the equipment recommendations for families as we get ready for the upcoming season.

    Firstly, all Lethbridge Little League families are eligible for a 10% discount on their purchases at Doug's Sports. They are well-versed in Little League regulations regarding equipment and carry equipment that complies with these guidelines.

    All Levels

    Players must have their own batting helmet and groin protection each season. Additionally, players must provide their own baseball glove.

    Athletic pants/shorts and shoes are required for T-ball and Coach Pitch players during athletic activities. However, at the Rookie division and higher, coaches have the authority to request baseball pants for all players based on their discretion.

    Optional Equipment

    Players at any level can wear cleats. Metal cleats are only allowed for players at the intermediate level or higher. Pitchers are not permitted to wear metal cleats on portable pitching mounds at any time. Some players may opt to have their own bats, which must be USA baseball certified. Further details on bat regulations can be found at:

    Other optional equipment includes batting gloves and other protective gear used for hitting.

    Teams are supplied with catcher's gloves, catcher's equipment, and team bats.

    Practice Schedule for the Week of April 15th for Minor, Major, and Teenage

    Practice Schedule for the Week of April 15th for Minor, Major, and Teenage

    Sports Engine App

    Download the SE app now to stay in touch with your team

    Waitlist Now Available for All Levels

    Our registration has now paused for ALL divisions as we prepare for the season.

    f you would like to be added to the waitlist, please email

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