Spring & Fall Baseball
Frequently Asked Questions
Spring ball games are played during April and May. Fall ball games are in October.
Games: Wee Ball & Tee Ball players should wear light grey pants, dark green belt, and dark green socks. They will be given a jersey and cap or visor. Coach Pitch and Player Pitch baseball and softball players should wear light grey pants and whatever color socks and belt their coach has assigned to match the jersey and cap or visor given to them. All players can wear cleats, but tennis shoes are acceptable because all games are on turf.
Practice: Players should always wear full baseball attire for practice unless the coach gives other instructions, but it does not have to be their game jersey and cap or visor.
Players should bring their glove, helmet, bat, and water to practice.
Players should bring their glove, helmet, and bat to practice.
Outside food or drink is not allowed into Pelican Park, however players may bring water and/or a sports drink on practice days as concessions may not be open. Water will be provided in the dugout at every game and the concession stand will be open. Any food or drink being brought in will be removed on game nights.
There is a $2 entry fee for adults; $1 for students and kids 5 and under enter free. Players and coaches enter for free as well. Coaches must check in. No one pays an entry fee for practices.
Pelican Park does sell alcohol on nights that adult softball plays and parents and fans are welcome to drink, however absolutely no alcohol may be brought into a dugout or onto a field. Coaches may NOT drink before or during games.
Tobacco is not allowed in the dugouts or on the fields at the park including chewing tobacco and E-cigs.
NO sunflower seeds are allowed anywhere at the park.
Most wee ball & tee ball players use a 24″ & 14 oz. bat. Coach pitch players typically use a 25″ & 15 oz. or 26″ & 16 0z. bat depending on their size. Coach pitch players may use 2 1/4″, 2 5/8″, or 2 3/4″ size barrel bat. USA and USSSA bats are allowed.
Wee Ball players practice right before their game and there is no additional practice day. An hour is the perfect amount of time for practice and a game for the attention spans of most 3 and 4 year olds. The change in pace from the practice to the game helps keeps them engaged and having fun! There is a meet and greet night before the first big night, so the players can meet their coach!
Wee Ball & Tee Ball teams are identified by the jersey color.
Spirit wear orders are available during registration and in stock items are sold at uniform pick up and during the first week of games. New for the 2020 season- Socks and belts will be sold in the Spirit Wear shop!
Game schedules are posted on this website. Please check in with your head coach for any changes to practices or games! Cancellations due to weather will also be posted on our Facebook Page.
Spring registration begins in January and Fall registration begins in August.
Our program is for boys and girls ages 3-14.
After many years of travel ball, Warchiefs baseball no longer has any travel ball teams. Our focus is on having a competitive and fun league at Pelican Park. If you are interested in travel ball, we would be happy to make a recommendation of great organizations you can try out for.
Skills competition is a series of baseball related competitions that players participate in against their own teammates only. This gives each player the opportunity to show case their special talents.
Yes, we do participate in All Stars for Tee Ball and up. Additional fees may apply for All Stars.