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Welcome to Georgia Little League

Welcome to Little League Baseball & Softball in the great state of Georgia! Georgia has 10 Little League districts with 57 local leagues. We will do our best to keep you up-to-date with rules/regulation changes, clinic/training information, tournament news and special events.

You may contact any of the District Administrators in the state and locate a Little League program near you.

District 1

Brenton Baggett

District 2

Jeff Colwell

District 3

Horace Beaty

District 4

Linda North

District 5

Roman Jones

District 6

Vince Fernandez

District 7

Jeremy Haley

District 8

Richard Bryant

District 9

Roman Jones

District 10

Robin Scott

New Background Check Provider Announced

Little League International announced February 9, services by their new background check provider, JDP, are available immediately.

Leagues are encouraged to set up their new accounts by going to: League.

Leagues will be able to use their First Advantage accounts until March 1, 2018. Background checks run through First Advantage after March 1 will cost $1.20. Leagues do NOT have to rerun checks already done for this season.

New: The JDP QuickApp solution allows leagues to simply upload basic information (name and email address) for volunteers to complete their own the background check. All personal information is secured inside the JDP environment with no other sensitive, personal information released or visible to any third party.

February 15, 2018 Update to Bats

Recently, USA Baseball has provided Little League and other youth organizations with some additional guidance on how organizing bodies, like Little League International, can make it easier for local leagues, volunteers, and players to use bats within our programs. We encourage you to review their FAQs at, as well as the information on

Effective immediately (Thursday, February 15, 2018), Little League has amended Rule 1.10 for Little League Baseball for the Coach Pitch/Machine Pitch Divisions and the Intermediate (50/70) Baseball Division and Junior League, to reflect this guidance from USA Baseball. Read the fully updated Rule 1.10 on

Coach Pitch/Machine Pitch

Players may use approved Tee Ball bats, including those that were produced and/or purchased prior to the implementation of the new standard that have been certified using an Approved Tee Ball Sticker via the USA Baseball Tee Ball Sticker Program ( ONLY FOR USE WITH APPROVED TEE BALLS.

Little League International encourages leagues using approved Tee Ball bats at the Coach Pitch/Machine Pitch level to only use approved tee balls in these instructional divisions to help avoid confusion as to what type of baseball should be used at any given time.

Intermediate (50/70) Baseball Division and Junior League

In addition to using bats approved for Little League play based on the USABat Standard, players in these two divisions can also choose to use bats that have been approved and appropriately certified using the BBCOR standard. All bats not made of a single piece of wood shall meet the Batted Ball Coefficient of Restitution (BBCOR) performance standard, and such bats shall be so labeled with a silkscreen or other permanent certification mark. The certification mark shall be rectangular, a minimum of a half-inch on each side and located on the barrel of the bat in any contrasting color. Aluminum/alloy and composite bats shall be marked as to their material makeup being aluminum/alloy or composite. This marking shall be silkscreen or other permanent certification mark, a minimum of one-half-inch on each side, and located on the barrel of the bat in any contrasting color.

Please note that these changes are only applicable to these levels of play within the Little League Baseball program. If you have any additional questions, please contact us at

USA Baseball Open Development 12U Camp

USA Baseball will host a 12U Open Development Camp in Peachtree City, GA, February 25, 2018. The 12U Open Development Camp Program is for athletes born after January 1, 2006. These camps will place an emphasis on identifying players for the 12U National Team program while also promoting player development and delivering Team USA training techniques to aspiring national team players from coast to coast. Click here for brochure.

Some key features:

- Player development curriculum written by National Team Coaches, USA Baseball alumni and USA Baseball staff

- Individual player development opportunity, not a team-based event

- Opportunity to be selected to play for Team USA at the 12U National Open

- Participant gift bag and USA Baseball cap for each player participating in the camp

For more information on the broader program, contact us at

Renew Charter and Insurance to Ensure your League has Coverage

Please be aware that your league, or district's, 2017 insurance policies through the AIG group insurance program for Little League ended as of 12:00 a.m. on January 1, 2018, if your league or district enrolled in the Little League AIG option for 2017.

For leagues or districts not enrolled in the AIG Insurance program, proof of local General Liability and Accident insurance is required before the 2018 charter application can be processed and approved. To avoid a lapse in coverage between policy years, be certain that all insurance premiums are fully paid prior to January 1, 2018.

2018 Rules and Regulations Changes

Review all the 2018 Changes to the Little League Regulations, Rules and Tournament Rules

Ten additional rules were approved for implementation in 2018 during the International Congress held in New Orleans January 19-22.

For the 2018 Rules and Regulations enacted, click here....

For the 2018 Tournament Rules and Guidelines enacted, click here...

New for 2018: ASAP Plans Can Be Submitted through the Little League® Data Center

It's time to put the finishing touches on those ASAP Plans for 2018. Submitting plans before April brings cash rewards for both leagues and districts.

Leagues are encouraged to upload their League Safety Plan in a Word format so it can be edited in future years.

If leagues have completed their Facility Survey through the online submission portal in the past, your information should populate this year for you in the new system. Otherwise, complete the Survey this year for access to it in future years.

If you are submitting your ASAP information online, the Qualified Registration form is part of the process and not a separate document this year.

Last, your player and volunteer Data must be uploaded before your plan can be approved. Don't wait until March 31 to complete everything!

Important 2018 Tax Reminder

Please accept this notice as a reminder of your league's responsibility to submit a federal tax return to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Any non-profit organization that does not file the proper 990 Form with the IRS for three consecutive years automatically loses its federal tax exemption resulting in the organization's income becoming taxable and contributors being unable to report their contributions as tax deductions. This year's filing deadline is February 15, 2018.

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Dick's - LL's Official Local League Technology Partner

As you begin to plan for the 2018 playing season, we wanted to remind you of the technology partnership between DICK'S SPORTING GOODS and Little League®. Offering a unique and complimentary suite of software, DICK'S Team Sports HQ technology platform is helping local Little Leagues run more efficiently, while providing better communications to families in local communities.

While leagues are not mandated to utilize DICK'S Team Sports HQ for its league technology solutions, Little League highly encourages you to take advantage of this great partnership. The services available through DICK'S Team Sports HQ include:
• Free online registration
• Free dedicated league website
• Player Document Upload
• Communication tools
• Game schedule creation software
• Team and volunteer management
• Accounting spreadsheets, order tracking, and treasurer reporting
• Customer service and support

Learn more ...

I Focused on Performance, Not Fun

It's winter time now and snow is on the ground, but as I drive by our local Little League® field, I can envision the kids cheering from the dugouts and putting on their batting helmets to step up to the plate.

This will be my son's last year of Little League. He loved baseball from the start, and it felt like forever until he was old enough for Tee Ball. It was clear from that first year that he was naturally better than many kids his age. Read more...

Georgia Districts
Posted Feb 4, 2017
Georgia Little League
Things to Do in February
Posted Jan 15, 2017

Charter and Insure through Little League Data Center

Register Players

New USA Bat Standards are now in effect

Review 2018 Rule and Regulation Changes

Additional Rule Changes

More Rule Changes

Finalize your 2018 ASAP Plan

How to Use Little League Trademarks

Consider Hosting a Pitch, Hit and Run Event

Prepare your IRS Tax Return for Feb 15 deadline

Register for upcoming training events

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