Since 1952, Naperville Little League Baseball has been committed to the goal of providing an outlet of healthful baseball activity and training under good leadership in an atmosphere of wholesome community participation.
How old do children need to be to play NLLB?
The programs offered by NLLB are dedicated to helping 7 to 12 year olds become good and decent citizens. These programs strive to inspire children with an awareness and fondness of community.
Naperville Little League Baseball provides every child the chance to be a team member and develop both skills on and off the field of play. The boundaries encompass all the schools in districts 203 and 204, including children in Naperville and parts of Bolingbrook, Lisle and Aurora.
When can I register for NLLB?
Registration for the 2020 spring season can be found here. All registered and paid NLLB Rookies A, Rookies AA, Supreme A and Majors A players receive four (4) free training sessions at West Suburban Sports Complex, courtesy of NLLB and the Chicago White Sox. Players are also provided with jerseys and hats courtesy of the White Sox. This partnership saves the organization a lot of money that can be used to better serve the member families.
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