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Baseball teams, leagues have started activities

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A number of local baseball leagues have already started practices and workouts in preparation for the upcoming spring season. Below is information on some of those leagues and teams.

ALTERNATIVE BASEBALL: The Alternative Baseball Organization for players with autism and other disabilities is looking for a volunteer coach/manager, volunteers and players to help start a new program in Arlington and Fairfax counties this coming spring and summer.

The organization is for players in their teens to adults.

Games are played on regulation baseball fields and follow Major League rules, with wooden bats. The organization provides equipment and resources.


For information, contact alternativebaseball@gmail.com or call Taylor Duncan at (770) 313-1762.

BABE RUTH REGISTRATION: Registration is ongoing for Greater Vienna Babe Ruth baseball with instructions found at www. GVBR.org.

VIENNA LITTLE LEAGUE REGISTRATION: Vienna Little League, serving more than 1,100 players, has opened registration for its spring baseball season at www.vll.org.

To address COVID-19 risks, the league is developing comprehensive health and safety protocols for the spring season and its return-to-play-plan. For questions, contact viennallsafety@gmail.com.

The league offers multiple levels of play for players age 4 through age 12 and a Challenger Division. Descriptions of each level and age requirements can be found on the Website. 

McLEAN LITTLE LEAGUE REGISTRATION: McLean Little League has opened registration for its spring baseball and girls softball seasons at www.mcleanll.com. 

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