Recommended Temporary Suspension of Little League Activities

COVID-19 Little League Updates

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About District 4

District 4 Little League encompasses 17 leagues, 9 leagues in the city and 8 in the neighboring towns of Holden, Clinton, Boylston, West Boylston, Paxton, Rutland, Berlin, and Sterling. We have over 4,200 children ages 4-16 playing baseball and softball. This includes our 2 district programs the Challenger division for our physically and emotionally challenged children and our Senior Softball Program. This coming season we are looking to expand to the 50-70 baseball division. This division will allow our 13 yr. olds an opportunity to play in a competitive division while learning to adjust to a larger diamond. We are very excited about being able to expand our program for these players.


2021 Early Update

Ty Cobb Little League will no longer run a softball program. All girls in Ty Cobb Little League who would like to play softball this year should register with Jack Barry Little League. Currently, we are planning on having a baseball and softball season this year throughout the district!!! I am hoping with the vaccine available we will be able to move about a little more freely. If anything changes you can check with your local leagues.


Moving Forward Plan

Dear Dt. 4 Little League Parents, Here is the plan moving forward regarding Little League Play in Worcester and the surrounding towns of Berlin, Boylston, Clinton, Sterling, Holden, Paxton, Rutland, and West Boylston. First, Gov. Baker will tell us in which phase we fall in to begin play. Next, we need to follow what Mayor Petty and City Manager Augustus tells us where the city lies and each of the towns’ Board of Health tells them where they lie. Finally, the Board of Directors of each league will meet to discuss how their league stands in its ability to run … Continue reading Moving Forward Plan