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As a league, Whitney Little League (WLL) strives to ensure the regular season offers as much opportunity to play and experience baseball as possible.
The All-Star Season is a completely separate season from the regular season. It is an opportunity for a significantly higher level of play within the regional Little League system. Players will have a considerably higher level of commitment, and will receive an elevated level of instruction in order to compete against other Little League All-Star teams.
In order to be considered for the 2019 All-Star Selection process, players must review, read and agree to the player commitment for All-Stars, be eligible for All-Stars, and complete the separate All-Star Registration. Please see below for more information.
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It is the intent of The WLL Board to field a team that will best represent our league in competition and character. WLL believes that it is important to include the players themselves in the selection process and that the process be transparent and fair to all kids. The players, managers and coaches vote for whom they feel should represent WLL based on performance during the regular season. This includes players who best represent WLL as athletes, teammates and Little Leaguers.
A player must:
If an interested player meets these criteria, and they AND their parent agree to the All-Star Commitment, the player then must register to be placed on the All-Star ballot.
All-Star Selection Process
The following is a summary of the process that will be used for All-Star Selection (the full process can be found here):
Little League® International Tournament - What Parents Need to Know About All-Stars
The Little League® International Tournament is a unique time of the season, a fresh beginning in some respect, with new teams forming and the opportunity to create even more memories. While Tournament rules often mirror those in the regular season, there are some key differences parents need to be aware of.