Paducah Chiefs Little League

NOTE: DUE TO THE COVID-19 SITUATION, THE PADUCAH CHIEFS LITTLE LEAGUE SEASON HAS BEEN CANCELLED..  WE ARE SORRY FOR THE INCONVENIENCE.

 

In accordance with the National Little Leauge Organization's recommendations, the Paducah Chiefs LIttle League season will not start until at least May 11 due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Join the inaugural season for of Paducah Chiefs Little League! The goals of this league are for youth to learn the basic skills of the sport, show improvement throughout the season, and have fun! The league is held at the Noble Park Ball Fields. This league is sanctioned with Little League International and District 1 within Kentucky. We are offering Tee Ball, Minor League Baseball, Minor League Softball, Major League Baseball, and Major League Softball. Players who sign up will be assigned teams and are provided a uniform for games. Coaches are volunteers so we ask all parents to consider helping to coach.

The registration deadline for this league is Friday, April 10. You may register your kids by phone at 270-444-8508 or online. We will also have a Special Registration Day at the Parks & Recreation Office on Saturday, March 7 from 9am-12pm.

 

   

 

Tee Ball

Tee Ball is for boys and girls ages 4-6 and costs $35 per child. A 10% off multi-child discount is available. The aging date for players is August 31, 2020. There will be one game and one practice each week. Coaches are volunteer parents. Players should have their own glove and tennis shoes. The league will provide helmets, bats, balls, and any other equipment needed for games and practices.

 

Minor League Baseball

For boys and girls ages 7-9 with the aging date on August 31, 2020 and costs $35 per child. A 10% off multi-child discount is available. Practice will be on weeknights with a games on weeknights and/or Saturdays. A soft-compression baseball is used and the league is coach pitch. Coaches are volunteer parents. Players should have their own glove and tennis shoes or cleats. The league will provide helmets, bats, balls, and any other equipment needed for games and practices.

 

Minor League Softball

For girls ages 7-9 with the aging date on December 31, 2019 and costs $35 per child. A 10% off multi-child discount is available. Practice will be on weeknights with games on weeknights and/or Saturdays. A soft-compression baseball is used and the league is coach pitch. Coaches are volunteer parents. Players should have their own glove and tennis shoes or cleats. The league will provide helmets, bats, balls, and any other equipment needed for games and practices. Registration numbers may dictate changes in this division being offered, with the possibility of combining with Minor League Baseball and using a soft compression baseball.

 

Major League Baseball

For boys and girls ages 10-12 with the aging date on August 31, 2020 and costs $35 per child. A 10% off multi-child discount is available. Practice and games will be on weeknights. This league is player pitch. Coaches are volunteer parents. Players should have their own glove and tennis shoes or cleats. The league will provide helmets, bats, balls, and any other equipment needed for games and practices.

 

Major League Softball

For girls ages 10-12 with the aging date on December 31, 2019 and costs $35 per child. A 10% off multi-child discount is available. Practice and games will be on weeknights. This league is player pitch. Coaches are volunteer parents. Players should have their own glove and tennis shoes or cleats. The league will provide helmets, bats, balls, and any other equipment needed for games and practices. Registration numbers may dictate changes in this division being offered.

 

Preseason Clinic

A clinic willl be held at Noble Park on the evening of Thursday, March 26 for all registered participants.

 

Additional Information

All players must turn in a birth certificate either at registration or before the preseason clinic on Thursday, March 26.

There is NO SMOKING OR VAPING allowed at the fields or park during games and practices per City of Paducah Ordinance.