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Redford/Livonia Little League (RL3) is a youth sports organization servicing Redford Township and the City of Livonia.  Our general boundaries are between 8 mile and Joy Rd from Telegraph to Haggerty/Eckles Rd. If your child lives within these boundaries or attends a Redford or Livonia school, they may be eligible to play in our league. Our primary season begins April 1st. 

We offer different levels of play based on the child's age and experience:

T-Ball (4-7 years):
- Introductory level of play focused on teaching fundamentals in a fun, active environment.  

Rookie (5-8 years)
-Formerly known as Machine Pitch this division builds on the basics of t-ball and adds the component of hitting a moving ball in addition to more advanced baseball skills. 

Minors (8-10 years)
-Kid pitch levels of play that builds on fundamental knowledge learned in Tee ball and Rookie.  These divisions incorporate more advanced skills and promote a more competitive level of play.  

Little League Division (Majors 10-12 years)
-Have you ever watched the Little League World Series?  This is the same divisions as seen on T.V.  Little League division promote competition while continuing to enhance advance skills and knowledge of baseball.

Our Junior and Senior divisions (13-16 years) are our oldest group of competition.  Their season usually begins at the beginning of June.  Whether you played High School baseball or not, these divisions allow a place for you to play baseball all summer long.

All players (even Tee Ball) will be evaluated prior to the season start to determine the appropriate division of play. 

Players clinics will be offered through a partnership with The Redford Community Center Leisure Services.
We are offering 3 Spring Clinics:
· May 5th, 5-6pm    HITTING
· May 19th, 5-6pm   FIELDING
· June 2nd, 5-6pm   HITTING  
You can sign up for a single date or all three. Cost is $10/ child per day. Space is limited and registration needs to be completed at the Redford Community Center. Ages 5-12  


“I liked the idea that I was playing for fun, because that’s what baseball should be at that age – fun. For me,Little League® was about having a good time, and I did.”– DEREK JETER (Former New York Yankees Shortstop)

“Playing Little League molded me. I had so many good coaches in Little League. They taught me about sportsmanship, and Little League is where I really learned to compete.”– CHRIS DRURY (1989 Litttle League Baseball® World Series Champion; U.S. Olympian;Former Captain of the NHL’s New York Rangers)
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