Scottsdale Youth Baseball Little League Phoenix. Best Baseball League in Arizona

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Our boundaries have changed!  This means that players can now play in our league and still participate in the summer tournaments from a larger geographic area.  This change primarily was made as we had many kids that lived just outside of our border (i.e. West of Tatum Blvd).  Most of our league will continue to come from Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Fountain Hills, Cave Creek, Carefree and parts of N/E Phoenix.  See the new boundaries below:

Western boundary:    67th Ave
Northern boundary:    Anthem
Eastern boundary:     87 Fwy
Southern boundary:   Indian Bend Road in Scottsdale (but includes all of Paradise Valley) 





SCR Field Rain Out Number

Scottsdale Field Rainout Number 480-312-RAIN Option 1 for Grayhawk/Copper Ridge Fields, Option 2 for Aztec/Desert Canyon Fields., Also a note that if there is a closure at Grayhawk it will apply to Aztec.

What are the ages for Scottsdale Cal Ripken?

Our program accepts kids (both boys and girls) from ages 4-12.

What is the age cutoff for the league?

We use April 30th of the current year to determine the player's "baseball age". The player uses this age for both the Spring and Fall Season.

What are the dates for the Spring and Fall Seasons?

Our Spring Season runs from late February to mid-May. Our Fall season runs from the weekend after Labor Day to the weekend prior to Thanksgiving.

Where do you play the games?


The fields we utilize for practice and games include but are not limited to: Thompson Peak Park, Grayhawk Community Park, Sonoran Hills,  Aztec Park, Cheyenne Elementary, Reach 11, Desert Canyon Middle School and Curt Schilling Field at Indian Bend Elementary. 

How many games and practices per week?

T-Ball, Coach Pitch, Machine Pitch and 8u generally have one practice and one game per week. Tball and Coach Pitch will practie in the outfield at one of the fields.  Minors (spring only)and Majors generally play two games per week and may also practice once a week. The times and days for games will vary.

Can we request our child to be on a team with friends?


We will do our best to honor those request for both T-Ball and Rookie Teams. There is a field on the registration form to indicate a friend that you would like to be teamed with.

A coach can organize a team and bring them in as a group as well.



Registration fees vary depending on the division ($185-$295 per player).  The fee includes a jersey, a hat, end of season award as well as pictures.  



We do our registrations on-line via this website. Go back to the welcome page and click on the link to the Registration form via credit card through this secured site.



Coach Certification


Certification tuition is paid for by the league and is required for coaches who wish to coach a post season team. The Cal Ripken Baseball Web site makes it easy for you to gain your certification quickly and effectively through the convenience of online learning. The Babe Ruth League/Ripken Baseball Coaching Certification Program is developed and delivered by the American Sport Education Program in conjunction with Babe Ruth League, Inc. and Ripken Baseball, Inc. For more than 25 years, local, state, and national sport organizations have partnered with ASEP to lead the way in making sport a safe, successful, and enjoyable experience for all involved. Step up to the plate, and order your baseball online course today at:

Scholarships are offered through the Babe Ruth / Cal Ripken league.  Please click here to read more: