Welcome to the official website of Rocky Hill Little League. We are proud to offer quality Baseball and Softball programs for the residents of Rocky Hill, Connecticut.
We are a volunteer organization. There are lots of ways to volunteer, not all of them time consuming. We always need people who can lend a hand for an hour or two for field preparations, announcing games, painting, concessions, opening day, etc. If you are interested in getting involved please send an e-mail to
expressing your interest.
If you have something that you would like posted on our web site such as an announcement, picture, or article please e-mail the Information Officer at
. Your request will be reviewed and posted on our web site if appropriate.
Please feel free to share any comments or concerns with the Board of Directors via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can find contact information for specific board members here.
Please visit our web site throughout the season to stay current with our Little League Baseball, Softball and Challenger programs. Also follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram at @rhllct
2018 Registration - Now Open
Online registration for the 2018 Rocky Hill Little League Season is OPEN. Head to www.rhllct.comand click the large green Register Now button to the right.
Baseball and Softball fees are $135 in February and then a late fee of $15 is applied in March until tryouts.
T-Ball and T-Ball Rookie remain $80 and $50 respectively until Opening Day.
RHLL is looking to determine the level of interest for Juniors Softball. Asking all 13/14 yr old girls interested to register.
You can download the 2018 Registration Flyer from our website HERE in PDF format.
Please stop by our FAQs page if you have any questions about our program and its divisions.
Below are the various clinics we are also offering during the winter season. Don't miss out as many have limited spots available. Click our Register Now button for all the details (in order of start date).
We would like to inform you of a new baseball bat rule being imposed in 2018. Please note that this new rule is not a Rocky Hill Little League rule, but rather a rule coming directly from USA Baseball. As we are members of Little League Baseball, we must adhere to the new bat rules effective 1/1/18.
The new rule covers the 5 major national leagues; Little League, Cal Ripken, Pony League, Dixie League, Babe Ruth and AABC leagues. This new rule mandates that only bats carrying the USA Baseball logo may be used – rendering all existing bats illegal for use. The new rules cover all baseball age groups from T-Ball up through Majors.
The main drive behind the rule is safety. All bats are now similar to BBCOR style bats which lessens the exit velocity off the bat, making the game SAFER. All of the major bat manufacturers have the new bats ready for sale at a wide range of sizes and pricing. RHLL will have one team bat available for each team, at all levels for use in 2018.
Below, we have attached a couple links that provide more information for you. If you have any questions, please contact me directly.
Sean Boyle (
President, Rocky Hill Little League
From Little League (includes a list of all approved bats)
Love baseball? Looking for an exciting way to become involved in youth sports? Don't have the time to commit to coaching a team? Umpiring may just be the perfect way to volunteer for Rocky Hill Little League. Every Majors and Minors game requires two umpires so there are plenty of opportunities to call a game. The typical time commitment for an umpire is 30 minutes prior to the game time until approximately 10 minutes after game time. (average game time is two hours.) No experience necessary. Junior Umpires are also needed.
30 minutes Prior to Game time: Meet Partner/Dress/Discuss Signals, Coverages and Ground Rules.
10 minutes prior to game time: Arrive at game site, check equipment.
5 minutes prior to game time: Pre-game meeting and pledges. After the game it is recommended that you and your partner discuss pros and cons of the game.
The following guide is not an official rule book but can be used as instruction for Little League Umpires. At no time should this manual be used as a reference for rules in place of the Official Regulations and Playing Rules of either the Rocky Hill Little League or Little League Baseball. The official rule books will be made available at clinics offered by the League and the District.