Frequently Asked Questions

Of course you can always contact us with any questions you may have, but hopefully, these frequent questions and answers can assist.

When are practices and games?

Practices and Games can be any night Monday thru Friday or Saturday during the day. 

Practice schedules will be determined with the assistance of the team manager once teams are put together. 

Game schedules will be confirmed a few weeks into practices.

Where are practices and games?

Practices are held at our home fields located behind Cactus Wren Elementary School (9650 N 39th Ave).

Most games will be played at CW, as well, but on occasion we could inter-league with other Little League's in our area and have some games at their fields.

What is the difference between Fall (TAD) Season and Spring Season?

The Fall season is considered Training and Development.  Fall provides the opportunity for players to focus on learning the game, improving skills and learning Little League Rules all while having fun.  Fall is played in a less competitive environment and does not have end of season tournaments.  Fall teams are put together based on coach and friend request, there is no try out or draft process.  Spring, however, brings about the competition of baseball.  Spring Teams for Minors, Majors and Juniors are put together using a standard try out and draft process.  Scores and standings are tracked game by game and several end of season tournaments are played, including the Little League All-Stars!  

How many days a week are required?

CWLL does not require more than 3 events in a week.  This includes both games and practices.

How do I know if I'm in boundaries & why does it matter?

Little League regulates boundaries so each league has an equal opportunity at players and to properly insure the players in our area.  Your player must either reside or attend a school that is within our boundaries.  You can check our boundary map on our website for specifics.

What is included in my registration fee?

For Fall, the fee is reduced and include a uniform tshirt and hat.

For Spring, the fee includes, higher quality uniform shirt, MLB hat and trophy.

What Volunteer Opportunities are available?

Little League is 100% volunteer and we are always looking for volunteers that are willing to help in several areas of the league.  No experience is needed and most opportunities require little or no training.  We will support and encourage you in any area you would like to volunteer.  Check out this link for details on several Little League Volunteer Opportunities that you can do right here at CWLL:   Little League Volunteer Opportunities

Local Sponsors

Cactus Wren Little League

Cactus Wren Little League, PO Box 6746
Glendale, Arizona 85312

Phone: 602-999-0599

Email: [email protected]