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Sprague Little League is a non-profit organization that relies on the support from each family to help us thrive and run smoothly. We are entirely volunteer driven and operated by a volunteer board; parents and community members just like you, who want our children to find a passion for a healthy, character building and FUN sport!

In 2024 we are mandating Volunteer hours as it has been the standard practice of SLL prior to the COVID shutdown. We have deemed this necessary in order to better serve our community by providing children with the opportunity to play the sport we all love. Each family participating in SLL Baseball will be required to volunteer two (2) hours per child with a maximum of four (4) hours per family.

NOTE: See HERE for information regarding MANDATORY ABUSE AWARENESS TRAINING for all volunteers. It is recommended to take the FREE online training course to earn your Certification of Completion BEFORE registering as a volunteer. This way you will have your PDF file (Certificate) downloaded and available to upload as part of the Volunteer Application process.

Kids can’t play without Coaches. Fields can’t be used without Field Maintenance. Dugouts can’t stay organized without a Team Parent. We have numerous volunteer opportunities and are always looking for devoted individuals to help coordinate events and activities. Whatever talents or skills you have, we can use them!

If you passed up the volunteer portion “Team Staff” during registration, you can return to your account page at any time and click "Volunteer Opportunities" to sign up. Please consider helping to provide these children with the best Little League experience possible. Every accomplishment begins with a decision to STEP UP TO THE PLATE!

Volunteers Should Know...


Little League® International has long been committed to the safety of its players, families, and volunteers, both on and off the field. To that end, all Leagues and Districts in the United States are required to conduct an annual background check, including a nationwide criminal search, a search of the National Sex Offender Registry, review of the U.S. Center for SafeSport Centralized Disciplinary Database and Little League International Ineligible List for each volunteer with regular service to the league and/or has repetitive access to or contact with players and teams.

Little League® International preferred provider, J.D. Palatine (JDP), has access to more than 600 million records, including criminal and sex offender registry records covering 50 states and the District of Columbia, as well as the review of the U.S. Center for SafeSport Centralized Disciplinary Database and Little League International Ineligible List, meeting the current Little League Regulation 1(c) 8 & 9 requirement. 

This is an online only procedure with a secure site that eliminates the need for completing, turning in and storing paper forms and private information. Volunteer candidates simply provide their full name and email address along with uploading a government issued photo ID into their Sports Connect account. This will allow a board representative to upload this information into the JDP system. The candidate will then receive an email link with instructions to complete the background check. Once complete, the board officer receives approval (or denial) notification, and the volunteer is ready to go. The reports available to the board officer only show volunteer name, date ordered, and date completed. All social security or other private information is unavailable to the local board.

If you would like additional information regarding this requirement, please click HERE to visit Little League® International.

Mandatory Abuse Awareness Training Annual Abuse Awareness Training, in compliance with Little League Regulation I(c)(10), is required to be conducted by every individual before assuming any of his/her duties for the current season. The Abuse Awareness training provided by USA Baseball is hosted by former Chicago Cubs catcher, David Ross. The free Abuse Awareness for Adults course provides resources to create a positive and safe environment for all athletes, coaches, parents, legal guardians, and umpires by understanding how to recognize misconduct and abuse of all types. Topics covered include how to identify and report incidents and what abuse awareness policies should be in place. The interactive Abuse Awareness training should take approximately 30 minutes.

The training can be accessed by:
  • Login or Register
  • Click EDUCATION at the top of the page
  • Click COURSES
  • Scroll down and find ABUSE AWARENESS FOR ADULTS and click BASE Certification to begin the course
  • Once you complete the course and pass the quiz you will be able to download your Certificate of Completion in a PDF file. This file will be required to be uploaded during your Volunteer Application, Question #11.

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4742 Liberty Rd. S. STE 166 
Salem, Oregon 97302

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