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Modifying Helmets
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Backyard Hitting Tip: Batting Tee
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Modifying Helmets

Modifying Helmets with Additional Attachments: What You Need to Know

The safety of all our participants is our utmost concern, and, like the vast majority of youth organizations, Little League® requires our batters to wear helmets that meet National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment (NOCSAE) specifications and bear the NOCSAE stamp.

As the popularity of helmet attachments (c-flap, etc.) increase throughout baseball and softball, Little League® International has begun to receive inquiries from our families, players, and volunteers as to whether or not they’re permitted in Little League play.

Altering a helmet in anyway (drilling holes, removing padding, etc.) may cause a manufacturer to void the NOCSAE certification of that helmet, making it illegal to use in Little League play. If you have altered your helmet or intend to, please contact the helmet manufacturer to determine if altering the helmet will void the NOCSAE certification.

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by posted 10/16/2018
Backyard Hitting Tip: Batting Tee

Backyard Tip: Using a Tee to Improve the Swing Path


No matter the age or size of your Little Leaguer®, being a good hitter is all about making solid contact with the ball. If a player can see the ball, they can hit the ball and using a batting tee is a great way to develop hand-eye coordination and a consistent contact swing path. So, have your Little Leaguer dust off the bat and helmet, and wake up those muscles from their winter slumber by taking some hacks off of the tee.

Miguel Cabrera
Since leading Major League Baseball (MLB) in homers, on-base percentage and average in 2012, and becoming the first MLB player since 1967 to win the Triple Crown, Detroit Tigers’ slugger, Miguel Cabrera is known for his bat control as much as his home run power. Being such an accomplished pro, you and your Little Leaguer may be surprised to learn about one of his secrets for success. The reigning American League Most Valuable Player uses a batting tee every day!

In the 2014 edition of the Little League® Magazine, set to be delivered next month, the two-time MVP said, “Taking a bunch of swings every day off a batting tee is the best way to practice your swing. If you’re able to do that consistently, you’re going to get better and better.”


by posted 10/10/2018
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Field Status
Robinwood Fields - Huntington Beach TBD (10/22) 
Westminster Cages - Westminster TBD (10/22) 
Westminster Fields - Westminster TBD (10/22) 
Field Closure Dates
No Little League events or practices are allowed on the below closure dates:
Updated 03/20/2018 - 2:44PM
Westminster Location
Fields and Cages are CLOSED
on the following dates:


Bethany Church
Rear Parking Lot
(Westminster Location)
CLOSED due to church events
on the following dates:

Saturday April 14


Robinwood Location

Fields are CLOSED on
the following dates:


Buckingham Park
Fields are CLOSED on
the following dates:
  • All Wednesdays March-June
  • July - January
Location and Field Maps
Mailing Address:
Huntington West Little League
PO Box 1384
Huntington Beach, Ca 92647

Westminster Fields - Physical Address (no mail):
13521 Edwards St, 
Westminster, Ca

Robinwood Fields - Physical
Address (no mail):
15796 Graham St,
Huntington Beach, Ca

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