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All Stars

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All-Stars Information

Welcome to All-Stars! 

Here you will find information on the post-season tournament, known as All Stars.

The Little League Baseball and Softball World Series are international tournaments held by Little League. Since 1947, the baseball tournament has been held annually in August in South Williamsport, Pennsylvania and broadcast nationally on ESPN.

To qualify for the Little League World Series, teams from local Little Leagues across the world begin competition at the District level. Winning teams advance to the state and regional levels, before qualifying for the World Series.

Subject to manager, coach, and player availability, LGLL may apply for the following All Star teams:

*Age 8, 9 and 10 Year Old Baseball and Softball
*Age 9, 10 and 11 Year Old Baseball and Softball
*Age 10, 11 and 12 Year Old Baseball and Softball
*Age 11, 12 and 13 Year Old Baseball Intermediate (50/70)
*Age 12, 13 and 14 Year Old Baseball and Softball Junior 

The tournaments start at the District level, and teams must win their way to advance through the International Tournament. The 8- to 10-Year-Old and 9- to 11-Year-Old Tournaments culminate at the State Level, while the Little League, Little League Intermediate (50/70) Baseball, Junior League, and Senior League divisions all conclude at a World Series Tournament.

In all divisions, any eligible player who has participated in 60 percent of the regular season games by the start of Tournament Play in their respective district is eligible to play. All players who meet all residency/school, age, and participation eligibility requirements  can be nominated for All-Stars. 

What to know more? Click here for a helpful article from Little League themselves! 

2023 All-Star Information



Wednesday May 31st, 2023 @ 6:00 -Mormon Church


June 1st, 2023 @ 6:00 - Fisher Field - Majors & Minors

June 2nd, 2023 @ 6:00 -Lions Field -Juniors


Hermiston - 2023 All-Stars Districts
June 23, 2023 to June 30, 2023 
All -Levels of Play


                                Baseball                                           Softball

10U                    LGLL – 7/22-7/27                          Turner/Salem 7/7-7/11

11U                    East Portland – Pending            Turner/Salem 7/7-7/11

12U                    Wilsonville – 7/15-7/21              West Portland - Pending

Jrs                       Redmond/Bend – Pending       Ashland – 7/14-716

Srs                      Redmond/Bend – Pending       Ashland – 7/14-716

*Dates & Locations subject to change without any notice

Dates & Locations to be updated soon!


What does it mean to “play up” for All-Stars?
If you elect during the tryout registration process for your child to be considered to “play up” that means that if you would like your child to be considered to play up for an All-Star team above your league age. For example, if you elect for your league age 12 year old to “play up” that means we will include your child’s name on the tryout list for coaches to vote for the Juniors team. During registration this would be selecting minors & majors if available or majors & Jrs if available. 

If my child is selected for the All-Stars team, what can we expect (practices and games)?
All-Star teams practice at least 5 nights a week with practice length times varying. There may also be some pre-tournament scrimmages in and outside of La Grande and possibly Oregon. 
How much play time will my child get on the All-Stars team? 
Tournament Play rules and expectations are different from regular season play. Not all players will receive equal playing time, many times a player will get only one at-bat and no field playing time in a game.

How many players are selected for each team?
This will vary depending on the manager based on tournament playing rules. Typically, most managers field a team of 13 players.

Do the Jamboree games count towards the 8-game minimum for player eligibility?
Only regular season regulation games count towards the 8-game minimum. The Jamboree games do not quality.

If my family already has a vacation planned during June thru July, how would that affect All-Stars eligibility?
If you already have vacation planned during this time, we recommend you do not submit your child’s name for consideration. The All-Star team is a huge time commitment and players are expected to be at all practices and games.

What will happen if there aren't sufficient player opt-ins?
If we don’t have enough players to field a team at various levels, then we can’t field a team.

2022 Districts All-Stars Burns/Hines

Places to stay in Burns/Hines area:


Best Western Rory & Ryan Inns-541-573-5050

Days Inn-541-573-2047

Rory & Ryan Inn (Different from the Best Western)-541-573-3370

Americas Best Value Inn-541-573-1700

Historic Central Hotel-541-413-0046

Horseshoe Inn (Amaya’s pick! Cheap and super clean)-541-573-2034

Silver Spur Hotel-520-464-4079

Hines Pine Mill House Bed and Breakfast Inn-541-295-5650

There are also a few houses on VRBO/ AirBNB

Camping w/ Hookups
Crystal Crane Hot Springs- 541-493-2312   ~About 25 miles from Burns. Outdoor hot springs, Yurts, hook-ups and cabins.

Harney County FairGrounds- $40/night with hook ups and dry camping is $15 per night. RV park with 30 stalls and then we have another 20 by the horse stalls and 10 more by the arena. The ones by the horse stalls and arena do not have septic right there but they can dump in the RV park. Not all in those locations have individually dedicated water either but there are frost free hydrants close by to refill. The new RV park has restrooms and showers and the 4-H bathrooms have showers as well.
The RV section is the 3rd main section on the form on the link below.

*We are currently revamping our website and payment system so once they receive the reservation, Lindsey will send a confirmation email that will include total price and the link to pay online, if you choose (preferred). Lindsey will be available when RV’s start showing up to help people find their spots and take any payments. Likely she will email a map beforehand with names in spaces so it's as easy as possible for everyone.* Lindsey Roberson (Peila) is the contact person. 541-573-6447

Burns RV Park- 541-573-7640-

The Alvord Desert at 4000 ft elevation is a 12 X 7 mile, drivable, dry lake bed with hot springs and amazing scenery. The sprawling Malheur National Wildlife Preserve, John Day River and Silvies River are great day trips, and don’t forget the unmatched bird watching that brings people from all-around the world to see!  541-800-2662

Places to Eat
Grocery Outlet
The Pine Room-541-573-2673
Figaro’s Pizza-541-573-5500
Glory Days-541-573-6600
El Toreo Mexican Restaurant-541-573-1829
The Hilander Chinese Restaurant-541-573-2111
Juniper Cookhouse-Excellent food! 541-589-2725
Steens Mountain Brewing Co-541-589-3110
The Apple Peddler
Dairy Queen

Country Washboard Laundromat 134 SW Circle Dr. Hines
Fairy Dust Cleaning & Laundry (Drop off service)  220 S Hwy 20 Hines-Across from Kabota Shop 541-589-4288 


All-Star Sponsor Registration

La Grande Little League All-Star Sponsor

As the teams are formed for All-Stars the coaches are required to start to prepare their uniforms.
La Grande Little League provides: Uniforms, Hats/Headbands, and covers the registrations for the teams.
Coaches typically order pants and socks, as well as other items the teams might need during the tournament play.



All-Stars Coaching

The Board of Directors selects All-Star managers.

The key criteria for selection include:

*Time availability
*Commitment to manage

Past coaching experience that indicates a proper orientation to sportsmanship, fairness, and the league's values.
Knowledge of the game and ability to teach. 
Support of the manager among fellow regular season managers and coaches.
Ability to work with other coaches on the team and communicate with the players' families. 

Managers may select two assistant coaches, subject to approval by the Board of Directors.
Managers and coaches must be regular season team managers and coaches.

2022 All-Stars Coaching Application
Please complete the application and return to [email protected]


It is an honor to be selected as a member of an All-Star team!

There is also a substantial commitment of time and effort required to participate. Teams typically practice multiple times per week beginning the first or second week of June. The number of practices and scrimmages vary by team, but four to six afternoon, evening, or weekend practices or scrimmages a week is common.

All-Stars ends whenever tournament competition ends. The district tournaments usually begin the last week of June or first half of July. The district tournaments may end as late as mid-July. Teams that win their district tournament advance to their respective Oregon state tournaments, which may occur in mid to late July. Most tournaments are double elimination. This means that teams will play until losing twice. The goal for teams is to progress as far into tournament play as possible.

Players must make best efforts to attend all practices and scrimmages during the All Star season. Players must be available for all games until their team is eliminated from tournament play.





 Little League International recommends the that parents complete the school enrollment form in lieu of uploading the 3 residency documents.

A new form is required every year. If you complete a school enrollment form you do not have to upload other 3 residency documents.

School attendance shall be established and supported by a document indicating enrollment for the current academic year, dated prior to October 1, 20XX , and with the physical location of the school, from ONE of the following categories to determine school attendance by such player:
*A Little League-issued school attendance form completed by the principal, assistant principal, or administrator authorized to sign on behalf of the school.

A school issued report card or performance record is NOT accepted to establish school attendance. 



Three documents - One from each Group (1, 2 and 3) below. 

NOTE 1:  Three documents from the same Group (utility bill, cable bill, and bank statement) constitute only ONE document.

NOTE 2: Certain documents may be used in different Groups, but will count for only one Group per child. Example – If a water/sewer bill is used to satisfy Group II as a municipal record, that same bill CANNOT be used as a utility bill to satisfy Group III.

NOTE 3: Documents must be in full. You may black out information. No pictures of envelopes will be accepted

**If you complete and upload a school enrollment form you DO NOT have to upload these documents**

Group 1Group 2Group 3
1. Driver’s License1. Welfare/child care records1. Voter Registration
2. School records2. Federal records (Federal Tax, Social Security, etc.)2. Utility bills (gas, electric, water/sewer, phone, waste disposal)
3. Vehicle records (Registration, lease, etc.)3. State records3. Financial records (loan, credit, investments, etc.)
4. Employment records4. Local (municipal) records4. Medical records
5. Insurance documents5. Support payment records5. Internet, cable, or satellite records
6. Homeowner or tenant records
7. Military records


The Player's Birth Certificate is required to confirm their age and if they're being placed in the correct Division. An alternative to a Birth Certificate is shown below.
Need to get one on order? Click here for a fast & secure ordering service!



When an “Acceptable Proof of Birth” as described previously is not available, then the appropriate number of items in EACH of these FOUR groups are required so that the participant may obtain a “Statement in Lieu of Acceptable Proof of Birth,” which is required for such a participant to be eligible for regular season or tournament play:

Group 1

Any one (1) of the following, provided the date of birth is listed:

-a naturalization document issued by the United States Department of Justice;

-photocopy of birth certificate;

-original birth certificate or government record of birth if not containing a filing, recording, registration, or issue date within one (1) year of the date of birth;



Group 2

Any two (2) of the following, provided the date of birth is listed:

-Baptismal Certificate;

-Certificate of Blessing;

-Certificate of Dedication;

-Certificate of Circumcision or any other religious-related certificate;

-Hospital Certificate;

-School Record (must be dated, and date of issue must be at least two years prior to current season);

-Social Security document;

-Welfare Department document; adoption record.

Any item in this group must be an original document, not a copy;


Group 3

Any two (2) of the following:

-A written, signed, and notarized statement from

.... the doctor who delivered the child;

.... a hospital administrator where the child was delivered;

.... the principal or headmaster of the school the child attends;

.... a Social Worker with personal knowledge of the child’s date of birth;

.... a Priest, Rabbi, Minister, Mullah, or other titled religious figure with personal knowledge of the child’s date of birth;

.... the child’s pediatrician or family doctor.

NOTE: In each statement in Group 3, the writer must describe his/her responsibilities or his/her relationship to the child, and must attest to his/her personal knowledge that the child was born on the date claimed;


Group 4

A written, signed, and notarized statement from one or both parents, or the legal guardian (as appointed by a court of jurisdiction), attesting to the date of birth claimed.


La Grande Little League
P.O. Box 3054 
La Grande, Oregon 97850

Phone: 541-910-2227
Email: [email protected]

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