Baseball

Ballfield Hotline Phone Number: 847-818-0112

Rolling Meadows Youth Baseball is the local house baseball league for the Rolling Meadows area. It carries a long standing tradition of over 50 years. Our goal is to provide a safe and fun atmosphere to teach our youth the fundamentals of baseball. Our league spans boys and girls ages 6 years and older. We strive to teach sportsmanship and fair play at all levels from basics to advanced fundamentals.


2021 Baseball Leagues

Season runs April 10 - June 26
Click the links below to view the 2021 season schedules for each league.
League Schedules
Instructional (1st-2nd Grade)
Minor (3rd-4th Grade)
Major (5th-6th Grade)
Pony (7th-8th Grade)

COVID-19 Baseball Guidelines

The following is for activities that take place in Rolling Meadows. Any places we travel to this would be a minimum requirement in addition to any hosting facility rules and regulations.
  • Coaches, players and spectators should wear a face covering at all times
  • Coaches must also be responsible for maintaining an attendance log of their players
  • Benches and dugouts are NOT to be used as an area to congregate. All player/coach meetings should take place in an open area where they can practice social distancing measures of 6 feet apart from others.
  • Players must bring their own mitt. In an effort to reduce equipment sharing, if your child has their own bat and helmet for personal use please bring it (write your name on the equipment).
  • No sunflower seeds or gum.
  • Dugout area shall contain no more than 3 participants at any one time. Example: first inning batters 1/2/3 allowed in dugout; batter 1 goes up to
    bat, batter 2 moves into on-deck circle, batter 3 is "in the hole" (still in the dugout), batter 4 may move into dugout once batter 1 goes to bat, and batter 5 may go into dugout once batter 2 moves into the on-deck circle. The best way to describe it is like an assembly line. All other players would be social distancing outside the fence area of the field.
  • Each player should bring a minimum number of parents or caregivers to each game. These adult spectators will hold water bottles and other gear when not in use and act as the player "bench" when the player is not involved in an activity. They will assist the player with hand cleaning and other needs that require close contact. We encourage you to bring hand sanitizer for your own personal use.
  • There is NO sharing of water bottles, post-game snacks or high fives.
  • Wipe down balls and equipment frequently; especially at the beginning and end of each practice or game.
  • Please do not arrive earlier than 5 minutes before the start of your activity.
  • Non-competitive activities (e.g. practices, drills, lessons) should be set up to allow for 6-ft social distancing between participants whenever possible.
  • 30-ft of distancing is maintained between groups/opposing teams and spectators on the sidelines. Discourage interaction between groups outside of competitive game play.
  • Spectators must bring their own seating (e.g. chairs) from home.
  • If a player or family member is currently exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms (ex: fever 100.4 or above) or doesn't feel well, they should NOT come to the field. For a listing of COVID-19 symptoms visit cdc.gov.
  • Parents must notify Rolling Meadows Park District at spaddack@rmparks.org of any possible COVID-19 situation in their immediate family. League will act in accordance with state health guidelines.
  • Click here for additional guidelines provided by the IDPH All Sports Guidance.