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Welcome to Byron Township Little League (BTLL), where "Promoting the spirit of Little League Baseball & Softball" is our motto and our vision. BTLL is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization chartered by Little League International. Our league is funded entirely by registration fees, fundraising, concession profits, and sponsor donations.

BTLL prides itself on being an organization that teaches the values of teamwork, sportsmanship and fair play to all of the children in the community. With approximately 1,000 participating boys and girls, BTLL is a volunteer organization managed by a Board of Directors and operated by dozens of dedicated volunteers.

BTLL is a member of Michigan's District 9 Little League covering 24 leagues across West Michigan.

We look forward to your family's participation. See you on the field!

2015 BTLL Board Member Openings
Byron Township Little League has some openings on the Board of Directors that need to be filled for the 2015 season. Concessions Manager and Coaching Coordinator. Below is a brief description of the responsibilities of each position.
Concession Manager - The Concession Manager maintains the operation of concession facilities, organizes the purchase of concession products, is responsible for the management of the concession sales at league/non-league events, and schedules part-time employees  to work the concession booth during league/non-league events. Collects and reviews concession related offers including coupons, discounts and bulk-purchasing opportunities. The Concession Manager also organizes, tallies and keeps records of concession sales and purchases.
Note: Concessions are a very integral part of Byron Township Little League. We are one of the few Little Leagues that have full control over our Concessions. And due to the success of our concessions program, it allows us to funnel the funds that are generated back into the league. Here are a few of the things it's allowed us to do: keep league registration fees low (BTLL easily has some of the lowest fee's in D9), offer heavily discounted/free training during the winter, purchase equipment racks for the dugouts, build roof/shelters over the dugouts at Bicentennial Park, purchase a brand new professional infield groomer, purchase and install new LED scoreboards for the 2015 season at Bicentennial Park. So to keep the Concessions program running successfully it's vital that we fill this position.
Coaching Coordinator - The main focus of the Coaching Coordinator is to recruit and organize coaches prior to the start of a new season. Represents coaches/managers in league during the season. Responsible for implementing/organizing a board approved training program for coaches/managers.
If you are interested in either of these positions, please contact BTLL via email: byrontownshiplittleleague@gmail.com

by posted 12/03/2014
Registration for 2015 is now open!!

Registration for the 2015 season is now open! To get started go to www.byrontownshiplittleleague.org or follow this link.

by posted 12/01/2014
Important Rule Change for 2015

Here is an important rule change that affects how we determine playing age for the baseball division. What does this mean for your child? If your son was born before January 1, 2006, nothing will change. He will continue to use the old cutoff date of April 30th of that year for the remainder of his Little League career. If your son was born on or after January 1, 2006, they will use the new cutoff date of Dec 31st of that year. So a player who played this past season with a playing age of 4-7 and born between May 1st and Dec 31st will essentially skip ahead a year. Example: Johnny Superstar was born on June 16, 2007. This past year his playing age was 6 but in 2015 his playing age will be 8, essentially skipping his playing age of 7 season. If they were born on or after January 1, 2006, and between Jan-Apr they will move up like normal. The difference for them is that in the past these players (Jan-Apr) were on the younger end of the age group, now they will move to the older end. I could be wrong, but I believe the purpose of this rule is to try an eliminate boys who turn 13 (and look like grown men) from playing in a 11-12 year old division. I hope I explained this well enough so there isn't any confusion. And if I'm incorrect on anything please feel free to correct me!! Click on the link below to view an email from LL International expaining it also.

Marty Tilma
BTLL Info Officer

by posted 11/20/2014

Follow this link for a list of our most commonly asked questions. If you can't find the answer you are looking for, feel free to shoot us an email at byrontownshiplittleleague.org.


by posted 02/16/2014
Edit Your Account or Registration
Things change.  It is important to keep all parent and player records up to date to receive notification of the events and team communication once you are placed on a roster. Accurate registration data is also needed for directors to create teams in the younger divisions.

Forgot your account password
Select “Edit My Account” on the left menu.  Enter the email address you used to register your family (same email notifications come to). Then click Forgot? to have the system email you a password.

To keep your account information current
Select “Edit My Account” on the left menu.  Log into your account then select the name of the person to change.  When you are done hit submit on the bottom of the page.  Repeat for other members of your account.  (With some browsers you may need to click the edit my account button again to get the name link to work.)

Add multiple email addresses for notifications
If relatives or friends would like to receive email event notifications you can do this by entering more than one email address on the player information.  To add more addresses just insert a comma and enter another one. 

To edit your registration information
Select “Register Online”, click “Begin Registration” in the division of the player you are going to change.   Continue by the parent confirmation screen and log into your account.  There you will find an icon to the left of your player’s name.   Click it to edit existing registration data.  You will first be taken to the Participant Information screen where you can make changes to it if needed.  Go to the bottom of the page and click “Submit Information” to advance to the Supplemental Information page.  Change what you need to and then go to the bottom of the page and click “Submit Information”


by posted 11/03/2012
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