Parks & Rec. does not offer T-ball, baseball, or softball for youth, these sports are offered through area little leagues. Contacts and phone numbers for those organizations are listed below. Please watch for advertisements regarding registration in the Sports Section of The Daily Times.
⚬ Alcoa Youth Baseball for Boys and Girls Ages 4-12.
For more information, contact Dyran Bledsoe at 865-806-7091 or visit their website at https://www.alcoayouthsports.com/
⚬ Maryville Little League for Boys and Girls Ages 4-16.
For more information, visit their web site at https://www.maryvillelittleleague.com/
⚬ Outward Baseball and Softball for Boys and Girls Ages 4-13. Click here
for more information or call 865-982-4960 (day) or 984-9712 (evening).Policy for Reserving Practice Fields
This policy pertains to Little League teams and all other teams not participating in the Parks & Rec Adult Softball League. Click here for Parks & Rec teams' policy.
Reservations for practice fields are taken every Thursday, beginning mid-March through late August. Otherwise, fields are first come, first served unless being used by Parks & Rec programs such as football and soccer.
⚬ Teams should call 865-983-9244 at 10:00 a.m. so that everyone has the same opportunity. If you call before 10:00 a.m., you will be asked to call back, so please synchronize your watch with Parks & Rec's! Please note that field reservations are taken by phone only. No walk-ins please.
⚬ Our phone lines will be very busy, so if you don't get through, please try again. When you call on Thursday, you will be reserving times for the following week (beginning the next day Friday through the following Thursday).
⚬ Teams can reserve one field per week for 1 1/2 hours (M-F) or 2 hours (Sat & Sun) according to availability.
⚬ Reservations are taken for the following fields: two at Everett Park, three at Sandy Springs Park (one being a small baseball field), one at Springbrook Park, and two at Pearson Springs Park (available week-ends only) for Ages 12 & under.
⚬ Teams are encouraged to pick-up a Field Permit from the Parks & Rec Admin. Office to take with you to practice which shows you have the field reserved. Without your permit, you have no proof you have the field reserved!