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Baseball Divisions

  • T-Ball / Introductory
    • T-Ball Instructional Baseball/Softball Division for boys and girls age 5, as well as first year 6 year olds.
    • The goal of T-Ball is to teach the fundamentals of the game to young players.
    • T-Ball teams practice one night a week on a designated day for an hour.
    • Games are held on Saturdays starting in April. Games last one hour. All players bat in an inning. Fundamentals and skills are stressed week to week.

  • Rookie Baseball
    • The Rookie Baseball Instructional Division is for 6 (returning) ,7 and 8 year old boys and girls. Some 8 year old players may be asked to move up to Minors with EOB approval.
    • Teams typically will practice once a week and play two games a week during the season. Standings are not official and there are no playoffs.
    • The league is a coach pitch league.
    • There is no base stealing during games, and time will be called when the ball is controlled by a fielder in the infield.

  • Minor Baseball
    • The Minor Baseball Instructional Division is for 8 (selected), 9 and 10 year old boys and girls.  Some 10 year old players may be asked to move up to Majors with EOB approval.
    • The teams practice once a week and will play two games a week. At the end of the season, a short playoff series will be held to determine the league champion.
    • All regular little league rules are followed at this level.

  • Major Baseball
    • The Major Baseball Division is for 10 (selected), 11 and 12 year old boys and girls. 
    • Teams will practice at least once a week and play at least two games a week. At the end of the season, a short playoff series will be held to determine the league champion.
    • All regular Little League rules are followed at this level.

  • Senior Baseball
    • The Senior Baseball Division is for 13 to 16 year old boys.
    • Teams typically will practice once a week and play two to three games a week during the season. The actual schedule and location of the games may change annually depending on the league affiliation of the Senior Baseball Division.
    • This level follows the standard Senior League rules established by Little League.