T-BALL (4-5)

T-Ball is our introductory division to the league. We offer this division to 4 and 5 year olds per the Little League Age Division Chart. Click Here for detail. Teams are typically boys and girls and this is our largest division typically year to year. There is a Tee that is used all year, and the players work base to base on offense. Defensively players are rotated through each game over the entire field. For in season playing rules, Click Here.

ROOKIE BASEBALL (6-7)

Rookie is our introductory division after T-Ball. Players must be 6 years old to play. Any player that is 7, will be placed at the rookie level if they do not assess high enough to be placed in farm baseball. 7 year olds that do not attend any assessment sessions will automatically be placed in rookie baseball. Rookie Baseball is machine pitch. To see an example of pitching, see our Rookie FAQ section. The first half of the season players that do not get a hit off the machine in game, will use a Tee. For a complete set of rules and description, Click Here.

FARM BASEBALL (7-8)

Farm Baseball is our next level after Rookie Baseball. There is no mechanical pitching machine like rookie, however there is a combination of player (with pitch counts) and coach pitching. The final two weeks of the season there is purely player pitching. Typical age for this division is 8 year olds. There are some advanced 7 year olds in this division, as well as any 9 year olds that do not assess to the Minors Baseball Division. Pitching distance is 40' and bases are 60 feet. Click Here for a list of rules for Season Play. This division does not qualify players for Post-Season Play (All-Stars).

MINORS BASEBALL (9-11)

Minors Baseball is where there is player only pitching, with pitch counts. Typical age for this division is 9 and 10 year olds. There are some advanced top 5% of 8 year olds that can make this division each year based on assessment scores. Each year varies for the # of players total from Majors to Minors, so it's not an exact science that can carry over year to year in determining if any 8's are eligible to begin with, aside from scores. Some 11 year olds that assess may play in this division as well. Pitching distance is 46 feet. Bases are 60 feet. For in season rules, Click Here. *Players in this division will qualify for post-season All-Star Play*.

MAJORS BASEBALL (10-12)

Our Majors Division is typically players 11 and 12 years old. There are some 10 year olds that will play in this division, based on advanced Assessment Scores. The pitching distance is 46 feet in this division and bases are 60 feet. As with each division of player pitch, pitch counts will apply. Click Here for in season playing rules. *Players in this division will qualify for post-season All-Star Play*.

INTERMEDIATE (50/70) BASEBALL (11-13)

 Our Intermediate Division is for players ages 11,  12 and 13. 12 year olds do have the option to sign up for either Majors OR Intermediate at the time of registration before Assessments. Pitching distance in this division is 50 feet, while bases are 90 feet. Leading off is allowed in this division as well. *Players in this division will qualify for post-season All-Star Play*. 

Please understand that we cannot guarantee players League Age 11 and 12 a spot in the 50/70 Division. A player's placement in 50/70 is based on several factors including the number of players registered by age group, the number of teams in the division, and player assessments. If your child is not placed on a team in the 50/70 division, he or she will be placed in the Major Division. Final decisions on player placement are determined by the Player Agent and Board. 

JUNIOR BASEBALL

 The Junior Division of play is typically ages 13 and 14 years old. Pitching distance is set to 60 feet 6 inches, with a local league option to shorten to 54 feet for regular season play. Bases are set at 90 feet. 

SENIOR BASEBALL

The Senior Division of play is typically ages 14 to 18 years old. More often 15 and 16. All placements are determined by prior season play and current year assessments. Pitching distance is set to 60 feet 6 inches, with a local league option to shorten to 54 feet for regular season play. Bases are set at 90 feet. 

BIG LEAGUE BASEBALL

The Big League Division of play is typically ages 17 to 18 years old. All placements are determined by prior season play and current year assessments. Pitching distance is set to 60 feet 6 inches, with a local league option to shorten to 54 feet for regular season play. Bases are set at 90 feet. 


 

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