Rocky Hill Little League is proud to offer a quality Baseball and Softball program to the residents of Rocky Hill, CT.

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The following is an outline of Baseball Divisions offered by Rocky Hill Little League. Age, experience level and tryout requirements are noted next to each league. 

For Baseball Little League Age Determination for upcoming season is based on the calculator found HERE

T-Ball Rookie

  • Players Little League Age 4.
  • Players are assigned to a team.
  • No Tryouts for this level. 

T-Ball

  • Players Little League Age 5-6 (1st year playing or played T-Ball Rookie the previous season).
  • Players are assigned to a team.
  • No Tryouts for this level. 

Minors – A League

  • Players Little League Age 6 and at least 1 year experience playing in T-Ball or Players Little League Age 7 with no experience.
  • Players are assigned to a team.
  • No evaluations held for this level.

Minors – AA League

  • Players Little League Age 7 and at least 1 year experience playing in A League
  • Players Little League Age 8 with no experience.
  • Players that do not advance to the AAA League
  • Players are assigned to a team.
  • No evaluations held for this level.

Minors - AAA League

  • Players Little League Age 8 with 1 year experience playing at A League in Little League and scored in top 15 % in evaluations,
  • Players Little League Age 8 with 2 years experience at A/AA League playing in Little League and scored top 40% in evaluations,
  • Players Little League Age 9 with no experience or Players that do not advance to a major league baseball team.
  • Evaluations are held for this level.

Major League

  • Players Little League Age 9-12.
  • Player’s Little League Age 9 must have at least 1 year experience playing in AAA and must score in top 10% in evaluation scores.
  • Player’s Little League Age 10 must have at least 1 year experience playing in AAA and must score in top 30% in evaluation scores.
  • A 12 year old automatically moves up to Majors if they were in Little League as an 11 year old.
  • The number of 9 year olds will be limited to the number of Major League Teams. Players that do not successfully tryout for a major baseball team will be placed on an AAA league team.
  • Evaluations are required for this level (Players do not need to tryout again if played in Majors the prior year).