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Spring Divisions

Anderson Township Little League (ATLL) strives to place each player into a league level and on a team that will provide the player with the best opportunity to learn and to compete. The goals of ATLL are to provide a positive environment for learning the sport of baseball and the values of good sportsmanship and team play. Final league placement is determined by the Player Agent based primarily on the end-of-season manager evaluation assessment and Spring evaluations scores. Parental preference is noted only at the T-Ball, 2A, and American Divisions when making a placement decision.

Ages are a general guideline only.

A - Beginning Instructional Baseball

  • Ages 4-6
  • First year baseball
  • Practice and games on Saturdays - practice for 1 hour then play 1 hour game
  • Hit off tee and/or coach pitch
  • All kids in field during game

AA - Advanced Instructional Baseball

  • Ages 6-7
  • Practice one night a week
  • Games on Saturdays plus one night a week for last half of season
  • Coach pitch
  • Ten players in field during game - broad position rotation encouraged

AAA American - Beginning Player Pitch Baseball

  • Ages 7-8
  • Practice one night a week
  • Games on one night a week plus Saturdays
  • Combination of player and coach pitch
  • Nine players in field during game - broad position rotation encouraged

AAA National

  • Ages 9-10
  • Practice one night a week
  • Games on one night a week plus Saturdays
  • Player pitch
  • Nine players in field during game - broad position rotation encouraged

Majors

  • Ages 11-12
  • Practice one night a week
  • Games up to two nights a week plus Saturdays
  • Nine players in field during game - position focus starting to be employed

Intermediate - Advanced Player Pitch Baseball

  • Ages 12-13
  • Practice one night a week
  • Games up to two nights a week plus Saturdays
  • 50 foot pitching  distance / 70 foot base paths
  • Conventional baseball with lead-offs and stealing

Juniors -14-Year-Old Baseball

  • Ages 14
  • Practice one night a week
  • Games on one or two nights a week plus Saturdays
  • Games scheduled against ATLL, other Little League Juniors (home & away), and area Knothole teams
  • Conventional 90 foot diamond and pitching distance of 60 foot, 6 inches

Seniors - 15 & 16 Year Old Baseball

  • Ages 15-16
  • Practice one night a week
  • Games on one or two nights a week plus Saturdays
  • Games scheduled against ATLL, other Little League Seniors (home & away), and area Knothole teams
  • Conventional 90 foot diamond and pitching distance of 60 foot, 6 inches

Big League - 17 & 18 Year Old Baseball

  • Ages 17-18
  • Practice one night a week
  • Games on one or two nights a week plus Saturdays
  • Games scheduled against ATLL, other Little League Big League (home & away), and area Knothole teams
  • Conventional 90 foot diamond and pitching distance of 60 foot, 6 inches

Challengers

  • Ages 4-18 (Also up to age 22 if still enrolled in High School)
  • Provides boys and girls with disabilities the opportunity to enjoy and participate in the game of baseball.
  • Features “buddies” (players generally from the Majors Division) who help their partners by assisting the players when needed during a game.