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Baseball Divisions

 

Tee Ball:  League Age 4-6 with only first year 6 year olds playing Tee Ball.  This division will be focused on teaching the fundamentals of baseball.  All players must have one year of tee ball before moving up to any other division.  T-Ball will have one weeknight practice and one weekend game. 

A Division:  Machine/Coach Pitch Division.  League Age 5-8 (8 y/o based on evaluation scores).  This division will focus on the fundamentals of hitting and fielding and will begin to introduce kid pitching during practice times only. A ball will have one weeknight practice and weekend game. 

AA Division:  Kid Pitch Division.  League Age 7-10 (10 y/o first year players only).  This division will focus on developing pitchers and catchers while continuing to develop the fundamentals of hitting and fielding.  Kids will be placed on teams based on evaluations. AA ball will have one weeknight practice and two games per week (one weeknight and one weekend). There will be an end of season tournament.  

AAA Division:  Traditional “Minors Rules”.  League Age 9-11. 9 y/o players only allowed to “play up” with player agent approval.  Players will be drafted as in previous seasons.  Focus is on advanced fundamentals including fielding situations, bunting, base running, cutoffs, etc. AAA will have one weeknight practice and two games per week. There will be an end of Season Tournament.  

Majors:   League age 10-12 only.  Players Drafted based on Little League rules.  Majors will practice at least one night per week and will have two games per week. After 12 games, the majors will move to playing on a 50/70 field (bigger diamond). 

50/70:  League Age 12-13.  13 y/o will comprise this division with 12 y/o allowed to try-out to fill any remaining roster spots.  

Juniors:  League Age 13-15.  14-15 y/o will make up the base of this division and all 14-15 y/o will be placed on a team first.  13 y/o will be allowed to tryout for remaining roster spots.  

 

All placements and division determinations are based on evaluations and player agent discretion.  

2016 Little League Age Chart: http://www.littleleague.org/media/llnewsarchive/2015/September-December/llb-age-determination-date.htm