Baseball Divisions


T-BALL - Ages 4-6 (Co-ed Teams)
Entry level league where our goal is to teach players the fundamentals of hitting, fielding and throwing along with learning the basic rules of baseball.  

Hitting:  Players will hit the ball off a tee stand.
Field Size: Games are played on a small 60-foot base path and teams will play 10 players (four outfielders).
Field Type:  Games are played on dirt/grass or turf fields
Practices:  Field practices are generally twice per week; no batting cage time at this level
Games:  There are 8 games and all are played on Saturdays; No scores reported.  Four innings maximum.
Ball Type:  Soft T-Ball
Team Formation:  Teams are formed randomly by a player agent though, at this level, they do try to accommodate "buddy requests", allowing kids to play with friends and classmates.

COLLEGIATE - Ages 7 - 8* (Co-ed Teams)
The second level tier of baseball where our goal is the build upon the fundamentals of hitting, fielding and throwing along with learning the basic rules of baseball.  *Six year-old players may participate having completed one year of T-Ball and passing a skill assessment. 


Hitting:  Players will hit the ball off a coach-operated mechanical pitching machine
Field Size: Games are played on a small 60-foot base path and teams will play 10 players (four outfielders)
Field Type:  Games are played on a turf or grass/dirt field
Practices:  Field practices are generally twice per week (with weekly batting cage time for up to 6 weeks)
Games:  There are 12 games (starting the middle of March) played all days of the week; Six innings
Post Season:  After the close of regular season games, each team will enter a double elimination tournament to close out the season. The seeding of the tournament is a blind draft. Games during the season do not affect tournament placement.
Ball Type:  Safety ball
Team Formation:  Teams are formed by Collegiate Coordinator based on Player Assessment results


FARM Ages 8-10 (Co-ed Teams)
The third level tier of baseball where our goal is the build upon the fundamentals of hitting, fielding and throwing along with learning the basic rules of baseball.
Hitting:  Players will hit the ball off both coach and kid pitch
Field Size: Games are played on a small 60-foot base path and teams will play 9 players (three outfielders)
Field Type:  Games are played on a turf or grass/dirt field
Practices:  Field practices are generally twice per week (with weekly batting cage time for up to 6 weeks
Games:  There are 17 games (starting the middle of March) played all days of the week; Scores are reported; Six innings
Post Season:  After the close of regular season games, each team will enter a double elimination tournament to close out the season. The seeding of the tournament is a blind draft. Games during the season do not affect tournament placement.
Ball Type:  Hard ball
Team Formation:  Teams are drafted by Farm Managers based on Player Tryout results
MINORS - Ages 10 - 11*
The fourth level tier of baseball where our goal is the build upon the fundamentals of hitting, fielding and throwing along with learning the basic rules of baseball. *9 year old players may be eligible to play at this level after passing a safety evaluation.

Hitting: Kid-pitch only
Field Size: Games are played on a small 60-foot base path and teams will play 9 players (three outfielders)
Field Type:Games are played on a turf or grass/dirt field
Practices:Field practices are generally twice per week (with weekly batting cage time for up to 6 weeks)
Games:There are 17 games (starting the middle of March) scheduled for all days of the week; Scores are reported; Six innings.  Games will be inter-leagued between neighboring little leagues.
Post Season:  After the close of regular season games, each team will enter a double elimination tournament to close out the season. The seeding of the tournament is a blind draft. Games during the season do not affect tournament placement.  Upon completion of the Minors Division Tournament, an area Tournament of Champions (TOC) will be played among neighboring little leagues.  Trophies are awarded for first and second place.
Ball Type:  Hard ball
Team Formation:  Teams are formed by draft of Majors/Minors Managers based on Player Tryout results

MAJORS - Ages 11 - 12
The fifth level tier of baseball where our goal is the build upon the fundamentals of hitting, fielding and throwing along with learning the basic rules of baseball.

Hitting:
 Kid-pitch only
Field Size:
 Games are played on a small 60-foot base path and teams will play 9 players (three outfielders)
Field Type:Games are played on a turf or grass/dirt field
Practices:Field practices are generally twice per week (with weekly batting cage time for up to 6 weeks)
Games:  There are 17 games (starting the middle of March) scheduled for all days of the week; Scores are reported; Six innings.  Games will be inter-leagued between neighboring little leagues.
Post Season: After the close of regular season games, each team will enter a double elimination tournament to close out the season. The seeding of the tournament is a blind draft. Games during the season do not affect tournament placement.  Upon completion of the Minors Division Tournament, an area Tournament of Champions (TOC) will be played among neighboring little leagues.  Trophies are awarded for first and second place.
Ball Type: Hard ball
Team Formation:Teams are formed by draft of Majors/Minors Managers based on Player Tryout results

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