Tee Ball Baseball is for boys and girls 4-7 years old who want to learn the fundamentals of hitting and fielding.
In Tee Ball, players hit a ball off a batting tee. Rules of the game may be varied to accommodate the need for teaching.
The primary goals of Tee Ball are to instruct children in the fundamentals of baseball and to allow them to experience the value of teamwork.
Minor B is a semi-competitive development program for 6-9 year olds that introduces the players to competitive baseball in a fun, learning environment.
Players will learn concepts of balls and strikes, hitting from pitched balls, appropriate baserunning, situational fielding, and pitching.
Try outs are required for placement on Minor B teams to ensure teams are balanced appropriately. 6 year olds with previous baseball experience may try out for Minor B. 9 year olds with little or no previous baseball experience may be placed in Minor B for additional development.
Minor A is a competitive development program for 8-11 year olds that begins challenging players to execute on the ballfield.
Players will learn situational awareness on offense and defense, identifying and hitting player-pitched balls, base stealing, pitching and catching.
Try outs are required for placement on Minor A teams to ensure teams are balanced appropriately. 8 year olds with solid fundamental baseball skills may be placed on a Minor A team. 12 year olds who need additional development may stay on the Minor A team with approval of the district administrator.
Majors is the standard for youth baseball for 10-12 year olds that allows players to display the skills developed through the rest of the Little League program.
Players will utilize teamwork, positioning, and situational awareness in a competitive environment that results in All-Star play with the opportunity to get to the Little League World Series.
Try outs are required for placement on Majors teams. 9 and 10 year olds with exceptional skills development may be chosen for Majors.
The Intermediate (50/70) Baseball Division of baseball utilizes a modified baseball field using a 50-foot pitching distance and 70-foot base paths. This new division will be structured for league age 11-13 year olds. Most competitive travel ball programs as well as Little League competitors such as Babe Ruth (Cal Ripken) offer opportunities to play on a 50/70 size field.
The Senior League Baseball Division is for boys and girls 13-16 years old, using a conventional 90-foot diamond with a pitching distance of 60 feet, 6 inches.
The Junior League Baseball Division is a program for boys and girls ages 12-14, using a conventional 90-foot diamond with a pitching distance of 60 feet, 6 inches. Modified diamond dimensions may be used during the regular season.
The Big League Baseball Division is for boys and girls ages 16-18, using a conventional 90-foot diamond with a pitching distance of 60 feet, 6 inches.
The Challenger Division offers boys and girls with physical and
developmental challenges, ages 4 to 18 (or the completion of high
school), the opportunity to participate in an organized game of baseball.
The most fundamental goal of the Challenger Division is to give
everyone a chance to play.