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We will be posting important dates about tryout for minor and major leagues ages 10-12.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


League Information

Majors Baseball

(10 yrs. old to 12 yrs. old)

This league provides a higher level of competition but is a continuation of the instructional leagues.

A regulation baseball is used. Placement is determined by tryouts and player draft. Team records and league standings are kept. Trophies are awarded to the 1st place team. All-Stars are selected for tournament play.

 

AAA Baseball (Use to be called Minors)

(9 yrs. old to 12 yrs. old)

Transitional league with the introduction of competition.

Tryouts are recommended for all players to enable coaches to evaluate and draft players.  A Regulation baseball is used. Fundamentals of base stealing are introduced. Official games with umpires are scheduled 2 – 3 times a week.  Team records and league standings are kept. Trophies are awarded to the 1st place team.

 

AA Baseball (Use to be called FARM)

(7 yrs. old and 8 yrs. old)

Instructional minor league for boys and girls to teach further the basic fundamentals of baseball.

Coach pitch is used for the entire year with player pitch introduced ½ way in the season. In this league, the players continue to learn the basics of the field positions and learn how to play the game with others. The players are now being shown proper techniques on throwing, catching and how the game moves.

Scores of games are not kept and there are no league standings.

The last week of June is the outdoor banquet for the kids.

 

T Ball League

(Ages 4 yrs. old to 6 yrs. old)

Instructional league for boys and girls to teach the basic fundamentals of baseball.

Players will learn to hit from a batting tee with the assistance of a coach’s.  This is to allow the player the chance to learn proper swing and lineup for hitting the ball.  The players also start to learn of the different positions by name to better understand the field.  But mostly the kids start to learn of being part of a team.

This allows for low injury factor baseball for them to learn. Scores of games are not kept and there are no league standings.

The last week of June is the outdoor banquet for the kids.