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Majors

The Majors Division is our most competitive division and is typically made up of players who are league age 12 and 11. Occasionally, a league age 10 player is placed in Majors. Teams are selected via a draft. Children playing in the Majors must try out, and once drafted by a team, they remain on that team for the balance of their Little League careers.  The majors divisions maintains standings and has playoffs to determine champion. 
Only league age 12 players and returning Major league players are guaranteed placement in the Majors division. Little League of America requires all league-age 12 players are placed on a Majors team, unless a parent/guardian specifically requests they play in AAA. All other players are subject to placement in the AAA Minors division.
Majors teams play 2-3 games per week. Typically, one game on Sunday afternoon or evening, and one or two games during the week. Games during the week start between 5:15 and 5:45 depending on the field.

Minors

AAA

AAA Division is competitive and advanced division.  Teams are assembled by the commissioner based on evaluations and player rankings from coaches the previous season. There are standings and standings to determine a divisional champion. It is made up mostly of players who are league age 11 and 10.  Advanced league age 9 players are eligible to try out for AAA, although no player under league age 10 will be placed in AAA without having played in AA the previous year. League age 12 players who do not wish to play in the Majors and league age 11 players who are not drafted into the Majors will be placed in AAA. 

AAA teams typically play 2 games per week. Typically, one game on Sunday afternoon or evening, and one game during the week. Games during the week start between 5:15 and 5:45 depending on the field.

AA
Although AA is a competitive division, the overall emphasis is on skills development.  AA is the first level when pitching is performed entirely by the players. Teams are assembled by the commissioner based on evaluations and player rankings from coaches the previous season. AA is made up primarily of players who are league age 9. Advanced league age 8 players who have played in Farm division are also eligible for AA, and league age 10 players may also be placed in AA.  This is a fully player pitch division.  The division maintains standings and holds an end-of-season play-off.  

AA teams typically play 2 games per week. Typically, one game on Sunday afternoon or evening, and one game during the week. Games during the week start between 5:15 and 5:45 depending on the field.

Farm System

Single A - Grade 2

Based on Feedback form last season, we are introducing a Single A division that will be mostly like the Farm division from previous years but will be closer to real baseball and will introduce kid pitch at some point in the season. We think this will be a good bridge for kids that are more advanced than farm but not quite ready for AA. 


Farm – Grade 1
The Farm division is made up of players in grade 1. Farm is instructional, with the focus being on skill development. Teams are assembled by the commissioner with teams formed with players from the same or neighboring elementary schools. There are no standings or play-offs. Kid pitch is introduced for a few innings per game to help develop and prepare for AA.  
Farm teams typically play 2 games per week. Typically, one game on Sunday afternoon or evening, and one game during the week. Games during the week start between 5:15 and 5:45 depending on the field.


Rookie – Kindergarten
The Rookie division is made up of players in kindergarten . Rookie is instructional, with the focus being on skill development. Teams are assembled by the commissioner with teams formed with players from the same or neighboring elementary schools. There are no standings or play-offs. 


Rookie teams typically play 2 games per week. Typically, one game on Sunday afternoon or evening, and one game during the week. Games during the week start between 5:15 and 5:45 depending on the field.
 
Tee Ball

The Tee Ball division is an instructional division for ages 4-6 yrs, who want to start learning how to play baseball. In Tee Ball, players hit the ball off a batting tee. The primary goals of Tee Ball are to have fun and to begin instructing children in the fundamentals of baseball. Kindergartners play in the regular Tee Ball division, while the Pre-Kindergarteners play in the Tiny Tee Ball division. T-ball teams have 2 events per week. These are a combination of practice and games. 
Each team has a 90 minute session on either Saturday or Sunday, and one 60 minute session during the week.

Challenger

The Challenger Division is for boys and girls with physical and mental challenges, ages 4-18, or up to age 22 if still enrolled in high school, to enjoy the game of baseball

Teams are set up according to abilities, rather than age, and can include as many as 15-20 players. Challenger games can be played as tee ball games, coach pitch, player pitch, or a combination of the three. In a Challenger game, each player gets a chance to bat. The side is retired when the offense has batted through the roster, or when a pre-determined number of runs have been scored, or when three outs are recorded. Little League recommends that no score be kept during Challenger games.

Challenger Division encourages the use of "buddies" for the Challenger players. The buddies assist the Challenger players on the field, but whenever possible, encourage the players to bat and make plays themselves. However, the buddy is always nearby to help when needed. Parents and teenagers are strongly encouraged to become involved in this uniquely-rewarding division of Little League.

Challenger games are played on Saturday afternoons.