Baseball / Softball

Look for the Youth Baseball / Softball Leagues in the Winter / Spring Activity Guide for more information. The Winter / Spring Activity Guide usually comes out at the beginning of December. The league runs in April through the end of May.

Baseball: A Division (T-Ball)


The A Division is the entry level league for young baseball players, between the ages of 4-6 years old, learning the sport for the first time. This division was formerly known as our T-Ball League and still plays by the same rules. The elimination of pitching allows children to develop the coordination to properly hit the ball and eliminates the fear of being hit by a pitch. Players will develop the primary baseball skills of hitting, running, fielding and throwing, establishing the foundation for young players who wish to continue playing baseball. The goal of the league is for children to have fun, establish strong fundamentals and understand the basic rules and positions of the sport.

Baseball: AA Division

 
The AA Division is designed for children ages 5-6 years old (with at least one year of A Division experience,) these young players will be introduced to hitting live balls through coach pitching. This division was formerly known as our Incrediball League and still plays by the same rules. Each batter gets a maximum of five opportunities to hit a ball pitched by a coach. If after five pitches are thrown and the batter has not gotten a hit, a batting tee is brought out for players to hit from. Players will continue the development of the foundational baseball skills learned in the Single A division including hitting, running, fielding and throwing. The goal of the league is for children to have fun, establish strong fundamentals and understand the basic rules and positions of the sport.

Baseball: AAA Division


The AAA division is designed to separate the players with more experience and provide an environment where their skills can flourish. This division is for children ages 6-8 years old, with at least 1 year of AA Division experience. Each batter gets a maximum of five opportunities to hit a ball pitched by a coach. If after five pitches are thrown and the batter has not gotten a hit, a batting tee is brought out for players to hit from. Players will continue the development of the foundational baseball skills learned in the A and AA divisions including hitting, running, fielding and throwing. The goal of the league is for children to have fun and continue their development while preparing themselves for the upper levels of baseball competition.

Softball: Introductory Division


The Softball Introductory Division is the entry level league for young softball players learning the sport for the first time. This division is for girls only, ages 4-6 years old. Previously our T-ball division had been co-ed. This division will play by the same rules. The elimination of pitching allows children to develop the coordination to properly hit the ball and eliminates the fear of being hit by a pitch. Players will develop the primary softball skills of hitting, running, fielding and throwing, establishing the foundation for young players who wish to continue playing softball. The goal of the league is for children to have fun, establish strong fundamentals and understand the basic rules and positions of the sport. 


Softball: Intermediate Division


The Softball Intermediate Division is designed to introduce hitting live balls to young softball players through coach pitching. This division is for children ages 5-8 years old, with at least one year of Single A or Introductory Softball experience. This division is similar to our AA division but is exclusive to girls and still plays by the same rules.Each batter gets a maximum of 5 opportunities to hit a ball pitched by a coach. If after 5 pitches are thrown and the batter has not gotten a hit, a batting tee is brought out for players to hit from. Players will continue the development of the foundational softball skills learned in the Introductory Division including hitting, running, fielding and throwing. The goal of the league is for children to have fun, establish strong fundamentals and understand the basic rules and positions of the sport.

Softball: Advanced Division


Players will continue the development of the foundational softball skills learned in the introductory and intermediate divisions including hitting, running, fielding and throwing. This division is for children in Grades 3-5. The goal of the league is for children to have fun and continue their development while preparing themselves to play softball at the next level. In addition, this division gives girls their first opportunity to pitch and to also hit balls pitched by an opposing player. There are no walks, if 4 balls are thrown a coach comes out to pitch a maximum of 3 balls.