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6U Baseball: T-Ball Spring 2020

The T-Ball division emphasizes fun and participation. Players in this division begin learning the basic skills ranging from base-running, fielding, and hitting off a tee. As they progress players can begin to also hit via gentle coach pitch. Players learn in a safe, fun environment. At this level, coaches and parent volunteers provide true hands-on teaching. Good sportmanship, team dynamics, full participation, and respsect for all players is emphasized.

WHO
First time players, ages 4 - 6 on August 31, 2020. See the Little League Age Chart for more information.

Players must live or attend school within the geographic boundaries defined for MLL.

WHEN
Season: Opening Day is on April 4th. The season ends on June 6th.
Games: Approximately 9 one-hour games will be played on Saturdays
Practices: One-hour practices may be held midweek depending on your coach's desire

WHERE
Eldorado PK-8 baseball field mainly but a few games will take place at the Louisville Sports Complex or Scanlan Field in Superior. Practices will occur at any of the local fields.

TEAM CONSTRUCTION
Small team sizes to make sure that all players get a lot of action.

​We form teams per our team formation policy which can be found here.

EQUIPMENT
MLL provides: jersey, cap - player keeps these items; bats, balls, and helmets

You provide: shoes/cleats, pants, socks, and glove

GET INVOLVED
Please volunteer to be a Manager, Coach, or Team Parent. You can mark your interest when registering your child. T-ball is typically kids first foray into team baseball and something they will enjoy so much more if you're involved.

Base Cost: $100.00

Opened: 12/23/2019
Closes: 03/13/2020

Open to: Boys & Girls
born between: 09/01/2013 and 08/31/2016

7U Baseball: Minors Machine Pitch A Spring 2020

The Single A Machine Pitch division is designed for beginning and developing baseball players from ages 6-7. Players learn the fundamental skills and game strategy of baseball. Coaches stress proper throwing and catching skills, base-running, tagging out of players, and of course hitting. At this level Coaches use Jugs Jr. Baseball Pitching Machines to pitch to players. If the player doesn't make contact after a few pitches, the coach has the option to hand pitch a few to the player. Strike outs do occur but are far and few between. This is also their first opportunity to put on catching gear behind the plate.

WHO
Players ages 6-7 on August 31, 2020. See the Little League Age Chart for more information.
Players should have one-year of experience in organized baseball unless they are 8. 

Players must live or attend school within the geographic boundaries defined for MLL.

WHEN
Season: Opening Day is on April 4th. The season ends on June 6th.
Practices: One to two hour practices will be held twice a week until 1st game. Then one practice a week from early April to early June. Then no practices from early May to early June. These are the minimum amount of practices. Coaches have discretion to add more if desire.

Games: Approximately 12 two-hour games will be played in the season. 1 game a week from early April to early May. Then two games a week from early May till end of season. Games will be midweek and/or on Saturdays.

WHERE
Any of our fields in Superior and Louisville, but typically Scanlan Field in Superior for most games.

TEAM CONSTRUCTION
Small team sizes to make sure that all players get a lot of action.

We form teams per our team formation policy which can be found here.

EQUIPMENT
MLL provides: pants, belt, socks, jersey, and ball cap - player keeps these items; bats, balls, and helmets.

You provide: shoes/cleats and glove

​Some parents choose to purchase a helmet or bat for their player which is fine. You will want to make sure the helmet meets the NOCSAE standard and that the bat meets the new Little League sanctioned bat standard.

GET INVOLVED
Please volunteer to be a Manager, Assistant Coach, or Team Parent. You can mark your interest when registering your child.

Base Cost: $170.00

Opened: 12/23/2019
Closes: 03/06/2020

Open to: Boys & Girls
born between: 09/01/2012 and 08/31/2014

9U Baseball: Minors Machine Pitch AA Spring 2020

The AA Machine Pitch division is designed for beginning and developing baseball players from ages 7-9. Kids learn the fundamental skills and game strategy of baseball. Coaches stress proper throwing and catching skills, base-running, tagging out players and, of course, hitting.

Coaches use Jugs Jr. Baseball Pitching Machines to pitch to players in AA. If the player doesn't make contact after a few pitches, the coach has the option to hand pitch a few to the player. Strike outs do occur but are far and few between. Kids also have the chance to work behind the plate again as a catcher. Also, towards the end of the season there will be an opportunity to try pitching.

WHO
Players ages 7-9 on August 31, 2020. See the Little League Age Chart for more information.
Players should have one-year of experience in organized baseball unless they are 9.

Players must live or attend school within the geographic boundaries defined for MLL.

WHEN

Season: Opening Day is on April 4th. The season ends on June 6th.
Practices: One to two hour practices will be held twice a week until 1st game. Then one practice a week from early April to early May. Then no practices from early May to early June. These are the minimum amount of practices. Coaches have discretion to add more if desire.

Games: Approximately 12 two-hour games will be played in the season. 1 game a week from early April to early May. Then two games a week from early May till end of season. Games will be midweek and/or on Saturdays.

WHERE
Any of our fields in Superior and Louisville, but typically Heritage Field in Louisville for most games.

TEAM CONSTRUCTION
Small team sizes to make sure that all players get a lot of action.

We form teams per our team formation policy which can be found here.

EQUIPMENT
MLL provides: pants, belt, socks, jersey, and ball cap - player keeps these items; bats, balls, helmets, and catching gear.

You provide: shoes/cleats and glove

​Some parents choose to purchase a helmet or bat for their player which is fine. You will want to make sure the helmet meets the NOCSAE standard and that the bat meets the new Little League sanctioned bat standard.

GET INVOLVED
Please volunteer to be a Manager, Coach, or Team Parent. You can mark your interest when registering your child.

Base Cost: $170.00

Opened: 12/23/2019
Closes: 03/06/2020

Open to: Boys & Girls
born between: 09/01/2010 and 08/31/2013

11U Baseball: Minors Kid Pitch AAA Spring 2020

The AAA Division is a competitive baseball league for primarily 9-10 year olds, and 11 year olds who need more development.

The AAA Kid Pitch Division is the most competitive Minor League division and is great preparation for playing in Major Division or Intermediate Division in future seasons. Generally, AAA players have at least 2 years of organized baseball experience, although this is not a requirement.

As in all MLL divisions, managers emphasize fundamentals, teamwork, player development and fun. In AAA, players pitch and walks are allowed, although a 5 maximum-run-per-inning rule is in place to keep games moving and to help in developing pitchers. Scores are kept, outs are recorded, and league standings are published on the MLL website. No hitting or pitching statistics are published however.

Players who register for AAA must attend an evaluation in late February/early March. The evaluation specific dates are listed on the website calendar. The purpose of the assessment is to ensure that players are registered for the division that best matches their playing level and to assist in forming balanced teams within each division. Players who desire to be on a Majors team but are deemed at a AAA quality level will be placed on a AAA team.

Teams in the AAA Division play in an end of the season tournament which is scheduled to begin on Monday, June 1 and complete on Saturday, June 6. Guaranteed minimum of two games. This is a unique experience for kids at this level of play!

Players in the AAA Division are also eligible for selection to an All-Star Team that will participate in a post-season tournament at the District level and potentially at the State level in July.  Tryouts will take place on Sunday, May 10, 2020. 

Also, new this year, we are considering creation of a team for interested players for entry into 1 or 2 tournaments external to our league during the middle of the season at the 10U or 11U level. If you are interested, simply click on the box in the registration signup.

WHO
Players ages 9 to 11 on August 31, 2020. See the Little League Age Chart for more information.
Players should have one-year of experience in organized baseball unless they are 11.

Players must live or attend school within the geographic boundaries defined for MLL.

WHEN

Season: Opening Day is on April 4th. The season ends on June 6th.

Practices: One to two hour practices will be held twice a week until 1st game. Then one to two practices a week until the end of the season. These are the minimum amount of practices. Coaches have discretion to add more if desire.

Games: Approximately 15 two-hour games will be played in the season as well an end of the season tournament. 1 game a week from early April to early May. Then two games a week from early May till end of season. Games will be midweek and/or on Saturdays.

WHERE
Any of our fields in Superior and Louisville, but typically Cleo, Enrietto, and LSC in Louisville for most games.

TEAM CONSTRUCTION

Teams are formed through a division draft.

Friend and coach requests are not accepted during the registration process.

More information on our team formation policy can be found here.

EQUIPMENT
MLL provides: pants, belt, socks, jersey, and ball cap - player keeps these items; bats, balls, helmets, and catching gear.

You provide: shoes/cleats and glove

​Some parents choose to purchase a helmet or bat for their player which is fine. You will want to make sure the helmet meets the NOCSAE standard and that the bat meets the new Little League sanctioned bat standard.

GET INVOLVED
Please volunteer to be a Manager, Coach, or Team Parent. You can mark your interest when registering your child.

Base Cost: $220.00

Opened: 12/23/2019
Closes: 02/29/2020

Open to: Boys & Girls
born between: 09/01/2008 and 08/31/2012

12U Baseball: Majors Spring 2020

The Majors Division is a competitive baseball league for primarily 11-12 year olds, and 10 year olds who have played at least 1 season of AAA.

As in all MLL divisions, managers emphasize fundamentals, teamwork, player development and fun.  In Majors, players pitch and walks are allowed. There is no maximum-run-per-inning rule in place.  There is a 10 run game ending mercy rule though. Scores are kept, outs are recorded, and the results can be reported on the MLL website. No hitting or pitching statistics are published however.

​Majors plays an interleague schedule against the teams in District 2. This means there will be travel to various other towns. See the list of teams in our district here. It also means the season will start in mid April and end in mid June (June 13, 2020), which is a longer season than AAA.

Players who register for the Majors must attend an evaluation n late February/early March.  Evaluations are listed on the website calendar. The purpose of the assessments is to ensure that players are registered for the division that best matches their playing level and to assist in forming balanced teams within each division. Players who desire to be on a Majors team but are deemed at a AAA quality level will be placed on a AAA team. 

Players in the Majors Division are also eligible for selection to an All-Star Team that will participate in a post-season tournament at the District level and potentially at the State level in July. Tryouts will take place on Sunday, May 10, 2020. 

Also, new this year, we are considering creation of a team for interested players for entry into 1 or 2 tournaments external to our league during the middle of the season at the 12U level. If you are interested, simply click on the box in the registration signup.

WHO
Players ages 10 to 12 on August 31, 2020. See the Little League Age Chart for more information. Players should have two years of experience in organized baseball unless they are 12.  

Players must live or attend school within the geographic boundaries defined for MLL.

WHEN

Season: Opening Day  for MLL is on April 4th. Season ends about June 13th.

Practices: One to two hour practices will be held 1 to 2 times a week until the end of the season. These are the minimum amount of practices. Coaches have discretion to add more if desire.

Games: Approximately 20 two-hour games will be played in the season and possibly an end of the season tournament within the District during the week of June 6-13. 

WHERE

Majors plays an interleague schedule against the teams in District 2. This means there will be travel to various other towns. See the list of fields in our district here

TEAM CONSTRUCTION

Teams are formed through a division draft.  

Friend and coach requests are not accepted during the registration process.  

More information on our team formation policy can be found here.

EQUIPMENT
MLL provides: pants, belt, socks, jersey, and ball cap - player keeps these items; bats, balls, helmets, and catching gear.

You provide: shoes/cleats and glove

​Some parents choose to purchase a helmet or bat for their player which is fine. You will want to make sure the helmet meets the NOCSAE standard and that the bat meets the new Little League sanctioned bat standard.

GET INVOLVED
Please volunteer to be a Manager, Coach, or Team Parent.  You can mark your interest when registering your child.

Base Cost: $220.00

Opened: 12/23/2019
Closes: 02/29/2020

Open to: Boys & Girls
born between: 09/01/2007 and 08/31/2010

13U Baseball: Intermediate (50/70) Spring 2020

The Intermediate 50/70 Division is a competitive baseball league for Little League Age 11-13 year olds. This division has rules that are more consistent with Juniors, including lead-offs, pick-offs, longer base paths and further grass/fence lines. There is no maximum-run-per-inning rule, but there is a 10 run game ending mercy rule. As in all MLL divisions, managers emphasize fundamentals, teamwork, player development and fun. 

​Intermediate 50/70 plays an interleague schedule against the teams in District 2. This means there will be travel to the various other towns. See the list of teams in our district hereIt also means the season will start in mid April and end in mid June (June 13, 2020).

Players who register for the Intermediate 50/70 must attend an evaluation. Evaluations are listed on the website calendar. The purpose of the assessments is to ensure that players are registered for the division that best matches their playing level and to assist in forming balanced teams within each division. Players who desire to be on an Intermediate 50/70 team but are deemed at a Majors quality level will be placed on a Majors team.

Players in the Intermediate 50/70 Division are eligible for selection to an All-Star Team that will participate in a post-season tournament at the District level and potentially at the State level in July.

WHO
Players ages 11 to 13 on August 31, 2020. See the Little League Age Chart for more information. Players should have two years of experience in organized baseball unless they are 13. 

Players must live or attend school within the geographic boundaries defined for MLL.

WHEN

Season: Opening Day for MLL is on April 4th. Season ends later about June 13th.

Practices: One to two hour practices will be held 1 to 2 times a week until the end of the season. These are the minimum amount of practices. Coaches have discretion to add more if desire.

Games: Approximately 20 two-hour games will be played in the season and possibly an end of the season tournament.

WHERE

Intermediate 50/70 plays an interleague schedule against the teams in District 2. This means there will be travel to the various other towns. See the list of fields in our district here.

TEAM CONSTRUCTION

Teams are formed through a division draft.

Friend and coach requests are not accepted during the registration process. 

More information on our team formation policy can be found here.

EQUIPMENT
MLL provides: pants, belt, socks, jersey, and ball cap - player keeps these items; bats, balls, helmets, and catching gear.

You provide: shoes/cleats and glove

​Some parents choose to purchase a helmet or bat for their player which is fine. You will want to make sure the helmet meets the NOCSAE standard and that the bat meets the new Little League sanctioned bat standard.

GET INVOLVED
Please volunteer to be a Manager, Coach, or Team Parent. You can mark your interest when registering your child.

Base Cost: $230.00

Opened: 12/23/2019
Closes: 02/29/2020

Open to: Boys & Girls
born between: 09/01/2006 and 08/31/2009

14U Baseball: Juniors Spring 2020

The Juniors Division is a competitive baseball league for Little League Age 13-14 year olds.  Juniors play at the major league size fields, have lead-offs, and pick-offs. There is no maximum run per inning rule in place, but there is a 10 run game ending mercy rule. As in all MLL divisions, managers emphasize fundamentals, teamwork, player development, and fun.

​Juniors plays an interleague schedule against the teams in District 2. This means there will be travel to  various other towns. See the list of teams in our district hereIt also means the season will start in mid April and end in mid June (June 13, 2020).

Players who register for the Juniors must attend an evaluation.  Evaluations are listed on the website calendarThe purpose of the assessments is to ensure that players are registered for the division that best matches their playing level and to assist in forming balanced teams within each division. Players who desire to be on a Juniors team but are deemed at an Intermediate 50/70 quality level will be placed on an Intermediate 50/70 team. 

Players in the Juniors Division are eligible for selection to an All-Star Team that will participate in a post-season tournament at the District level and potentially at the State level in July.

WHO
Players ages 13 to 14 on August 31, 2020. See the Little League Age Chart for more information. Players should have two years of experience in organized baseball unless they are 14.  

Players must live or attend school within the geographic boundaries defined for MLL.

WHEN

Season: Opening Day  for MLL is on April 4th. Season ends about June 13th.

Practices: One to two hour practices will be held 1 to 2 times a week until the end of the season. These are the minimum amount of practices. Coaches have discretion to add more if desire.

Games: Approximately 20 two-hour games will be played in the season and possibly an end of the season tournament. 

WHERE

Juniors plays an interleague schedule against the teams in District 2. This means there will be travel to the various other towns. See the list of fields in our district here

TEAM CONSTRUCTION

Teams are formed through a division draft.  

Friend and coach requests are not accepted during the registration process.  

More information on our team formation policy can be found here.

EQUIPMENT
MLL provides: pants, belt, socks, jersey, and ball cap - player keeps these items; bats, balls, helmets, and catching gear.

You provide: shoes/cleats and glove

​Some parents choose to purchase a helmet or bat for their player which is fine. You will want to make sure the helmet meets the NOCSAE standard and that the bat meets the new Little League sanctioned bat standard.

GET INVOLVED
Please volunteer to be a Manager, Coach, or Team Parent.  You can mark your interest when registering your child.

Base Cost: $240.00

Opened: 12/23/2019
Closes: 02/29/2020

Open to: Boys & Girls
born between: 09/01/2005 and 08/31/2007