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Minor League (ages 9 and 10 as of April 30, 2019)


The Minor League Rules can be found by clicking here.

 

Registration: Register online at www.marsbaseball.com and pay online.  Registration ends on February 28.

What: The pitching distance is 46 feet.  All players must play a minimum of 2 innings in the infield.  No player may pitch more than 2 innings during any game.

Ages: Players who are 9 or 10 as of April 30, 2020 

Team Announcements: You will receive notification of your child’s team placement on or before March 31.

Practices: Practices will begin on or after April 1.  Teams will be scheduled to practice twice each week from April 1 through Baseball Opening Day.

Practice Times: Practices will be scheduled as early as 6 pm on Monday through Friday.  Practices may also be scheduled on Saturdays.  Teams may also have the opportunity to practice indoors one time in April at No Offseason Baseball.

Baseball Opening Day has not been officially scheduled but likely will be Saturday, April 27. All teams will play at least one game and pictures will be taken.

Season Length (games): Baseball Opening Day through approximately June 15. 

Typical Game Schedule: 12 scheduled regular season games plus playoffs.  We will make every effort to make sure that every team plays a minimum of 10 games during the regular season (weather permitting).  Games will not be played on Thursdays or Sundays.

Time of Games: The earliest game on Saturday will be  9am.  During the week, games will begin at 6:00 pm.

Practice and Game Locations: Adams 1&2 and Adams Township Park

Team Assignments: Players will be placed on teams after a formal player evaluation.  At an in person meeting with the Commissioner and Head Coach of each team, teams will be balanced based on the evaluated skill level of the players (and the pitching will be scrutinized closely).

Commissioner: If you are interested in being a 9U or a 10U Commissioner, please e-mail  @hotmail.com in January. 

Equipment Provided/Equipment Needed: The league provides hats, jerseys and practice/game balls.  Most players prefer to purchase their own bat although they can typically borrow a bat from a teammate.  All bats must be USA approved only.  Players will also need to purchase a helmet, gray baseball pants and cleats and may want to purchase a bat bag.