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Baseball Divisions


What division is right for my child?

You need to take into consideration both the age and years of experience with baseball to find the right division for your child. Do not worry about picking the wrong division, we will help you figure it out after meeting them.

Tee Ball
The kids are usually between 4 and 6 years old. No prior experience is needed, most kids start in this division to get introduced to the basics of throwing, running, and fielding. The kids start out hitting on a tee and will experience pitching from a coach the last half of the season.

Farm A
The players in this division usually are ages 6 to 8. We recommend that they have a year of Tee Ball, but it is not required. In this division, we continue to build on their fundamentals. Our goal is to have them properly and safely catch baseballs thrown to them as well as become comfortable with hitting balls pitched at them.

Farm AA & Minors
The kids playing in this division should have at least one season of Farm A. The speed and rules of the game are starting to resemble the regular rules of baseball. Based on skill level, the kids are drafted onto teams between the two divisions. Kid pitch is introduced the last half of Farm AA and it is exclusively kid pitch for Minors. Most kids spend 3 to 4 years in Farm AA and Minors.

Majors
This is the most competitive division for Little League. The kids you see playing in the Little League World Series are from this division. The kids are drafted onto a team after a skills evaluation. Playing time is not equal in this division. The players are generally ages 9 to 12.

 

 

Registration Status - Fall Ball


Fall Ball 2021 Registration Closed

(Update 8/19/2021) Fall Ball 2021 registration is now closed except for Tee Ball. If you would like to be added to the waitlist, please email [email protected]

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There are no programs or divisions available at the moment. Please contact your club administrator with any questions.

Equipment Checklist


CLL will provide a league shirt for all players, to be returned at the end of the season. To keep all our players safe, every player is required to have their own:
  • Helmet
  • Bat
  • Glove
  • Protective cup for male players

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