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Early Bird Registration for Spring 2015

Please be aware that we will open Early Bird 2015 Spring registration on 1 October 2014 and it will run no later than 5 November 2014.  Rates and information will be posted as we get closer to the Early Bird Registration Event.  Early Bird will be offered exclusively online and we will not be holding onsite Early Bird registration events.

North Metro Little League Division Information

T-Ball Division (4-6 year olds) (Coed)
The T-Ball Division provides an instructional setting for young players to learn the fundamentals of baseball. The format for play is a combination of coach pitch and hitting from a batting tee. The season begins in late April and is comprised of 10 games, which are played on weekday evenings and Saturdays make up games, primarily at Mike Lansing Fields. The season concludes in late June. For both 4 & 5 year olds they must play T-Ball.
 

Coach Pitch (6-8 year olds)   (Coed)
The Coach Pitch Division provides an instructional, yet moderately competitive, setting for young players to learn the fundamentals of baseball or build on the skills they already have acquired. Players who are 6 years old should have at least one prior year experience playing T-Balll. The format for play follows traditional Little League baseball rules with shortened pitching (42-foot) and base running (50-foot) distances. Practices begin in Mid-March, and
games begin in April. Games are played on weekday evenings and Saturdays make up games, primarily at Mike Lansing Fields. The season concludes in mid-June.

Minors Baseball Division (7-11 year olds)
The Minors Division provides an instructional, yet moderately competitive, setting for player’s ages 7 through 11 to learn the fundamentals of baseball or build on the skills they already have acquired. The format for play follows traditional Little League baseball rules. The season begins in Mid-March and is comprised of approximately 20 to 25 games, which are played on weekday evenings and Saturdays, primarily at Northglenn Open Space and there are road games throughout the Metro Area. Additional exhibition or tournament games may be played during the regular season schedule. The season concludes in late June. Practices are up to each Coach they range from 1-4 practices per week. A Draft/Try-Out is required and 7-8 year olds can be moved down to Coach Pitch.

 

Players in the Minor’s Division are eligible for selection to an All-Star Team that will participate in post season tournament play at the District level and potentially the State level in July. Regional and National tournaments begin in early August.

 

 

Minors Softball Division (7-11 year olds)
The Minors Division provides an instructional, yet moderately competitive, setting for player’s ages 7 through 11 to learn the fundamentals of baseball or build on the skills they already have acquired. The format for play follows traditional Little League Softball rules. The season begins in Mid-March and is comprised of approximately 20 to 25 games, which are played on weekday evenings and Saturdays, primarily at Valley View Fields. Practices are up to each Coach they range from 1-4 practices per week. Additional exhibition or tournament games may be played during the regular season schedule. The season concludes in late June.

 

Players in the Minor’s Division are eligible for selection to an All-Star Team that will participate in post season tournament play at the District level and potentially the State level in July. Regional and National tournaments begin in early August

Majors Baseball 10-12 Division (10-12 year olds)
The Majors Division provides a more competitive setting for players to advance their baseball skills. Players interested in participating in the Majors 10 to 12 Division for the first time and returning players who do not wish to remain the property of their previous season’s team must attend a pre-season assessment to gain eligibility for the player draft. The season begins in Mid-March and is comprised of approximately 20 to 25 games, which are played on weekday evenings and Saturdays, primarily at Valley View Fields. Practices are up to each Coach they range from 1-4 practices per week. Additional exhibition or tournament games may be played during the regular season schedule. The season concludes in late June. A Draft/Try-Out is required and 10 & 11 year olds can be moved down to the Minors.

 

Players in the Majors 11/12 Division are eligible for selection to an All-Star Team that will participate in post season tournament play at the District level and potentially the State level in July. Regional and National tournaments begin in early August.

 

 

Majors Softball 10-12 Division (10-12 year olds)
The Majors 10 to 12 Division provides a more competitive setting for players to advance their baseball skills. Players interested in participating in the Majors 10 to 12 Division for the first time and returning players who do not wish to remain the property of their previous season’s team must attend a pre-season assessment to gain eligibility for the player draft. The season begins in Mid-March and is comprised of approximately 20 to 25 games, which are played on weekday evenings and Saturdays, primarily at Valley View Fields. Additional exhibition or tournament games may be played during the regular season schedule. Practices are up to each Coach they range from 1-4 practices per week. The season concludes in late June. A Draft/Try-Out is required and 10 & 11 year olds can be moved down to the Minors.
Players in the Majors 11/12 Division are eligible for selection to an All-Star Team that will participate in post season tournament play at the District level and potentially the State level in July. Regional and National tournaments begin in early August.

Intermediate (50/70) – (11-13 year olds)   Kids are allowed to Lead off
The Intermediate (50/70) Division is a newly sanctioned division for Little League in 2013 and provides a competitive setting for players to advance their baseball skills while preparing for the Juniors Division. Players interested in participating in the Intermediate (50/70) Division must attend a pre-season assessment to gain eligibility for the player draft. Practices are up to each Coach they range from 1-4 practices per week.

 

The format for play follows traditional baseball rules with a 50-foot pitching distance and 70-foot base paths. Practices begin in Mid-March, and games begin in April. Regular season games are played on Tuesday, Thursday evenings and Saturdays at a variety of locations. Additional exhibition or tournament games may be played during the regular season schedule. The regular season concludes in late-June.

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.

 

Junior Division (13-14 year olds)
The Junior Division provides a competitive setting for early teen players to advance their baseball skills. Players interested in participating in the Junior Division for the first time and returning players who do not wish to remain “the property” of their previous season’s team must attend a pre-season assessment to gain eligibility for the player draft.

The format for play follows traditional Little League baseball rules with 90-foot base paths. The season begins in May and is comprised of approximately 20 to 25 games. Practices are up to each Coach they range from 1-4 practices per week. Additional exhibition or tournament games may be played during the regular season schedule. Games are played on weekday evenings and Saturdays at a variety of locations. The regular season concludes in late-June.

Players in the Junior 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.
 

Senior Division (15-16 year olds)
The Senior Division provides a competitive setting for high school players to advance their baseball skills. Players interested in participating in the Senior Division for the first time and returning players who do not wish to remain “the property” of their previous season’s team must attend a pre-season assessment to gain eligibility for the player draft..

The format for play follows traditional Little League baseball rules with 90-foot base paths. Practices begin in mid-May, and games begin the first week of June. The season is comprised of approximately 15 to 18 games, and additional exhibition or tournament games may be played during the regular season schedule. Games frequently are played on Saturdays as double-headers, and some games are played on weekday evenings. Practices are up to each Coach they range from 1-4 practices per week. The Senior Division is an inter-league division with games played at a variety of locations in the metro area. The regular season concludes in late June.

Players in the Senior 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.

Spring 2015 Registration

Click to Register for NMLL 2014 Season

Registration for North Metro Little League’s 2015 Spring Season will open for Early Bird Registration on 1 Oct 2014.  Note that the registration site is hosted by Blue Sombrero, a Dick’s Sporting Goods Company. If you have any questions before or during the registration process, please be sure to email us at registration@nmll.org and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Go to http://registration.nmll.org/ to register.

 


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