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T-Ball

4-5 years of age, Coed

The T-Ball Division provides an instructional setting for young players to learn the fundamentals of baseball. Players learn in a high success environment, hitting from a tee.  The season begins in April and finishes in June. Typically players attend one practice and one game each week, the majority of which are on weekdays. Make-up games and occasional special events may occur on Saturdays.  Most games and practices are at the Mike Lansing T-ball Fields. This division is targeted at the beginning player; five-year-olds with no prior experience should play T-Ball.

Coach Pitch / Machine Pitch (CP/MP)

6-8 years of age, Coed

The Machine Pitch/Coach Pitch Division provides a combination of moderately competitive, yet instructional, setting for players aged 6-8 to continue building on the fundamentals of baseball they already have acquired.  In addition, it provides players in the 6-8 year range that are transitioning out of T-Ball to have a coach pitch option that provides an instructional setting to continue building on the fundamentals acquired in T-Ball . The format for play follows traditional Little League Minor Division Baseball rules. The season begins in April and finishes in June. Most games and practices are at the Mike Lansing T-Ball Fields. 

Minors

7-11 years of age

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. Games are primarily played at Northglenn Open Space, with some 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, and can range from 1-4 practices per week.

A draft/try-out is required. 7-8 year olds could be moved down to Coach Pitch, based on skill level and number of players in the division.

Players in the Minors 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

10-12 years of age

The Majors Division provides a more competitive setting for players to advance their baseball skills. 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, and can 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. 10-11 year olds can be moved down to the Minors, based on skill level and number of players in the division. Players interested in participating in the Majors Division for the first time and returning players who do not wish to remain on their previous season’s team must attend a pre-season assessment to gain eligibility for the player draft. 

Players in the Majors 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 years of age

The Intermediate (50/70) Division provides a competitive setting for players to advance their baseball skills while preparing for the Juniors Division. Practices are up to each coach, and can 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. Kids are allowed to lead off from bases. Practices begin in Mid-March, and games begin in April. Regular season games are played on Tuesday and 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 interested in participating in the Intermediate (50/70) Division must attend a pre-season assessment to gain eligibility for the player draft.

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.

Juniors

13-14 years of age

The Junior Division provides a competitive setting for early teen players to advance their baseball skills. 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, and can 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 interested in participating in the Junior Division for the first time and returning players who do not wish to remain on their previous season’s team must attend a pre-season assessment to gain eligibility for the player draft.

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.

Seniors

15-16 years of age

The Senior Division provides a competitive setting for high school players to advance their baseball skills. 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, and can 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 interested in participating in the Senior Division for the first time and returning players who do not wish to remain on their previous season’s team must attend a pre-season assessment to gain eligibility for the player draft.

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.

 

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