Divisions

Tee ball (or T-ball)

This division is intended as an introduction for children to develop baseball skills and have fun. The pitcher is usually used for defensive purposes only. The ball is placed on an adjustable tee atop the home plate at a suitable height for the batter to strike.  Most of the other rules are similar or identical to those of baseball, though the game is played on a smaller field.

In Tee ball, an inning is completed once the defensive team has made three outs or once through the lineup.

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Instructional

Ages 7 & 8 (Ages as of April 30th)
The primary goal of the Instructional Baseball Program for 7 and 8 year olds is to teach the fundamentals and rules of the game. At this level the coaches will focus on individual skill improvements and the basics of team strategies. Players will be introduced to competition at this level; however, the primary focus remains on skill development and the enjoyment of participation. At this level, players will start to pitch. Players will be introduced to competition at this level, although the main focus remains on skills development and having fun. Play is designed to give the player every opportunity to develop their pitching, fielding and hitting skills.

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Minors

Minor League Ages 9 & 10 (Ages as of April 30th)
The primary goal of the Minor Baseball Program for 9 and 10 year olds is to reinforce the fundamentals and rules of the game which were taught during the Instructional Program. Additional concepts (e.g. stealing bases) which were not previously covered will also be introduced. At this level the coaches will continue to focus on individual skill improvements and the basics of team strategies. While the main focus remains on skill development and the enjoyment of participation, players will compete and games will resemble as much as possible, the “true” game of baseball.
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Majors

Ages: 11 & 12 (as of April 30th)
Description: At this level, most players have gained a good knowledge of the game and have developed the fundamental skills needed. Coaches continue to develop individual skills and advanced team strategies. Players at this level will refine their skills in preparation for the Senior Baseball program.


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Junior League 

(Ages 13/14 as of April 30th)
Players at these levels begin to understand the subtleties of the team game and have the chance to develop their skills into a total offensive/defensive package. Coaches are aware that some players may want to advance into high school programs and will coordinate their teaching methods with those practiced at schools in the local area.


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Stallions

(Ages 15-18 as of 30 April)
Players at these levels begin to understand the subtleties of the team game and have the chance to develop their skills into a total offensive/defensive package. Coaches are aware that some players may want to advance into high school programs and will coordinate their teaching methods with those practiced at schools in the local area.


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