3-4 Year Old T-Ball:
Fun-De-Mentals of the game are the key to this age group. The idea that the ball is round and rolls and that there is a big difference between grasshoppers and crickets is the mental part. Swinging the bat and hitting the ball, along with catching and throwing, is the fun part.
4-5 Year Old T-Ball:
By playing, children are winning. In this age group, baseball skills are developed and improved. Players learn more about the game with little emphasis on competition. Hitting, fielding, throwing, running the bases and catching are the key skills for this age.
6 Year Old Modified Coach Pitch:
Modified Coach Pitch allows participants the opportunity to continue to learn the fundamentals of the game as they transition into Coach Pitch play. This program allows kids who do not hit one of three pitches, to then hit off the tee.
7-9 Coach Pitch:
Baseball without the pressure. This league helps develop eye - hand coordination through the game of baseball. The coach or a designated parent will pitch to each batter on their team.
9-10 Kid Pitch:
The first introduction to real baseball. This is an instructional program with the focus on baseball development in a fun, non-competitive environment.
10-12 Kid Pitch:
Still want to keep playing the great game of Baseball. This is an instructional program with the focus on baseball development in a fun, non-competitive environment.
League fees range from $75 - $80 per season and will play 6-8 games based on the division. The league fee covers the game field, officials, uniforms and the online Sports Illustrated System. Practices are optional and are not part of the fee structure.
Youth T-ball, Coach Pitch and Kid Pitch Rules