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2023 Spring Baseball


Little League Registration now open: Register by March 1 - Shelter Island  Reporter

Become a Little League Volunteer
 
Little League relies on a devoted legion of adult volunteers to help ensure that the organization remains structured and runs smoothly. Your local Little League program is always looking for responsible and enthusiastic individuals to support and coordinate Little League events and activities. All parents of children involved in Little League are strongly encouraged to volunteer.
 
On rare occasions, Little League, through District Administrators and your local Board of Directors, may deny individuals the privilege of volunteering for reasons, past or present, that may be detrimental to the positive development of young people, other volunteers, and/or Little League International.
 
When you apply to become a volunteer, you give the local Little League organization the right to conduct necessary background checks.
 
Sign up to volunteer on Sports Connect. Choose the position you are interested in, and you will be prompted to complete information about the position.

Step #1 Login to Sports Connect 
Step #2 Go to your account and select volunteer on the left menu.
Step #3 Click on the find volunteer roles button towards the top right of the page and select the volunteer role for the current season and desired division. You will see available volunteer opportunities for all players registered under your account profile.
Step #4 Select the volunteer role(s) by division (ex: Coach Pitch, Minor A, etc) and sign up as a registered user. Select continue at the bottom of the page and fill out the volunteer application. All selected volunteer opportunities will appear at the top of the page. Tip: You can select more than one volunteer role in multiple divisions. 



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Establish a Little Leaguer's residency inside the boundaries of a league
 
For a child to be a Little Leaguer®, eligibility must first be established by way of residency inside the boundaries of a local Little League®, or the location of the school where the child attends is located inside a local league’s boundaries that is approved by Little League Baseball, Incorporated including but not limited to Crockett, El Sobrante, Hercules, Pinole, Rodeo, Tara Hills, parts of Richmond and San Pablo.

 
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The League Age Determination Date - Age Charts Decides a Player's Division
 
Little League structures its divisions to allow children to participate in various divisions based on their league age, so that players and parents can have an enjoyable Little League experience. Before players can put on their Little League uniform, they need to determine their league age. Little League International publishes official age charts that are the best way to determine a player’s League Age.
 
 
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BASEBALL DIVISIONS OF PLAY
 
Tee Ball
League Ages 4 – 5
Players league ages 4 and 5 are eligible to play Tee Ball. This is entry level to learn the fundamentals of baseball. Tee Ball players hit off a batting tee. A soft compression baseball is used. Rules of the game are designed to accommodate teaching. The goals of Tee Ball are to instruct fundamentals of baseball, experience the value of teamwork and the opportunity to play with friends. No score is kept, no outs can be made, and the last batter in each inning clears the bases. Games are on Saturdays with one practice per week.
 
Minor A
League Ages 5 – 6
Players league ages 5 and 6 are eligible to play Minor A baseball. The team coach pitches the ball, and a pitching machine may be used on 50' field. A soft compression baseball is used. Rules of the game are designed to accommodate teaching and instructional to learn the game fundamentals in non-competitive division. Put outs can be made at the bases. Outs are not tallied. No score is kept. Usually, one half of the line-up bats per inning. Games are on Saturdays with one practice per week.
 
Minor AA
League Ages 7 – 8
Players league ages 7 and 8 are eligible to play Minor AA baseball in competitive player pitch division on 60’ field. A hard baseball is used. Develop knowledge and understanding of rules and interpreting instructions. Develop throwing motion, tracking the ball to field and catch. Recognizing general strike zone and batting at overhand pitches. Players may steal bases, balls and non-swinging strikes are called, runs are scored, and outs are recorded. Skills assessments are required for all players. Teams may play against AA teams within District 4. No post season tournament games at this level.
 
Minor AAA
League Ages 9 - 11
Players league ages 9 to 11 are eligible to play Minor AAA baseball on 60’ field with 46’ pitching. Skills assessments are required for all players. Teams play against Minor AAA teams within District 4. A Tournament of Champions is held at the end of the season for all league champions in the District. An All Star team will be formed at the end of the season consisting of top players selected to participate in Little League tournament.
 
Major
League Ages 10 - 12
Players league ages 10 to 12 are eligible to play Major baseball. Major baseball is also known as the Little League baseball division. Skills assessments are required for all players. Teams play against Major teams within District 4. A Tournament of Champions is held at the end of the season for all league champions in the District. An All Star team will be formed at the end of the season consisting of top players selected to participate in Little League tournament.
 
Intermediate (50/70)
League Ages 11 -13
Players league ages 11 to 13 are eligible to play Intermediate baseball on 70’ field with 50’ pitching. Intermediate is the transition from Minor/Major pitching and bases on 46’/60’ field to 50’/70’ field preparing for move to higher divisions and high school 60’/90’ field. Base runners may lead off bases and steal bases. Pitchers can be called for balks and attempt pick-off to bases. Skills assessments are required for all players. Teams play against Intermediate teams within District 4. A Tournament of Champions is held at the end of the season for all league champions in the District. An All Star team will be formed at the end of the season consisting of top players selected to participate in Little League tournament.
 
Junior
League Ages 12 -14
Players league ages 12 to 14 are eligible to play Junior baseball on 90’ field with 60’ pitching. Skills assessments are required for all players. Teams play against Junior teams within District 4. A Tournament of Champions is held at the end of the season for all league champions in the District. An All Star team will be formed at the end of the season consisting of top players selected to participate in Little League tournament.
 
Challenger
Little League adaptive baseball program for individuals with physical and intellectual challenges.

Tee Ball - Little League Baseball

Registration closes on 12/10/2022 at 11:59 PM
Season Dates: 03/11/2023 to 06/03/2023
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$200.00

Minor - Coach/Machine Pitch - Baseball

Registration closes on 12/10/2022 at 11:59 PM
Season Dates: 03/11/2023 to 06/03/2023
Show Details
$200.00

Minor - Player Pitch - Little League Baseball

Registration closes on 12/10/2022 at 11:59 PM
Season Dates: 03/11/2023 to 06/03/2023
Show Details
$250.00

Major - Little League Baseball

Registration closes on 12/11/2022 at 11:59 PM
Season Dates: 03/11/2023 to 06/03/2023
Show Details
$300.00

Junior - Little League Baseball

Registration closes on 12/11/2022 at 11:59 PM
Season Dates: 03/11/2023 to 06/03/2023
Show Details
$300.00

Challenger - Little League Challenger Division

Registration closes on 12/11/2022 at 11:59 PM
Season Dates: 03/11/2023 to 06/03/2023
Show Details
$0.00

2023 Spring Softball


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Become a Little League Volunteer
 
Little League relies on a devoted legion of adult volunteers to help ensure that the organization remains structured and runs smoothly. Your local Little League program is always looking for responsible and enthusiastic individuals to support and coordinate Little League events and activities. All parents of children involved in Little League are strongly encouraged to volunteer.
 
On rare occasions, Little League, through District Administrators and your local Board of Directors, may deny individuals the privilege of volunteering for reasons, past or present, that may be detrimental to the positive development of young people, other volunteers, and/or Little League International.
 
When you apply to become a volunteer, you give the local Little League organization the right to conduct necessary background checks.
 
Sign up to volunteer on Sports Connect. Choose the position you are interested in, and you will be prompted to complete information about the position.

Step #1 Login to Sports Connect 
Step #2 Go to your account and select volunteer on the left menu.
Step #3 Click on the find volunteer roles button towards the top right of the page and select the volunteer role for the current season and desired division. You will see available volunteer opportunities for all players registered under your account profile.
Step #4 Select the volunteer role(s) by division (ex: Coach Pitch, Minor A, etc) and sign up as a registered user. Select continue at the bottom of the page and fill out the volunteer application. All selected volunteer opportunities will appear at the top of the page. Tip: You can select more than one volunteer role in multiple divisions. 



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Establish a Little Leaguer's residency inside the boundaries of a league
 
For a child to be a Little Leaguer®, eligibility must first be established by way of residency inside the boundaries of a local Little League®, or the location of the school where the child attends is located inside a local league’s boundaries that is approved by Little League Baseball, Incorporated including but not limited to Crockett, El Sobrante, Hercules, Pinole, Rodeo, Tara Hills, parts of Richmond and San Pablo.

 
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The League Age Determination Date - Age Charts Decides a Player's Division
 
Little League structures its divisions to allow children to participate in various divisions based on their league age, so that players and parents can have an enjoyable Little League experience. Before players can put on their Little League uniform, they need to determine their league age. Little League International publishes official age charts that are the best way to determine a player’s League Age.
 

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SOFTBALL DIVISIONS OF PLAY

Minor A
League Ages 6 – 7
Players league ages 6 and 7 are eligible to participate. This is entry-level softball featuring Coach pitch and an 11” soft compression softball. There is no Player pitching according to Little League Rules. Teams may play against A teams within District 4. No post season tournament games at this level.
 
Minor AA
League Ages 8 – 9 (10)
Players league ages 8 and 9 are eligible for AA softball. Players age 10 who have never played may participate at this level to acquire knowledge and experience. AA Softball is a slightly modified version of the AAA program. This entry level development division features Coach and Player pitch and uses an 11” hard softball. Skills assessments are required for all players. Teams play against AA teams within District 4. No post season tournament games at this level.
 
Minor AAA
League Ages (9) 10 – 11 (12)
Players league ages (9), 10, and 11 are eligible for AAA softball. Players age 12 who have never played may participate at this level to acquire knowledge and experience. Skills assessments are required for all players. AAA softball is a progression step to prepare players for the Major Division. This is a Player Pitch only Division. Players use an 11” hard softball. Players age 12 may not pitch in AAA softball. Teams play against AAA teams within District 4. A Tournament of Champions is held at the end of the season for all league champions in the District. An All Star team will be formed at the end of the season consisting of top players selected to participate in Little League tournament.
  
MAJOR
League Ages (10) 11 – 12
Players league ages (10), 11, and 12 are eligible for Major softball. It is played with a 12” hard softball. Skills assessments are required for all players. Teams play against Major teams within District 4. A Tournament of Champions is held at the end of the season for all league champions in the District. An All Star team will be formed at the end of the season consisting of top players selected to participate in Little League tournament.
 
SENIOR
League Ages 13 - 16
Players league ages 13 to 16 are eligible to play Senior softball. It is played with a 12” hard softball. Skills assessments are required for all players. Teams play against Senior teams within District 4. A Tournament of Champions is held at the end of the season for all league champions in the District. An All Star team will be formed at the end of the season consisting of top players selected to participate in Little League tournament.

Minor - Coach/Machine Pitch

Registration closes on 12/11/2022 at 11:59 PM
Season Dates: 03/11/2023 to 06/03/2023
Show Details
$200.00

Minor - Player Pitch

Registration closes on 12/11/2022 at 11:59 PM
Season Dates: 03/11/2023 to 06/03/2023
Show Details
$250.00

Major - Little League Softball

Registration closes on 12/11/2022 at 11:59 PM
Season Dates: 03/11/2023 to 06/03/2023
Show Details
$300.00

Senior - Little League Softball

Registration closes on 12/11/2022 at 11:59 PM
Season Dates: 03/11/2023 to 06/03/2023
Show Details
$300.00
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