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Fall Ball 2017:

This year's Fall Ball program will run for 4 weeks, 2 days a week, from August 8th to August 31st.  For a player to be eligible for fall ball, they must be at least 5 years old, AND be planning to play during the 2018 Little League season.

We will be dividing the players into different age/ability groups based on the number of sign-ups we receive at each age.  We are planning to have both baseball and softball fall ball sessions.  Sessions will run Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (or shorter duration for the real young kids).  For the first day on August 8th, everyone will meet on A Field at 6:00 PM and we'll split kids up to different fields/coaches from there.  There will be no session on August 15th; that week Fall Ball will be on August 16th and 17th instead.

For all groups, each session will be a combination of practicing age-specific drill(s), going over some specific game situations, and scrimmaging.  There won't be set teams like there are in the regular season; this gives everyone the flexibility to miss a day as needed for vacation, etc.  Our goal is give the kids an opportunity to have fun, develop their skills, and get a good head start going into next season.
 
To make this all work, volunteers are crucial and welcome! Anyone who is able to help us out this fall should contact us at the link below - the more volunteers we have, the more time we'll be able to spend with each player working on individual skills and improvement areas.  Also, if there are any questions about whether your child is eligible or whether the Fall Ball program is suitable for them, don't hesitate to contact us.


Regular Season Levels:

T-Ball:

T-Ball is a non-competitive division for players league age 5 and 6, and for 7 year old's who need more playing experience.  All players bat and play the field each inning, and no scores are kept.  Games are played on Saturday mornings and are limited to 60 minutes. Players are placed on teams primarily by school or geographic area by the league Player Agent.

A Baseball:

Minor A Baseball is a non-competitive division for players league age 7 and 8, and for 6 year old's who have already played one year of T-Ball.  Pitching in this division will be by pitching machines operated by an adult.  The rules have been modified to give each player more opportunity to excel.  Games are played on weeknights and Saturdays (times vary) and are limited to 90 minutes.  Players are placed on teams primarily by school or geographic area by the league Player Agent. Roster size depends on the number of players and coaches available.

AA Baseball:

Minor AA Baseball is a non-competitive division for players league age 8 and 9, and for 7 year old's who are ready to move beyond our Minor A level. Pitching in this division will be by pitching machines operated by an adult, and will be set to a faster speed than in A-ball.  The standard three strike rule is used at this level.  Games are played on weeknights and Saturdays (times vary) and last about 2 hours. Players are placed on teams primarily by school or geographic area by the league Player Agent. Roster size depends on the number of players and coaches available.

AAA Baseball:

Minor AAA Baseball is a competitive division for players league age 9 to 11, and for 8 year old's that are ready to move to beyond our Minor AA level. This is the first level of player pitch. Games are played on weeknights and Saturdays (times vary) and last about 2 hours. This level will play inter-league games that will involve travel to other leagues in our district. Players need to attend at least one of the skills assessments. It is highly recommended that players attend both Skill Assessment sessions. Players are placed on teams through a draft after skills assessments are complete. Roster size depends on the number of players and coaches available. 

Majors Baseball:

Majors Baseball is a competitive division for players league age 9 to 12. Players need to attend at least one of the skills assessments. It is highly recommended that players attend both Skill Assessment sessions. Games are played on weeknights and Saturdays (times vary) and last about 2 hours. This level will play inter-league games that will involve travel to other leagues in our district. Players are placed on teams through a draft after skills assessments are complete. Roster size is 12 or 13 depending on the number of players and coaches available. Players 11 and 12 are also eligible to play in the Intermediate Division.

Intermediate Baseball:

Intermediate Baseball is a competitive division for players league age 11 to 13. Players need to attend at least one of the skills assessments. It is highly recommended that players attend both Skill Assessment sessions. It is Little Leagues newest division created to allow more advanced players a higher level of baseball. It is played on a field with a pitching distance of 50 feet and bases that are 70 feet apart. Little League created it as a stepping stone to the 90' Field. The rules follow the upper levels of Little League in which it allows for leading off, pick off attempts, big barrel bats ( must meet Little League Specs). Those are just a few of the differences. Most of the play will be double headers on the weekends and will involve travel to other leagues in our district as well as other districts in the Puget Sound Region.Players are placed on teams through a draft after skills assessments are complete. Roster size is 12 or 13 depending on the number of players and coaches available. 11 and 12 year old players are encouraged to participate in our Majors Division also.

Junior & Senior Baseball:

Junior & Senior Baseball is a competitive division for players league age 13 to 16. Players need to attend at least one of the skills assessments. It is highly recommended that players attend both Skill Assessment sessions. It is Little Leagues newest division created to allow more advanced players a higher level of baseball. It is played on a field with a pitching distance of 60 feet and bases that are 90 feet apart. The rules allow for leading off, pick off attempts, big barrel bats (must meet Little League Specs). Those are just a few of the differences. Most of the play will be double headers on the weekends and will involve travel to other leagues in our district as well as other districts in the Puget Sound Region. Players are placed on teams through a draft after skills assessments are complete. Roster size is 12 or 13 depending on the number of players and coaches available.

 

AA Softball:

AA Softball is a non-competitive division for players league age 7 and 8, and for 6 year old's who have already played one year of T-Ball.  Pitching in this division will be by pitching machines operated by an adult.  The rules have been modified to give each player more opportunity to excel.  Games are played on weeknights and Saturdays (times vary) and are last about 2 hours.  Players are placed on teams primarily by school or geographic area by the league Player Agent. Roster size depends on the number of players and coaches available.

AAA Softball:

AAA Softball is a competitive division for players league age 9 to 11, and for 8 year old's that are ready to move to beyond our Minor AA level. This is the first level of player pitch. Games are played on weeknights and Saturdays (times vary) and last about 2 hours. This level will play inter-league games that will involve travel to other leagues in our district. Players need to attend at least one of the skills assessments. It is highly recommended that players attend both Skill Assessment sessions. Players are placed on teams through a draft after skills assessments are complete. Roster size depends on the number of players and coaches available.


Majors Softball: 

Majors Softball is a competitive division for players league age 9 to 12. Players need to attend at least one of the skills assessments. It is highly recommended that players attend both Skill Assessment sessions. Games are played on weeknights and Saturdays (times vary) and last about 2 hours. This level will play inter-league games that will involve travel to other leagues in our district. Players are placed on teams through a draft after skills assessments are complete. Roster size is 12 or 13 depending on the number of players and coaches available.

Junior/Senior Softball:

Junior/Senior Softball is a competitive division for players league age 12 to 16. Players need to attend at least one of the skills assessments. It is highly recommended that players attend both Skill Assessment sessions. Games are played on weeknights and double headers on Saturdays (times vary) and last about 2 hours. This level will play inter-league games that will involve travel to other leagues in our district. Players are placed on teams through a draft after skills assessments are complete. Roster size is 12 or 13 depending on the number of players and coaches available.

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