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Instructional Divisions
Tee Ball
(age 5-6)
Focus: Learning the basics of catching, throwing and hitting using an instructional batting tee. Players will leave tee ball with a basic understanding of the game objective (hit and run on offense, field and throw on defense) as well as the physical skills needed to play. Coach pitch can be introduced as the players’ skills progress.
Brad Rittenhouse, Grace Rittenhouse
(age 6-7)
FocusExpanding on Tee Ball skills, players refine their hitting, throwing, and catching. Coaches pitch initially, with player pitching introduced later in the season. Players also learn key game rules and the roles of each position. By season's end, they'll understand the basics of each role on the field.
Rep: Adam Castaldo

Competitive Divisions (draftable)
(age 8-9)
FocusFull introduction to traditional baseball rules including walks, strikeouts, and steals. Scores are recorded and player evaluations are conducted for team drafts. The division is entirely player-pitched and concludes with a post-season tournament.
Rep: Rich Munson

(age 9-11)
Focus: Learning advanced game strategies like hitting and pitching signs. AAA is the talent pool for the 9/10-year-old All-Star Team. The Spring Season wraps up with the Tournament of Champions (TOC) tournament against other leagues in D54.
Rep: Paul Gerhart
(age 10-12)
Focus: Learn advanced baseball rules and strategies. Players are expected to have strong, consistent catching and throwing skills. This division takes part in the Tournament of Champions (TOC) before All-Stars kick off.
Rep: Tom Lange
Intermediate (50/70)
(age 13)
Focus: Preparation for the Juniors level/high school baseball by introducing a larger playing field with 50' from mound to plate and 70' between bases. Rules align closely with the Juniors division. Players also participate in the Tournament of Champions (TOC) before the start of All-Stars.
Rep: Julie Bedell
(age 14-15)
Focus: Alternative to high school baseball, featuring a regulation-sized field with a 60' mound and 90' bases.  Players compete in the Tournament of Champions (TOC).
Rep: Julie Bedell

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