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T-Ball Division (League Age 4-6; 7 year olds also ok if new to the sport)
Coach Pitch Division (League Age 7-8; 6 year olds ok with assessment, 9 year olds ok if new to the sport)
Farm Division (League Age 9-11)
Major Division (League Age 11-12)
Intermediate Division (League Age 11-13)

2019 Little League Baseball Age Determination Chart

Please note that Baseball and Softball have different age determination charts.  Baseball runs from September 1-August 31 and Softball is from January 1-December 31.  So a girl born on June 30, 2007 will be a baseball league age 12 while she would be a softball league age 11.


T-Ball Division (League Age 4-6; 7 year olds also ok if new to the sport)

In the T-Ball division, we focus on small teams and teaching children the basics of baseball.  Children hit off a tee, there are no outs recorded and all children bat each inning.  Games generally are about 3 innings long (approximately 1 hour) and for most of the season will be on Saturdays only, with one weekday (1-1.5 hour) practice.  In June there may be one weekday game and one Saturday game.

We have also partnered with NBS Core Training Academy to lead two team practices at the beginning of the season (coaches, parents, and players invited).

Coach Pitch Division (League Age 7-8; 6 year olds ok with assessment, 9 year olds ok if new to the sport)

In the Coach Pitch division, coaches will pitch to players who will have a limited number of swings to reach base.  Outs are recorded and teams have a limit of 5 runs scored per inning (no limit in final inning).  Games are 6 innings and up to 2 hours in length.

There is one weekday practice and one weekend practice (both 1.5 hours in length), and once games begin there is generally a weekday practice, a weekday game, and a Saturday game.  Makeup games are played on Sunday unless otherwise arranged by coaches.  

There is a minimum of 12 regular season games scheduled and an end of season single-elimination tournament for all teams.

Farm Division (League Age 9-11)

In the Farm division, players will pitch from a mound 45 feet away (pitch counts limited as per Little League rules).  Outs are recorded and teams have a limit of 5 runs scored per inning (no limit in final inning).  Games are 6 innings and up to 2 hours in length.

There is one weekday practice and one weekend practice (both 1.5 hours in length), and once games begin there is generally a weekday practice, a weekday game, and a Saturday game.  Makeup games are played on Sunday unless otherwise arranged by coaches.  

There is a minimum of 12 regular season games scheduled and an end of season single-elimination tournament for all teams.

Major Division (League Age 11-12)

In the Major division, players will pitch from a mound 45 feet away (pitch counts limited as per Little League rules).  Games are 6 innings and up to 2 hours in length.

There is one weekday practice and one weekend practice (both 1.5 hours in length), and once games begin there is generally a weekday practice, two weekday games, and a Saturday game.  Makeup games are played on Sunday unless otherwise arranged by coaches.  

There is a minimum of 12 regular season games scheduled and an end of season single-elimination tournament for all teams.


Intermediate Division (League Age 11-13)

In the Intermediate division, base lengths are 70 feet and the pitching mound is 50 feet away.  Standard baseball rules apply, including leading from bases.  Games are 7 innings and up to 2.5 hours in length.

This team will play most games on Sunday and will travel to other towns in Connecticut.  Past opponents have included Weston, Fairfield, Ridgefield, Coginchaug, Killingsworth, Guilford, and Cheshire.  

Players may choose to play Intermediate division and Majors division simultaneously, the games will not overlap.  Pitching rules do apply across both divisions.  There is a discount for players who play in both divisions.

A deposit of $50 is required to register.  If we do not have enough enrollment then your deposit will be refunded.

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