Beverly Hills Little League (Michigan): Welcome

Established in 1960, Beverly Hills Little League (BHLL) is part of the world's largest organized youth sports program - Little League International. Our local league is part of Michigan Little League District 4.

BHLL is dedicated to providing the community with a healthy and fun environment for our kids to learn the game and compete in a sportsmanlike fashion.  We invite you to join us in our mission to build the good citizens of tomorrow.  Volunteer today and help us make a difference in a young ballplayer's life. 

For questions please contact BHLL at bevhillsll@yahoo.com



New! Baseball Clinics in December

Register now for Fielding, Hitting and Pitching clinics for baseball players ages 9, 10, 11, and 12. The clinics will be run by Groves High School Varsity Baseball Head Coach, Shawn Morrison.  

Sign up for one, two or all three days – limited to 20 players per session. Cost is $20 per session – each session is two hours. 

12/27/16; Fielding Clinic with Coach Morrison, ages 9-12; 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm ($20) - limit 20 players per session.

12/28/16; Hitting Clinic with Coach Morrison, ages 9-12; 1:30 pm - 3:30 ($20) - limit 20 players per session.

12/29/16; Pitching Clinic with Coach Morrison, ages 9-12; 1:30 pm - 3:30 ($20) - limit 20 players per session.   

You do not have to be a registered player of the Beverly Hills Little League to participate at this early date. All three days are at the GUTS Training Facility - 1008 Orchard Street - Ferndale Wear gym shoes (no cleats) and bring your glove. Each player will get a tee shirt (included) 

 



Register Now for the 2017 Season!

 

 

Early registration is now open. Register now to avoid processing fees.

Divisions Available in 2017

T-Ball (Ages 4-6)

Age as of 12/31/2016 for 4 year olds and 08/31/2017 for 5 and 6 year olds.

Open to boys and girls. Players learn the fundamentals of baseball using softer than usual baseballs and a tee for hitting. The games are three innings long or one hour and all players field and bat. No Scores or Standings are kept.

Coaches usually have one practice during the week on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, or Friday at either 5:30 PM or 6:30 PM and one practice on Saturday morning. Practices will begin once we can get on the fields, usually middle of April and will stop once the season starts. Games will start Monday May 1st and the season will end before summer vacation starts for Birmingham Public Schools, which is June 16th 2017.

One game will be played during the week (Monday, Tuesday, or Thursday) and one game on Saturday morning.

All weekday games start at 6 PM and will run for no more than an hour or 3 innings whichever comes first. Saturday games are at 9:30 AM, 11 AM, or 1 PM. Games and practices will be held on the baseball fields behind Bingham Farms Elementary. 

Youth Baseball (Ages 7-8)

Age as of 08/31/2017

The Youth Division is designed primarily for 7 & 8 year-olds (1st & 2nd grade) or 6 year-olds who have already completed two seasons of T-ball. Youth baseball focuses on fundamental skill development and understanding of rules of the game. Coaches pitch to their own team throughout the game. Each inning ends once the defensive team records three outs or after every offensive team player bats.Games are a minimum of 3 innings long, with a maximum length of 1hr 15min. No scores or standings are kept.

Practices will start in mid-April up to 2 times per week. Games begin in early May and run through mid-June. Once the season begins, there are typically 2 games scheduled per week and additional practice time available at the coach's discretion. Mid-week game times are 6:30pm, and Saturday games are mid-late morning. Practices and games are held at Greenfield and Beverly Elementary School fields. Some games may also be scheduled at Beverly Park if fields are available. 

Minors Baseball (Ages 9-10)

Age as of 08/31/2017 

The first year of kid pitch baseball. The teams will use a pitching machine for the first four games of the season and will eventually transition to all kid pitch games.

Minors will play a 12 game schedule and will play all of their games on Monday and Wednesday at Beverly Park or Berkshire Middle School with a 6:30 pm start. Practices will begin in March after the teams are formed through a player draft. All Minors players are required to attend evaluations in early March. Teams will practice on Saturday once the season begins.

Majors Baseball (Ages 11-12)

Player is 11 before or on 08/31/2017

Player is 12 before or on 04/30/2017 

Majors will play a 12 game schedule and will play all of their games on Tuesday and Thursday at Beverly Park or Berkshire Middle School with a 6:30 pm start. Practices will begin in March after the teams are formed through a player draft. All Majors players are required to attend evaluations in early March. Teams will practice on Saturday once the season begins.

Intermediate Baseball (Age 13) 

Age as of 04/30/2017 

A new division in 2017!  This team will play other Little League teams from Birmingham, Commerce, Holly, Rochester Hills and Waterford. There will be a 14 game season and we expect to host 7 games at our home field at Beverly Park while traveling to the other away games. We will only form one team in 2017. Registration will close once the roster is full. Register early!

Minors Softball (Girls Grades 1-3)

 



Field Improvements

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This fall BHLL made significant improvements to both fields at Beverly Park - which will be ready for the 2017 season.

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2016 Minors Baseball Championship Game

Congratulations to the Angels for defeating the Royals in the Minors Baseball Championship game!

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Tournament Teams

Congratulations to the Beverly Hills Little League 11/12U Team for winning the 2015 District 4 championship!

The team finished 1-2 in the State Finals. Congratulations on a great season!



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For over 50 years, volunteers have been the backbone of our Little League charter’s success. Hundreds of volunteers over the years have graciously given their time and energy to help maintain and grow a strong program for the hundreds of boys and girls in our community.

BHLL needs your involvement in order to continue to provide our community with a healthy and fun environment for our kids to learn the game and compete in a sportsmanlike fashion. We invite you to join the BHLL Board and continue our mission to build the good citizens of tomorrow.

If you are interested, or know someone that is interested, simply send us a note via our email listed above. All are welcome!



BHLL Boundary

The Beverly Hills Little League boundary includes many cities like Beverly Hills, Franklin, Southfield, Berkley and Royal Oak. If you live within the boundary or your child's school is within the boundary, you are eligible to play in our league. Please refer to the Boundary Map link on the left side of the home page. 

"Baseball is a lot like life. It's a day-to-day existence, full of ups and downs. You make the most of your opportunities in baseball as you do in life."

- Ernie Harwell



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