Bergenfield LL: Baseball&Softball

New Softball Program




The 4 division in the Baseball Program are as follows:

T-Ball - Players born in 2013 or 2014 - (Considered 4 and 5 year old)

Farm - Players born in 2010 or 2011 - (Considered 6 and 7 year old)

Minors - Players born May 2010 to December 2009, 2008, 2007 (Considered 8, 9 and 10 year old)

Majors - Players born 2003 and 2004 and May 2008 to December 2006, 2005 (Considered 10, 11 and 12 year old)

Players in Minors and Majors will need to tryout for Team and Division Placement. Please note Age does not gaurantee a specific division.

T- Ball - Practices are Wednesday and games are Saturday morning. Farm, Minor and Major division practices and games dates vary.
For questions, please contact the Player agent at Agent@bergenfieldlittleleague.org
 
 
  
 
The Bergenfield Little League is proud to announce the Softball Program open to Girls age 7 to 14.
 
 
The League is now accepting registration for the following age groups:

 

Little League softball link
http://www.littleleague.org/learn/about/divisions/softballdivisions.htm 
 
Minor League 
 Minor League Softball is for participants 7-11 years old and can be operated with multiple divisions that are based on age and/or ability. Divisions may include "machine pitch," "coach pitch" and "player pitch." By local option, a player who is league age 5 or 6 for the current season and has played a year in Tee Ball is eligible for the coach pitch or machine pitch minor divisions. A local league might organize its 7-8-year-olds in the Coach Pitch Division and its 9-10-year-olds in the Player Pitch division; however, by local option, some of the 9-year-olds could "play down" in the coach pitch division, and some of the 8-year-olds could "play up." This is entirely the choice of the local league board of directors. (League age 12-year-olds may participate in the Minor Division under certain circumstances.) There is no minimum or maximum composition for rosters, but most leagues have rosters in the 8-12 range. Competitive divisions of Minor League Softball may only use nine players on defense. The diamond has 60-foot base paths and a 35 foot pitching distance. 
 
 
Major Division 
Little League (Major Division) The Little League Softball® division (sometimes known as the Major Division) is for players ages 9-12. A local league may choose to limit its Major Division to 10-, 11- and 12-year-olds, or 11-12-year-olds. The field uses a 60-foot diamond and a 40 foot pitching distance. A local league may dual-roster 12-year-olds, assessed capable, to a Major and a Junior division softball teams. The local league has an option to choose a Tournament Team (or "All Stars") of 10-to-12-year-olds from within this division, and the team may enter the International Tournament. The culmination of the International Tournament is the Girls Little League Softball World Series, featuring teams from around the globe. All expenses for the teams advancing to the World Series (travel, meals, and housing) are paid by Little League International. IMPORTANT: A local league must only have ONE Major Division. For instance, if the local league has all 11-12 year olds in the Majors, and all 9-10s in another division, then the 9-10s MUST be considered a Minor Division. 
 
IMPORTANT: A local league must only have ONE Major Division. For instance, if the local league has all 11-12 year olds in the Majors, and all 9-10s in another division, then the 9-10s MUST be considered a Minor Division. 
 
Junior Division  
The Junior League Softball division is a program for players ages 12-14, and uses a conventional 60-foot diamond with a 43 foot pitching distance. The local league has an option to choose a Tournament Team (or "All Stars") of 12-14-year-olds from within this division (and/or from within the Girls Senior League Softball Division), and the team may enter the International Tournament. The culmination of the International Tournament is the Junior League Softball World Series, featuring teams from around the globe. All expenses for the teams advancing to the World Series (travel, meals, and housing) are paid by Little League International. 


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