Little Mountain Baseball: House League 2017 Divisions

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Majors A
For baseball 11-12 year olds. Players in this division level are usually baseball 11 and 12 year olds, however 10 year olds may drafted on to teams if their assessment scores are high enough. This is the most competitive level in Little League baseball and requires a high degree of commitment from both coaches and players. Teams are selected by a draft process.
Each team will sometimes play 3 games in a week. The coach decides the number, date and time of practices. The Majors playing time rules are the same as in the Minors division, however players will not necessarily be rotated through different positions. There are tournaments for majors teams, including a LMB sponsored tournament on the Easter weekend.

Team jerseys, undershirts, pants, belts and baseball caps are provided but the players must have their own baseball glove, batting helmet and protective cup. Rubber cleated shoes are mandatory.

At the end of the house league season, there are some all-star opportunities for players aged 11 and 12. Application forms will be handed out to all players wanting to participate, however the coaching committee will select the teams with the Manager appointed to run each team.


Majors B
For baseball 10-12 year olds (co-ed). Players in this level are usually baseball 10 and 11 year olds, however 12 year olds are permitted to play if they wish and 9 year old players may be selected if their assessment scores are high enough. 12 year olds are not eligible to pitch in this division. This level is slightly less competitive and more developmental than Majors A. Teams are selected by a draft process.

Each team will play 1-3 games per week. The coach decides the number, date and time of practices. The Majors playing time rules are the same as in the Minors division, however players will not necessarily be rotated through different positions. There are tournaments for Majors B teams, including a LMB sponsored tournament on the first weekend of May.

Team jerseys, undershirts, pants, belts and baseball caps are provided but the players must have their own baseball glove, batting helmet and protective cup. Rubber cleated shoes are mandatory.


Minors
For baseball 9-10 year olds (co-ed). Batters face live pitching for the first time with only nine players in the field defensively for each inning. Players are rotated through infield and outfield positions at the discretion of the coaches. Players may sit for one or two innings per game. There are 12-13 players per team and they are selected by a draft process.

Players in this division are usually baseball 9 and 10 years old, however some 8 year olds may be accepted into the Minors division if their assessment scores are high enough. Some 11 year olds may also play Minors, based on their assessment scores and the agreement of the coaching committee that they would benefit from playing at the Minors level. Teams will usually play 2 games per week, mostly on weekends but sometimes on weeknights. There is a local league tournament on the May long weekend. Also, there are some tournaments sponsored by other leagues that teams may enter. Practices and batting cage times are held through the week and can last up to 2 hours. Attendance at practices is especially important at this level.

Team jerseys, undershirts, pants, belts and baseball caps are provided but players must have their own baseball glove, batting helmet and protective cup. Rubber cleated shoes are recommended.


Mini Minor A

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