Palm Bay East Little League: FAQ's

Frequently Asked Questions


I've registered....What next?

How long is the season?

What does "League Age" mean?

What division will my child play in?

Does my child have to know how to play already?

What should players bring to practices and games?

What does the league provide to the players?

I missed the registration sessions, can I still register?

Tryouts complete. What team is my child on?

Where does my registration money go?

What's my role as a league parent?

Pitch Count Rules

League Age Determination Date

About League Ages

  • Players who are league age 4-6 are eligible to be selected to a Tee Ball team.
  • Players who are league age 6 that have participated for one regular season in the Tee Ball Division are eligible to be selected to a Minor League Division (coach pitch or machine pitch) team.
  • Players who are league age 7-12 are eligible to be selected to a Minor League Division team (player pitch, coach pitch, or machine pitch) for the regular season. The local league board of directors may decide the age-cutoffs within this age grouping.
  • Players who are league age 9-12 are eligible to be selected to a Little League (“Major”) Division team for the regular season. The local league board of directors may restrict this division to players who are league age 10-12 or 11-12.
  • Players who are league age 12-14 are eligible to be selected to a Junior League Division team for the regular season. The local league board of directors may decide to have a different age-cutoff for this division, provided it is within the grouping noted. For example, the Junior Division in a local Little League could be limited to players who are league age 13-14.
  • Players who are league age 13-16 are eligible to be selected to a Senior League Division team for the regular season. The local league board of directors may decide to have a different age-cutoff for this division, provided it is within the grouping noted. For example, the Senior Division in a local Little League could be limited to players who are league age 15-16.
  • Players who are league age 15-18 are eligible to be selected to a Big League Division team for the regular season. The local league board of directors (or district administrator, if the program is operated by the district) may decide to have a different age-cutoff for this division, provided it is within the grouping noted. For example, the Big League Division in a local Little League or district could be limited to players who are league age 17-18.
  • Those who are not included among the league ages listed above are not eligible for any baseball division in Little League for the current season.



Tuesday, April 15
2014 Palm Bay Minor League Championship


Tuesday, April 15
2013 Palm Bay Minor League Championship