Spotsylvania County Little League: Spring 2017 Divisions

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T-Ball (Co-ed)
T-Ball is an instructional level of Little League for boys and girls league ages 5 - 6. The focus of T-Ball is on teaching the players how to play in a team sports environment while learning the basics of baseball fundamentals. Score is not kept in this division. Teams are formed by school zone/neighborhood as much as possible. League age 4 year old's may NOT age waiver into T-Ball.

Challenger Baseball (Co-ed)
Division of Little League for boys & girls ages 5 - 18**. The Challenger Division is a program for mentally and physically disabled youth to enjoy the full benefits of Little League participation in an athletic environment structured to their abilities. For more information please contact Scott Neal at (540)538-0758 or via e-mail at challenger@spotsyll.org.

**A Challenger Division player may be up to 22 if they are still in school.


Machine Pitch Baseball (Co-ed)
Machine Pitch is an instructional level of Little League for boys and girls league ages 6 - 8. Machine Pitch builds upon fielding skills taught in T-Ball and teaches players to hit a machine pitched baseball. Strikes and outs are recorded but balls and walks are not counted. Games are scheduled 6 innings and score is kept in this division. Teams are formed by school zone/neighborhood as much as possible.

AA Baseball (Co-ed)
AA (Double A) is the first baseball division where players pitch. It is a part of the Little League Minors Division with 6 inning games played on a 60' diamond. All players remain part of the batting lineup throughout the game in what is called a continuous batting order. It is an instructional level of Little League for boys and girls ages 8-10. Teams are formed via a Player Showcase and Draft. 8-year olds wishing to play in this division must attend and pass a waiver assessment. For details on the waiver process, please contact the SCLL Player Agent.

Major Baseball (Co-ed)
The Little League Majors Division is the Little League division known simply as "Little League" with 6 inning games played on a 60' diamond. This is the first baseball division with 9 player batting lineups and lineup substitutions. This division is for boys and girls league ages 10 - 12. Teams are formed via a player showcase and draft. The rosters consist of league age 12-year old's, 11-year old's and a few 10-year old's. Following the Spring season, there is an All-Star Tournament that eventually leads to the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pa for teams that advance.

Major Softball (Girls)
The Little League Majors Division is the Little League division known simply as "Little League" with 6 inning games played on a 60' diamond. This is the first softball division with 9 player batting lineups and lineup substitutions. This division is for girls league ages 10 - 12. Teams are formed via a player showcase and draft. The rosters consist of league age 12-year old's, 11-year old's and a few 10-year old's. Following the Spring season, there is an All-Star Tournament that eventually leads to the Little League World Series in Portland, Oregon for teams that advance.

Senior Softball (Girls)
This division is for girls league ages 13-16. Games may be played against other counties in the region. Games are played on a 60' diamond and are scheduled for 7 innings. Teams are formed via a player showcase and draft. There is an All-Star Tournament that eventually leads to the Junior or Senior League, depending on the age of the player, Softball World Series for teams that advance.

Junior Baseball (Co-ed)
Junior division is for boys & girls ages 13 - 14. It is the first division in Little League that plays on a 90-foot field. Players can steal bases and lead-offs are allowed. 9 players are placed in the batting lineup at a time. Games are scheduled 7 innings. Teams are formed via a draft. There is an All-Star Tournament that eventually leads to the Junior League Baseball World-Series for teams that advance.

Minor Softball (Girls)
Minor Softball is for girls league ages 9 & 10. It is the first division where players pitch. It is an instructional level of Little League. Games are 6 innings on a 60’ diamond. This is a kid pitch division that utilizes a continuous batting order. Teams are formed via a player showcase and draft.

League age 8-year old's wishing to play in this division must attend and pass an age waiver assessment.


Coach Pitch Softball (Girls)
Coach Pitch is an instructional level of Little League for girls league ages 6 - 8. Coach Pitch builds upon fielding skills taught in T-Ball and teaches players to hit a pitched softball. Strikes and outs are recorded but balls and walks are not counted. Games are scheduled 6 innings and score is kept in this division. Teams are formed by school zone/neighborhood as much as possible.

AAA Baseball (Co-ed)
AAA Baseball (Co-ed)
AAA (Triple A) is a part of the Little League Minors Division with 6 inning games played on a 60' diamond. All players remain part of the batting lineup throughout the game in what is called a continuous batting order. It is an instructional level of Little League that focuses on preparing players for entering the Majors Division. Teams are formed via a Player Showcase and Draft. All 11-year olds not selected onto a Major team will play in this division. 10-year olds and a few 9-year olds will fill out the rosters.


T-Ball Softball
T-Ball Softball is an instructional level of Little League for girls league ages 5 - 6. The focus of T-Ball is on teaching the players how to play in a team sports environment while learning the basics of baseball fundamentals. Score is not kept in this division. Teams are formed by school zone/neighborhood as much as possible. League age 4 year old's may NOT age waiver into T-Ball.

Senior Baseball (Co-ed)
Senior division is for boys and girls league ages 13 - 16.   Games may be played against other counties in the region. Players can lead off and steal bases. Senior baseball is played on a full size diamond and scheduled for 7 innings. Teams are formed via a player showcase and draft. There is an All-Star Tournament that eventually leads to the Junior or Senior League, depending on the age of the player, Baseball World Series for teams that advance.

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