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Baseball Divisions of Play


Tee Ball

Tee Ball Baseball is for boys and girls 4-5 years old who want to learn the fundamentals of hitting and fielding. In Tee Ball, players hit a ball off a batting tee. Rules of the game are designed to accommodate the need for teaching. As a Non-Competitive Division, the primary goals of Tee Ball are to instruct children in the fundamentals of baseball, to allow them to experience the value of teamwork and give them the opportunity to play baseball with their friends.

Rookie

Rookie Baseball is for boys and girls 5-6 years old who are moving toward to hitting from a pitched ball as well as still learning the fundamentals of hitting and fielding. League age 5 players will have completed one season of tee ball prior to playing Rookie.  In Rookie, players spend a portion of their season hitting a ball off a batting tee as well as learning to hit pitched balls from coaches. Rules of the game are designed to accommodate the need for teaching. As a Non-Competitive Division, the primary goals of Rookie are to instruct children in the fundamentals of baseball, to allow them to experience the value of teamwork and give them the opportunity to play baseball with their friends.

Single A

Single-A Baseball is for boys and girls 6-7 years old who are hitting from a machine pitched ball as well as continuing to build on the fundamentals of hitting and fielding. Rules of the game are designed to accommodate the need for teaching. As a Non-Competitive Division, the primary goals of Single-A are to instruct children in the fundamentals of baseball, to allow them to experience the value of teamwork and give them the opportunity to play baseball with their friends.

Double A (American)

Double A - American is intended for League Age 8 and 9 year olds who aren’t ready for our traditional Double A division (now called “Double A National”). Double A American will be a kids pitch division with pitchers throwing from 40 feet instead of 46 feet in Double A American. For competitive balance purposes both Double A American and National teams will be selected via a draft process. Therefore, it is required that any players who would like to play in either of these divisions must attend the player evaluations. Players will be placed in the two divisions based on their prior experience and player evaluation.

Double A (National)

Double A - National Baseball (traditional Double A) is for boys and girls 8-10 years old who are transitioning from machine/coach pitched play to batting against opposing youth pitchers. AA Baseball is Redondo Little League's entry-level competitive baseball division. As a Competitive Division, the primary goals of AA Baseball are to create a fair and balanced competition throughout the division and provide a suitable vehicle for team and individual skills development.

Triple A

Triple A Baseball is for boys and girls 9-11 years old who are continuing to develop their abilities in a competitive baseball environment. Triple A Baseball is Redondo Little League's highest Minor division before moving on to Little Majors baseball. As a Competitive Division, the primary goals of AAA Baseball are to create a fair and balanced competition throughout the division, provide a suitable vehicle for team and individual skills development and prepare the players for Majors Division play.

Majors

Majors Baseball is for boys and girls 11-12 years old who are refining all the skills they have been building up in the Minor divisions in this next stage of competitive baseball. Majors Baseball is also known as the Little League Baseball Division. As a Competitive Division, the primary goals of Majors Baseball are to create a fair and balanced competition throughout the division, provide a suitable vehicle for team and individual skills development and stage the players for much higher levels of play.

Intermediate (50/70)

Intermediate (50/70) Baseball is for boys and girls 11-13 years old who are preparing to transition from 46/60-foot fields to 60/90-foot sized baseball fields. 50/70 Division allows players preparing for higher divisions and high school baseball to incrementally transition by providing the opportunity to develop on a larger field prior to making the move to 60/90 foot sized fields. As a Competitive Division, the primary goals of Intermediate (50/70) Baseball are to provide the players a suitable vehicle to transition from traditional sized Little League Baseball fields to fields that will prepare players for most competitive arenas of Youth Baseball such as High School, Junior Little League and Senior Little League.

Junior League

Junior League Baseball is for boys and girls 13-14 years old who are honing their abilities at the highest levels of competition. Juniors baseball is played using a conventional 90-foot diamond with a pitching distance of 60 feet, 6 inches. As a Competitive Division, the primary goals of Juniors Baseball are to provide the players a suitable vehicle to take their game to the next level in preparation for most competitive arenas of Youth Baseball such as High School and SeniorLittle League. Rosters are, typically, more than 12 players. Youth pitching is at this level. Scoring and Standings are kept. Umpires officiate the game.

Senior League

Senior League Baseball is for boys 14-16 years old who are honing their abilities at the highest levels of competition. Senior baseball is played using a conventional 90-foot diamond with a pitching distance of 60 feet, 6 inches. As a Competitive Division, the primary goals of Senior League Baseball are to provide the players a suitable vehicle to take their game to the next level in preparation for High School. Rosters are, typically, more than 12 players. Youth pitching is at this level. Scoring and Standings are kept. Umpires officiate the game.

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