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Baseball Programs by Division

Below is a summary for each of the Divisions in RMLL. For more information, click the blue heading link for each Division's home page below.

>>> Please note that the age ranges referenced below are “Little League Age”, which is defined as the following:

- For players born on or after September 1, 2005, age the player will be on August 31, 2018.

- For players born between May 1, 2005 and August 31, 2005, age the player will be on April 30, 2018.

- For players born on or before April 30, 2005, age the player will be on August 31, 2018.

If you require assistance determining your child's Little League Age, use the Official League Age Calculator: CLICK HERE

Official Little League Age Chart: CLICK HERE

>>> In order to register for a team in RMLL, players must either reside or attend school within our boundaries. For a link to RMLL's community list CLICK HERE

BLAST BALL – 4 years old

A fast and fun introduction to basic baseball concepts for our youngest players. Parents are required to assist and team sizes are small. Cost is $100 ($25 late fee if registering after Feb. 15, 2018).

T-BALL – 5 and 6 years old

Great games designed for young players. The children are introduced to the game and taught the fundamentals of throwing, catching, fielding and hitting in a very safe and fun environment. Cost is $150 ($25 late fee if registering after Feb. 15, 2018).

ROOKIE BALL JUNIOR – 6 and 7 years old

This game is a natural evolution from TBall. The game is still played with a softer ball, but involves more aspects of a true baseball game. Pitching is done with a mechanical pitching machine which will deliver the pitch across the plate at a calibrated speed. Cost is $225 ($25 discount if registration is paid in full by Jan. 15, 2018; $25 late fee if registering after Feb. 15, 2018).

ROOKIE BALL SENIOR – 7 to 9 years old

A big step up from T-Ball and Rookie Ball Junior, this game sees players improve in defensive skills, positional play, and hitting. A real baseball is used, however pitching is done with a mechanical pitching machine which will deliver the pitch across the plate at a calibrated speed. Cost is $225 ($25 discount if registration is paid in full by Jan. 15, 2018; $25 late fee if registering after Feb. 15, 2018).

MINORS – 9 to 11 years old

Pitching becomes part of the game and your child’s coaches should be encouraging as many of their players as possible to pitch, at least in practice situations. This is still a developmental division and a strong emphasis remains on teaching basic skills, as many of our players will still be learning the game for the first time. Cost is $325 ($25 discount if registration is paid in full by Jan. 15, 2018; $75 late fee if registering after Feb. 15, 2018). Attendance at player evaluations in March 2018 is required.

MAJORS – 11 and 12 years old

This is the top division of Little League, played on 60’ baseline diamonds. This is the division for Little League All-Star play (July-August), with the finals, the Little League World Series, held in Williamsport and televised internationally. Cost is $325 ($25 discount if  registration is paid in full by Jan. 15, 2018; $75 late fee if registering after Feb. 15, 2018). Attendance at player evaluations in March 2018 is required.

INTERMEDIATE – 13 years old

The game progresses to more of the “full-meal deal” of baseball.  We move to larger diamonds (70') and follow generally all of the rules of regular baseball, including calling balks and allowing lead-offs. Teams play an interlock schedule with the other Leagues in District 8 (Leagues south of the Bow River). Cost is $325 ($25 discount if registration is paid in full by Jan. 15, 2018; $75 late fee if registering after Feb. 15, 2018). Attendance at player evaluations in March 2018 is required. Players who are league age 13 can register and play in the Intermediate and Senior Divisions concurrently, and must attend an evaluation session for both divisions.

SENIOR – 13 to 16 years old

The Senior division is open to players age 13 to 16, and is open to players age 13 who are also registered in the Intermediate division (dual registration is permitted). The games are played on a 90’ diamond and follow generally all of the rules of regular baseball, including calling balks and allowing lead-offs. Teams play an interlock schedule with the other Leagues in District 8 (Leagues south of the Bow River). Cost is $325 ($25 discount if registration is paid in full by Jan. 15, 2018; $75 late fee if registering after Feb. 15, 2018). Attendance at player evaluations in March 2018 is required. Players who are league age 13 can register and play in the Intermediate and Senior Divisions concurrently, and must attend an evaluation session for both divisions.

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