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We offer many levels of play for all ages.  Scroll down or click on the program below to learn more...

Tee Ball
Coach Toss
Rookie
Single A
AA
AAA
Majors
Juniors
Seniors
Challenger



Tee Ball

Tee Ball 
is primarily for pre-school players (league age 4 and older) to participate in an instructional environment where the priority is on teaching the basics of hitting, running, catching and throwing a baseball. Players in Tee Ball games hit off a batting tee.

If you registered before the waitlist is activated, you should expect to be contacted by your Manager/Coach in mid-March in the Spring and late August in the Fall.


What do I need to know about Tee Ball?

Schedule --
The Spring regular season starts in late March or early April and generally runs through the first or second week in June. The Fall regular season starts in late August or early September and generally runs through the end of October. Weather permitting, practices start a couple of weeks prior to the regular season. T-ball teams play one game per week on Saturdays and have one practice (usually on the same weeknight) each week. No games are scheduled on the weekends associated with Fairfax County's Spring Break, Memorial Day, Labor Day or Columbus Day Weekend.

Games are subject to a time limit
 - no new inning shall start later than 1 hour and 15 minutes after the scheduled start time and the game terminates after 4 complete innings or completion of the last legally started inning.

Equipment -- 
At a minimum, your child will need a baseball glove, a bat, and a helmet. Due to COVID-19 concerns, players should not share bats, helmets, or other equipment. If your player does not have their own bat and helmet and you are unable to obtain one, please contact the league equipment manager, [email protected]. The League will provide a uniform shirt and hat. He or she will also need baseball pants and socks, but you should hold off purchasing these because the coach may want to coordinate with the color of the shirt. Boys will also need to wear a protective cup while playing (even Tee Ball). Baseball cleats become routine at the AA level and above - only rubber cleats are permitted.

If you have any questions about Tee Ball, contact your respective Division's Director of Tee Ball/Coach Toss:       

National Division Tee Ball - Single A Director: [email protected]
American Division Tee Ball/Coach Toss Director: [email protected]

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Coach Toss

Coach Toss 
is primarily for players in Kindergarten to participate in an instructional environment where the priority is on teaching the basics of hitting, running, catching and throwing a baseball. Players in Coach Toss games hit off a batting tee and transition to Coach Toss as individual players become ready to hit coach tossed balls.

If you registered before the waitlist is activated, you should expect to be contacted by your Manager/Coach in mid-March in the Spring and late August in the Fall.


What do I need to know about Coach Toss?

Schedule --
The Spring regular season starts in late March or early April and generally runs through the first or second week in June. The Fall regular season starts in late August or early September and generally runs through the end of October. Weather permitting, practices start a couple of weeks prior to the regular season. Coach Toss teams play one game per week on Saturdays and have one practice (usually on the same weeknight) each week. No games are scheduled on the weekends associated with Fairfax County's Spring Break, Memorial Day, Labor Day or Columbus Day Weekend.

Games are subject to a time limit - no new inning shall start later than 1 hour and 15 minutes after the scheduled start time and the game terminates after 4 complete innings or completion of the last legally started inning.


Equipment -- 
At a minimum, your child will need a baseball glove, a bat, and a helmet. Due to COVID-19 concerns, players should not share bats, helmets, or other equipment. If your player does not have their own bat and helmet and you are unable to obtain one, please contact the league equipment manager, [email protected]. The League will provide a uniform shirt and hat. He or she will also need baseball pants and socks, but you should hold off purchasing these because the coach may want to coordinate with the color of the shirt. Boys will also need to wear a protective cup while playing. Baseball cleats become routine at the AA level and above - only rubber cleats are permitted.

If you have any questions about Coach Toss, contact your respective Division's Director of Tee Ball/Coach Toss:       

National Division Tee Ball - Single A Director: [email protected]
American Division Tee Ball/Coach Toss Director: [email protected]

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Rookie

Rookie 
consists primarily of 1st graders. Players in games hit a ball pitched from a machine. 

Players who are not yet in the 1st grade may register for Rookie but their placement in Rookie League will based on the Director's determination of whether the player's participation in Rookie is warranted.  Players who are not placed in Rookie will be placed in the highest division for which they qualify, and will receive a refund for any difference in registration fees.

If you registered before the waitlist is activated, you should expect to be contacted by your Manager/Coach in mid-March in the Spring and late August in the Fall.


Equipment -- 
At a minimum, your child will need a baseball glove, a bat, and a helmet. Due to COVID-19 concerns, players should not share bats, helmets, or other equipment. If your player does not have their own bat and helmet and you are unable to obtain one, please contact the league equipment manager, [email protected]. The League will provide a uniform shirt and hat. He or she will also need baseball pants and socks, but you should hold off purchasing these because the coach may want to coordinate with the color of the shirt. Boys will also need to wear a protective cup while playing. Baseball cleats become routine at the AA level and above - only rubber cleats are permitted.

If you have any questions about Rookie, contact your respective Division's Director of Rookie/Single A:

National Division Tee Ball - Single A Director: [email protected]
American Division Single A/Rookie Director: [email protected]

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Single A

Single A
 
consists primarily of players that are in 2nd grade. Players in games hit a ball pitched from a machine.        

Players who are not yet in the 2nd grade may register for Single A but their placement in Single A will be based on the Director's determination of whether the player's participation in Single A is warranted.  Players who do not qualify for Single A will be placed in the highest division for which they qualify, and will receive a refund for any difference in registration fees.

Players in Single A will play with more liberal rules on running extra bases than in Rookie.

If you registered before the waitlist is activated, you should expect to be contacted by your Manager/Coach in mid-March in the Spring and late August in the Fall.

Equipment -- 
At a minimum, your child will need a baseball glove, a bat, and a helmet. Due to COVID-19 concerns, players should not share bats, helmets, or other equipment. If your player does not have their own bat and helmet and you are unable to obtain one, please contact the league equipment manager, [email protected]. The League will provide a uniform shirt and hat. He or she will also need baseball pants and socks, but you should hold off purchasing these because the coach may want to coordinate with the color of the shirt. Boys will also need to wear a protective cup while playing. Baseball cleats become routine at the AA level and above - only rubber cleats are permitted.

If you have any questions about Single A, contact your respective Division's Director of Rookie/Single A:     
 
National Division Tee Ball - Single A Director: [email protected]
American Division Single A/Rookie Director: [email protected]

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AA

AA 
consists primarily of players that are in 3rd or 4th grade (up to “league age” 10) with a few experienced 2nd graders. Players in games hit a ball pitched by another player.

Players are selected to teams based on a draft. Players who must play at the AA level or above based on age are guaranteed to be selected to a team. Players who are still eligible to play in the Single A division and are not drafted to a AA team will be placed onto a Single A team instead and will receive a refund for any difference in registration fees.

If you registered before the waitlist is activated, you should expect to be contacted by your Manager/Coach in mid-March in the Spring and late August in the Fall.


Equipment 
--
At a minimum, your child will need a baseball glove, a bat, cleats, a protective cup, and a helmet. Due to COVID-19 concerns, players should not share bats, helmets, or other equipment. If your player does not have their own bat and helmet and you are unable to obtain one, please contact the league equipment manager, [email protected]. The League will provide a uniform shirt and hat. He or she will also need baseball pants and socks, but you should hold off purchasing these because the coach may want to coordinate with the color of the shirt.  Baseball cleats become routine at the AA level and above - only rubber cleats are permitted.

If you have any questions about AA, contact your respective Division's Minors Director: 
   
National Division Minors Director: [email protected] 
American Division Minors Director: [email protected]

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AAA

AAA 
consists primarily of players that are in 4th or 5th grade (up to “league age” 11) with a few experienced 3rd graders. Players in games hit a ball pitched by another player.

Players are selected to teams based on a draft. Players who must play at the AAA level or above based on age are guaranteed to be selected to a team. Players who are still eligible to play in the AA division and are not drafted to a AAA team will be entered into the pool of players available for the AA draft and will receive a refund for any difference in registration fees.

If you registered before the waitlist is activated, you should expect to be contacted by your Manager/Coach in mid-March in the Spring and late August in the Fall.


Equipment --
At a minimum, your child will need a baseball glove, a bat, cleats, a protective cup, and a helmet. Due to COVID-19 concerns, players should not share bats, helmets, or other equipment. If your player does not have their own bat and helmet and you are unable to obtain one, please contact the league equipment manager, [email protected]. The League will provide a uniform shirt and hat. He or she will also need baseball pants and socks, but you should hold off purchasing these because the coach may want to coordinate with the color of the shirt.  Baseball cleats become routine at the AA level and above - only rubber cleats are permitted.

If you have any questions about AAA, contact your respective Division's Minors Director:  
   
National Division Minors Director: [email protected] 
American Division Minors Director: [email protected]


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Majors

Majors 
consists primarily of players that are in 5th or 6th grade (up to “league age” 12) with a few experienced 4th graders. Players in games hit a ball pitched by another player.

Players are selected to teams based on a draft. Players who must play at the Majors level or above based on age are guaranteed to be selected to a team. Players who are still eligible to play in the AAA division and are not drafted to a Majors team will be entered into the pool of players available for the AAA draft and will receive a refund for any difference in registration fees. Note, Majors is considered the most competitive division, and as such has different minimum Player Participation requirements than other divisions. All teams still bat a continuous batting order (with all players reporting for a game batting sequentially before the order returns to the top of the lineup), but players are only guaranteed to play 3 of every 6 innings defensively, and there is no requirement that players play an infield position on defense or that bench innings be evenly distributed among players. Please consider these factors when selecting the most appropriate division for your player.

If you registered before the waitlist is activated, you should expect to be contacted by your Manager/Coach in mid-March in the Spring and late August in the Fall.

Equipment 
-- At a minimum, your child will need a baseball glove, a bat, cleats, a protective cup, and a helmet. Due to COVID-19 concerns, players should not share bats, helmets, or other equipment. If your player does not have their own bat and helmet and you are unable to obtain one, please contact the league equipment manager, [email protected]. The League will provide a uniform shirt and hat. He or she will also need baseball pants and socks, but you should hold off purchasing these because the coach may want to coordinate with the color of the shirt.  Baseball cleats become routine at the AA level and above - only rubber cleats are permitted.

If you have any questions contact your respective Division's Player Agent:     
 
National League Player Agent: [email protected]  
American League Player Agent: [email protected]


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Juniors

Juniors
is for league age 13 and 14 year old players. Juniors is played on a 90 foot field, the same as high school, college, and professional baseball.        

Selection on a Juniors team is made through the draft system.

If you registered before the waitlist is activated, you should expect to be contacted by your Manager/Coach in mid-March in the Spring and late August in the Fall.


Equipment 
-- At a minimum, your child will need a baseball glove, a bat, and a helmet. Due to COVID-19 concerns, players should not share bats, helmets, or other equipment. If your player does not have their own bat and helmet and you are unable to obtain one, please contact the league equipment manager, [email protected]. The League will provide a uniform shirt and hat. He or she will also need baseball pants and socks, but you should hold off purchasing these because the coach may want to coordinate with the color of the shirt. Boys will also need to wear a protective cup while playing. Baseball cleats become routine at the AA level and above.

If you have any questions about Juniors, contact the 90’ Director:  [email protected]

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Seniors

Seniors 
is for league age 15 and 16 year old players. Seniors is played on a 90 foot field, the same as high school, college, and professional baseball.           

It is highly recommended that only players league age 14 who are also in 9th grade or higher play Seniors to be with their classmates. All other league age 14 players should play Juniors. 

Selection on a Seniors team is made through the draft system.         

Players league age 14 and younger not drafted to a Seniors team will enter the Juniors draft.

If you registered before the waitlist is activated, you should expect to be contacted by your Manager/Coach in mid-March in the Spring and late August in the Fall.

Equipment 
-- At a minimum, your child will need a baseball glove, a bat, and a helmet. Due to COVID-19 concerns, players should not share bats, helmets, or other equipment. If your player does not have their own bat and helmet and you are unable to obtain one, please contact the league equipment manager, [email protected]. The League will provide a uniform shirt and hat. He or she will also need baseball pants and socks, but you should hold off purchasing these because the coach may want to coordinate with the color of the shirt. Boys will also need to wear a protective cup while playing. Baseball cleats become routine at the AA level and above.

If you have any questions about Seniors, contact the 90’ Director:  [email protected]

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Challenger

Challenger 
is for kids and adults “league age” 5 years old and older that have any special need(s) that precludes them from participating in a mainstream Little League program.

Challenger games are played on Sunday afternoons and are played at Chilcott Stadium in Fairfax City.

Players league age 5 to 14 will play in the Little League Challenger Division.

Players league age 15 to 18 have the option to play in either the Little League Challenger Division or the Senior League Challenger Division.         
If you registered before February 15th for the Spring or August 1 for the Fall, you should expect to be contacted by your Manager/Coach in mid-March in the Spring and late August in the Fall.


If you have any questions contact the Director of Challenger Division:  [email protected]

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