Majors Division - Ages 11-12
For the 2022 Season, Players who are born on or after September 1, 2009, and on or before August 31, 2011, are eligible.
In Majors, players are again evaluated for the purpose of drafting them onto teams by their coaches. Pitching development continues in this division. Umpires in this Division have a strike zone more in line within the guidelines of the rules of baseball. Continuous batting orders are mandatory and players are encouraged to play all positions throughout the season. All-Star team(s) can continue with Tournament play after the season ends, if enough players are willing to participate. Typically Majors have 2-3 games and 1-2 practices per week. Games and practices can be played any day of the week.
Registration Fee: $350.00
The registration fee includes a ball cap, and team and individual pictures. All players receive a team jersey and belt that must be returned to the league at the end of the season. Players will need to supply their own grey pants.
For the upcoming season, Majors games will be held at the 2 diamonds Duncan McRae in Evergreen and Dave Brosh Field. Some teams will have a schedule that interlocks with other leagues, so some games will be at other locations.
All players aged 7 to 18 years of age must go through an evaluation process to ensure that players are placed in the appropriate division based on age, ability, skill level and safety considerations.
Players will be evaluated with other players of the same league age as defined by Little League Baseball. Evaluations will be held for the following age groups: 7-8 year olds, 9-10 year olds and 11-12 year olds, 13, 14-16 year olds. The teenage evaluations may be conducted at the District Level.
Attendance at evaluation sessions is MANDATORY.
An 11 year old could be assigned to either the Major or Minor division based on his/her evaluation results, the number of registrants in each age group, and the results of player draft(s), if applicable.
Some 10 year olds players may be invited by league officials to try out for the Major Division and the following criteria will apply: 1) must have played the previous year in the Minor Division 2) must be one of the top players in their age group 3) there must be available spots in the higher division 4) must be recommended to play up and invited to try out for the higher division.
All 10 year old players trying out for the Major Division must still register for Minor Division, and then attend the scheduled "Make up and Tryout" evaluation session which will be posted on the "Player Evaluations" page. If you are interested in having your 10 year old player attend a tryout session for the Major Division, please contact Player Development
** Evaluation Registrations will be posted typically early in March of each season and is a requirement for all ages listed above