October 21, 2017

Prior to the start of each season, all players who will be playing in the Major Division based on their Little League age, will be asked to attend an indoor evaluation of their skills. A number of drills will be conducted to assess the player’s ability to catch, field, throw and bat. The assessment will take between 30 and 45 minutes. Based on the overall evaluation of the player’s skill, they will be assigned to one of two divisions comprised of Major National, and Major American.

Major National

Major is a division for players ages primarily age 11 with some players age 12 based on ability.

Each player must play a minimum of three innings in a six-inning game, based on the OLL Fair-Play Model. All players on the team bat in a continuous batting order. Coaches focus on developing individual and overall team skills.

Game scores and standings are recorded. Upon completion of the regular season, a post-season playoff tournament is held. The top 2 teams from this tournament play games on Championship Day and receive trophies.

Major American

Major is a division for players ages primarily age 12 with some players age 11 based on ability. Each player must play a minimum of three innings in a six-inning game, based on the OLL Fair-Play Model. All players on the team bat in a continuous batting order. Coaches focus on developing individual and overall team skills.

Game scores and standings are recorded. Upon completion of the regular season, a post-season playoff tournament is held. The top 2 teams from this tournament play games on Championship Day and receive trophies.