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2020 Spring

Register your player(s) for CSLL today and save!

IMPORTANT INFORMATION. PLEASE READ!!!

The last day to register your player is December 31st, by 11:59pm. Registrations created on or after January 1st will be charged a $25 late fee and will be placed on a wait list.

If you wish to register your player but do so on or after January 1st, your player will be put on a wait list and there will be no guarantee that they will be able to be placed on a team.

MANDATORY evaluations for ALL players in Majors and AAA divisions will be held on January 18th and 25th, with make-up dates to be determined if needed.

Evaluations are MANDATORY for ALL players in Majors and AAA. No exceptions! Please make it a priority to get your player(s) to the evaluation.

Tee-ball

Registration closes on 01/25/2020 at 11:59 PM
Season Dates: 10/16/2019 to 08/31/2020
$145.00

Single-A (A)

Registration closes on 01/25/2020 at 11:59 PM
Season Dates: 10/16/2019 to 08/31/2020
$175.00

Double-A (AA)

Registration closes on 01/25/2020 at 11:59 PM
Season Dates: 10/16/2019 to 08/31/2020
$175.00

Triple-A (AAA)

Registration closes on 01/25/2020 at 11:59 PM
Season Dates: 10/16/2019 to 08/31/2020
$175.00

Majors

Registration closes on 01/25/2020 at 11:59 PM
Season Dates: 10/16/2019 to 08/31/2020
$175.00

Division Descriptions

The Divisions of Little League® Baseball


The following is a very brief description of each of the divisions offered by CSLL. Little League® has comprehensive resources on this topic if you wish to read their official take. This page is one such example: https://www.littleleague.org/play-little-league/baseball/divisions/

Tee-ball
The Tee-ball division places a huge emphasis on fun. Instructional aspects of this division are fairly limited, with only the very basic fundamentals being covered. Run to first base after you hit it and throw to first base after fielding a grounder are about the maximum level of sophistication you'll see here. Games and practices rarely exceed an hour, and every kid gets to bat at least a couple times per game. Plan on two to three baseball events per week for this division (never more than three). Typically children between the ages of four and six play tee-ball.

Single-A
In Single-A, we start to introduce "real baseball," but of course the emphasis is still on ensuring a fun, welcoming environment for players. Higher level instruction starts here, where we begin introducing mechanics of throwing safely and properly, and we start to develop hitting techniques. Explaining what a force play is might be learned at this level, too. This is a coach-pitch division, so hopefully the kids get some good pitches to hit!

Double-A
This is the first level of baseball where the kids start to pitch to each other. This is usually introduced a few weeks into the season. You might see a double-play on occasion here, but as with all levels of play this is still highly instructional and there is a minimal focus on competition so don't put too much expectation on the players. A Double-A player may have the opportunity to be selected to an all-star team and represent the league in the District 39 tournament!

Triple-A
The Triple-A division could be considered to be the first competitive level of play, as game results are posted on our league website, the uniforms start to get a little nicer, the players start to develop their games at a much faster pace and have a little more expectation on them, and we now have playoffs. Winner of the playoffs gets to go on to the District 39 Tournament of Champions. Not to fear, though: this level is (and all levels are) still highly instructional, and the win/loss record doesn't have any bearing on the playoff seeding. Playing time regulations are enforced here, so all players will have the same minimum playing time per game, regardless of skill.

Majors
The Majors division is where you start to see some pretty high level baseball, as you'll have players who are creeping up on junior high and are starting to develop physically, emotionally, and psychologically at a much different rate from the division(s) below it. Majors players get the cream of the crop jerseys and hats, play in a very competitive playoff series, and the 12-year-old all-star team can make it all the way to the LIttle League World Series in Williamsport if they are good (and lucky) enough!

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