Player Divisions—Baseball

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Tee-Ball

Tee-Ball is an instructional league where our goal is the teach players the fundamentals of hitting, fielding and throwing along with learning the basic rules of baseball. In addition, we believe players make new friends, learn to play as a team, and have fun. Tee Ball is open to boys and girls.

  • Age: 5 - 6 year olds
  • Must be age 5 by September 30, 2018
  • Hitting: All Players will hit off of a tee during the first half of the season. During the second half of the season those who can consistently demonstrate proper form will have the option to hit an under hand pitch from a coach.
  • Field Size: Games are played on a small 50-foot base path
  • Ball Type: soft tee ball
  • No Outfielders
  • Teams of 8
  • Team Formation: Players are placed on teams based on the school they attend. The first 8 are placed on Squad A, the second 8 on Squad B. Those who attend private school or are home schooled are linked to the public school they would have been assigned based on home address.

For more information, please see the "Tee-Ball Supplemental Rules and Procedures" form.

Rookie Ball

Rookie Ball is an instructional league where our goal is the teach players the fundamentals of hitting, fielding, and throwing along with learning some of the rules and strategies of baseball. In addition, we believe players make new friends, learn to play as a team, start building a passion for the game and have fun. Rookie Ball is open to boys and girls.

  • Age: 7 - 8 year olds
  • Age as of August 31, 2018
  • Hitting: Players will be hitting off of a spring loaded pitching machine
  • Field Size: The field size is 60-foot base path
  • Ball Type: Semi-hard ball

For more information, please see the "Rookie Ball Supplemental Rules and Procedures" form.

Minor League

All Minor league levels are an instructional level; the goal of the Minor league is to build on the fundamentals of hitting, fielding, and throwing while being introduced to recreational competitiveness. At this level, players will continue to have fun while experiencing teamwork, sportsmanship, and a passion for the game. Minor league is open to boys and girls; one year of Farm (AA) level is required before moving to the Minors (AAA).

There are two levels to the Minor leagues: Farm (AA) and Minors (AAA).

Farm (AA) level

  • Age: 9 year olds; some 8 years old may be able to play at this level after passing a safety evaluation, Rookie ball coach recommendation and being drafted to a Farm team
  • Age as of August 31, 2018
  • Hitting: Players will be hitting off of a player for the first three (3) innings and a coach for the last 3 innings
  • Field Size: The field size is 60-foot base path and pitching is at 46 feet
  • Ball Type: Hard ball
  • Team Formation: Players will participate in a evaluation (tryout) and be drafted onto a team
  • Competition: Regular season games and small postseason tournament

Minors (AAA) level

  • Age: 10 - 11 year olds
  • Age as of August 31, 2018
  • Requirement: one year of Farm level experience
  • Hitting: Players will be hitting off of a player for all 6 innings
  • Field Size: The field size is 60-foot base path and pitching is at 46 feet
  • Ball Type: Hard ball
  • Team Formation: Players will participate in a evaluation (tryout) and be drafted onto a team
  • Competition: Regular season games, All-stars, and small postseason tournament

Major League

The Major league level is a competitive level that continues to stress fundamental baseball and introduce more advance baseball techniques and strategies. Players will continue to have fun building life-time memories with other teammates. At this level, players will remain on the same team once drafted. Major league is open to boys and girls.

  • Age: 11 - 12 year olds; some highly skilled 10 year olds may be able to play at this level
  • Birthdates between May 1, 2005 and August 31, 2007
  • Hitting: Players will be hitting off of a player for all 6 innings
  • Field Size: The field size is 60-foot base path and pitching is at 46 feet
  • Team Formation: Players will participate in a evaluation (tryout) and be drafted onto a team
  • Competition: Regular season games, inter-league, All-stars, and several postseason tournaments

Intermediate (50/70) Baseball Division

  • Age: 11 - 13 year olds
  • Birthdates between September 1, 2004 and August 31, 2007

The Intermediate (50/70) Baseball Division utilizes a 50-0foot pitching distance and 70-foot base paths. The division was formally adopted by Little League Baseball in 2013 for players league-age 11-13 with post-season tournament opportunities, including a World Series, offers a transition for players between the standard Little League field size (46-foot pitching distance and 60-foot base paths) and the Junior/Senior/Big League field size (60-foot, 6-inch pitching distance and 90-foot base paths). Mukilteo Little League began offering an Intermediate program in 2014.

Many of the Junior League rules are used such as runners being permitted to lead off bases, runners may attempt to steal at any time, and allowing an on-deck batter.

The culmination of the International Tournament is the Intermediate (50/70) Baseball World Series, featuring teams from around the world. All expenses for the teams advancing to the World Series (travel, meals, and housing) are paid by Little League International.

Junior League

The Junior League is a competitive level that moves players to the big diamond. Players will continue to experience teamwork, friendship, and sportsmanship. Junior league is open to boys and girls.

  • Age: 13 - 14 year olds
  • Birthdates between September 1, 2003 and April 30, 2005
  • Field Size: The field size is 90-foot base path and pitching is at 60 feet and 6 inches
  • Team Formation: Based on the amount of players signed up to play there could be a evaluation and tryout or just one team formed
  • Competition: Other Junior Division teams in the Snohomish county area

Senior League

The Senior League is a competitive level that builds on the abilities and competition experience in the Junior League. Players will build their baseball skills in preparation for or as an alternate to high school baseball. Senior league is open to boys and girls.

  • Age: 15 - 16 year olds; 14 year olds can play at this level but are not eligible for all-stars
  • Birthdates between September 1, 2001 and August 31, 2003
  • Field Size: The field size is 90-foot base path and pitching is at 60 feet and 6 inches
  • Team Formation: Based on the amount of players signed up to play there could be a evaluation and tryout or just one team formed
  • Competition: Other Senior Division teams in the Snohomish county area