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YORK COUNTY LITTLE LEAGUE

YORK COUNTY LITTLE LEAGUE

Registration info for our 2020 season was sent out in the monthly YCSD Community Flyer email.  Registration will open online on December 1, 2020.  Watch for emails and social media posts, early registrants will get $10 off!

New players (anyone that has not played YCLL in a Spring season): You can register your child through our website.  Please also attend one of our in-person registration dates to provide required documentation:
1. Player's original birth certificate (we will verify only, must be original, no copies are kept or needed)
2. Signed school enrollment form (link is on the home page of this website) OR three                 documents proving residency (see link on home page for these options) - School enrollment form is preferred!

Returning players:  Registration can be done through our website.  You DO NOT need to attend in-person to provide documentation!

Note: For baseball your child's little league age is based on their age as of August 31, 2020.  For softball your child's little league age is based on their age as of January 1, 2020.

In-person Registration

In-Person Registration Dates

1.  January 4 10am-2pm @ Tabb Library, 100 Long Green Blvd., Yorktown, VA
2.  January 11 10am-2pm @ Dare Elementary School Cafeteria, 300 Dare Rd., Yorktown, VA

Registration Listing

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There are no programs or divisions available at the moment. Please contact your club administrator with any questions.

Which division is the best fit for your player? See below for a brief description of each of our divisions this Spring.

Baseball - Tee-ball Division (4 YO – 6 YO) – 50’ bases – Introduction to the games of baseball and softball.  Geared towards first-time players, this division focuses on learning the basics of the game.  Rosters are typically kept relatively small, with games usually running between 60 – 90 minutes.  Batters hit off of a tee throughout the entire season, no score or outs are recorded, although outs on the field are honored.  The goal at the end of the season is for each player to have grown an appreciation for the game, while accumulating the skills to move on to their next division the following season. 

Baseball - Rookie Division (5 YO – 7 YO, 5 YO & 6 YO require one year of Tee-ball) – 55’ bases – Introduction to coach pitch baseball.  This division focuses on learning how to hit a thrown ball, while learning how to discern strikes from balls.  Rosters continue to be kept relatively small, with game times usually running around 90 minutes.  Players will begin the season receiving 5 hittable pitches from their coach, while finishing their at bat off a tee if unsuccessful in putting the ball in play.  Midway through the season players will transition to receiving 6 hittable pitches, after which if they have not put the ball in play they will be considered out.  Innings are limited to 3 outs or 5 runs, whichever occurs first, but no score is recorded.  The goal at the end of the season is for each player to have learned how to hit a pitched ball, while continuing to hone their defensive skills. 

Baseball - Single-A Division (7 YO – 8 YO) – 40’ pitching distance / 55’ bases – Introduction to player pitch baseball.  This division focuses on learning how not only to pitch a baseball, but also to be able to hit a pitch from a player vice a coach.  Standard roster sizes are used, innings are limited to 3 outs or 5 runs, the score is kept, with game times running no more than 2 hours.  Players will begin the season receiving 6 hittable pitches from their coach, after which if they have not placed the ball in play they will be considered out.  Midway through the season players will transition to receiving pitches from players.  Coaches will briefly spell the player pitchers if they struggle to throw strikes.  An expanded strike zone will be used.  Runners are not allowed to steal bases, and baserunning is controlled.  This is the first division where players must try out, teams will be assembled through a competitive draft, no special requests will be honored, and a post season will be held where a champion is determined.  The goal at the end of the season is for capable players to have begun to learn how to accurately throw strikes, and for each player to have learned how to hit a pitched ball from a player, while continuing to hone their defensive skills. 

***NOTE ON AA/AAA Divisions*** Players will be evaluated by AA and AAA managers and AAA will draft based on players they believe are most ready for this level.  Any players not chosen in the AAA draft will automatically be drafted in to the AA division for players that register for the AA/AAA Minor Division.

Baseball Double-A Division
(8 YO – 10 YO) – 46’ pitching distance / 60’ bases – Introduction to competitive baseball.  This division focuses on learning how to play competitive baseball, while also developing prospective players.  Standard roster sizes are used, innings are limited to 3 outs or 5 runs, the score is kept, with game times running approximately 2 hours.  Players will pitch, but coaches will briefly spell the player pitchers if they struggle to throw strikes.  An expanded strike zone will be used.  Base stealing is limited, but baserunning is unrestricted within the normal rules of the game.  Players must try out, teams will be assembled through a competitive draft, no special requests will be honored, and a post season will be held where a champion is determined.  The goal at the end of the season is for players to adjust to a higher pace of play, while beginning to learn the finer rules and strategies of the game.

Baseball Triple-A Division (8 YO – 10 YO) – 46’ pitching distance / 60’ bases – Competitive baseball.  This division focuses on playing competitive baseball.  The only standard rules not enforced are dropped third strike, infield fly, and leading off when baserunning.  Standard roster sizes are used, innings are limited to 3 outs or 5 runs, the score is kept, with games running approximately 2 hours.  Players will pitch and base stealing and running shall be unrestricted within the normal rules of the game.  Players must try out, teams will be assembled through a competitive draft, no special requests will be honored, and a post season will be held where a champion is determined.  This is the first division where players will be eligible to be voted to their respective YCLL All Star Teams by their peers.  The goal at the end of the season is for players to adjust to a higher pace of play and to be familiar with the finer rules and strategies of the game.

Baseball Majors Division (10 YO – 12 YO) – 46’ pitching distance / 60’ bases – Competitive baseball.  This division focuses on playing competitive baseball in accordance with the standard rules other than leading off when baserunning.  Standard roster sizes are used, innings are limited to 3 outs, the score is kept, with game times being unlimited.  Players will pitch and base stealing and running shall be unrestricted within the normal rules of the game.  Players must try out, teams will be assembled through a competitive draft, no special requests will be honored, and a post season will be held where a champion is determined.  Players will be eligible to be voted to their respective YCLL All Star Teams by their peers.  The goal at the end of the season is for players to have adjusted to the higher pace of play and to know the finer rules and strategies of the game.

Baseball Intermediate Division (11 YO – 13 YO) – 50’ pitching distance / 70’ bases – Competitive baseball while transitioning to the bigger field.  This division focuses on playing competitive baseball in accordance with the standard rules, including leading off the bases, while adjusting to a larger field.  Standard roster sizes are used, innings are limited to 3 outs, the score is kept, with game times being unlimited.  Players will pitch and base stealing and running shall be unrestricted within the normal rules of the game.  Players must try out, teams will be assembled through a competitive draft, no special requests will be honored, and a post season will be held where a champion is determined.  Players will be eligible to be voted to their respective YCLL All Star Teams by their peers.  The goal at the end of the season is for players to have adjusted to the larger field size, better preparing them for the full-sized field.

Baseball Jr. Division (12 YO – 14 YO) – 60.5’ pitching distance / 90’ bases – Competitive baseball on a full-sized field.  This division focuses on playing competitive baseball in accordance with the standard rules, including leading off the bases.  Standard roster sizes are used, innings are limited to 3 outs, the score is kept, with game times being unlimited.  Players will pitch and base stealing and running shall be unrestricted within the normal rules of the game.  Players must try out, teams will be assembled through a competitive draft, no special requests will be honored, and a post season will be held where a champion is determined.  Players will be eligible to be voted to their respective YCLL All Star Teams by their peers.  The goal at the end of the season is for players to have adjusted to the larger field size, better preparing them for High School baseball.

Baseball Sr. Division (13 YO – 16 YO) – 60.5’ pitching distance / 90’ bases – Competitive baseball on a full-sized field.  This division focuses on playing competitive baseball in accordance with the standard rules, including leading off of the bases.  Standard roster sizes are used, innings are limited to 3 outs, the score is kept, with game times being unlimited.  Players will pitch and base stealing and running shall be unrestricted within the normal rules of the game.  Players must try out, teams will be assembled through a competitive draft, no special requests will be honored, and a post season will be held where a champion is determined.  Players will be eligible to be voted to their respective YCLL All Star Teams by their peers.  The goal at the end of the season is for players to be ready for High School baseball.

 

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