NOTE: Ages below refer to "Little League Age", which is defined as the age a player will turn on or before August 31st. E.g., a child who is 6 but turns 7 on August 15th is a "Little League 7YO" and eligible for Jr. Farm. Little League International provides an Age Calculator and age chart you may use to determine your child's little league age.
Tee Ball is a little up in the air this year, so we ask you to bear with us. We promise to do our best to get our 5- and 6-year-olds on the field this year, and barring anything unforeseen we do believe it will happen, we just are not sure of the logistics or timing at this point. We will update you as soon as we make some decisions. Rest assured, if you register before the details are finalized and the ultimate schedule or timing doesn't work for you, we will be happy to issue a full refund.
The Junior Farm division is a coach-pitch format for 7-year-olds, designed to develop more fundamentals and understanding of baseball, and to continue to foster a love and enjoyment of the game. Format generally consists of two weeknights (usually Monday and Wednesday), each being 45 minutes of practice followed by a 45 minute scrimmage.
The Farm division is a combination player/coach pitch format for 8-year-olds designed to instill more appreciation for the rules of the game and prepare players for future competition in Summer Travel baseball. Format generally consists of two weeknights (generally Tuesday and Thursday), each with 30 minutes of practice followed by a 1 hour game.
The Minors division is the first year of bona fide player-pitch baseball, generally for 9- and 10-year-olds, although some 8s and 11s may be allowed depending on ability or physical considerations. Format generally consists of 1-2 games per week on weeknights or Saturdays, as well as a division-wide group workout, typically held on Thursdays.
The Majors division is the prime of Little League baseball, generally for 11- and 12-year-olds, although some 10s may be allowed depending on ability (unfortunately, anyone who turns 13 years old on or before August 31st is ineligible per Little League International rules). Players will be chosen by draft based on evaluations of past coaches and/or a formal tryout/skills session. Format generally consists of 1-2 games per week on weeknights or Saturdays, as well as practices scheduled by each team’s individual coaching staff.
The Juniors/Seniors division is a combined format accommodating ages 13-15 interested in continuing to develop their skills and love of the game while competing inter-town with teams from Cohasset and potentially other surrounding towns. Teams will be chosen by draft, and games will be played on a full-size 60/90 diamond. Games may be any day of the week except Sundays (other than the occasional make up game if absolutely necessary), and practices will be at the discretion of each team’s coaching staff.