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La Habra City Little League

La Habra City Little League

Division of Play

When registering, select the age appropriate division. If you want to request for your son or daughter to be eligible to “play up” in an older division, enter that request in the special request section on the registration form. Please note, however, that limited play up requests will be granted as our experience over many years has shown that players benefit more from being in an age appropriate division as opposed to possibly having to compete for playing time and not pitching in an older division. Likewise, enter “play down” requests in the special request section.

LHCLL reserves the right to re-assign a child to a division other than the one in which he or she is originally registered or requested by his parent. This is done for a variety of reasons: safety, the need for equal teams, for the development of any one particular child, to ensure that each division has the requisite number of players, or for the general well-being of the league as a whole.


Tee Ball

Tee Ball Baseball is for boys and girls 4- and 5-Year-Old who want to learn the fundamentals of hitting and fielding. In Tee Ball, players hit a ball off a batting tee. Rules of the game are designed to accommodate the need for teaching. As a Non-Competitive Division, the primary goals of Tee Ball are to instruct children in the fundamentals of baseball, to allow them to experience the value of teamwork and give them the opportunity to play baseball with their friends.  A small token of participation will be given to all players only.


Minor B

Minor B Baseball is for boys and girls 6- and 7-Year-Old who are hitting from machine/coach pitched ball as well as continuing to build on the fundamentals of hitting and fielding. League age 6 players will have completed one season of tee ball prior to playing Minor B. Rules of the game are designed to accommodate the need for teaching. As a Non-Competitive Division, the primary goals of Minor B are to instruct children in the fundamentals of baseball, to allow them to experience the value of teamwork and give them the opportunity to play baseball with their friends.  A small token of participation will be given to all players only.


Single A

Single-A Baseball is for boys and girls 7- and 8-Year-Old who are transitioning from machine/coach pitched play to batting against opposing youth pitchers. As a Non-Competitive Division, the primary goals of Single-A are to instruct children in the fundamentals of baseball, to allow them to experience the value of teamwork and give them the opportunity to play baseball with their friends.  A small token of participation will be given to all players only.


Double A

Double A is intended for League Age 8(special tryouts) and 9-Year-Old who are continuing to develop their abilities in a competitive baseball environment. AA Baseball is La Habra City Little League's entry-level competitive baseball division. As a Competitive Division, the primary goals of AA Baseball are to create a fair and balanced competition throughout the division and provide a suitable vehicle for team and individual skills development. If warranted, a 10 year old may be held back but will not be eligible to pitch.  First and second place trophies will be given to all players only.


Triple A

Triple A Baseball is for boys and girls 9(special tryouts), 10- and 11-Year-Old who are continuing to develop their abilities in a competitive baseball environment. Triple A Baseball is La Habra City Little League's highest Minor division before moving on to Little League Majors baseball. As a Competitive Division, the primary goals of AAA Baseball are to create a fair and balanced competition throughout the division, provide a suitable vehicle for team and individual skills development and prepare the players for Majors Division play.  First and second place trophies will be given to all players only.


Majors

Majors Baseball is for boys and girls 11- and 12-Year-Old who are refining all the skills they have been building up in the Minor divisions in this next stage of competitive baseball. Majors Baseball is also known as the Little League Baseball Division. As a Competitive Division, the primary goals of Majors Baseball are to create a fair and balanced competition throughout the division, provide a suitable vehicle for team and individual skills development and stage the players for much higher levels of play.  First and second place trophies will be given to all players only.


Intermediate (50/70)

Intermediate (50/70) Baseball is for boys and girls 11- to 13-Year-Old who are preparing to transition from 46/60-foot fields to 60/90-foot sized baseball fields. 50/70 Division allows players preparing for higher divisions and high school baseball to incrementally transition by providing the opportunity to develop on a larger field(50/70-foot sized baseball fields) prior to making the move to 60/90 foot sized fields. As a Competitive Division, the primary goals of Intermediate (50/70) Baseball are to provide the players a suitable vehicle to transition from traditional sized Little League Baseball fields to fields that will prepare players for most competitive arenas of Youth Baseball such as High School, Junior Little League and Senior Little League.  Games will be held on Sunday's with travel to neighboring cities.


Junior League

Junior League Baseball is for boys and girls 13- to 15-Year-Old (14-Year-Old must be a Freshman in high school) who are honing their abilities at the highest levels of competition. The first half of the Juniors season is played on 54/80-foot baseball field and the second half is played using a conventional 90-foot diamond with a pitching distance of 60 feet, 6 inches. As a Competitive Division, the primary goals of Juniors Baseball are to provide the players a suitable vehicle to take their game to the next level in preparation for most competitive arenas of Youth Baseball such as High School and Senior Little League. Rosters are, typically, more than 12 players. Youth pitching is at this level. Scoring and Standings are kept. Umpires officiate the game. Games will be played at Esteli park along with travel to neighboring cities.  First place trophies will be given to all players only.


Senior League

Senior League Baseball is for boys 14-16 years old who are honing their abilities at the highest levels of competition. Senior baseball is played using a conventional 90-foot diamond with a pitching distance of 60 feet, 6 inches. As a Competitive Division, the primary goals of Senior League Baseball are to provide the players a suitable vehicle to take their game to the next level in preparation for High School. Rosters are, typically, more than 12 players. Youth pitching is at this level. Scoring and Standings are kept. Umpires officiate the game. Games will be played at Esteli park along with travel to neighboring cities. 


Tournament of Champions

At the end of the 2020 Spring Season, all first place Double A, Triple A, Majors and Juniors teams will be eligible to compete in District 56's Tournament of Champions. Dates and locations to be determined.


All Stars

The Little League International Tournament is the most widely known youth sports tournament in the world. There are six levels of tournament play in Little League Baseball®, with opportunities for players ages 10 to 15. The tournaments start at the District level, and teams must win their way to advance through the International Tournament. The 10-Year-Old and 9- to 11-Year-Old Tournaments culminate at the State Level, while the Little League (12-Year-Old), Little League Intermediate (50/70) Baseball, Junior League, and Senior League divisions all conclude at a World Series Tournament. Dates and locations to be determined.


Futures All Stars

This year, District 56 will have a "Futures All Star" tournament with opportunities for players ages 7- and 8-Year-Old. Dates and locations to be determined.

Contact

La Habra City Little League Baseball Inc.
PO BOX 964 
La Habra, California 90633

Email: [email protected]

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