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Fall Ball


10 Game, Non-Competitive Season with games on Sundays from Sept 11th - Nov 13th, 2022

Fall Ball registration is NOW OPEN and will close on July 31st. 

***Tee Ball, Rookies and CAPS Orientation plus Manager meetings will be on Sunday, August 28th.***
CAPS: Managers Meeting at 9:00am followed by Orientation at 9:30am
Rookies: Managers Meeting at 10:30am followed by Orientation at 11:00am
Tee Ball: Managers Meeting at 12:00pm followed by Orientation at 12:30pm


Fall Ball is a developmental season of baseball and is especially good for players who are moving up to a new division for Spring. Practices are once a week and players can note which days work or don't work on registration. The Fall Ball schedule is designed so that players can still play their other fall sports.  Players can request to play with up to two friends and can note a coach preference on their registration.  This is not guaranteed but we try to honor all request.  Players will receive a hat and jersey.

Players must live or attend school in Peninsula or Point Loma Little League boundary.

League Age for Fall Ball:

League Age for Fall Ball registration is based on your player's league age for Spring 2023. (i.e. how old your player will be on 8/31/2023)

Divisions: 
The following divisions are available for Fall Ball 2022: 
T-Ball 
Rookies (Coach Pitch)
CAPS (Machine Pitch)
Minors Gold (Intro to Player Pitch)
Minors Maroon (Player Pitch)
Intermediates (50/70)
Juniors (60/90)
Challengers (players with special needs)

Umpires:
We will have umpires for Minors Gold, Minors Maroon, Intermediates, and Juniors divisions!

Games:
Games will take place on Sundays at Cleator Field (Peninsula LL fields) and Optimist Park (Point Loma LL fields). 
Teams in a division that participates in inter-league may also play games at fields within District 32.  

Practices:

Teams will practice one weekday evening per week at a park in the Point Loma/Ocean Beach neighborhoods.  Practice locations include: Cleator Field (Peninsula LL fields), Optimist Park (Point Loma LL fields), Robb Field, Ocean Beach Elementary, Dana Middle School, Cabrillo Rec Center, and Liberty Station Park. Practice locations will be assigned to teams.  Players will not have to opportunity to request a practice location.

How do I know what division to register my child for?
See the guidelines and registration suggestions by league age listed below.  Go to Division Descriptions for more information about divisions.

League Age 4 year olds: Can only play Tee Ball.

League Age 5 year olds: Most play Tee Ball.  If they have completed one spring season of Tee Ball, are mature for their age, and have above average baseball skills for their age, they can play Rookies (coach pitch).

League Age 6-year-olds:  If they are brand new to baseball, they should play Tee Ball.  If they have completed one spring season of Tee Ball, they should play Rookies (coach pitch).   

League Age 7-year-olds: If they are brand new to baseball, they should play Rookies (coach pitch).  If they have completed at least one spring season of Rookies, they should play CAPS (machine pitch). 

League Age 8-year-olds: Most play CAPs. If they have completed at least one spring season of CAPS/NL, had a very successful season, are mature for their age, and have above average baseball skills for their age, have the option to play up in Minors Gold (player pitch).  Usually only a few 8 year olds play in Minors Gold and they can already catch, throw, and hit well.

League Age 9-year-olds: If they have played at least one spring season of CAPS/NL and had a very successful season, then they should play in Minors Gold.  If they are new to baseball, or if they struggled in CAPS/NL the previous season, they should play in CAPS.  

League Age 10-year-olds: Players new to baseball or those who played in CAPS/NL (machine pitch) in the spring should play in Minors Gold.  Players with at least one spring season of player pitch experience should play in Minors Maroon.

League Age 11-year-olds: If they have played at least two seasons of Minors/AL (player pitch) and had a at least one very successful season, then they should play in Intermediates.  If they struggled in Minors/AL the previous season, they should play in Minors Maroon.  If they are new to baseball or simply need another season of development, they should play in Minors Gold.    

League Age 12-year-olds: Can only play Intermediates, they cannot play down at Minors or play up at Juniors.

League Age 13-year-olds: Most play Intermediates, they can also play Juniors.

League Age 14-and 15-year-olds: Can only play Juniors. 




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