The Majors Division is the highest level of Little League play. Teams are formed through a draft process. Players must attend the “Player Evaluations" to be eligible for the draft. This division is for sufficiently skilled 11 and 12 year old players.
Roster size is limited to 12 players per team.
A majority of the games will be played with everyone in the batting lineup, and no player will sit out for more than two innings per game. There may be some inter-league or tournament games where this does not apply.
The regular season schedule may include inter-league games with other Little League programs. There are usually 2-3 games per week (potential 8pm night games) and 3 or more practices.
The regular season will conclude just before the 4th of July weekend with all teams participating in a year end tournament. Each team will also have the opportunity to play in a post season tournament.
All Players in this division are eligible for District/State Post-Season Tournament Teams.
To enhance the Baseball experience for everyone involved, all draft procedures are formatted in a way that will best serve each player, based on individual skill level and the overall skill set of each division.
Those who do not attend Player Evaluations will be placed in a division according to age and skill level.
Placement of all players is subject to Player Agent approval