Registration for the Spring 2018 Season Is Open!!!

Spring 2018 Registration

The first step in the registration process is to select the division you want to register for below.
Register by 11:59 PM on 12/31/17 and you will receive a free NBLL car magnet.

If you want to apply for Financial Aid click here.
Once the application has been approved you will receive a unique code that you will input during the registration process.

Spring 2018 T-Ball Registration

The T-Ball division emphasizes fun and participation. It is not competitive and the goal is to get kids hooked on the sport and to return the following season.  


WHO
First time players, ages 5 - 7 on August 31, 2018.  

Players must live or attend school within the geographic boundaries defined for NBLL.


WHEN
Season: Opening Day is on April 7th. The season ends on May 19th.
Games: 6 to 8 one-hour games will be played on Saturdays
Practices: One-hour practices will be held midweek on your coach’s selected day


WHERE
Centennial Middle School baseball fields


TEAM CONSTRUCTION
Small team sizes to make sure that all players get a lot of action.
Friend and coach requests are accepted during the registration process.

**Friend requests will take priority over coach requests and while every effort is made to satisfy all friend requests, we can’t guarantee everyone will be met.**


REGISTRATION FEES
Early Bird Discount Registration Fee (12/11/17 - 1/15/18): $110
Standard Registration Fee (1/16/18 - 2/28/18): $130
Late Registration Fee (3/1/18 - 3/15/18): $160


FINANCIAL AID
If you want to apply for Financial Aid click here. Once the application has been approved you will receive a unique code that you will input during the registration process.


Please contact Brent Daily the VP of Farm with any questions at vpfarm@nbll.com.

For a more detailed description of the T-Ball division click here.

Spring 2018 Single A Registration

The Single A division emphasizes fun and participation.  It is not competitive and the goal is to get kids hooked on the sport and to return the following season. Coaches pitch to players in Single A.  If the player doesn’t make contact after a few pitches, the player will hit off of the tee.  Everyone hits the ball.


WHO
Players, ages 6 - 8 on August 31, 2018. Players should have one-year of experience in organized baseball unless they are 8.  

Players must live or attend school within the geographic boundaries defined for NBLL.


WHEN
Season: Opening Day is on April 7th. The season ends on May 19th.
Games: 6 to 8 one-hour games will be played on Saturdays
Practices: One-hour practices will be held midweek on your coach’s selected day


WHERE
Centennial Middle School baseball fields


TEAM CONSTRUCTION
Small team sizes to make sure that all players get a lot of action.
Friend and coach requests are accepted during the registration process.

**Friend requests will take priority over coach requests and while every effort is made to satisfy all friend requests, we can’t guarantee everyone will be met.**


REGISTRATION FEES
Early Bird Discount Registration Fee (12/11/17 - 1/15/18): $165
Standard Registration Fee (1/16/18 - 2/28/18): $190
Late Registration Fee (3/1/18 - 3/15/18): $220

FINANCIAL AID

If you want to apply for Financial Aid click here. Once the application has been approved you will receive a unique code that you will input during the registration process.


Please contact Brent Daily the VP of Farm with any questions at vpfarm@nbll.com.


For a more detailed description of the Single A division click here.

Spring 2018 AA Registration

This division is for ages 8-9 (see the Little League Age Determination HERE) and is primarily child-pitch, although the batting tee will be used if 4 “balls” are recorded in order to keep the game moving and to encourage the development of players at all positions.  Generally, AA players have at least 1-2 years of baseball experience and can comfortably throw and catch a baseball.


At the AA level, teams are formed by the VP of Minors with the goal of creating balanced teams for the development and enjoyment of all players.  We will also strive to honor limited requests to play with friends.  Therefore, players in AA may request one friend on the registration form and mutual requests will be fulfilled (i.e. Player A requests to play with Player B, and Player B requests Player A).  However, we can’t guarantee that each "non-mutual" request will be met.  School data may also be used to help form teams, as well, so please ensure that your child's school information is up to date in the NBLL database.  Coach requests by players are not accepted at the AA level.

  • AA teams will generally have 2 games per week, and 1-2 practices per week.  Practices will be scheduled at the discretion of the coaches
  • AA teams will be scheduled for 12 regular season games, and may play a single-elimination post-season tournament
  • Games will be played on Monday, Wednesday and Saturdays
  • Opening Day is April 7th and the season will end before Memorial Day. 
  • NBLL will provide each player with a team jersey and cap that they will keep
  • NBLL will provide baseballs and catchers equipment for the players to use
  • The players must provide the balance of their uniforms (cleats, pants, socks and belts), bats, batting helmets and a baseball glove

Any player registering for this division must live or attend school within the geographic boundaries defined for NBLL.  For more information on player eligibility and the NBLL geographic boundaries, click HERE.


REGISTRATION FEES
Early Bird Discount Registration Fee (12/11/17 - 1/15/18): $215
Standard Registration Fee (1/16/18 - 2/15/18): $245
Late Registration Fee (2/16/18 - 2/28/18): $275


FINANCIAL AID

If you want to apply for Financial Aid click here. Once the application has been approved you will receive a unique code that you will input during the registration process.


Please contact Dave Schechter the VP of Minors with any questions at vpminors@nbll.com.

For a more detailed description of the AA division click here.

Spring 2018 AAA Registration

For Players Ages 9 - 11

AAA is for ages 9-11 (see the Little League Age Determination HERE) and is the most competitive Minor League division and is great preparation for playing in Major Leagues or Intermediate Leagues in future seasons.  Generally, AAA players have at least 2 years of organized baseball experience, although this is not a requirement.


Teams are formed through a division draft.  As in all NBLL divisions, managers emphasize fundamentals, teamwork, player development and fun.  In AAA, players pitch and walks are allowed, although a maximum-run-per-inning rule is in place to keep games moving and to help in developing pitchers.  Scores are kept, outs are recorded, but no league standings are published on the NBLL website.

  • AAA teams will generally have 2 games per week, and 1-2 practices per week.  Practices will be scheduled at the discretion of the coaches
  • AAA teams will be scheduled for 12 regular season games and these games will be played on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdays
  • Opening Day is April 7th and the season will end before Memorial Day
  • NBLL will provide each player with a team jersey and cap that they will keep
  • NBLL will provide baseballs and catchers equipment for the players to use
  • The players must provide the balance of their uniforms (cleats, pants, socks and belts), bats, batting helmets and a baseball glove

Any player registering for this division must live or attend school within the geographic boundaries defined for NBLL.  For more information on player eligibility and the NBLL geographic boundaries, click HERE.


AAA ASSESSMENTS
Players who register for the AAA must attend an assessment.  Assessments are tentatively scheduled for Sunday, March 4th, at Iris Fields, weather permitting. Specific times will be published on www.nbll.com and updates will be emailed to players that have registered for AAA.  In the case of inclement weather, assessments will be held on a date that is TBD.  The purpose of the assessments is to ensure that players are registered for the division that best matches their playing level and to assist in forming balanced teams within each division.  


Players who attend a Majors tryout and are not drafted to a Majors team will be placed on a AAA team.  In this case, there is no need to attend a AAA assessment in addition to the Majors tryout.


Questions about assessments? Contact Shawn Rodda, Player Agent, at  playeragent@nbll.com.


REGISTRATION FEES
Early Bird Discount Registration Fee (12/11/17 - 1/15/18): $215
Standard Registration Fee (1/16/18 - 2/15/18): $245
Late Registration Fee (2/16/18 - 2/28/18): $275

FINANCIAL AID

If you want to apply for Financial Aid click here. Once the application has been approved you will receive a unique code that you will input during the registration process.


Please contact Dave Schechter the VP of Minors with any questions at vpminors@nbll.com.

For a more detailed description of the AAA division click here.

Spring 2018 Majors Registration

The Majors Division is a competitive baseball league for Little League Age 10-12 year olds (see the Little League Age Determination HERE).  There are no age exceptions for Majors. Team placement is through a player evaluation process (assessment) and a division draft.  Majors managers and coaches reinforce baseball fundamentals, teamwork, sportsmanship, and fun.

  • Majors teams will play approximately 12 league games
  • Majors games are played on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays (except for Saturday Opening Day)
  • Players on a Majors team should expect to be on the field 4-5 times per week with games and practices
  • NBLL will provide each player with a team jersey and cap that they will keep
  • NBLL will provide baseballs and catchers equipment for the players to use
  • The players must provide the balance of their uniforms (cleats, pants, socks and belts), bats, batting helmets and a baseball glove

Players in the Majors Division are eligible for selection to an All-Star Team that will participate in a post-season tournament at the District level and potentially at the State level in July.


Any player registering for this division must live or attend school within the geographic boundaries defined for NBLL.  For more information on player eligibility and the NBLL geographic boundaries, click HERE.


Please contact Tim Hartrick the VP of Majors with any questions at vpmajors@nbll.com.    


MAJORS ASSESSMENTS
All players who register for the Majors must attend an assessment.  The assessments are tentatively scheduled for Sunday, February 25 and Saturday, March 3, at Iris Fields, weather permitting.  Specific times will be published on www.nbll.com and updates will be emailed to players that have registered for Majors.  Players need only attend ONE assessment session.  In the case of inclement weather, assessments will be held on a date that is TBD.  All 12 year olds will be drafted on to Majors teams, and 10 and 11 year olds not selected for a Majors team will be eligible for the AAA draft.  The purpose of the assessments is to ensure that players are registered for the division that best matches their playing level and to assist in forming balanced teams within each division.


Questions about assessments? Contact Shawn Rodda, Player Agent, at  playeragent@nbll.com.


REGISTRATION FEES
Early Bird Discount Registration Fee (12/11/17 - 1/15/18): $230
Standard Registration Fee (1/16/18 - 2/15/18): $260
Late Registration Fee (2/16/18 - 2/28/18): $290

FINANCIAL AID

If you want to apply for Financial Aid click here. Once the application has been approved you will receive a unique code that you will input during the registration process.

Spring 2018 Challenger Registration

The Challenger Division is a separate division of Little League baseball for boys and girls with physical and developmental challenges, ages 5-18. Participants are paired with non-disabled peers as buddies to learn and enjoy the game of baseball.  This division meets once per week for 6 weeks. Please see www.nbll.com for more information, or contact the NBLL Challenger Coordinator at challenger@nbll.com.


There is no registration fee for the Challenger program, and there are no tryouts or assessments for Challenger participants
.

Please contact Liz Roberts the VP of Challenger with any questions at vpchallenger@nbll.com.