T-ball (also teeball) is intended as an introduction for young children to develop ball-game skills and have fun. The principal difference between tee-ball and Coach Pitch is that the child usually hits the ball off of a stationary tee; the ball is generally not pitched. Thus, tee-ball allows a young child to learn the skills of batting, catching, running the bases, and throwing, while making it both easier to hit the ball and less likely for batters to be injured since they do not need to dodge wayward pitches. The ball is also softer.
Coach Pitch is a team sport to help develop boys and girls baseball skills and to have fun. At this level, the players advance from using a Tee and receive pitches from one of the coaches.
Softball is a variant of baseball played with a larger ball. Softball rules vary somewhat from those of baseball.
Game Rules for All Levels for the 2016 Season
Season Starts: April
Season Ends: June
Tee Ball & Coach Pitch: $55.00 per player
Softball & Baseball: $65.00 per player
Tee Ball: Girls and Boys in Kindergarten
Coach Pitch: Girls and Boys in 1st & 2nd Grades
Softball: Girls in 3rd-8th Grades
Baseball: Boys in 3rd-8th Grades
Players will receive:
All players must wear:
Cleats or Sneakers (metal cleats are not allowed)
Players who do not have the proper uniform will not be allowed to play in games.
Note: During cold days, a player may wear warmer gear, but it must be worn UNDER their uniform so that referees/umpires can see player's number.