Don’t strike out! Register now for all levels of Arlington Little League Baseball.
Pitchers and catchers — and everyone else on the baseball diamond — are ready to return to play for another exciting, instructive, and fun season of Arlington Little League Baseball.
But first, players must register. And registration for the spring 2023 season is open!
Players in divisions ranging from Jr. Tee Ball to Majors and 50/70 (and above) can sign up to enjoy another season of Arlington Little League (A.L.L.). The league provides skill-based baseball experiences for boys and girls ages 4 to 12 with opportunities for everyone to play in every game.
Kids ages 4 and 5 learn baseball basics in Jr. Tee Ball, advancing next season to Tee Ball for 5- and 6-year-olds. Rookies ages 6 and 7 build on their tee ball skills with coaches pitching before moving the next season to Single A (ages 7 and 8). Players being pitching at AA (8 and 9), then AAA (9 and 10), and finally to Majors (11 and 12).
Older players 11, 12, and 13 compete in the 50/70 division, where they develop advanced skills on bigger diamonds with more demanding baseball challenges.
The spring program runs from March through June, although tournaments for the higher levels may extend into July. A.L.L also runs a Challengers program on Sunday afternoons for children with physical and mental disabilities.
The A.L.L. program strives to achieve competitive equity between teams at the Majors and 50/70 levels to ensure a balanced experience for young players. A.L.L. has dedicated coaches at each level who pride themselves in teaching the American Pastime in the right way — fair, competitive, and fun. And parents can’t help but get caught up in the baseball action.
Teams at lower levels are forming now and still have room for more registrants who sign up soon. Scholarships are available for any family in need. Register for all levels here.
Do we have to say it? OK, then: Play ball!
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