Tee Ball (Ages 4-6)

This is a basic introduction to baseball. The players learn the fundamentals through practice and games. Players hit the ball off of a stationary tee and play in the field with coaches nearby to help with instruction.


MAPS (Ages 6-8)

At this level, players improve their fundamental skills, sportsmanship, and teamwork. The Diamond used is a 60-foot diamond and the pitching distance is 46 feet with the use of a pitching machine. This division is machine pitch as the player further develop batting and fielding skills.


Minors (Ages 8-11)

The skills that the players have been accumulating finally come together as they now work as a team pitching, hitting and fielding the ball. The Diamond used is a 60-foot diamond and the pitching distance is 46 feet. This division is player-pitch. Fundamentals and sportsmanship are still stressed along with the strategies required for competitive play.


Majors (ages 11-12)

The next level of advancement for players focused on advanced skills and tournament play. This division is the first to be eligible for international tournament play. The culmination of the International Tournament is the Little League Baseball World Series, featuring teams from around the world. The diamond used is a 60-foot diamond and the pitching distance is 46 feet.


Intermediate (Ages 12-13)

This is a new division of Little League Baseball in 2013 for players league-age 12-13 with postseason tournament opportunities, including a World Series. It offers a transition for players between the standard Little League field size (46-foot pitching distance and 60-foot base paths) and the Junior/Senior field size (60-foot, 6-inch pitching distance and 90-foot base paths). This division has a 50 foot Pitching distance and 70 foot base paths.


Juniors (Ages 13-14)

The Junior League Baseball Division is a program for players ages 13-14, using a conventional 90-foot diamond with a pitching distance of 60 feet, 6 inches. Modified diamond dimensions may be used during the regular season.


Seniors (Ages 14-16) and Big League (Ages 16-18) 

These are the highest levels of play in Little League baseball. Games are played on a regulation size baseball field and follow rules similar to those found in professional baseball. 15 year olds cannot pitch in juniors. Anyone interested in Seniors or Big League should email our president at president@ucll.org.



This division provides boys and girls with disabilities the opportunity to experience the emotional development and fun of playing Little League Baseball. The Little League Challenger Division accommodates players ages 4 to 18; or up to age 22 if still enrolled in school. The Senior League Challenger Division accommodates players ages 15 and above (no maximum age).