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Minors Division (8-10 Year Olds)

 

Minors is a developmental division in which players continue to advance their baseball skills, as well as gain knowledge of pitching fundamentals. This is a youth pitch division. Games and practices are held on a 46/60 field. Boys and girls ages 8, 9 and 10 are eligible. As number of players allow, the Minors division will be segmented into Minors AA and Minors AAA.

As an instructional division, coaches will continue to focus on teaching the fundamentals, teamwork, good sportsmanship all via positive reinforcement. Although competition is important, it is secondary to providing players with an excellent foundation and appreciation for the game.


Teams will be selected through a draft after a mandatory one-time player evaluation. Players are drafted to ensure team parity, all are assigned to a team and everyone gets an opportunity to play. During the evaluation, volunteers will assess individual competencies that will be referenced during the draft selection process. 
 

Spring and Fall Season Overviews:

For the spring season, typically, 10 games are scheduled, which are played predominantly on weekends with a few weekday games. 8 games are typically scheduled for the fall season. Games are 6 innings with a 2-hour hard time limit. No inning will be started after 1 hour and 30 minutes.

 

Typically, teams will play two games. In the spring season, the season will conclude with playoffs to determine the league champion. 

 

For the spring season, players are assigned to a team in mid to late March and the head coach will contact you via email or phone. Practices are held at the discretion of the head coach, but typically once per week. For the fall season, practices and games typically start in early September and run through October.

 

Equipment:

In addition to playing facilities, NMYBBSB will provide players with a jersey and hat. Bats must be USABat certified. Players are expected to have their own glove and will need to wear long pants and a protective cup. Coaches may ask that parents buy certain color pants and socks to coordinate with a team uniform.