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Fall is a great time to play baseball. The focus is on skill-building, having fun, and allowing kids to continue to develop a love for the game of baseball.

 

6-8 year old:

The focus at this age group is on skill-building, teaching the proper mechanics of throwing, catching, and fielding. Team building, sportsmanship, and keeping the game fun are all important components at this age level. Practice is 1 time each week, with 1 game per week on Saturday.

 

Age 9-11 year old:

Skill building and teaching the proper mechanics as well as some of the finer points of throwing, catching, fielding are all very important at this age. Team building, sportsmanship, and keeping the game fun are all important components at this age level. Practice is 1 time each week, with 2 games per week.

 

Age 12-13 - Junior Division: 

note: Current major's 12 who wish to play fall ball, there will be a slight overlap of seasons and we ask that you make your major's team your priority for game conflicts.

The kids play on the larger, regulation, high school size fields. Skill building, team building, and keeping the game fun are all important components at this age level. Junior Division plays 2 games a week (Wednesday and Saturday)

 

Age 14-16 - Senior Division

The kids play on the larger, regulation, high school size fields. Skill building, team building, and keeping the game fun are all important components at this age level. Senior  Division plays 2 games a week (Tuesday and Saturday)

 

Bat regulations:

All bats have to be USA approved and have USA logo on them. For ages 12 and above, the BBCORE bats or wood bats can also be used.

 

If interested in Fall Ball Softball please visit Apponaug's website