intramural baseball

INTRAMURAL program


During the registration process you may be given the option to choose from multiple divisions/programs to register your child.  We simply recommend exercising your best judgment on which division would be appropriate for your child based on their skill level.

intramural divisions


Quickball 

  • Age Group: 4-5 years old
  • Quickball is a form of beginner level baseball that is different than tee ball. It brings a faster pace to keep the younger children engaged, while also providing a method for the youngsters to easily learn the basics of baseball through a rotation of drills. At this level all necessary equipment is supplied by LAA. This is the only level at LAA which is coed. The Quickball program typically meets 2 weeknights per week. For more detailed information, you can visit www.usaquickball.com.

Coach Pitch

  • Age Group: 5-6 years old
  • The very beginning stages of learning organized baseball. The focus is on teaching fundamentals and incorporating the rules of game play. Typically involves one game/practice during the week, plus an additional game on the weekend. This age group uses a tee ball and is a "coach pitch" format. This is the first level that equipment such as helmet, glove, bat, etc. start to get used.

Rookies

  • Age Group: 7-8 years old
  • Starts as “coach pitch” with the goal of transitioning to kid pitch during the season. The focus is on advanced fundamentals with modified baseball rules. Typically involves one game/practice during the week, plus an additional game on the weekend. Standard baseball equipment needed.

Minors

  • Age Group: 9-10 years old
  • Kids pitch only. Higher level of competitiveness, applying the lessons learned from prior years. Games are 6 innings or a max of 90 minutes. Cal Ripken league rules are applied with modified stealing added. Typically involves one game/practice during the week, plus an additional game on the weekend.

Majors

  • Age Group: 11-12 years old
  • Same format is applied as in the Minors, but advanced Cal Ripken league rules are applied. Examples include stealing, balks, etc.

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