|Division||Player Age Range|
|Instructional||5 - 6|
|American||7 - 8|
|Minors||9 - 10|
|Majors||11 - 12|
|Pony||13 - 14|
|Colt||15 - 16|
|Legion||17 - 19|
Instructional -The Instructional Division is for boys and girls 5-6 years old who want to learn the fundamentals of hitting and fielding. The Instructional Division is a coach pitch division though players may opt to hit a ball off a batting tee. The primary goals of this division are to instruct children in the fundamentals of baseball and to allow them to experience the value of teamwork. Rosters may be composed of between 12 and 20 players, but most years the rosters are in the 12-15 range. TheInstructional Division plays all games on E Field at Evans Field Complex, all games consist of up to four innings or a two hour time limit.
American -American division players will continue to work on the fundamentals of throwing, fielding, and hitting while learning a team concept. During the game, coaches are permitted on the field to pitch to their own players and to reinforce defensive positions in the field. This division is more competitive while reinforcing the concept that winning and losing and sportsmanship go hand-in-hand. Outs are recorded and the score is kept in this division, however, the overall goals of this division are sportsmanship, teamwork, fundamentals, and most importantly, safety. All games consist of up to 6 innings and are played on either, A Field or F Field at the Evans Field Complex.
Minors -The Minors Division is an entry level to organized competitive baseball. Kids pitch in this division with continuous batting orders and required substitutions. Games are six innings and played two to three times per week on either A Field or C Field at the Evans Field Complex.
Majors -The Major League division is for high skill level players and is more competitive than the Minor League. There are limited substitution requirements. Each player must be in the field a minimum of six defensive outs per game and have at least one turn at bat. Games are six innings and played two to three times per week on either A Field or C Field at the Evans Field Complex. Additional practices and/or make-up games should be expected.
Pony/Colt/Legion -These divisions are all highly competitive baseball divisions. There is a greater level of commitment to these divisions as they are all considered travel teams. These divisions play teams from the surrounding neighborhoods of Bethel Park, Elizabeth, Baldwin, etc. The Pony division has historically been the only division out of the three to have multiple teams. Home games are played on D Field at Evans Field Complex.