BRIARCLIFF MANOR, N.Y. -- Briarcliff Little League is holding open registration online for its Little League divisions for the 2014 spring season.
Baseball players can register for the season online at www.briarclifflittleleague.org.
For this spring, the Little League age of a child is based on their age as of Wednesday, April 30. A child's grade level will not be considered.
Cubs TBall Division:
LL ages 5-7: There are no tryouts for 5- or 6-year-olds, no exceptions. Seven-year-olds should go to the skills assessment if they wish to play in the AA Division
According to LL rules, all current and new coaches or assistant coaches will have to complete a background check (contact Art Hardy for details). Practices and games will take place on Saturday mornings.
AA Machine Pitch Division:
LL ages 7-8: If there are slots available, then 8-year-olds may have an opportunity to play in the minors based on the skills assessment. Practices and games will take place at 5 p.m. during the week (one to two weeknights) and on Saturday mornings predominantly at Neighborhood Park and/or McCrum.
LL ages 8-11: Ten- and 11-year-olds are eligible for the majors draft; if they are not drafted then they will be placed in the minors. Practices and games will take place at 5 p.m. during the week (one to two week nights) and on Saturday mornings predominantly at McCrum
LL ages 10-12: Players on spring 2012 major league rosters do not need to attend the skills assessment
All 12-year-olds will play in the majors. Ten- and 11-year-olds will be selected by draft and based on roster slots; undrafted 10- and 11-year-olds will be slotted in the minors.
Practices and games will take place at 5 p.m. during the week (one to two week nights) and on Saturday mornings predominantly at Ryder Park. There will be occasional night games at the high school LL/softball field which is back online this spring.
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