Minor League traditionally consists of 8-10 teams split between A and B leagues. The A and B leagues are split based on evaluation scores. “A” will be more skilled players, and “B” will be players that are newer to the game and/or less experienced. Typically, there are 2-3 events each week Monday – Friday and occasional Saturdays. A 1.5-hour game and/or 2-hour practices per week. Games are six innings long, except that no new inning shall begin after one hour and 30-minute time limit, and if there is a tie after six innings, additional innings may be played to try to break the tie, subject to the time limit to start a new inning. The field of play is 60-foot base paths, with the pitching mound located 46 feet from home plate.
The Minor League is a competitive and instructional kid-pitch league for players 9-10 years old in the Spring, and 8-9 years old in the Fall. Playing age is determined by how old the player is on April 30th of each calendar year.
Typically, all weekday events for Minor will begin at 7:15-7:30 PM.