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Team and Player Info

Player Checklist

CHECKLIST:

  • Glove
  • Pants or Practice Pants (Grey)
  • Cleats
  • Helmet with Face Guard (during the season the league will supply two helmets per team, to be shared by the players without helmets)
  • Water Bottle
  • Socks (color TBD)
  • Belt (color TBD)
  • Athletic Cup

DIVISION INFO

2019 NMHLL Divisions

        Majors

  • Ages 10-12
  • Prepares players for competitive play at the 50/70 division and beyond. 
  • Competitive play that focuses on advanced fundamentals.
  • Rosters of up to 13 per team
  • Practice or games will not be more than 2 to 3 hours per day, two or three games per week.
  • Players will play a 6 inning baseball game with strict adherence to little league rules.
  • Pitch counts will be strictly enforced.

     

    Minors

  • Ages 8-10
  • Prepares players for competitive play at the Majors division. 
  • Instructional baseball division that teaches more advanced fundamentals, features competitive play.
  • Practice or games will not be more than 2 -1/2 hours per day, two or three games per week.
  • Players will play a 6 inning baseball game per little league rules.
  • Kid pitch division, pitch counts will be strictly enforced.

     

    Farm/Instructional

  • Ages 6-8
  • Instructional baseball division that concentrates on fundamentals.
  • Coach pitch division with modified baseball rules, limited roster sizes; 7-9 players per team.
  • Practice or games will not be more than 2 hours per day, two games per week.
  • Coach pitch division.
  • Players will be introduced to outs.
  • Clinic night one night per week throughout the season.
  • Two games per week, one weekday & every Saturday morning throughout the season.

     

    T-ball

  • Ages 4-5
  • Focuses on Fun, Fitness, and Fundamentals.
  • Limited roster sizes; 7-9 players per team
  • Practice or games will not be more than 1 hour per session.
  • Clinic night one night per week throughout the season.
  • Games will be played on Saturday mornings throughout the season
  • Baseball pants and rubber cleats recommended but not required

Season starts in early April and ends in mid-June.

Games and practices will be played on both Hooksett & North Manchester fields

Players are required to have a baseball glove. The league provides helmets, bats, & balls.  Players are allowed to bring and use their own equipment.

Note:  Players will be evaluated before the season starts to ensure they are in the right division based on talent.

Player agent has ultimate decision on player placement.