The AA league is competitive in nature with a focus on player skill development, team concepts, and fun. Littleton Youth Sports baseball consists of a 14-game regular season (Friday, Saturday, and Sunday games). Players ages 6 and 7 are coach pitch, 8 year olds have a modified coach pitch division. Beginning at age 9, all teams are player pitch.
Pre-Season AYL Spring Blast Tournament: This is a tournament offered to all competitive teams. AA registration fees DO NOT cover the cost of the tournament. Tournament dates are April 1/2, 2017.
Mid-Season AYL Veterans Memorial Tournament: This tournament is offered to all AA teams competing in the age groups 10 and up only; no AA games will be scheduled for those ages 10 and up. Tournament dates are May 6/7, 2017.
Regular Season: League games will be played on Friday, Saturday & Sunday. Starting April 7th through June 11th, 2017.
Games Per Week Limitation: Teams will play no more than 3 games per week during the 11 week season. League games will not be scheduled on Easter Sunday, Memorial Day weekend, or 4th of July weekend.
Total Number of Games: 14 game regular season schedule.
Makeup Games: In the event of game cancelations due to weather or other issues, makeup games could be played at any time of the week at the discretion of the AYL Baseball Board.
Schedule: The league schedule will be posted mid March 2017.
Post Season Playoffs and World Series: At the conclusion of the 14 league games, ALL TEAMS will be seeded for the double elimination playoffs. Playoff games will begin mid June with the World Series being played late June. The World Series is a single game championship game.
Divisions of Play:
There are three divisions for children ages 5-14:
AA Coach Pitch Division: For new baseball players. (Ages 5-7)
AA Modified Coach Pitch: For baseball players that will be entering kid pitch games next season. (Ages 8)
AA National/American: For competitive baseball players who are getting ready or interested in a competitive league commitment, with a competitive feel, but not the commitment of tournament play. (Ages 9-14)