NOTICE...Please follow the prompts for your respective registration page. We've had to WAITLIST some divisions but please register as we'll do our best to get every kid on a team if at all possible. Please read the FAQ page prior to registration. Additionally, all Managers will be assigned their child and the children of up to 3 Assistant Coaches. No Manager shall be granted any additional requests for players. Do not send additional requests to the Player Agent. All Players will have the opportunity to request up to 3 friends with whom they would like to be on their team. ATLL will attempt to pair each player with at least 1 of those friends however they make no guarantees. All siblings will be placed on the same team with each other, however please include them as one of the friend requests so it’s not overlooked. Please do not send additional requests to the Player Agent for managers, car-pooling, practice nights, etc.
How do I know what Division is best for my child? Divisions are based on age and some ages may have the option to choose between two levels. Here is a rough breakdown of what the average player can do at each age level:
A (tee ball) – Brand new to baseball, has never played.
AA (coach pitch) – Has at least one year of tee ball experience or is of AA age playing for the first time. Still beginner baseball.
AAA-American (half kid pitch) – Players should be getting pretty good at playing catch. Can accurately throw and catch 40’ approximately 75% of the time. Can consistently put the bat on the ball during coach pitch.
AAA-National (all kid pitch) – Players have played at least one year of AAA-American. They should be able to accurately throw 40’ approximately 90% of the time and accurately throw 65’ approximately 75% of the time. Should rarely drop a ball that is accurately thrown to them.
Majors – Competitive Little League baseball. This is the division and rules that you see in the Little League World Series.
Intermediate – Full baseball rules including leading off. Players not eligible for the Little League World Series (aka 12U All-Star Team).
Juniors - Full baseball rules including leading off for players ages 13 to 14 years old. Conventional 90 foot diamond and pitching distance of 60 foot 6 inches.
Seniors - Full baseball rules including leading off for players ages 15 to 16 years old. Conventional 90 foot diamond and pitching distance of 60 foot 6 inches.