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Please read the following registration information HERE
2014 League Divisions
AGE ELIGIBILITY CHART
Little League defines “league age” to be a player’s age as of April 30. This means that if you turn 10 on or before April 30, 2013 you are considered a league age 10 year old. If you turn 10 on or after May 1, 2013 you are considered a league age 9 year old.
|AGE||Blastball||T-ball 5||T-ball 6||Minor B7||Minor B8||Minor A Jr.||Minor A SR||Majors|
|5||some 5 (a)||5|
|6||some 6 (b)||6|
|7||some 7 (c)||7|
|10||10 some (d)||10||10|
a 5 Years old as of April 30, 2014 and still in Preschool, if you want otherwise TBall 5
b6 Years old as of April 30, 2014 and in Kindergarten if you want otherwise TBall 6
c 7 Years old as of April 30, 2014 and in Grade 1 allowed otherwise Minor B7. Once a player gets to baseball age 8 they must play in the correct division which is Minor B8.
d 10 year olds as of April 2014 must play in minor A Sr.
e 12 year olds are first encouraged to try out for the appropriate division. There is a significant commit to the Majors division in terms of parent and player obligations.
Please contact the registrar if there are any questions. A 10 year old new to Minor A will most likely be placed in Minor A Jr.
Special note on Majors Math.
We handle several questions a year on this issue. Here is a brief description of our experience over the years in this competitive division. There are 12 players per team. The games are 6 innings long. If a team plays their 6 top players for 6 innings in the field then there are 3 defensive positions times 6 innings of play remaining to be distributed among the remaining 6 players. This amounts to three defensive innings each and this is a common occurrence in games. Little League International mandates that a minimum of only two defensive innings (6 defensive outs) at this level. Dunbar local rules are to play a minimum of 3 defensive innings. There is a range of strategies used by coaches in our league. If your player is making it into Majors for the first time as a 12 year old then more than likely they would fall into this latter group. Practice and skill development would even this out
Because of the size range of the players and the speed of the play (pitchers can pitch in excess of 60 miles per hour and balls are hit faster than that) safety in this division is a serious concern for all. If your child is drafted to Majors and your teams coaching staff are uncomfortable with them playing in the infield with hard balls are travelling at high speeds then it is likely most of your child’s play will be more in the outfield until they are very comfortable with this situation through practice and skill development. The application safety concern is at the discretion of the coaching staff.
Data Blastball T-Ball Minor B Minor A Majors
Dec 1 to Jan 31st $70 $110 $125 $160 $160
Feb 1st onward $90 $160 $175 $210 $210
Dunbar Little League would like to ensure that little league baseball is available to every child regardless of financial limitations. If you need financial assistance with the fees, please contact the registrar.
Regular Registration: December 1, 2013 to Jan 31, 2014
Late Registration: Feb 1, 2012 until FULL
Last Day to Register for Majors, Minor A Sr./Jr.: Feb 14, 2014
Division Status Table
|Majors||Majors Tryout||Minor A Sr.||Minor A Jr.||Monor B8||Minor B7||TBALL6||TBALL5||BLASTBALL|
Wait List Required Information
When a division is full, register in its appropriate division waitlist. You will be contacted if a spot becomes available.
To Register for Dunbar Little League:
1) Check the Registration Update (above) to see if there are openings in the division for your child.
2) Check that your address is in boundary (please see Map etc). If you are out of boundary, restrictions apply ( please see OOB policy here ). Out of boundary applicants are contacted by the Registrar ONLY if there is a position available.
3) Read the Player and Family Commitment Statement here and ensure that you are willing to fulfill these obligations.
4)Everyone must register with the online registration. It is the same as last year. If you registered last year use this link.
Before Sunday, March 2, 2014:
1) Medical note provided (broken arm, etc.)–full refund with no administration fee
2) Any other reason, administration fee of $25
After Sunday, March 2, 2014:
1) Medical note provided–full refund with no administration fee up to Friday,
April 26, 2014
2) no other refunds provided
DLL Registration Information Session
January 11, 2014 – 1pm to 3pm @ the Dunbar Community Centre
Login to an existing Active Account
If you have already registered (after December 1st). You can log back into your account from this link. You can not set up an account from this link.