Spring 2019 Registration Update
Updated Saturday January 12, 2019 by Davis Little League.
Important Registration Information
Spring Registration Dates and Costs
Registration runs from November 9th through January 10th.
Registering early saves you $30 off of regular registration.
DLL Level and Age Chart
Spring Registration is now closed and waitlisted for the following divisions:
Spring Registration is still open for AAA and Majors until 1/21/19
Spring Registration will remain open for 50/70 and Juniors until further notice
- Late fees will apply to all waitlisted players pulled off the waitlist and assigned to a team
Registration costs are:
"Mark Breckner" Teeball: $140
Farm, AA, AAA, and Majors: $190
Intermediate (50/70) and Juniors (60/90) Divisions: $250
Challenger (for children with special needs): $25
Late Registration runs from 1/11/19 through 3/1/19. All late registrations will be waitlisted pending enough managers to staff teams.
Late Registration costs are:
"Mark Breckner" Teeball: $170
Farm, AA, AAA, and Majors: $220
Intermediate Division or 50/70 Division: $280
Mark Breckner T-Ball
Provides basic fundamentals of the game and introduces players to the concept of team play. This is a non-competitive league where players hit off a batting tee and no score is kept.
Players now bat off a pitching machine. The concepts from t-ball are expanded on and basic skills are developed further.
Live pitching is introduced and kids move up on field size. Players become more familiar with positions. Plays are now being made on a consistent basis.
Kids move up to the big fields w/lights. Skill levels increase as does the speed of the game. At this level players start to understand strategy as the game has less restrictions than lower levels.
Advanced play. Skill level is significantly higher than AAA. Play is faster and pitching becomes more consistent and accurate. Strategy becomes an integral part of the game.
The 50/70 (Intermediate division), for players league-age 13 with postseason tournament opportunities, including a World Series, offers a transition for players between the standard Little League field size (46-foot pitching distance and 60-foot base paths) and the Junior/Senior/Big League field size (60-foot, 6-inch pitching distance and 90-foot base paths).
The Junior League Baseball Division is a program for boys and girls ages 13-14, using a conventional 90-foot diamond with a pitching distance of 60 feet, 6 inches.
For special needs players. This link has information about the division from Little League.
DLL Level and Age Chart