Baseball Divisions

Brewster Little League became a chartered member of Little League Baseball Incorporated, in 1952. At the time, the entire league consisted of four teams who played their games behind the Garden Street School. We have baseball divisions for children between the ages of 5 to 18 years old.

Boys must reside within the borders of the Town of Southeast, or attend one of the schools in the Brewster Central Scool District, execptions are made for younger siblings of girls who are already in our program, but may live in a town without a Little League Softball program. Please contact the League President if you have any questions about player eligibility.

To find out your child's "baseball" age, please visit the Little League Age Calculator at Little League International's website.

T-Ball

For 5 and 6-year-olds who want to learn the fundamentals of hitting and fielding. In T-Ball, players hit off a batting tee. The primary goals of Tee Ball are to instruct children in the fundamentals of baseball and to allow them to experience the value of teamwork.

Games are played at Garden Street School (subject to change due to the closing of the school)

Division Head
George Carrado

Instructional Baseball

Designed as a transition for 6 and 7 year olds with some knowledge of baseball or with a year of T-ball experience. Fundamentals are the focal point. The goal is to get all the kids swinging aggressively at the ball. This division is coach-pitch.

Games are played at Lake Tonetta

Division Head
Sean Dillon

Minors Baseball

Consists of 8–10 year olds with intermediate skills and some experience in playing organized ball. This expands on the development of fundamentals and involves competitive play.

Games are played at Scolpino Park (Mt. Ebo) and Markel Park

Division Head
Bryan Brooks

Majors Baseball

Majors division games are played on a larger "50/70" field. The field has a 50-foot pitching distance and a 70-foot base paths. Only 11-12 yrs. olds are in this division. Many competitive travel baseball programs as well as other youth baseball organizations such as Babe Ruth (Cal Ripken) are already playing on fields this size. It will also provide an opportunity for players to transition incrementally from a 46/60 field to the full size 60/90 field used in the Juniors/Seniors divisions.

There is leading, stealing and pick offs in this division.

The number of teams in this division is dependent on number of players registered, the number of players/teams will determine how the draft will be done.

This division is for those players with established skills and experience in playing organized baseball. Players should exhibit strong fundamentals of the game. This level involves advanced competitive play. Once a player has been drafted to a Majors team, they do not need to try out the following season(s); they will remain with this team for the duration of their playing time at the Majors level. All 11 and 12-year-olds in the Majors Division are eligible for the All-Star team.

Games are played at Scolpino Park (Mt. Ebo) and Volunteer Park (Zimmer Road)

Division Head
Carl Peterson

Juniors Baseball

Comprised of 13 and 14 year olds. This division is for those players with established skills and experience in playing organized baseball. Players should exhibit strong fundamentals of the game. This level involves advanced competitive play. Games are played on a regulation size (60/90) baseball field.

Games are played at Volunteer Park (Zimmer Road)

Seniors Baseball

Comprised of 15 and 16 year olds. This division is for those players with established skills and experience in playing organized baseball. Players should exhibit strong fundamentals of the game. This level involves advanced competitive play. Games are played on a regulation size (60/90) baseball field.

Games are played at Volunteer Park (Zimmer Road)

PARENT RESOURCES

We want your child to have a great experience playing with the Brewster Little League.

As a parent, you have an important responsibility. Please help to make this season a positive one for your player, his/her team, the children on the other teams, and our community.

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COACHES RESOURCES

Tips to help you provide instruction & guidance to your players.

Here you will find info on Scorekeeping, Practice Organization, Safety Procedures and other items to assist you and your players.

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