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Holland Township Recreation will be offering FOUR different divisions of play for Boys Little League Baseball for the 2019 season.
We are offering the ONLINE registration option for the FIRST time for the 2019 season. 

*Birth certificates are required to accompany all registrations!*

  • Program Fee & Equipment Needed
    • $70.00 per participant - includes jersey & hat
    • Each participant must provide their own baseball glove, grey baseball pants, baseball shoes (no metal spikes), and athletic supporter (catcher's required). New equipment can be purchased at Dick's Sporting Goods, Superior Sports Store or Dunham's. 

  • Registration Options
    • ALL registrations for the 2019 Boys Little League Baseball Season will be through our online system.
  • Specific Medical Release Form - Boys & Girls Little League 2019
    • Medical Release Form 2019
    • Please note - insurance policy information is not necessary on the Medical Release form & the answer to the Tetanus Booster is "up to date" if you child attends a public school. If your child does not attend a public school, please put the month & year the Tetanus Booster was received by the participant being registered. 
  • Little League Evaluation Night
    • All participants registered for Boys & Girls Little League for the 2019 season must attend the Little League Evaluation Night. Please make sure that participants bring their own baseball or softball glove. 
    • When - Monday, March 11th @ 7:00pm at Macatawa Bay Middle School (3700 - 140th Avenue * Holland, MI  49424)

  • Program Timeline - Practices & Games
    • Team practices will begin the first OR second week of April. You can expect at least (2) two weeknight practices a week prior to games starting. Some teams will try to add an additional Saturday morning practice as well. Team practices will take place at various elementary school fields & park fields on the north side of Holland. 
    • The Boys Little League regular season games typically run from the middle of April through the beginning of June. Each team will have a total of 12-15 games scheduled on various weeknights with possible Saturday morning games, depending on which division the participant is in. 
    • Team tournaments are held from the middle of June through the end of June. Little League All-Star Tournaments begin practice near the end of June with games starting in the beginning of July. Teams could possibly make it through district, state and regional play and end of playing in the Little League World Series in the month of August. Children that make an all-star team will need to pay an additional fee to cover all-star participation. 
  • Division's Available (Grades based on the current 2018-19 school year)
    •  3rd Grade / 9 years old – Minor League Lower Division
      •  This level is basically for third grade players only. The 9 years old division is mainly for new comers to live arm pitching baseball, with children pitching to children. Children at this level will not be eligible for Little League All-Star consideration. This level will not have any fourth graders in it. This level will not have any 10 year old children in it. This level will not have any second graders in it unless they are 9 years old.
    • 4th Grade / 9-10 years olds – Minor League Upper Division
      •  This level is basically for fourth grade players only. The 9-10 years old division is for 9-10 years old children that are familiar with live arm pitching but aren’t quite ready for the Major League  Division.  This division is also for 9 year old children that are capable of handling the next level. This level will not have any fifth graders. This level will not have any 11 year old children in it.      
    • 5th-7th Grade / 10-12 years olds – Major League Division
      •  This level is basically for fifth grade and above players only. The 10-12 years old division is for 10-12 years old children that are familiar with live arm pitching and is basically an 11-12 division but with 10 year old children that are better than average.  10, 11, and 12 years old children at this level will be eligible for Little League All-Star consideration.  This level will not have any 8 or 9 years old in it.
    • 7th-8th Grade / 13-14 years olds - Juniors Division
      • The 13 &14 years old Juniors Division will be playing in an area-league format, again, this year.
  • Additional Age Information
    • 8 years old presently in 3rd grade - By Little League Rules, if you have a child that is 8 years old and is presently in third grade and the parents want them to play in the 9 years old division, then that child will be able to play in only the local league and end of the season tournament. Otherwise, they can play a second year of 2nd Grade Coach Pitch.
    •  12 years old presently in 7th grade - By Little League Rules, if you have a child that is 12 years old, is presently in seventh grade and the parents want them to play in the 13-14 years old division, then that child will be able to play in the local league, end of the season tournament and can only participate in the JUNIOR LEAGUE ALL-STAR tournaments, they cannot drop back down and play in the MAJOR DIVISION.

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Holland Charter Township Parks & Recreation

353 North 120th Avenue 
Holland, Michigan 49424

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Phone : 616-395-0178
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