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General Information

Evaluations:  We will hold 1-2 evaluations in March, players are encouraged to attend both and need to attend at least one if they want to be considered for a major’s team (and are under Little League Age 12).  The purpose of evaluations is to create equal, balanced teams to ensure competitive, fun games during the season.

What division should I select?   The players age, experience, ability, and team availability are all considered.  The decision is a joint decision by the parent/guardian and the league.  The league has the final say due to player numbers and player safety.   Please use the division descriptions below and reach out to us with any additional questions.

Tri-Town Baseball Seasons

Determining ages for baseball:   Please use the Little League Age Calculator to determine the player’s age but note that skill plays a large part in placement due to player safety.

Seasons & Timing:  We are always looking for ways to get players on the field.  Players can pick and choose what seasons they would like to play, with the spring season being the most competitive season and the way to qualify for All-stars.   Here's a sample of what we plan to offer every year.

Spring Season April to June - This is the most competitive season and a must for those wanting a chance to be on an All-Star team.  Minors and Majors consist of a town-based league (typically 4 teams/league).  Season ends with a playoff week and Majors/Minors League champions are crowned.

All-Stars:  Players are selected to play on an All-Star team at different age levels to represent our Little League in the District 6 tournament, with a chance to advance to state, regional and the Little League World Series.  Teams are chosen via a selection process. 

Summer Season:  July/August – Our summer baseball season has become very popular over the past couple seasons.  Last season we fielded 4 teams representing our Little League.  We play teams from other local Little Leagues such as Cumberland, Yarmouth, Gray.  Typically, the season consists of one weekday and one weekend game.  With other conflicts in summer, we typically carry a slightly larger roster per team.  This is open to all players.

Fall Season:  September/October – Fall season is a continuation of summer.  Teams play against other local Little Leagues.  Last season we fielded three fall teams.  This is open to all players.


We will field a (8,9,10), (10,11) and (11,12) all-star team.  Players will be eligible for selection to a All-Star team that competes in June/July for a chance to go to the Little League World Series.   More information can be found on the softball All-Stars Process and Selection page.


AA/Tee-Ball Baseball/Softball Division:
Beginner baseball/softball level for boys and girls Little League Age 4, 5, and 6.
Teams have one, one-hour practice (weekday) and one, one-hour game per week (Saturday).
Players hit off a tee, introduction to baseball mechanics of throwing, catching, hitting while having fun and learning to play the game safely and respectfully.

AAA Baseball:
Coach/Player pitch league for Little League Age 7 and 8.
6-year-olds can play up if they have completed at least one year at Tee-Ball and their skill is deemed adequate and there are no safety concerns.
9-year-olds can play down if there is a safety concern, and parent/guardian approve.
Teams practice once/week for one hour (weekday).  Teams play one game/week (Saturday) that is 1.5 hours. 
Games are coach and player pitch.

Minors Baseball:
Player pitch league with modified Little League and local rules (5 run mercy limit per inning except last, 3 steals per inning) for Little League Age 9 and 10.
8-year-olds can play up if they have completed at least one year at AAA and their skill is deemed adequate and there are no safety concerns.
11-year-olds can play down if there are safety concerns and parent/guardian approve.
Players registering for Minors Baseball will be invited to assessments in March. Players who are not selected for Majors, or do not attend assessments, will be assigned to a Minors Team.
Teams will play or practice three times a week (typically T/R/Sa) for 1-2 hours.

Majors Baseball:
Advanced instructional league, players pitch, Little League rules.
Primarily for players League Age 11 and 12.
9 or 10-year-olds can play up if they have completed at least one year at minors and their skill is deemed adequate and there are no safety concerns (and if space in majors is available).
The determination of who is in the Major League is based on how many returning players we have along with evaluations that take place in March.
All players registering for Majors Baseball are required to attend assessments in March.
League Age 11 and 12 players will be automatically assigned to Majors after tryout if no safety issue.
Teams will play or practice three times a week (Typically M/W/F) for 1-2 hours.

Little League Rules, Regulations, and Policies
Junior League (15U)

Advanced league, regular sized diamond for Little League Age 13 and 14 year old players.


Tri-Town Little League - Durham, Freeport & Pownal
PO Box 67 
Freeport, Maine 04032

Email: [email protected]

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