Senior League Baseball InformationUpdated Monday December 5, 2016 by Miccosukee Little League.
The Senior League Baseball Division is for boys 13-16 years old, using a conventional 90-foot diamond with a pitching distance of 60 feet, 6 inches.
The organization has an option to choose a Tournament Team (or "All Stars") of 13-16-year-olds from within this division (and/or from within the Junior League or Big League divisions), and the team may enter the International Tournament.
The culmination of the International Tournament is the Senior League Baseball World Series, featuring teams from around the world. All expenses for the teams advancing to the World Series (travel, meals and housing) are paid by Little League International.
How will the Senior Division be organized?
District 20 is divided in to 5 leagues: Chaires-Capitola, Fort Braden, Miccosukee, Northwest and Woodville. The new baseball division will be made up of players from all leagues playing under the District 20 umbrella. Once registration ends, players who have registered for the Senior Division from each of the leagues will be combined into one pool and teams will be selected from that pool. The number of teams that will be organized will depend on the number of registrations. The Division will be managed by District 20 in conjunction with representatives from the 5 leagues.
Where will the Senior Division play?
Currently, District 20 has two 60-90 fields. One is located at the Woodville Community Park and one is at the Fred George Road Park. Senior Division games will be played at these two fields in the Spring of 2016. Chaires will have a 60-90 field in 2017.
How much is the registration fee?
Fees will be $75 per player, for which you will receive a hat and jersey.