Tee-Ball - (Dob: September 2014 through August 2016)
(League Age 4 and 5) This division is an introductory program that teaches the basics of throwing, hitting off a tee, catching, and the general concept of the game. This is a non-competitive division and no score is kept. It is about the kids learning to love BASEBALL!
One weeknight game and one Saturday game for one hour each. Coaches may schedule an additional night for practice. Week night games start at 6 pm and Saturday field times could start at 9:00 a.m. (scheduled to change) and are scheduled throughout the day depending on the number of teams we have registered. Games are only scheduled on Sundays if the league needs to move them due to an event in the city or weather. The field time is one hour.
$70 - All players are given a team shirt and baseball hat. Bats and helmets are provided by the league. A baseball glove is REQUIRED to participate and is NOT provided by the league. Cleats are recommended.
All games are played at 1101 E. Fort Ave. Baltimore, MD 21230 on FIELD 4 (This is our bottom field closest to the Harris Teeter Parking Garage)
Little League has a Little League Bat Requirement.
SOUTH BALTIMORE LITTLE LEAGUE - T-BALL RULES
Team / Coach Expectations
Any adult helping with the team must have completed a volunteer form and submitted to a background check
Managers/coaches must complete a team lineup sheet and turn it in at the end of each game
There must be 1 adult in the dugout with players at all times
Managers / coaches must complete an accident form at the end of any game in which an accident occurs resulting in an injury.
Anyone coaching must be at least 16 years of age.
Rainouts will be played on the next available date
You may request to have an additional day to practice on our field if we have the availability.
Situation Play Rules
At the end of each game, both teams shall line up on either side of home plate and go through a line shaking hands.
The teams should make sure their dugout is clean and help make sure the surrounding area is clean as well. The home team is responsible for removing all trash in both dugouts and on field.
The most important item in Tee-Ball is player safety, followed by making the game fun for the kids. While it is important for the players to strive to win the game, it is more important that the adults keep the game fun and instructive for all players involved. The role of the coaches is to develop baseball skills and knowledge of all the participants in the game, and to encourage and demonstrate good sportsmanship.