Baseball - Farm

Farm Baseball

This Farm division of Little League acts as a natural “next step” into baseball for graduating Teeballers. This division stresses skills development, tracking pitching and more “real game experience.” Unlike Minors, where players pitch to each other from a full 46 foot mound, a machine or coach pitches. No batter walks. Batters either hits or uses a tee on their last strike.

*League Age 8 year olds should attend Evaluations and are eligible to play in the Minors division. If you would like your 8 year old to be considered eligible for a Minors team, please contact our Players Agent and attend evaluations. 

Who Can Play?

    • “League Age” 6 – 8 year olds
    • Players who are league age 6 and have played T-ball in an official Little League program will be placed in Farm
    • Players who are league age 6 and have not played T-ball in an official Little League program will be placed in Teeball
    • Other ages may play up or play down as appropriate
    • New and experienced players are welcome
    • Players are selected through mandatory assessments to ensure teams have balanced skill levels

    What is included?
    • A jersey, hat, and socks that players get to keep!
    • A team photo
    • Use of basic playing equipment (bats, catchers gear, etc)
    • Regular full field practices
    • Full game schedule
    • 1 manager and 2+ dedicated coaches per team
    • All coaches are background checked with 1 or more coaches certified in CPR & First Aid
    • Easy to use team specific web and mobile platform for schedules and communications
    • Coaches share the umpiring responsibilities at this level. 

    What equipment is needed?

    • Glove
    • Baseball Pants (Grey Recommended)
    • Cleats
    • Hydration
    • Groin Protector

    Other recommended items include:

      • Personal Batting Helmet (Strongly Encouraged)
    • Batting Gloves
    • Belt
    • Sunglasses
    • Equipment Bag
    • Cooling Devices

    Parent Expectations

    Parents are expected to help with the following:

    • Field care as directed
    • Prompt drop off and pickup



    • 1-2 Farm games will typically be played per week usually on Monday, Wednesday/Thursday, and Saturdays. Games are played against other VRLL teams as set by the league


    • Typically, 1-2 per week during the season, as set by the head coach
    • Blended use of full fields, training gear, and occasional batting cages

    *Schedules are published once teams are created. All schedules subject to change.

    Click here for the rules of play




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