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Player Evaluations

2020 Player Evaluation Sign-ups

Please register for 1 (one) session only. 

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Evaluation Process

  • Players Little League age 8, and under, are placed by the Player Agent on a team depending on various factors (age, experience, school, buddy requests, availability, etc) for the 2020 season.
  • All players Little League age 9 and up must attend player evaluations. (Note: Some 9 year olds may play in Farm based on evaluation scores) 
  • Little League player age is based on their age on August 31st of the current season. Not sure what your player's league age is?  Little League age calculator

Players 9 and older who do not attend evaluations will be not be assigned to a team unless special arrangements have been made prior to the completion of player evaluations.

The Player Agent and all Minors, and Majors managers must attend evaluations to assess the players. Players are asked to demonstrate their ability in fielding, throwing, hitting, and base running.

Players should bring their baseball glove, appropriate shoes (no metal cleats allowed) and a cap. Bats and balls are provided if needed, but players can bring their own bat if they wish. 

PLAYER REQUESTS

BALL will try to honor player requests for team placement (i.e., carpools, etc.) in Tee Ball, Coast, and Farm divisions (Ages 4-9). Player requests cannot be honored in all other divisions since they involve a player draft.

WHAT HAPPENS AFTER PLAYER EVALUATIONS?

After player evaluations, team managers meet and draft players onto their teams. All players who register on time, attend player evaluations will be assigned to a team. If there are circumstances which warrant a review of a player’s team assignment, the matter should first be discussed with the team manager or the Division Vice President who will, if necessary, review the situation with the Player Agent. A player’s team assignment cannot be changed purely for the convenience of the player or the parents.

For players little league age 4-9 and registered for Tee Ball, Coast, and Farm, will be assigned to a team by the BALL Player Agent. For all divisions, the manager will contact each player after the draft/team assignment process is complete to schedule a parent meeting.