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14 AAA/MAJORS INFO - Formerly called C-PREP

 
The 14 AAA/Majors league games are based upon High School baseball rules. The playing field (games) will include 90’ bases and 60’ 6" pitching distance with a pitching mound. Parker Youth Sports provides one practice per week.  This division is for 14 years of age and cannot be in high school.

** In Territory rules apply and rosters are required for the 14 AAA/Majors league.

** All teams must follow the USSSA and/or USA and AYL bat rules and is exepmt from the High School requirements of the -3 BBCOR.

** Protests will be allowed per AYL rules.

Games have a 1 hour 45 minute time limit. Coaches declare if they intend to bat 9/play 9, or bat the entire lineup with open substitution. Both teams do not have to play the same substitution rule. There are no minimum playing time restrictions.

 

Beginning in the 2017 season, 14's will adhere to pitch counts as outlined in the AYL rules.
 
14 AAA/Majors will consist of an American division and a National division (American being the more competiive group). The two divisions are intended to provide teams quality games against similar competition. Coaches declare which division they intend to participate. At the discretion of the AYL Baseball Board, teams may be moved between divisions to balance the competition.
 
The 14 AAA/Majors season will consist of 8 league games and a single elimination playoff at the conclusion of the spring season. Games will be played Monday through Friday, beginning Early March, 2018 through Early May, 2018. Games will be played during the week.  Team fee is $2050
 
Schedules will be prepared with teams playing up to three (3) games per week in March. In the event of a cancelation, re-scheduled games will be played at the earliest opportunity where both teams are available, not to exceed 3 games per week for either team.
 
14 AAA/Majors will have a single elimination playoff the last two weeks of the season. The single elimination playoffs will begin in Mid May, 2018, with the 14 AAA/Majors championship game played on or about the third week of May, 2018. First and second place teams will receive individual trophies and a team plaque. Teams will be seeded by their finish in the spring season games. Separate playoffs will be held for both upper and lower division teams.

World Series Games will be held at All Star Park towards the end of May 



Please contact your league delegate Aaron Kretzer for further questions: