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Welcome to the Fall 2019 Season of Capitol Hill Little League! The Fall baseball and softball season is geared more toward player development and less toward competition. Practices for all teams will begin the week of September 3rd and Games for all teams will begin the weekend of September 7th. The last weekend of games will be November 7th-8th.
Single A Baseball Division (age 5-6): Practices will be one night each week and games will usually be on Saturday mornings.
AA Baseball Division (ages 7-8): Practices will be one night each week and games will usually be on Saturday afternoons.
AAA Baseball Division (ages 9-10): Practices will be one night each week and games will be on Saturday afternoons. No weekday games in the Fall.
Majors Baseball Division (ages 11-12): Practices will be one night each week and games will be on Saturday afternoons. No weekday games in the Fall.
Juniors Baseball Division (ages 13-16): Practices will be one night each week and games will be on Sundays.
All Softball Divisions (ages 6-16): Practices and clinic's will be 1-2 nights each week and games will usually be on Sundays.
Challenger Division (ages 7-18): Practices and Games will be on Sunday mornings each week.
IMPORTANT NOTE ON CAPITOL HILL LITTLE LEAGUE TEAM SELECTIONS:
We believe the most important goal of the season is for your child to fall in love with baseball and softball and be excited to get out on the diamond for practices and games. To make that happen, the experience must be fun and teams be relatively evenly matched.
We provide balanced teams built jointly among managers, coaches, the division commissioner and our player agent. Our aim is for each team to include players from a range of different schools, ages, skills and experience represented in our entire CHLL community. In fact, we expect that as your child progresses through their CHLL "career" they will get the opportunity to be team mates with a huge number of kids from all across the Hill community.
In order to create these balanced, mixed teams, and as our league continues to grow, CHLL will not be able to prioritize accommodating parent requests to be with specific coaches, players or (carpool) neighbors. The same goes for requests to play in a different division than your child's age would dictate.
Whatever team your child is placed on, we will work to ensure each player has a fun and positive experience and grow their love for baseball and softball.