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NEW FAMILIES

FAMILIES NEW TO COMPETITIVE

If you are thinking of transitioning your player from recreational baseball to competitive baseball. Below are some tips and things to consider.

TIME COMMITMENT: 

•Teams may start playing tournaments in January through July. Some teams play fall baseball starting in September ending in October. 
•Teams begin indoor practices in the winter months, teams move outside on March 1st, and league games will begin the first of April. •Longmont League games are primarily played Monday-Thursdays.
•AA games may be played from Longmont to Fort Collins.  
•AAA games games may be played from Longmont to Cheyenne, WY.
•Tournaments are played on the weekends and are usually played along the Front Range but may require travel and hotel stays in various locations in and outside of Colorado.

PRACTICE TIME: 

Teams may practices two or three times for 1.5-2 hours per week in addition to playing games. 

FINANCIAL: 

AA: The estimated cost per player is $800-1500. These cost typically cover the league registration fee, uniform costs and tournaments. Some teams may be involved in fundraising to help offset costs.

AAA: The estimated cost per player is $1500-3500. These cost typically cover any league registration fee, uniform costs and tournaments. Some teams may be involved in fundraising to help offset costs.

Majors: The estimated cost per player is $800-coaches/team discretion. These cost typically cover the league registration fee, uniform costs and tournaments. Some teams may be involved in fundraising to help offset costs.

PLAYING TIME:

Playing time is not guaranteed. It is all based on your players performance primarily, then your effort, attitude and availability. 

USSSA Divisions: Which division is for my player? 


AA: This division is for players that have average to above average skills, understand basic game strategy, have experience pitching in a player pitch league, are interested in traveling outside of there local municipality, and are looking to gain experience in tournament play. 

AAA: This division is for players who have above average physical skills,  have a high level of game strategy knowledge, and have travel and successful tournament experience in at least AA or AAA. 

Majors: This division is for players who have exceptional physical skills,  have a high level of game strategy knowledge, and have travel and successful tournament experience in at least the AAA.

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Longmont, Colorado 80502
Phone : 720-684-6286
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