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    • Rookie Division - The Rookie  division is for the beginner player who is just being introduced to Little League. This division is for children league age 4, with no prior baseball experience. This division is focused on fun, fitness, and fundamentals of the game in a fun environment while incorporating a high level of physical activity.

  • T-ball Division - This division is for league age 5 and 6 year olds, who may have played rookie previously or this might be their first year playing baseball. This division is focused on fun, fitness, and teaching the fundamental basics of the game. This division offers coach pitching and hitting off the tee.

  • Farm Division- This division is for league age 6-8 olds, who may have played T-Ball previously and need another year to develop their skills, or have not met the age requirement for Single A.  This division is focused on fun, fitness, and teaching the fundamental basics of the game. This division offers coach pitching and hitting off the tee.

  • Single A (Minors) Division - This division is for league age 7-9 year olds, who have previously played T-ball or Farm. This division marks the beginning of competitive baseball, while still offering coach pitching, and developing  player pitching, and teaching basic baseball fundamentals. The focus remains on the fun of playing the sport while developing fielding, making plays, accurate throwing, proper hitting technique and preparing for player pitching at the AA level. This division participates in evaluations and players are drafted onto teams.

  • AA (Minors) Division - This division consists of league age 8-10 year olds, where a higher level of game understanding and ability is taught. This division is also the beginning of player pitching. The primary emphasis is to give players as much experience and playing time as possible, and encourage ongoing development of all players in all phases of the game. This division participates in evaluations and players are drafted onto teams.

  • AAA (Minors) Division - This division consists of league age 9-11 year olds. This division promotes a higher level of competition than the AA division and emphasizes more of the standard rules of Little League baseball. The focus remains on teaching baseball fundamentals, player development and teamwork, while encouraging a greater understanding of the game. This division will allow players to advance in their skill development in order to prepare for successful participation at the Majors level. The AAA division participates in evaluations and players are drafted onto teams.

  • Majors Division - This division consists of league age 10-12 year olds. This division promotes competition to a higher degree as compared with the Minor Division. This division will continue to emphasize player development, improving baseball skills and knowledge of the game, building player confidence, emphasizing fair play, and learning the different rules at the higher level of play. This division participates in evaluations and players are drafted onto teams.

Upper Division

Intermediate, Junior and Senior Divisions

Granada Little League will provide all of our players with the best venue to further their baseball interests and ultimately reach their goals of playing high school baseball.  We are dedicated to not only the baseball development of our players, but also the personal development and growth of all of the young men in our program. 

Our youth teams and the development of our youth players is of the utmost importance to us as an organization.  The Upper Division consists of three levels described below:

Intermediate Players: Players who are league age 13 are eligible to be selected to an Intermediate (50/70) Division team for the regular season. If a league aged 12 year old player is not selected for the Gold Team, they are required to play in the Majors Division. 

  • The Intermediate (50/70) League Division team consists of a House Team and a Gold Team.  At the end of the season, leagues may form All-Star teams which will compete in the LLB Intermediate League All-Star tournament. The winner of the district level of the tournament gets an automatic bid to the Intermediate LLWS which is held in Livermore each year.


Junior League Players: Players who are league age 13 and 14 are eligible to be selected to a Junior League Division team for the regular season. The Junior League competes against teams within their boundaries, and District 57 schedules games between the teams. This program features both an 80' and a 90' program.  Junior League teams schedule consists of approximately 15 to 25 games. 

  • The Junior League consists of a House Team and a Gold Team.  At the end of the season, the league may create All-Star teams to compete in the LLB Junior League All-Star Tournament, which is played on the 90' diamond. 

Senior League Players: Players who are league age 15-16 are eligible to be selected to a Senior League Division team for the regular season. The Senior League program offers Granada Little League players to play amongst other District 57 teams.  If warranted, and with LLB approval, LLL and GLL may combine to field a team if insufficient numbers of players are available to form an individual team.  

  • The Senior League consists of a House Team and a Gold Team. Senior League teams schedule consists of approximately 15 to 25 games. At the end of the season, the league may create AllStar teams to compete in the LLB Senior League AllStar Tournament. In addition to registration, each family will be required to meet the volunteer requirements and/or pay the Opt Out fee.


What is the difference between a House Team and a Gold Team?

House Team

The House team is a competitive recreational program. Our house teams accommodate the less skilled and still developing player who wants to continue baseball beyond Little League. There are player evaluations and teams will be selected with the goal of creating competitive balance, with no cuts. Evaluations will be held near the end of January. House teams will play in the local league against other house teams for a schedule of approximately 13 to 20 games. House teams are coached by parent volunteers. Other than registration, there is no additional team fee, however, each family will be required to meet the volunteer requirements and/or pay the Opt Out fee.  

Gold Team

This is a competitive team, designed for the all-star caliber player with advanced skills. Players must try out and be selected for these teams, and a greater time commitment will be required of the players than for a House team. Gold teams will play in the District 57 league against other Gold level teams. Gold teams schedule consists of approximately 15 to 25 games. The spring season runs from approximately January to June.

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