Tee-Ball is a modified version of baseball for boys and girls. The game is all about being active and having FUN. The batting team hits the ball of a stationary tee and cannot get out on strikes. A modified ball is used that is softer and slightly smaller than a normal baseball to reduce the risk of injury and build confidence.
This format teaches basic motor skills such as hitting, fielding, catching and throwing, and also introduces the concepts of teamwork, inclusion and fair play. In order to increase participation and skill development team sizes are usually limited to a maximum of 6 to 7 players.
Age (2018/19 Season):
Baseball uses a “baseball age” matrix to determine which age group applies. Players who have a baseball age of 4, 5, or 6 will play Tee-ball (the matrix makes this easy to determine).
Generally Saturday mornings at 8:30 for a 1 hour game. (There may be occasional Friday night games).
Matches are played against the other three Clubs in the Metro Region being Pine Hills, Windsor and Allstars. Home games are played at the club’s Preston Road fields. There are no competition points or official scores recorded.
Junior Gameday shirt, club cap, baseball glove, protective cup, sneakers or moulded cleat shoes. Click here for more information about uniforms.
Training will commence early September with the first game likely to be October 6. The season usually consists of 9 to 10 Saturdays in School Term 4 with another 6 to 7 Saturdays in Term 1 after school returns from the Christmas break. There are no games or training during school holidays.
If you have any questions about playing Junior baseball with Carina Leagues Redsox, please feel free to contact our Junior Vice President.
Teams from Tee-Ball to Little League Minors are selected as evenly as possible.
Little League to U20 are selected on players’ ability. This will remain the responsibility of the Junior Vice President and coaching staff. Teams will consist of no more than 12 players.