Registration for all divisions (T-ball through Majors) is now open. With the change in the Little League Age cutoff to August 31, we are aligning our divisions with the Little League age divisions. You can find your player's Little League age with the Little League Age Calculator.
T ball: ages 5-6 (pre-K and K)
Farm: ages 7 and 8 (one division for age 7/1st grade and one division for age 8/2nd grade)
AA: age 9 (3rd grade)
AAA: ages 10-11 (4-5th grade)
Majors: ages 10-12 (4th-6th grade) are eligible to tryout.
All age 10-11 players who want to try out for Majors should register for Majors. Undrafted players will be placed on AAA teams.
All age 12 players must register for Majors unless they obtain a waiver.
Any 12 year old who is not already placed on a Majors team must attend tryouts. There are no tryouts for AAA this year. All age 10- 11 players will be placed on a AAA team unless they are drafted by a Majors team.
The Majors tryout date will be announced as soon as possible. New this year, we are offering a $30 early bird discount for Tball for players registered before February 1, 2018.
Extra Innings in Watertown is hosting a new bat demo day on Saturday, November 18th from 9-3 pm.
There are new requirements for bats in 2018 (see announcement below). As a result, all NSELL players (except T-ball) will need a new bat for the 2018 season. Extra Innings will have bats for players to try and will give a discount to all NSELL players.
Little League Baseball is implementing new rules regarding what bats can and cannot be used. As of January 1, 2018, the new USA Baseball Bat Standard will be implemented. Little League-approved baseball bats that were approved for use for the 2017 season will no longer be acceptable for use in any Little League game or activity starting on January 1, 2018. The only exception for this is at Tee Ball, where those bats may be used with a league-provided sticker.
This means that any bat your player used up to this point will not be allowed in the 2018 season and beyond.
Please also be aware that many retailers are having sales to close out existing inventory and the vast majority of these bats will not meet the new standard.
Approved bats will have the USA Bat logo on them. Coaches and umpires will be requiring use of the new bats, including for practices.
Please follow the link below for more information on this new standard: