Divisions

9-12 American League

Designed for boys and girls ages 9-12, as of April 30th, with a maximum of 15 players on each team. There are currently five American League teams: Athletics, Orioles, Tigers, Twins and Yankees. Interleague play against National League teams varies by season and number of teams.

9-12 National League

Designed for boys and girls ages 9-12, as of April 30th, with a maximum of 15 players on each team. There are currently five National League teams: Braves, Cardinals, Cubs, Dodgers and Pirates. Interleague play against American League teams varies by season and number of teams.

Instructional (6-8)

Designed for boys and girls ages 6-8, as of April 30th, with a maximum of 15 players on each team. Pitching is not performed by the players or coaches but by a pitching machine to maintain consistency in strikes thrown. There are currently three Instructional teams all of whom are also named in honor of teams from the Negro Leagues: Kansas City Monarchs, New York Black Yankees and Philadelphia Stars. Birmingham Barons

Tee Ball (4-5)

Designed for boys and girls ages 4-5, as of April 30th, with a maximum of 15 players on each team. Players hit from a tee to develop the swinging motion. Players are placed at standard positions to develop fielding skills. There are currently four Tee ball teams all of whom are named in honor of teams from the Negro Leagues: Baltimore Elite Giants, Homestead Grays, Newark Eagles and New York Black Sox.

13 and Under

Designed for boys age 13 and under, as of April 30th, with a maximum of 15 players. The James Mosher team competes each season as part of the Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities (RBI) Program. The RBI Program is an international campaign encompassing more than 200 cities and as many as 120,000 male and female participants a year. The program isa national Major League Baseball (MLB) initiative that is sponsored locally by the Baltimore Orioles of MLB's American League. Over 500 teenagers in the Baltimore area have participated in the program since its inception.

13-15 RBI

Designed for boys ages 13-15, as of April 30th, with a maximum of 15 players. The James Mosher team competes each season as part of the Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities (RBI) Program. The RBI Program is an international campaign encompassing more than 200 cities and as many as 120,000 male and female participants a year. The program isa national Major League Baseball (MLB) initiative that is sponsored locally by the Baltimore Orioles of MLB's American League. Over 500 teenagers in the Baltimore area have participated in the program since its inception.

16-18 RBI

Designed for boys and girls ages 16-18, as of April 30th, with a maximum of 15 players. The Jmaes Mosher team competes each season as part of the Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities (RBI) Program is an international campaign encompassing more than 200 cities and