We understand that there were a lot of questions and concerns regarding the information provided regarding the league age determination date change beginning in 2018. Please note that the information provided below is informational only. It was provided as an FYI for those that may be affected come 2018 and as a suggestion to families as to where they may have an option to place their child.
Please know that the league has made no determination as to how we will roll out the new 2018 dates, but please know that we are in the process of strategically rolling this out. Also, as always, please know that our goal is to ensure that every child is placed in their appropriate division based upon both age and ability to ensure that everyone has a tremendous little league experience.
If anyone has any questions regarding anything mentioned here, please feel free to contact me via email at
The Northeast Baseball School invites all baseball players ages 5-12 to attend our 2014 summer camps. Our camps are half day programs held Monday through Friday. The day begins promptly at 9:00am and concludes at 12:00 noon. Our summer programs are being held in both Orange and Milford and maintain a 6 to 1 coach/player ratio, while a certified athletic trainer remains on site during the entire program. Our coaching staff prides itself on teaching young players how best to improve their respective games, while helping each individual player love his/her experience.
The day is broken into two parts. The first is the skills portion where players are drilled in hitting, defense, base running, and agility. The second is comprised of live games with modified pitch counts and innings to keep the pace of play fast.
Bats for Books – NBS Summer Programs Promote Literacy
During our summer camps, NBS conducts a book drive to benefit three childcare centers in the Greater New Haven region. If you have gently used books for kids ages 4-12, please consider dropping them off during your child’s camp week(s).
We will be implementing a new program this year to ensure all bats comply with Little Leagues rules. We will be checking all bats to make sure they are on the Little League list of approved bats. Once a bat is certified we will attach a league sticker so managers and umpires can quickly check for compliance. We will be having a "Bat Day" to check all bats, date and time TBD. once your bats have been certified we ask that you remove any non-compliance bats from your equipment bag, they will not be allowed in the dugout or at any team practices. Click Here for the Little League approved bat list