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What is Player Evaluation Day (Tryouts)?

The evaluation is held indoors and will take no more than 30 minutes, the required gear for the evaluation is gym shoes and a ball glove, everything else is supplied. Each player attending the Player Evaluation Day will run a distance (which is timed), field a few ground/fly balls and hit a ball off a tee.

Why Is It Conducted?
The purpose of the evaluation is to allow the Team Managers to get some idea of a player's skill level prior to the Player Draft.
Player Draft

After the completion of the Player Evaluation Day (in the divisions listed) the Team Managers will meet and hold a Player Draft. Parents should hear from the Team Manager who drafted them within a week of the Player Draft.
All kids who are registered are drafted to a team.

When & Where is it?
Typically, the first weekend in March. Parents will be contacted via phone with specifics of date, location and time.
Information will be posted on MLL web site and Facebook as well.
Please make every effort to attend. 

If your assigned time is a problem, please ask for a different time.



When will the Tee Ball (4/5) and Coach Pitch (6/7) Division players be notified by a Team Manager of what team they are on and when they practice?


The (4/5) and (6/7) divisions start the process of assembling teams a little later because there is no Player Evaluation or Draft Process used in these divisions. If you have not heard from a Team Manager by March 24th, please contact us using information supplied on our website.

My son's signed up for Senior (15/16) and Big League (17/18) back in February and it is now April and I haven't heard anything. Should I be concerned that they have missed practice?

The (15/16) and (17/18) divisions start much later than the other divisions. It is likely you will not hear anything until late April or later. Teams are still forming into early May. Practices do not start until mid May and games do not start until late May, early June time frame.

I received a call about my child attending a tryout. Does this mean he may not be on a team?

All kids who sign-up for the Maumee Little League are assigned to a team, regardless of baseball ability. When you hear about a "tryout" what is really meant is Player Evaluation Day.

My son's baseball ability far exceeds that of the kids in his age group. Can he be moved up to the next age group?

The Maumee Little League does not allow kids to move up in any age group, regardless of ability level.

What is required for the season as far as equipment goes?

The Maumee Little League supplies a baseball cap and jersey as part of your registration fee. Pants, socks and belt are the player responsibility. Specifics, such as color and style are determined by each team/Team Manager. The league provides umpires, baseballs, five batting helmets per team, catchers gear, etc.

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