Baseball - Age Chart for 2018 Season

FAAA Baseball - Age Division Eligibility by Date of Birth

Look up the month and year of birth to determine the age division in which a baseball player would be assigned based on date of birth.
 
Players from a younger age division may play on a team in an older age division if they wish, but an older age division player may NOT play on a younger age division team.

 

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1999

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High School (18U)

2000

High School (18U)

2001

High School (18U)

2002

High School (18U)

Juvy 2 (15U)

2003

Juvy 2 (15U)

Juvy 1 (14U)

2004

Juvy 1 (14U)

Midget 2 (13U)

2005

Midget 2 (13U)

Midget 1 (12U)

2006

Midget 1 (12U)

Bantam 2 (11U)

2007

Bantam 2 (11U)

Bantam 1 (10U)

2008

Bantam 1 (10U)

Atom 2 (9U)

2009

Atom 2 (9U)

Atom 1 (8U)

2010

Atom 1 (8U)

Instructional 3 (I-3) Machine Pitch (7U)

2011

Instructional 3 (I-3) Machine Pitch (7U)

Instructional 2 (I-2) Coach Pitch (6U)

2012

Instructional 2 (I-2) Coach Pitch (6U)

Instructional 1 (I-1) T-Ball (5U)

2013

Instructional 1 (I-1) T-Ball (5U)

Pee Wee (4U)

2014

Pee Wee (4U)

Pee Wee (3U)

2015

Pee Wee (3U)

-- Too young --

 

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Nov

Dec


Players with a date of birth BEFORE May 1, 1999 are TOO OLD to play in FAAA's Baseball program.

 

Players with a date of birth AFTER April 30, 2014 are TOO YOUNG to play in FAAA's Training League program.
     
In age divisions older than training league, FAAA Sports reserves the right to combine two adjoining age divisions into one
 where needed to provide a sufficient number of teams in a given age range.