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Bull City Little League has two seasons: spring and fall.  The spring season is the more competitive of the two, while the fall focuses on player development. The fall is particularly well suited for those players who may be new to baseball or who are looking to sharpen their skills. Some of the differences between the two seasons are outlined below:

SPRING
  • More competitive with higher numbers of teams and players
  • Longer season with more games and practices (Early March-mid June)
  • No limits at specific positions for players
  • Full number of divisions (dependent on numbers, but goal is six for baseball, two for softball)
  • League age is same as fall (Link to Little League age calculator: Little League age calculator)
  • Post-season features All Stars and Mayor's Cup competitions
FALL
  • Focused on player development
  • Players cannot play more than two innings at one position
  • Shorter season (early September-early November)
  • Consolidated divisions (dependent on numbers, but goal is four for baseball, two for softball)
  • Ideal opportunity for new players to experience BCLL
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