The Minor League (or 10 and under) grade is the first introduction to real baseball. The game is played on a smaller 60ft (18.2m) base path distance and a 42ft (12.8m) pitching distance. The grade provides players with the first opportunity to face live pitching and do all the things MLB stars do, pitch, catch and hit home runs. The Minor League is a non-competition grade which encourages equal participation for all players and promotes enjoyment of the game whilst developing the necessary skills.
Games are played at 9:30am on Saturdays and take approximately 2 hours.