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Registration fees – $40 per player (family cap of $90)

Divisions of Play as follows:

T-Ball – ages 5 & 6
Farm – ages 7 & 8
Minors – All Players age 8 & 9 MUST TRYOUT if they are not already on a Minor League Roster*
Majors – All Players age 10-12 MUST TRYOUT if they are not already on a Major League Roster*
50/70 Division – Age 13 – Highly Competitive / Limited Space
Challenger – to enable boys and girls with physical and mental challenges, ages 4-18, or up to age 22 if still enrolled in high school

*Tryout Dates and Locations will be announced in early 2018

2018 Age Chart

Posted by Greater Nashua Little League President at Nov 22, 2017 7:22AM PST ( 0 Comments )

Be sure to check the age chart when registering your player. Cut-off date for most ages have changed to August 31st.


With the Little League® International Board of Directors formally adopting USA Baseball’s new standard for bat performance testing, Little League International fully supports this program. For more than seventy-five years, Little League has used improvements in science, engineering, and technology to take the sport of baseball to higher levels. By utilizing the most current advancements available, manufacturers can now develop bats with a wood-like performance, which is important for the long-term success of the game. Developed by a USA Baseball committee of scientific experts, Little League Baseball® has decided to adopt the new bat standard for mandated use effective January 1, 2018. All national members of USA Baseball, including Little League, are encouraged to adopt this new standard. Little League-approved bats can be used through December 31, 2017, and our current bat regulations will be in effect until then. That includes the moratorium prohibiting the use of all 2 ¼ inch barrel baseball bats constructed with composite material in the barrel, unless approved. Visit for detailed information. Little League looks forward to working with USA Baseball, and will begin educating our local leagues, and the parents of our 2.1 million baseball players, preparing them for the important change coming in 2018.