Minors Players spend two to three seasons in the Minors Division building a solid set of fundamental skills, while focusing on teamwork and sportsmanship. It is also within Minors that our kids transition to fully-rounded athletes, ready to compete in the more challenging Majors environment. During this time, players learn what it takes to win baseball games as scores and standings are kept. Players typically spend their 9 and 10-year-old seasons in Minors, though exceptions are made for younger players who have advanced through Rookies with high levels of skill. It is also appropriate for older players who have not yet gained enough skill to compete at the Majors level. Since the 2016 season, we have split Minors into two divisions.