Spring: Ages 13-19

Spring Programs for 13-19 Year Olds (90' Diamond)

Spring 90' Divisions are for players age Little League Age 12 and older.  Click here for Little League Age determination chart.

Link to MVSBL (league that ages 13-19 play in): 

Spring 90' baseball for all players age 13 to 19 is played on the full-sized big diamond with 90' bases, 60'6" pitching distance, using "real" baseball rules like leading off, balks, and headfirst slides. See the home page for equipment requirements.
  • The season starts in April and ends in early June. There are usually 3 events (game or practices) per week, on weekdays and weekends, including Sundays.

Age Brackets are as follows:

Juniors is for players Little League age 13 or 14. Games are played both in town and with teams from Lawrence, Andover, and Haverhill.

Seniors is for players Little League age 14, 15, or 16. Games are played both in town and with teams from Lawrence and Andover. Note: games are scheduled to avoid any conflicts with any NAHS freshman and JV baseball games.

Big League is for players League ages 16-19 (9th graders who are on school teams may request to play here as well). Big League plays on Sunday afternoons in North Andover and other local towns such as Andover, Billerica, Chelmsford, Dracut, Lawrence, Methuen, Reading, Tewksbury, and Woburn. There are either two 7 inning games or a 9 inning game. There might be a Saturday afternoon makeup game if there is rain. Practice time is once or twice a week. Big League uses a continuous batting order and free defensive substitution to maximize everyone's playing time. Yes, you can play if you play high school ball or other sports. The games do not conflict with any NAHS baseball games, and players in most other spring sports can have full participation. The program is a great way to get extra playing time, playing time at a different position if you play high school ball, or just to play baseball if you play another sport.

NOTE TO HIGH SCHOOL PLAYERSYes, you can play both HS ball and North Andover Little League. The NAHS coach, Todd Dulin, encourages players to play both if they wish. The high school team will be your priority in the event of a conflict, but NALL works closely with NAHS to avoid schedule conflicts and overuse, especially of pitchers. There have been many players who did both without any issues, so we encourage you to register early - if you make a HS team and choose to drop out of NALL, please let us know as soon as you can.

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