NEW ... TAPRC SELECT DIVISION

At the TAPRC Select Division level, coaches will focus on strong fundamental skill development.  Playing time is not guaranteed to be equal in this division.  Player position and playing time will be based on performance, attitude and attendance.  Players should expect to commit to 3-5 days per week to games and practice.  Each Select team will play from 18-24 games and participate in two tournaments (TBD by their coach).  Parents can expect to travel within a one hour radius of Middleville for away games.

TBALL - 5 & 6 year olds

Tball introduces our youngest players to the basics of the game in a fun setting.  Shorter practices and games are designed for this level of play.  The season starts the middle of May with games on Friday evenings and Saturday mornings beginning in late May through June.  Co-ed teams.

MACHINE PITCH - 7 & 8 year olds

TAPRC's machine pitch division continues to develop players fundamental skills while maintaining the focus on teamwork and having FUN.  The season runs May-June with games on Friday evenings and Saturday mornings. Co-ed teams.

BOYS Baseball 9-15 year olds- TriCom League

Players 9-15 participate in the Tri-Comm League. This league includes teams from Wayland, Hastings, Dorr, Martin, Allegan, and Hopkins.  Baseball and Softball age divisions include Minors (9&10), Majors (11&12), and Seniors (13-15) baseball and softball.  All ages are determined by age on April 30th of current year.   Minor and Major Division runs April - June.  Senior division starts mid May through July.

GIRLS Softball 9-15 year olds - TriCom League

Players 9-15 participate in the Tri-Comm League. This league includes teams from Wayland, Hastings, Dorr, Martin, Allegan, and Hopkins.  Baseball and Softball age divisions include Minors (9&10), Majors (11&12), and Seniors (13-15) baseball and softball.  All ages are determined by age on April 30th of current year.  Minor and Major Division runs April - June.  Senior division starts mid May through July.

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