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Major League Evaluations for the Spring 2016 Season

If you, or someone you know, has a son or daughter who will be 11 or 12 next spring (age 12 before April 30, 2016), interested in playing Majors baseball next spring, please click the online registration link above  to register your child for the 2016 spring season.   Also, players who turn 11 after April 30, 2016 but who are in the fifth or 6th grade are eligible to attend the evaluation.  All players interested in playing for a Majors team must register before November 1, 2015.  Registration for our other levels (Triple A, Double A and Single A) will be announced later this year.

Majors is the highest level in our Cal Ripken program. All 11 and 12 year old Belmont residents interested in playing this level MUST participate in the evaluation to be eligible to be placed on a Majors roster.  All players who do not selected for a Majors roster will be assigned to our AAA division.


Placements for Majors will be from 4:00 – 6:00 PM on Saturday November 14, 2015 and Sunday November 15, 2015 at the Belmont Hill School Gym.

Players must attend at least one session.  

Players who do not attend at least one session will not be eligible for placement in Majors.


Players must be register before November 1, 2015.


12 year old players that played on a major league team last season, do not need to attend placements, but must register on time to remain on their team.  Players should bring their sneakers, glove, and bat if they have a preferred bat.  Bats and helmets will be available.


  • 11 year olds born between May 1, 2004 and April 30, 2005

  • 12 year olds born between May 1, 2003 and April 30, 2004

New This year: Players who turn 11 after April 30, 2016 but who are in 5th or 6th grade (Note: this change will allow players to play with their classmates if players are evaluated as being ready for the majors level)


Contact John Federico at with any questions.

by posted 10/05/2015
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1) Do not leave litter in the parks or surrounding neighborhoods.


2) Observe and obey all parking regulations around the ball fields. Do not block driveways or park on street corners (a saftey hazard for both pedestrians and drivers). 

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