Registration Listing

2021 KLL Season

Keystone Little League: Omaha, Nebraska

Your player’s league age is determined by the Little League Baseball® and Little League Softball® Age Charts. The dates for baseball and softball are different, but each determines the division in which your Little Leaguer will play this season. The Age Determination Date for a Little League Baseball player is the actual age of a child on August 31 of the current year. The Age Determination Date for a Little League Softball player is the actual age of a child on December 31 of the previous year.
 
Click League Age Calculator to determine the age your Little Leaguer should play this season. 
 
Registration closes on 02/28/2021 at 11:59 PM
Season Dates: 04/19/2021 to 06/30/2021
 
T-Ball:
This is Keystone’s co-ed introductory league. Players can request one teammate or coach at this level. The player must reach age 4 (four) by August 31st of the calendar year (per Little League age guidelines) they are beginning play to participate. Player ages are typically Little League ages 4 and 5 (four and five). Each team has one manager and two coaches. Games last approximately one hour. Very low-key introduction to organized baseball. Teams bat six players using a tee and then switch to defense. Player needs their own glove, rubber cleats, and baseball pants. It is recommended that each player has their own helmet with a full face mask. Players play with a Reduced Injury Factor (RIF) ball. If you choose to provide your own bat, it must have a USA stamped bat.

A typical season for T-Ball consists of a minimum of 3 to 5 practices (times and dates based on coach and field availability, weather permitting) prior to the first games after the teams are organized in mid-March. Once games begin in mid-April, it will be up to each coach's discretion to host additional practices. There will typically be 2 games per week: one on a weeknight and the second on a Saturday of each week until the season ends mid-June.

Coach-Pitch:
This League is co-ed. Players can request one teammate or coach at this level. Players should have played in an organized t-ball league prior to enrollment in this league, but not required. Player ages are typically Little League ages 5 and 6 (five and six). Each team has one manager and two coaches. Games last approximately one hour. Basic rules of organized baseball and softball are introduced. Coaches pitch to hitters on one knee for boys and underhand for girls and will bring out a tee if needed. Teams bat six players and then switch to defense. Player needs their own glove, rubber cleats, and baseball pants. It is recommended that each player has their own helmet with a full face mask. Players play with a Reduced Injury Factor (RIF) ball. If you choose to provide your own bat, it must have a USA stamped bat.

A typical season for Coach-Pitch consists of a minimum of 3 to 5 practices (times and dates based on coach and field availability, weather permitting) prior to the first games after the teams are organized in mid-March. Once games begin in mid-April, it will be up to each coach's discretion to host additional practices. There will typically be 2 games per week: one on a weeknight and the second on a Saturday of each week until the season ends mid-June.

Softball Divisions:   
Keystone has softball programs for girls ages 7 through 12 (seven through twelve). Player's age is based on age as of December 31. Girls who will not turn 7 (seven) until after April 30, are encouraged to register in the Coach Pitch division. Depending on the number of teams, players may play games versus other organizations of the Keystone sports complex. If you have questions regarding specifics please contact the player agent. A list of player agents can be found under the board page on our website and in the description of each league.

Farm Softball: Little League Age 7 and 8 
The farm division is Keystone’s introduction to fastpitch softball. Teams will have one head coach and two assistant coaches. Player needs their own glove, rubber cleats, softball fielding face guard, sliding shorts, and baseball pants. It is recommended that each player has their own helmet with a full face mask. Players play with a Reduced Injury Factor (RIF) ball. If you choose to provide your own bat, it must have a USA stamped bat. Once games begin in mid-April, it will be up to each coach's discretion to host additional practices. There will typically be 2 games per week: one on a weeknight and the second on a Saturday of each week until the season ends at the beginning of June. The regular-season games will be followed by a tournament among all the teams of this division in the first 3 weeks of June. The end-of-season tournament will start after the season games are completed and teams will continue to play until a tournament winner is determined. There is potential for post-season all-star play at the beginning of July based on division coaches' selection of players.

Prior to Memorial Day, players will hit coach pitching. From Memorial Day through the end of the season, players will alternate pitching innings with coaches. Players may request teammates or coaches in this division. 

Minors Softball: Little League Age 9 and 10
The Minors division is the next step in softball development at Keystone. Player needs their own glove, rubber cleats, softball fielding face guard, sliding shorts, and baseball pants. It is recommended that each player has their own helmet with a full face mask. If you choose to provide your own bat, it must have a USA stamped bat. Games will be full player-pitch, and there will be some games scheduled off-site against neighboring leagues. Players will be assigned to teams after an evaluation and draft. Teammate requests are not available in this league. Teams will have one head coach and two assistant coaches. Once games begin in mid-April, it will be up to each coach’s discretion to host additional practices. There will typically be 2 games per week: one on a weeknight and the second on a Saturday of each week until the season ends at the beginning of June. The regular-season games will be followed by a tournament among all the teams of this division in the first 3 weeks of June. The end-of-season tournament will start after the season games are completed and teams will continue to play until a tournament winner is determined. There is potential for post-season all-star play at the beginning of July based on division coaches' selection of players. 
 
Majors Softball: Little League Age 11 and 12 
The final step for softball at Keystone is the Majors division. Player needs their own glove, rubber cleats, softball fielding face guard, sliding shorts, and baseball pants. It is recommended that each player has their own helmet with a full face mask. If you choose to provide your own bat, it must have a USA stamped bat.
A typical season for Softball Divisions consists of a minimum of 3 to 5 practices (times and dates based on coach and field availability, weather permitting) prior to the first games after the teams are organized in mid-March. Once games begin in mid-April, it will be up to each coach's discretion to host additional practices. There will typically be 2 games per week: one on a weeknight and the second on a Saturday of each week until the season ends mid-June. 

Baseball Divisions:
Keystone has baseball programs for boys ages 7 through 18 (seven through eighteen). Player's age is based on age as of August 31st. If you have questions regarding specifics please contact the player agent. A list of player agents can be found under the board page on our website and in the description of each league.

Farm 7 Baseball: Little League Age 7
In the Farm 7 Division, Players can still request one teammate or coach. Player ages are typically Little League ages 7 (seven). Each team has one manager and two coaches. Games last approximately one and a half hours. Basic rules of organized baseball are followed. Players pitch to hitters until the ball is hit, or a strikeout occurs. If the hitter is thrown 4 balls or hit by a pitch, a coach will step in to pitch until the at-bat is completed. Teams bat until there are 3 outs or through the entire order once, and then switch to defense. Player needs their own glove, rubber cleats, protective cup, and baseball pants. It is recommended that each player has their own helmet with a full face mask. Players play with a Reduced Injury Factor (RIF) ball. If you choose to provide your own bat, it must have a USA stamped bat.

A typical season for Farm 7 consists of a minimum of 3 to 5 practices (times and dates based on coach and field availability, weather permitting) prior to the first games after the teams are organized in mid-March. Once games begin in mid-April, it will be up to each coach's discretion to host additional practices. There will typically be 2 games per week: one on a weeknight and the second on a Saturday of each week until the season ends at the beginning of June. The regular-season games will be followed by a tournament among all the teams of this division in the first 3 weeks of June. The end-of-season tournament will start after the season games are completed and teams will continue to play until a tournament winner is determined. There is potential for post-season all-star play at the beginning of July based on division coaches' selection of players.

Farm 8 Baseball: Little League Age 8
In the Farm 8 Division, Players will no longer be able to request teammates or coaches. This is the first year they will follow the evaluation and draft process. Player ages are typically Little League ages 8 (eight). Each team has one manager and two coaches. Games last approximately one and a half hours. Basic rules of organized baseball are followed. Players pitch to hitters until the ball is hit, or a strikeout occurs. If the hitter is thrown 4 balls or hit by a pitch, a coach will step in to pitch until the at-bat is completed. Teams bat until there are 3 outs or through the entire order once, and then switch to defense. Player needs their own glove, rubber cleats, protective cup, and baseball pants. It is recommended that each player has their own helmet with a full face mask. Players play with a Reduced Injury Factor (RIF) ball. If you choose to provide your own bat, it must have a USA stamped bat.

A typical season for Farm 8 consists of a minimum of 3 to 5 practices (times and dates based on coach and field availability, weather permitting) prior to the first games after the teams are organized in mid-March. Once games begin in mid-April, it will be up to each coach's discretion to host additional practices. There will typically be 2 games per week: one on a weeknight and the second on a Saturday of each week until the season ends at the beginning of June. The regular-season games will be followed by a tournament among all the teams of this division in the first 3 weeks of June. The end-of-season tournament will start after the season games are completed and teams will continue to play until a tournament winner is determined. There is potential for post-season all-star play at the beginning of July based on division coaches' selection of players.

Minors Baseball: Little League Age 9 and 10
In the Minors Baseball Division, Players will no longer be able to request teammates or coaches, This division follows the evaluation and draft process. Player ages are typically Little League ages 9 and 10 (nine and ten). Each team has one manager and two coaches. Games last approximately one hour 50 minutes. Basic rules of organized baseball are followed. Players pitch to hitters until the ball is hit, a strikeout occurs, or the hitter is walked. Teams bat until there are 3 outs or through the entire order once, and then switch to defense. Player needs their own glove, rubber cleats, protective cup, and baseball pants. It is recommended that each player has their own helmet with a full face mask. Players play with a standard Little League baseball. If you choose to provide your own bat, it must have a USA stamped bat.

A typical season for Minors consists of a minimum of 3 to 5 practices (times and dates based on coach and field availability, weather permitting) prior to the first games after the teams are organized in mid-March. Once games begin in mid-April, it will be up to each coach's discretion to host additional practices. There will typically be 2 games per week: one on a weeknight and the second on a Saturday of each week until the season ends at the beginning of June. The regular-season games will be followed by a tournament among all the teams of this division in the first 3 weeks of June. The end-of-season tournament will start after the season games are completed and teams will continue to play until a tournament winner is determined. There is potential for postseason District and all-star play at the beginning of July based on division coaches' selection of players.

50/70 Baseball: Little League Age 11, 12 and 13
In the 50/70 Baseball Division, Players will no longer be able to request teammates or coaches, This division follows the evaluation and draft process. Player ages are typically Little League ages 11,12, and 13 eleven, twelve, and thirteen). Each team has one manager and two coaches. Games last approximately one hour 50 minutes. All rules of organized baseball are followed. Player needs their own glove, rubber cleats, protective cup, and baseball pants. It is recommended that each player has their own helmet with a full face mask. Players play with a standard Little League baseball. If you choose to provide your own bat, it must have a USA stamped bat.

A typical season for 50/70 consists of a minimum of 3 to 5 practices (times and dates based on coach and field availability, weather permitting) prior to the first games after the teams are organized in mid-March. Once games begin in mid-April, it will be up to each coach's discretion to host additional practices. There will typically be 2 games per week: one on a weeknight and the second on a Saturday of each week until the season ends at the beginning of June. The regular-season games will be followed by a tournament among all the teams of this division in the first 3 weeks of June. The end-of-season tournament will start after the season games are completed and teams will continue to play until a tournament winner is determined. There is potential for postseason District and all-star play at the beginning of July based on division coaches' selection of players.

Junior Umpire Program:
The Jr. Umpire Program allows Keystone players and siblings of players who are age 11 (eleven) and above to learn a different aspect of the game if they are interested in participating. As a Jr. Umpire for Keystone's Farm and Minor baseball and softball games, they will have the opportunity to learn details of the game from behind the plate. All Jr. Umpires will be required to participate and satisfactorily complete at least one training session in March. Jr. Umpires are compensated for each game they sign up and umpire for. All inquiries regarding the Junior Umpire Program should be sent to [email protected]

Senior Umpire Program:
The Senior Umpire Program allows Keystone players and siblings who are 13 (thirteen) years old and above to continue furthering their skills. All Senior Umpires will be required to participate and satisfactorily complete ALL training sessions in February and March. All inquiries regarding Senior Umpires should be sent to [email protected]

Jr. Umpire Program

Registration closes on 07/01/2021 at 11:59 PM
Season Dates: 04/12/2021 to 07/01/2021
$0.00

Sr. Umpire Program

Registration closes on 07/01/2021 at 11:59 PM
Season Dates: 04/12/2021 to 07/01/2021
$0.00

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