GLL has an all-star team for ages 9, 10, 11 and 12 yr olds. In addition to our all-star teams, we have summer tournaments for our black teams for the same age brackets. To follow is an explanation of how players are eligible for and get picked for the all-star teams:
12 yr old: must be on a Majors roster, 12 yr olds in majors will vote for the top 8 players that are 12 yrs old. Players can't vote for themselves or anyone on their team. Majors managers and one coach from each team also get to cast a ballot for 12 players & the top 4 votes from those ballots along with the top 8 from player ballots are placed on the team.
11 yr old: must be on a Majors roster, same rules apply as above with the exception that 11 yr olds vote for the 11 yr olds.
10 yr old: must be on a AAA roster and the AAA managers and one coach from each team cast a ballot for 12 players.
9 yr old: must be on a AAA roster and the AAA managers and one coach from each team cast a ballot for 12 players.
Black teams (sometimes referred to as B teams) also play in our summer tournaments. 9 yr old tournaments are played at the AAA level/rules. With that said, 9 yr olds from AAA and AA can add their name to the list of potential players for the summer teams. 9 yr olds from a single A roster are ineligible.
Any player ages 9-12 on a AA roster or higher can submit their name to their manager to be put on the interest list. Summer tournament teams are not drafted until after All-Stars are announced on June 15th. Please note that committing to a tournament team means that your player will play baseball for the entire month of July and that those families are expected to help run the tournaments at GLL for their age bracket week.
Any questions regarding the summer tournaments, please contact Tony Rivalie at
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