Leagues

Little League is the worlds largest youth sports organization that has an international following for our baseball and softball programs. While we promote our vision of developing major league people, our league invites all levels of play and abilities while at the same time having the most competitive baseball and softball Little League World Series with spectacular televised coverage. We are Little League and the only league in the Tulsa area that brings this opportunity to the youth.


Little League starts at age 4 in TBALL and plays up to age 16. All ages can play in our regular season of play. Our registration page has an age chart to check the month and year of your players birth date to determine their baseball age. The age charts for baseball and softball are different, so please reference the correct sport.

There is a most competitive World Series opportunity for the 12U, 13U, 14U and 16U age groups / leagues. Players that are ages 11 to 16 must live in our defined Little League boundary to be eligible for the World Series. Any player attending Jenks or Union school districts are eligible for the World Series. Players attending Bixby, Broken Arrow, Tulsa Public and private schools are also eligible if the school they attend is in our boundary or their primary home address is in our boundary. Private schools in boundary include, Cascia Hall, Holland Hall, Bishop Kelly, Victory Christian, Metro Christian and Regent. The Little League tournament opportunity is open to all players in our boundary.

At Tulsa Little League, our primary focus is developing major league people thru all of our seasonal and tournament play. Our league registration fee is all inclusive. There are NO FEES for umpires, gate admission, parking, practice Fields (day usage), or games. The registration fee covers full participation in the regular season, coaches are not permitted to charge any fee. Other out of pocket costs could include personal items such as a glove, footwear, bat, or helmet.

Tulsa Little League is the place to get a lot of practice, instruction, coaching, playing, tournaments, all star and award recognition with our goal of developing major league people and to have a lot of fun! We are a baseball community, volunteer if you can to help strengthen our league.

Tulsa Little League offers registration discounts to families with multiple immediate family members playing in our baseball and softball leagues. Contact us with the names of your players to obtain a discount coupon code.

  • TBALL – Ages 4 and 5

    Little League Tee Ball is a blast! Each Tee Ball season we have fun playing our very successful Little League brand of tball with our main key is to have FUN!

    Tee Ball is the starting point for baseball and girls softball. We recommend every player age 4 or 5 to have at least one season in Tee Ball and then feel free to play the next season in Progressive TBALL. Some players enjoy their 4 and 5 year old age playing Tee Ball.

    Coaches, parents and players alike have a tremendous season. The teams are parent coached and play under the rules and direction of Tulsa Little League. Teams are made up of 8 to 10 players. The team size is kept small to allow for more interaction and attention for all the players that will keep them involved in the game. We always need parents involved to coach these teams and you can organize your team around your players friends and school classmates.

    The MOST IMPORTANT success in getting our tball teams organized and practicing is for the parents to make sure and volunteer early to be the Team Manager. We will wait until we have team managers before players are put on a team.

    What is the Team Manager?
    The team manager is the team’s communicator and organizer. Basic responsibilities are to communicate through email to the parents. The team manager decides on which days and time to practice, where to practice, signing up for free practice fields at our facility, picks up and hands out the team uniforms and assigns the snack duties to a parent each game. The rest of the teams parents, up to 4, help coach the team. Little League provides online instructional video, coaching tips and a booklet to help out each team. We’ve found the most successful teams have a good team manager that sends out a weekly email to the team.

    First Step for Team Manager?
    Register your Team! We have a simple form where you list your contact information and also your player and friends, if any, to be on the same team. Many parents just list their player on the form and we’ll add the remaining players to complete your team.

    Tee Ball play is open to 4 and 5 year old players. Each season we play 10 to 12 games. All games are played at Tulsa Little League complex near the corner of 61st St and South Yale Avenue.

    We offer a very affordable registration fee that includes the uniform (Hat, Jersey, Pants). There are no other costs involved except for personal items such as a glove, bat, or batting helmet. Gloves are the only essential item as players do end up sharing bats and other equipment. All the players will receive a participation award at the end of the season, this is the only league that we provide participation awards since there are no league standings in the Tee Ball division. This is also their first experience and we want to make it a good one!

    Tee Ball parents attend each game and many want to be on the field helping out. To do this you must complete a volunteer application.

    Tulsa Little League supplies each team with a batting tee, practice and game balls. Tulsa Little League supplies the players jersey, baseball pants and a hat. Parents need to purchase a baseball glove. The team will need at least 1 bat to share and 4 helmets. Helmets are required at practice and games, at all times when batting and optional when playing as the pitcher or first baseman on defense.

    Parents are strongly encouraged to become involved in this introduction level of Little League. After completing a Little League volunteer application and passing a required national background check, parents may become involved in practices, and be eligible as coaches, managers, umpires, local league board members and other volunteer positions within the league.

    Now it’s time to sign up to be a team manager and sign up your player! We are Little League!

  • Progressive TBall – Ages 5 and 6

    Tulsa Little League Progressive Tee Ball is a blast, it is the next step up for an experienced tee ball player. Starting in Progressive TBALL, we introduce hitting a pitched ball, score keeping, regular season standings and an end of season tournament.

    We recommend Progressive Tee Ball to those 5 and 6 year olds that have already played a tee ball season and if the parents feel the player is ready to hit from a coach pitched ball. The rule difference between Tee Ball and Progressive TBALL is that a player gets 5 attempts to hit the ball and the player can choose to hit from a coach pitching the ball or off the batting “T”. For example, a player can get 3 pitches from the coach and then select to hit off the batting tee. Progressive tball is for the more experienced player after TBALL where the parents feel they are ready to sometimes hit a pitched ball.

    Coaches, parents and players alike have a tremendous season. The teams are parent coached and play under the rules and direction of Tulsa Little League. Progressive Tee Ball play is open to 5 and 6 year old players. Each season we play 10 to 12 games. All games are played at Tulsa Little League complex near the corner of 61st St and South Yale Avenue. Teams are made up of 10 to 12 players. We always need parents involved to coach these teams and you can organize your team around your players friends and school classmates.

    The MOST IMPORTANT success in getting our teams organized and practicing is for the parents to make sure and volunteer early to be the Team Manager. We will wait until we have team managers before players are put on a team.

    What is the Team Manager?
    The team manager is the team’s communicator and organizer. Basic responsibilities are to communicate through email to the parents. The team manager decides on which days and time to practice, where to practice, signing up for free practice fields at our facility, picks up and hands out the team uniforms and assigns the snack duties to a parent each game. The rest of the teams parents, up to 4, help coach the team. Little League provides online instructional video, coaching tips and a booklet to help out each team. We’ve found the most successful teams have a good team manager that sends out a weekly email to the team.

    First Step for Team Manager?
    Register your Team! We have a simple form where you list your contact information and also your player and friends, if any, to be on the same team. Many parents just list their player on the form and we’ll add the remaining players to complete your team.

    We offer a very affordable registration fee that includes the uniform (Hat, Jersey, Pants). There are no other costs involved except for personal items such as a glove, bat, or batting helmet. Gloves are the only essential item as players do end up sharing bats and other equipment. At the conclusion of each regular season, we schedule a tournament for the players to get this introduction to winning a team trophy if they place first or second in the tournament.

    Parents attend each game and many want to be on the field helping out. To do this you must complete a volunteer application.

    Tulsa Little League supplies each team with a batting tee, practice and game balls. Tulsa Little League supplies the players jersey, baseball pants and a hat. Parents need to purchase a baseball glove. The team will need at least 1 bat to share and 4 helmets. Helmets are required at practice and games, at all times when batting and optional when playing as the pitcher or first baseman on defense.

    Parents are strongly encouraged to become involved in this introduction level of Little League. After completing a Little League volunteer application and passing a required national background check, parents may become involved in practices, and be eligible as coaches, managers, umpires, local league board members and other volunteer positions within the league.

    Now it’s time to sign up to be a team manager and sign up your player! We are Little League!

  • Coach Pitch – Ages 6 and 7

    Tulsa Little League Coach Pitch is a fun interactive experience for the coaches and players. New and experienced players will enjoy the season. Last year we fielded 25 teams and the seasons’ key is to have FUN while learning the next level of hitting, fielding and throwing baseball skills! Coaches, parents and players alike have a tremendous season. The teams are parent coached and play under the rules and direction of Tulsa Little League Baseball. The primary goals of Coach Pitch are to instruct children in the fundamentals of baseball and to allow them to experience the value of teamwork.

    Coach Pitch play is open to 6 and 7 year old players. Each season we play 12 to 15 games. All games are played at Tulsa Little League complex near the corner of 61st St and South Yale Avenue. Starting with Coach Pitch, players hit a ball pitched to them by one of their coaches. The player will get up to 5 total pitches to hit the ball. Teams are made up of 10 to 12 players. We always need parents involved to coach these teams and you can organize your team around your players friends and school classmates.

    The MOST IMPORTANT success in getting our teams organized and practicing is for the parents to make sure and volunteer early to be the Team Manager. We will wait until we have team managers before players are put on a team.

    What is the Team Manager?
    The team manager is the team’s communicator and organizer. Basic responsibilities are to communicate through email to the parents. The team manager decides on which days and time to practice, where to practice, signing up for free practice fields at our facility, picks up and hands out the team uniforms and assigns the snack duties to a parent each game. The rest of the teams parents, up to 4, help coach the team. Little League provides online instructional video, coaching tips and a booklet to help out each team. We’ve found the most successful teams have a good team manager that sends out a weekly email to the team.

    First Step for Team Manager?
    Register your Team! We have a simple form where you list your contact information and also your player and friends, if any, to be on the same team. Many parents just list their player on the form and we’ll add the remaining players to complete your team.

    We offer a very affordable registration fee that includes a hat and jersey. There are no other league costs involved, only additional cost is for personal items such as a glove, baseball pants, bat, or batting helmet. Gloves are the only essential item as players do end up sharing bats and other equipment. At the conclusion of each regular season, we schedule a tournament for the players. The winners of the tournament and runner-up teams receive trophies for each player.

    Parents attend each game and many want to be on the field helping out. To do this you must complete a volunteer application.

    Tulsa Little League supplies each team with practice balls, game balls, jersey and hat. Parents need to purchase a baseball glove. The team will need at least 1 bat to share and 4 helmets. Helmets are required at practice and games, at all times when batting and optional when playing as the pitcher or first baseman on defense.

    Parents are strongly encouraged to become involved in this introduction level of Little League. After completing a Little League volunteer application and passing a required national background check, parents may become involved in practices, and be eligible as coaches, managers, umpires, local league board members and other volunteer positions within the league.

    Now it’s time to sign up to be a team manager and sign up your player! We are Little League!

  • Machine Pitch – Ages 7 and 8

    Tulsa Little League Machine Pitch Division is truly a unique baseball experience in Northeastern Oklahoma. We believe the very next best experience after coach pitch is machine pitch. Our pitching machine throws 34 to 38 mph strikes at a pretty even level with the 7 & 8 year old batters strike zone offering these batters the opportunity to apply the best hitting mechanics. Players age 7 can start in this exciting league and should be comfortable with going to the batting cages and hitting off a machine. We highly encourage 7 and 8 year olds to spend these years in machine pitch to enhance proper hitting and teach the defensive skills of the game. Everyone’s a hitter so defense is the key in this league to winning games.

    This is always the most exciting division to watch as the players get consistent pitches from the machine and it’s a hitting and fielding fast moving experience like no other baseball division. The primary goals of Machine Pitch are to instruct children in the fundamentals of baseball and to allow them to experience the value of teamwork. The teams play following the rules and direction of Tulsa Little League Baseball.

    This league is open to 7 and 8 year old boys and girls. Teams are made up of 10 to 12 players. The season plays 12 to 15 games. All games are played at Tulsa Little League complex near the corner of 61st St and South Yale Avenue. We always need parents involved to coach these teams and you can organize your team around your players friends and school classmates.

    The MOST IMPORTANT success in getting our teams organized and practicing is for the parents to make sure and volunteer early to be the Team Manager. We will wait until we have team managers before players are put on a team.

    First Step for Team Manager or Coach?
    Register your Team! We have a simple form where you list your contact information and also your player and friends, if any, to be on the same team. Many parents just list their player on the form and we’ll add the remaining players to complete your team.

    We offer a very affordable registration fee that includes a hat and jersey. There are no other league costs involved, only additional cost is for personal items such as a glove, baseball pants, bat, or batting helmet. Gloves are the only essential item as players do end up sharing bats and other equipment. At the conclusion of each regular season, we schedule a tournament for the players. The winners of the tournament and runner-up teams receive trophies for each player.

    Head Coaches, assistant coaches, and scorekeepers must complete a volunteer application. This is a safety requirement for the players and mandatory by Little League.

    Tulsa Little League supplies each team with practice balls, game balls, jersey and hat. Parents need to purchase a baseball glove. The team will need at least 1 bat to share and 4 helmets. Helmets are required at practice and games, at all times when batting and optional when playing as the pitcher or first baseman on defense.

    Now it’s time to sign up to be a team manager and sign up your player! We are Little League!

  • Kid Pitch Minors - Ages 9 and 10

    Tulsa Little League Minors Division is a player pitch division. Our main emphasis in this division is to develop the skill and gain experience needed for the highly competitive Majors division. The players not drafted to the Majors will play in the Minors.

    The teams play following the rules and direction of Tulsa Little League Baseball. League play is open to 9-10 year old players. This league will play 12 to 15 games per season. All games are played at Tulsa Little League complex near the corner of 61st St and S Yale Avenue.

    First Step for Team Manager or Coach?
    Register your Team! We have a simple form where you list your contact information and also your player and friends, if any, to be on the same team. Many parents just list their player on the form and we’ll add the remaining players to complete your team.

    We offer a very affordable registration fee that includes a hat and jersey. There are no other league costs involved, only additional cost is for personal items such as a glove, baseball pants, bat, or batting helmet. Gloves are the only essential item as players do end up sharing bats and other equipment. At the conclusion of each regular season, we schedule a tournament for the players. The winners of the tournament and runner-up teams receive trophies for each player.

    Head Coaches, assistant coaches, and scorekeepers must complete a volunteer application. This is a safety requirement for the players and mandatory by Little League. Tulsa Little League supplies each team with practice balls, game balls, jersey and hat.

    Now it’s time to sign up to be a team manager and sign up your player! We are Little League!

  • Kid Pitch Majors - Ages 11 and 12

    Tulsa Little League 12U Division follows the conventional Little League rules. Players of ages 9 thru 12 can play and the conventional rule set is exactly what you see on ESPN during the Little League World Series.

    All players must reside within Tulsa National Little League Boundary or go to a school within the boundary and drafted onto teams. League play is open to 9 to 12 year old players. The league will play a minimum of 12 games. Games will be played at Tulsa Little League complex near the corner of 61st Street and South Yale Avenue in Tulsa.

    All players must register individually. We offer a very affordable registration fee that includes a hat and jersey. There are no other league costs involved as Little League does not charge teams for umpires, gate admission or parking. At the conclusion of each regular season, we schedule a tournament for the players. The winners of the tournament and runner-up teams receive trophies for each player.

    Head Coaches, assistant coaches, and scorekeepers must complete a volunteer application. This is a safety requirement for the players and mandatory by Little League.

    Players of Little League league age 11 and 12 may be eligible to tryout for the All Star team. The All Star team has the opportunity to play and advance from the State level, Regional level and finally the international level of World Series tournaments. This opportunity is the basis for and to potentially advance to the Little League World Series at Williamsport, PA. The annual showcase of the top 11- and 12-year-old teams in the world will play the U.S. and International championship games in August each year.

    The Little League International Tournament is open to Tulsa Little League and more than 80 other countries. More than 7,000 teams, approximately 6,500 of those teams in the U.S., begin the tournaments in the Little League Baseball division. About 6,500 are eliminated in the first three weeks of play. About 45,000 games are played in eight divisions leading up to the various World Series tournaments. More than 16,000 of those games are played in the Little League division, the equivalent of more than six Major League Baseball seasons.

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    Now it’s time to sign up to be a team manager and sign up your player! We are Little League!

  • Kid Pitch Intermediate (50/70) - Ages 11 thru 13

    The Intermediate (50/70) Baseball Division for players ages 11 to 13 utilizes a 50-foot pitching distance and 70-foot base paths.

    All players must reside within Tulsa National Little League Boundary or go to a school within the boundary and drafted onto teams. The league will play a minimum of 12 to 15 games. Games will be played at Tulsa Little League baseball complex.

    All players must register individually. We offer a very affordable registration fee that includes a hat and jersey. There are no other league costs involved as Little League does not charge teams for umpires, gate admission or parking. At the conclusion of each regular season, we schedule a tournament for the players. The winners of the tournament and runner-up teams receive trophies for each player.

    Head Coaches, assistant coaches, and scorekeepers must complete a volunteer application. This is a safety requirement for the players and mandatory by Little League.

    Players of Little League league age 11 to 13 may be eligible to tryout for the All Star team. The All Star team has the opportunity to play and advance from the State level, Regional level and finally the international level of World Series tournaments. The culmination of the International Tournament is the Intermediate (50/70) Baseball World Series, featuring teams from around the world.

  • Kid Pitch Juniors - Ages 13 and 14

    The Junior League Baseball Division is a program for boys and girls ages 13-14 using a conventional 90-foot diamond with a pitching distance of 60 feet, 6 inches. The Junior league is only open during the SPRING Season.

    The culmination of the International Tournament is the Junior League Baseball World Series, featuring teams from around the world

  • Kid Pitch Seniors - Ages 15 and 16

    The Senior League Baseball Division is a program for boys and girls ages 15-16 using a conventional 90-foot diamond with a pitching distance of 60 feet, 6 inches. The Senior league is only open during the SPRING Season.

    The culmination of the International Tournament is the Senior League Baseball World Series, featuring teams from around the world.

  • Challenger Division - Ages 4 thru 18

    Teams are set up according to abilities, rather than age, and can include as many as 15-20 players. Challenger games can be played as tee ball games, coach pitch, player pitch, or a combination of the three.

    In a Challenger game, each player gets a chance to bat. The side is retired when the offense has batted through the roster, or when a pre-determined number of runs have been scored, or when three outs are recorded. Little League recommends that no score be kept during Challenger games. The Challenger players wear the same uniforms, shoulder patches and safety equipment as other Little League players.

    One of the benefits of having a Challenger Division is that it encourages the use of “buddies” for the Challenger players. The buddies assist the Challenger players on the field, but whenever possible, encourage the players to bat and make plays themselves. However, the buddy is always nearby to help when needed.

    Parents and teenagers are strongly encouraged to become involved in this uniquely-rewarding division of Little League. After completing a Little League volunteer application and passing a required national background check, teenagers may become buddies, while parents may become involved in practices, and be eligible as coaches, managers, umpires, local league board members and other volunteer positions within the league.

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