a senior little league is for those with expirence and talent
The above answer is wrong. The difference between Senior Little League and Little League is age.
Little League is normally what is said when discussing the parent organization of all divisions of Little League Baseball International. The divisions of Little League Baseball are divided between Tee ball, Minors, Majors, Junior, Senior and Big Leagues. Little League International also offers Softball, and Challenger.
The age configurations for Little League is, depending on what the local leagues Board of Directors and the local bylaws state normally are, 5 -6 for tee ball, 7 through 11 in Minors, 9 -12 in Majors, 12 -14 in Juniors, 14 - 16 in Seniors, and 16 - 18 in Big League. The ages overlap to allow local leagues to have some flexibility in making their local league work the best.
Age is the only difference between those that play in Little League (Majors and younger divisions) and Senior League. How who play in which divisions, with the overlapping ages, is as varied as there are Chartered Little Leagues. Some leagues have strict rules saying ages determine which division players play in, and others have a system that allows for age and experience and ability to determine which division the players play in. There are some hard and fast rules that Little League International has, such as all 12 year olds must play in Majors, unless a waiver is granted allowing them to play in Minors. Also 8 year olds and younger are not allowed to play in Majors. But Little League International allows for flexibility to meet the needs of all players.
Little League International also offers Boys and Girls Softball, also with divisions determined by age and ability.
There is also a Challenger League offered for differently-abled players to participate in. Children in wheel chairs, on crutches, and with other challenges play baseball. Some of the players are assisted by other players, and some aren't. It is the most rewarding program that I have ever been involved with.
I am a 32 year volunteer with Little League program. I have had 2 sons, and 5 grandsons play Little League.
The main difference is that the fields are much bigger in length and width. You can also use big barrells in Babe Ruth. There is no weight limit with the bats. If a player is 13 then in the fall he can do the prep league when you get used to the fields in size and facing other 13 year olds.
The difference is little league's fences are at 200 ft. and most high school fences are 315-400 ft. Also high school pitches from sixty ft. and the bases are at 90 ft. while little league pitches from 45 ft. and the bases are at 60 ft.
Actually the pitching distance in Little League is 46 feet.
In baseball, the ball is smaller and harder. You use a smaller sized bat than you do in softball. In softball, the ball is softer and bigger. The bat you use is bigger than the type of bat you use in baseball.
There are several things different in the two.
Little league Dixie Youth has a set of rules.
Dizzy Dean (different age groups) have different rules.
The difference will be seen moving more toward Major League baseball but not entirely!
1. Balk-High school has them little league 10U doesn't. 11U ball does have balks unless the local ground rules don't.
2. In High school there is no run limit per inning but there are various kinds of run limits in little league.
3. The infield-fly rule is in effect in high school
No infield fly rule in little league 10U but 11U usually do have it.
4. The equipment, field size, length of the game, allowed coaches, pitch calls, etc. are some obvious ones but there are many.
Sadly, Most people will not take the time to read the rules and if they do they need to spend time thinking of the situational settings before the play is made. As an umpire it is difficult to keep the two seperate but it can be done with diligence. The coach, parent should do the same.
They are both little league baseball but Cal Ripken baseball has different rules. There are hundreds of different kinds of little league baseball with hundreds of different rules.
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Babe Ruth made his Major League debut on July 11, 1914 with the Boston Red Sox.
The one Babe Ruth used called "babe"
Babe Ruth was 19 years old when he first playerd with the American League Boston Red Sox in 1914.
Babe Ruth was a pitcher for the 1914 Baltimore/Providence Grays, a double A team in the international League. In 121 at bats Babe Ruth had 1 home run.
Babe Ruth looked cute.