What is Youth Baseball and How Does It Relate to Little League Baseball?
Generally, the majestic sport of Youth Baseball, which also consists of 11 players in the field, have three age divisions; Junior League is for children aged 13-14 years old, Senior League is for children aged 14-16 years old, and Big League is for children aged 16-18 years old. Most Universities and Colleges in the US have a Youth Baseball team like The University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh Titans and the Stow and Whitnall Youth Baseball Team. All these major cities, suburban areas and states in the US have a youth baseball team including Smyrna and Powder Springs GA, Hudson NH, Maryland, Arizona, Simi Valley, Carlsbad, Alexandria, Escondido and San Francisco, California, Bixby and Moore Oklahoma, Texarkana, Bentonville Arkansas, Batavia and Barrington, Lancaster, Medina and Palatine Township Illinois, Arapahoe county and Olathe Colorado, Omaha Nebraska, Cooperstown and Carballo NY, Cottondale Florida, Chelmsford, Quincy Rochester and Attleboro MA, Danbury CU, Prattville AL, Fayetteville NC, Farmington and Hartford CT, Kansas City Missouri, Hattiesburg, Myrtle and Pascagoula Mississippi, Noblesville IN, Hueytown and Opelika Alabama, and even in the north-west United States like Meridian Idaho. Youth Baseball is one of the many specialty sports that is governed by USSSA and it also serves as a recreational sport for kids to play at the park or the beach.