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Old 12-19-2014, 06:53 PM
 
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Hi all, my son is in kindergarden and we live in Moorestown. I want him to play t-ball in the spring but the moorestown baseball site shows leagues starting only at second grade. Anybody know if there is kindergarden ball in moorestown or if I have to go to mt. Laurel or cherry hill? We had soccer in town so I can't imagine there is nothing offered for baseball.. THANKS for any help.
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Old 12-22-2014, 12:02 PM
 
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Hi all, my son is in kindergarden and we live in Moorestown. I want him to play t-ball in the spring but the moorestown baseball site shows leagues starting only at second grade. Anybody know if there is kindergarden ball in moorestown or if I have to go to mt. Laurel or cherry hill? We had soccer in town so I can't imagine there is nothing offered for baseball.. THANKS for any help.
Moorestown is part of the Babe Ruth/Cal Ripken system. I know for a fact that they offer Tee-Ball and Coach Pitch leagues for kids as young as Pre-K. I think what you are seeing on their site is the information for Fall Ball. They don't seem to offer Fall Ball for anyone younger than second grade. However, if you look back at the last spring season you will see Tee-Ball for Pre-K and Instructional Coach Pitch for Kindergarten. Most leagues now start players in Pre-K. For instance Little League now starts players in Tee-Ball at "league age four" which means most of the players are phyiscally three while playing. By the time the players are physically 5 and 6 in Kindergarten and 1st grade they are playing coach pitch.
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