Ages: 5/6 year olds – boys and girls

T-Ball, or Tee-ball, is a simplified form of baseball intended as an introduction for children aged 5/6 to develop ball-game skills and have fun.

The principal difference between tee-ball and regular baseball is that the child usually hits the ball off of a stationary tee and the ball is generally not pitched. Tee-ball allows young children to learn the skills of batting, catching, running the bases, and throwing, while making it both easier to hit the ball and less likely for batters to be injured since they do not need to dodge wayward pitches (the ball is also softer).