Chantilly Youth Association administers the following baseball programs in the fall and spring:
- Tee Ball and Coach Pitch Baseball chartered with Little League for boys and girls ages 4-7 (see Little League Age Chart)
- Minors and Majors Baseball chartered with Little League for boys and girls ages 8-12 (see Little League Age Chart)
In the fall these Minors & Majors programs are not chartered with LL and are known as: Machine Pitch, Introduction to Player Pitch, Intermediate Player Pitch, and Advanced Player Pitch.See more info below.
TYPICAL BASEBALL DIVISIONS BY LEAGUE AGE
Tee Ball (Tee) League Ages 4-6, players hit from a tee (reccomended for beginners 4-6 years old)
Coach Pitch - League Ages 6-7, coaches pitch from a short distance, also use a tee (reccomended for players with at least one tee ball season)
Machine Pitch (Single A) League Age 8 (reccomended for players with at least a fall and spring season of coach pitch)
AA / Introductory Player Pitch - League Age 9 (reccomended for players with at least one machine pitch fall season followed by a spring Single A season)
AAA / Intermediate Player Pitch - ages 10-11 (reccomended for players with one fall season of Begining Player Pitch followed by a Spring AA season)
Majors / Advanced Player Pitch - ages 10-11-12 (reccomended for players with at least one fall intermediate Player Pitch followed by a Spring AAA season)
Sully Challenger Baseball (spring only)
Since 1993, the Sully Challenger Program in Western Fairfax County has provided the opportunity for mentally and physically challenged boys and girls, aged 4 to 22, to participate in an athletic environment structured to their abilities. Sully Challenger Baseball is a division of Little League Baseball and is co-sponsored by the Chantilly Youth Association (CYA) Little League and the Southwest Youth Association (SYA) Little League.
The Challenger program provides disabled children an opportunity to participate in America's Pastime, have fun and take part in a sport they would otherwise not have an opportunity to play. Challenger baseball fosters teamwork, self-esteem and social skills and lets kids experience how it feels to be cheered and earn awards for their achievements.
Everyone gets a chance to play, regardless of limitations or ability. Sully Challengers represents both the Chantilly and Southwestern Youth Associations, providing quality baseball for our area youth. The feedback we get from parents and players is very positive and the attitude of the kids is infectious. Our season starts in early April and we would love to have you join us. We play Friday afternoons between 6pm and 7:30 pm at Chantilly Park on Stringfellow Road (across the street from Chantilly High School).
To register your child to play Challenger Baseball, visit the Chantilly Youth Association website:
For questions regarding the program contact Ben Lorigo (