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About Mini-Millers Development Teams

The Mini-Millers program offers an baseball program alternative to those currently offered in the Minneapolis community for younger baseball players in grades 2-4.

The Mini-Millers provides a stepping stone program to help younger players develop their baseball skills and knowledge in the hopes of becoming competitive travel baseball players. It is a great program for players and families who are undecided if Travel Baseball is right for them, as well as families desiring a less rigorous baseball schedule.

Mini-Millers will participate in up to 4 scheduled events each week ranging from practices, games, and other baseball related events.

Mini-Millers program includes –

3 to 4 practices a week prior to the season starting  
These 1 ½ - 2 hour practices are designed to teach the proper mechanics of throwing, fielding, hitting, catching and pitching.

1 or 2 hitting practices prior to the season starting
These hitting practice are conducted by a hitting coach and teach the players proper hitting form, stance and swing.

1 to 2 practices a week during the season
These practices will continue to focus on basic development, while working on game situational play. 

Mini-Millers intends to play as an independent in-house league, and generally play 2 games a week at Minneapolis Parks.  Games start mid-May through mid-July, with playoffs at the end of July.

In addition, each Mini-Miller team compete in one 10A state qualifying travel tournament.  The tournament will be played under MBL rules at the 10U level.  This tournament will consist of a minimum of 3 pool games with the possibility of playing more depending on how the team performs.  The tournament will take place one weekend during the season. 

Mini-Millers receive the same uniforms as all travel Millers teams.  Uniforms consist of a home and away jersey, baseball pants and a belt, a hat, and socks.  For additional cost, teams can choose to have their names printed on their jerseys for an additional fee.

For more information on Mini-Millers contact Justin Benjamin.      

Justin Benjamin

Mini-Millers Director