To promote, develop, supervise, and voluntarily assist in all lawful ways, the interest of those who will participate in Little League Baseball and Softball.

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Daniel Collins

Theodore Collins

Jackson Davenport

Ryan DiBona

Trenton Dixon

Kyle Dietzsch

Collin Doherty

Seth Fitch

Alex Lugo

Hunter Robinson

Dean Teceno

Nathan Villano

Travis Walsch



Braydan Dwyer



Wyatt Goyette

Joshua Horsman

Tyler Komejko

Gregory Mason

Jacob Nichols

Connor Peterson

Anthony Prisco

Wyatt Rowell

Logan Singleton

Spencer Troy

Ej Wanke

Trey Wilkins

Tylor Zamora


by posted 09/17/2017
2018 Registration and Evaluations

Registration for the 2018 spring season is open now and we've kept the early registration and payment discount!  Please take a moment and register now and you'll be reminded to make payment before January 1st to receive a discount on the fee.  Click here to access our registration page.

Player evaluations for the Major League and Jr. Minor divisions will begin on Monday September 11th at Michaels Field.  Players must attend at least one evaluation session to be eligible for selection to a major league team, but are asked to attend both the weekday and Saturday evaluations.  Players age 8 or 9 are asked to attend only one evaluation session.The schedule is as follows:


Monday Sept. 11 @ 4:45 pm - all football players and players leauge age 11 or 12 (Birthdays 5/1/2005 thru 8/31/2007)

Tuesday Sept 12 @ 4:45 pm - all players league age 10 (Birthdays 9/1/2007 thru 8/31/2008)

Saturday September 16 @ 10 am - all players league age 11 or 12

Saturday September 16 @ noon - all players league age 10

Jr. Minors:

Saturday September 16 @ 2pm - all players league age 8 or 9 (Birthdays 9/1/2008 thru 8/31/2010)

Monday September 18 @ 4:45 pm - all players league age 8 or 9

Friday September 22 @ 4:45 pm - all players league age 8 or 9



by posted 09/07/2017
MLL - On Site AED

You may have heard the recent news of a 9-year old boy in Charlestown being hit in the chest causing his heart to stop.  While these incidents are fortunately very rare, this is a good opportunity to remind everyone that we do have an automatic defibrillator (AED) in the concession stand, should such an event happen at our fields.

AEDs are designed to be very easy to use as they walk you through their use step by step.  Part of our coach safety meeting each year includes an overview on the use of the AED.  If you’re interested in learning more about using an AED, you can find various instructional videos online.  AEDs are becoming common in many public buildings, so having some familiarity with them is a good idea.

While the AED is a great resource to have on hand, the first thing to do in an emergency is call 911 to get trained professionals on site as quickly as possible.

by posted 04/25/2017
New 2018 Bat Standards

As some of you may be looking at wish lists that include new baseball bats, we wanted to share information regarding new bat rules that will go into effect for the 2018 season.  With this new rule, any bats that are currently approved for the 2017 season with a "Little League Approved" designation will not be allowed beginning in 2018.  Bats conforming to the new standard are not available yet and will not be available until sometime in mid to late 2017.  Please keep this in mind if you are shopping for a new bat as anything you buy now will only be good for one season.  (This is a Little League and USA Baseball rule change, we are just the messenger.)

The following information is from Little League's website:

Please note that as of January 1, 2018, the new USA Baseball Bat Standard will be implemented. Little League-approved baseball bats that are approved for use for the 2017 season will no longer be acceptable for use in any Little League game or activity starting on January 1, 2018.

Starting on January 1, 2018, the new USA Baseball Standard will be implemented across all Little League baseball divisions and Little League-approved bats will no longer be acceptable for use in any Little League game or activity.

by posted 03/18/2017
Smoking Policy

You are reminded that tobacco use of any kind is not allowed within 25' of any ball field, dugout, or fan seating/viewing area; anywhere between Community and Memorial Field, including the batting cages; or within 50' of the concession stand or pavilion/grill area.

Anyone smoking in the parking lots or other areas not explicitly prohibited above are asked to please clean-up after yourself and not leave cigarette butts on the ground.

Your cooperation is greatly appreciated for the cleanliness of our fields and the health of our kids.

MLL Board of Directors

by posted 01/01/2015
Web-Site Communications

Just a reminder that the MLL website allows for more efficient electronic communications with players and parents.  Highlights include the following features:

  • Online schedules, including a multi-team schedule for families.
  • Email and/or text notifications of schedule changes and cancellations.
  • Game results and player statistics.
  • League standings.
  • Online registration.
  • Blast emails and text messages to members.

Please take advantage: log into your account to edit your electronic communication preferences and privacy settings.

by Gary McNaughton posted 01/07/2011
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