Little League Baseball organization serving Menlo Park, CA and Atherton CA. Volunteer run organization. Majors, Minors, Triple A (AAA), Double A (AA), Single A, T-Ball, Coach Pitch and Challenger Divisions.

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Player Appreciation Day is Saturday June 2nd!

Player Appreciation Day is Saturday June 2nd!

On Saturday June 2nd we will be celebrating M-ALL’s 2018 season at Burgess Park. The Player Appreciation Day festivities will begin at 10am with first the pitch of the Majors Division Championship game. There will be several carnival attractions, including the very popular dunk tank where the kids will show off their arms and get the coaches wet. Make sure to check out the dunk tank schedule for your team’s time slot.

 

Make sure to tell all M-A Little Leaguers to wear their hat and jersey to pick up a free hot dog, chips and drink.

 

The PCA (Positive Coaching Alliance) awards ceremony - honoring our PCA Players and Coaches of the Year -  will begin at approximately 12:15, right after the Majors Championship Game. The PCA player award winners have been selected by each team for the player that has best exemplified sportsmanship and the values of the league. The PCA coach award winners have been selected by the respective manager peers in each division using similar criteria. The league will also recognize the Hit-a-Thon winners and raffle prizes will be drawn.  Finally, the All Star teams will be announced for players in the minors and majors divisions.  Please come cheer on the players from the older divisions that have been recognized for their outstanding seasons.

 

After the awards ceremony, be sure to stick around and watch the Minors Championship Game and enjoy a terrific afternoon!


by posted 05/21/2018
Lost and Found

These items were found at Burgess field on Sunday, 5/6 about 8pm. Please email website@m-all.org to claim.


by posted 05/11/2018
M-A LL in Pictures

Please email website@m-all.org if you have pictures to share from Spring 2018.


by posted 04/18/2018
Opening Day 2018

Take Me Out To The Ball Game!

Menlo-Atherton Little League held our annual Opening Day Ceremony at Burgess Park on March 10, 2018, after rains led to a one week delay of the event originally scheduled for March 3.

In all, there are 480 players, 38 teams, 108 coaches, 75 youth umpires and countless volunteers involved this season. The event was hosted by Mike Haven, current league president, and was attended by hundreds of players, coaches, parents, grandparents, and family members. One of the league's coaches, David Brubacher, sang the national anthem. Cary Wiest, Atherton Mayor, and Peter Ohtaki, Menlo Park Mayor, threw out the first pitches. There was recognition of retiring coaches and 12-year-old players in their final season of Little League. 

Teams arrived wearing their fresh new uniforms in anticipation of their first game of the season.  All teams and sponsors were introduced on the field, followed by the traditional tunnel run for our Coach Pitch and T-Ball players.  The ceremony concluded with a resounding rendition of “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” sung by the entire crowd.

Sit back and get ready to enjoy a fun and exciting baseball season!


by posted 03/18/2018
New Bat Standard for 2018!

All bats must have this stamp.

 

When considering Little League baseball equipment for holiday gifts and in advance of the Spring season, please remember that a very important new rule is being implemented relative to eligible bats for Little League baseball nationwide. Effective January 1, 2018, only bats with a USABat stamp will be permitted in Little League practices and games above the T-ball level. All bats with the stamp - including "big barrel" bats - will be legal. Please take a close look at this picture and make sure you see the stamp on any new bat you purchase!

Menlo-Atherton Little League will not be supplying the new bats to players. There is a wide range of pricing for the new bats, and high quality bats can be purchased at affordable prices. Having a correctly sized bat is of paramount importance. Kids swinging bats which are too heavy is a much more common problem than kids swinging bats which are too light. Buying inexpensive bats and upgrading regularly is a better strategy than spending a lot and trying to get many years out of the same bat. Please keep this in mind when purchasing a new bat.

If you have any questions about the new bats, please contact us at Player_Development@m-all.org or Equipment@m-all.org.

 


by posted 11/12/2017
M-A Little League Boundary
Please check the Menlo-Atherton Little League boundary map or use the Little League Finder to determine residential or school location eligibility.  
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Schools within the M-A Little League boundary include: 
Encinal School; Alto School (formerly German-American School); Las Lomitas; Laurel School; Menlo-Atherton High School; Menlo School; Nativity; Peninsula School; Sacred Heart; and Willow Oaks 
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Burgess Majors - Menlo Park OPEN (5/25) 
Encinal - Atherton OPEN (5/25) 
Holbrook Palmer - Atherton OPEN (5/25) 
Las Lomitas - Atherton OPEN (5/25) 
Laurel - Menlo Park OPEN (5/25) 
Nealon Park - Menlo Park OPEN (5/25) 
Willow Oaks - Menlo Park OPEN (5/25) 
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