It’s time for Fall Ball registration! Fall Ball is for all players who will be between 9 and 13 (baseball age) for the Spring 2015 season. To register, click on the link at the top of this page. Returning players should use their prior season M-ALL log-in information to register.
M-ALL will be offering three Fall Ball Divisions:
AAA – primarily for returning AAA players and players incoming to AAA from AA.
Majors – primarily for returning Majors players and older/more experienced AAA players.
50/70 Intermediate – for players who will be baseball age 13 in Spring 2015.
The registration fee for all three divisions is $150.
Fall Ball is low key and developmental. Game scores and win/loss records are not kept. There are no playoffs or trophies associated with the season.
The Fall Ball season will be from Sept 6 to Nov 8 with the first week being a practice-only week, followed by 9 weeks of 1 practice (weekday afternoon) + 1 game (Sunday) per week. It is understood that baseball may be a secondary activity to other Fall sports such as soccer. Our intent is that all practices and games for the AAA and Majors divisions will be held at Burgess. The 50/70 division will likely practice at Nealon Park.
Please direct any specific questions to the
. We look forward to seeing you on the field in September!
On Saturday June 7th we will be celebrating M-ALL’s 2014 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 of their arms and get the coaches wet. Good news for the coaches, the forecast calls for a high of 86’. Make sure to check out the dunk tank schedule for your team’s time slot.
Make sure to tell all little leaguers to wear their hat and jersey to pick up a free hot dog, chips and drink.
The awards ceremony will begin at noon where the league will honor the PCA (Positive Coaching Alliance) players and coaches of the year. The PCA player award winners have been selected by each team for the player that has best exemplified sportsmanship and the PCA coach award winners have been selected by the respective manager peers in each league. In addition to the PCA award winners, the league will recognize the Hit-a-thon winners and raffle prizes will be drawn..
After the awards ceremony, be sure to stick around and watch the Triple A championship game and enjoy a terrific afternoon.
M-ALL Hit-a-Thon and Home Run Derby a Smashing Success!
On Sunday May 18th Menlo-Atherton Little League held our annual Hit-a-Thon and Home Run Derby at Burgess Park. Players across all divisions showed up at Burgess throughout the day to swing their bats and raise money for the league. All funds raised for the event are going towards increased investments in player and coach development clinics, field equipment to ensure our fields are properly maintained and to provide a safe environment for players and coaches, increased city field usage fees and more scholarships to make sure a positive baseball experience is available to everyone in our community.
Final results are still being calculated, but we’re currently on track to exceed our fundraising goal! We will be announcing the various team and individual prize winners shortly, so please come back and check out the website. Raffle drawings will be selected at Player Appreciation Day on June 7th.