Mt. Angel Area Little League Baseball & Softball: Welcome

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 Mt. Angel Area Little League

PO Box 619, Mt. Angel, OR 97362

Business phone line:  (503) 845-9590

Email:  mtangel_littleleague@yahoo.com 

Being 100% Volunteer means we need YOU and folks like you to step up and be involved wherever possible.  YOU may be just the right individual to step up and help us in the growth and development of our League! 

Teams are being formed and
managers are being assigned teams.

You will be getting calls from
your managers the beginning of March

2014 EVALUATIONS

Place: John F Kennedy High School batting cages.

When: March 1, 2014.  (2:00 p.m. for baseball, 4:00p.m. for softball)

ALL PLAYERS INTERESTED OR ELIGIBLE FOR AAA OR Majors DIVISIONS MUST COME TO THE  EVALUATIONS. 

Registration Dates will be:

January 25, 2014 9:00 - 11:00 a.m.

January 39, 2014 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

February 8, 2014 9:00 - 11:00 a.m.

February 13, 2014 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

Sign-ups will be conducted at the High School Batting Cages.

Little League Costs:

T-Ball - $50

AA and above - $80

Family max registration costs will not exceed $150

                                    Questions?, email us at mtangel_littleleague@yahoo.com

We are one of ELEVEN Little Leagues within "Oregon District 7"

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For any additional information, call us at 503 845 9590 or Click here to E-mail us with any additional questions


"50 years from now, it won't matter who hit a home run, struck out or caught a fly ball in a Little League game, but the world WILL be a better place because YOU took the time to make a difference in the life of ONE CHILD ... your own or someone else's."


MAALL provides programs for Coed Tee-Ball, Coed-Baseball and Girls' Softball.  The Baseball and Girls' Softball divisions are divided into "Coach Pitch Minors," "Player Pitch Minors," and "Majors".  All applicants are assigned to teams and, for players ages 9 and up, we use an evaluation process to help us best determine where the child should be placed for their development and balancing of skill across teams for the upcoming season.  Tee-Ball generally serves kids ages 5-7; Minors generally serves kids ages 7-11; Majors generally serves kids ages 9-12!

To participate in MAALL, kids must legally reside within the boundaries of the league and must meet the "league age" requirements (including, for FIRST TIME registrants, showing an original or certified copy of a government-issued birth certificate). 

FOR CO-ED TEE-BALL & BASEBALL - "Playing Age" determined by child’s actual age as of April 30th of the current playing year.

FOR GIRLS’ SOFTBALL - "Playing Age" determined by child’s actual age as of December 31 immediately prior to registrations!

FOR CHALLENGER DIVISION® (co-ed, "physically and/or mentally challenged youth") – "adapted" baseball for youth with a myriad of 'challenges,' may play thru age 21 or "graduation" from high school program. ("Playing Age" determined by child’s actual age on April 30th of the current playing year). (Please see www.d7challengers.com for more information on this "Bridge Between Observation and Participation" for area youth.)

Boundaries of the league currently include the Mt. Angel, Gervais, and Woodburn School Districts and nearly all of the Silver Falls School District.  (The boundaries of schools closer in proximaty to Parrish or Pioneer Little Leagues are now aligned with those leagues.  Examples SFSD Schools served by our league:  Butte Creek, Monitor, Scotts Mills, Mark Twain, Robert Frost, Eugene Field, Victor Point, Silvercrest ... More specific information can be learned by contacting our District Administrator.)

Little League Child Protection Program® the only youth program that not only mandates background/sex offender registry checks on managers, coaches, and other key volunteers, but also provides leagues with discounted access to the nation-wide "ChoicePoint" database – including a 125 ‘free’ checks per chartered league.  Because of recent agreements between Little League International and Choice Point, additional checks (above 125) are charged a nominal fee of only $1 per check.  

Across Little League, there is a major focus on Safety with PitchCount Regulations for all levels of Baseball, "A Safety Awareness Program" and the Little League Manager/Coach Education Program

A safe, fun, wholesome combination of instructional, recreational, and competitive ball. Using "evaluations," teams are "as equal" as possible for a fun yet growing opportunity throughout the season. Higher-skilled players (ages 9 & up) have the opportunity to be selected for participation in "post-season" Little League® International Tournament play.

The Post-season tournaments may include Baseball and/or Girls' Softball teams for league ages 9-10, 10-11, 11-12.  Teams for 9-10 and 10-11 yr olds, with a win at the "District" level, have the opportunity to advance to State Tournament.  Teams ages 11-12 and up are eligible, based on a continuing winning record, to advance beyond 'state tournaments' to regionals, and Little League World Series ... now televised on ESPN!

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