Mays Landing Baseball/Softball: Welcome

Saturday, February 4
Welcome to the Mays Landing Athletic Association Web Page

e-mail with questions


The Mays Landing Athletic Association is holding registration for Baseball & Softball.  

The fundraiser will be a cash prize raffle with a total prize giveaway of $10,000.  

Online registration will be an option on the web site for a small surcharge by Babe Ruth Online,

in addition to the in person registration fee.

Team age cutoff date for Girls- Dec 31, 2011 / Boys date- April 30, 2012, NO EXCEPTIONS



        Registration fees in addition to $50 raffle fee


  • T-Ball Boys/Girls, age 5-6 & Coach Pitch Boys, age 7-8 = $25 
  • Girl’s 8U Softball team, Light travel, age 5-8 = $25
  • Minor Boys, age 9-10 = $45 / Major Boys, age 11-12  50$50, Paid umps 
  • Babe Ruth Boys, age 13-15 = $70, Paid umps, A-Shore Travel League
  • Girl’s Softball ages 9-18 = $65, Paid umps, Travel league
  • Discount of $5 per child for 2 or more siblings from the same family  
  • All in person sign-ups will be in the Atlantic County Library, Mays Landing, except Sat, Feb 25.
  • The Feb 25 date will be at *Sports Authority-Hamilton Commons, 11a-1p & also 6p-8p. 





 Atlantic County Library, Mays Landing

  • Saturday, February 11           11a-1p
  • Saturday, February 18           1p-3p
  • Thursday, February 16           6:30-8p
  • Wednesday, February 22      6:30-8p









Sports Authority, Mays Landing



  • Saturday, February 25             11a-1p  &  6p-8p




All players will receive 20% off total purchase all day in store Saturday 2/25 & Sunday 2/26.

Coupons available at all sign ups.



  • Raffle: The upfront fee due at sign ups is $50 in addition to the above registration fees.
  • The fundraiser is a calendar raffle, with each player selling ten $5 tickets to win forty separate $250 prizes.
  • Tickets may win more than once. If a family has 3 children in the program, the 3rd fundraiser fee is waived.
  • Web site for info & online registration ~
  • E-mail questions ~ or call 609-442-6083
  • Bats with composite barrels are banned this year, details on website
  • Community Day Training with Oakcrest Baseball on Sat. 3/17
  • Oakcrest Softball will also hold a Community Day, time & date to be announced web site.

Monday, July 27

The Mays Landing Athletic Association will be holding registration for fall baseball on the following dates at the Atlantic County Special Services baseball field-

Sign-up Dates@ ACSS

August 8 10AM-Noon
August 11   6-8 pm

To get to ACSS, head toward Hess School on Babcock Road. If you turn onto Babcock Road from Somers Point-Mays Landing Road, then just past the gymnastics building on the left and just before you arrive at Hess will be Nawaka Blvd. Turn left onto Nawaka Blvd and take it all the way back to the school. Go around to the back of the school and you will see the baseball field.

If you turn onto Babcock from Route 40, take Babcock down past Atlantic Avenue to Nawaka (just past Hess on right). Turn right onto Nawaka Blvd, take it all the way back to the school, and then proceed to the back of the school.
Boys ages 9-13 are invited to register. For more information, please e-mail the MLAA at or call 625-5418. Coaches are needed.

Friday, July 10
MLAA Tournament Schedule and Results 2009

MLAA Tournament Champions

12's Mays Landing

11's  Upper Township

10's Egg Harbor Township

9's  Egg Harbor Township

8's  Galloway Township


MLAA Tournament Runners-Up

12's Galloway Township

11's  Galloway Township

10's Mays Landing

9's   Margate

8's   Mays Landing


Thanks to all teams who participated in our tournament!

Saturday, January 19
Babe Ruth/Cal Ripken League Coaching Education Center

Attention all prospective boys' baseball coaches in Minors, Majors, and Babe Ruth.

A new rule has been passed by Cal Ripken/Babe Ruth baseball that states that all coaches must have passed an online coaches certification course in order to be eligible to coach in the 2008 season and beyond. Please click on the link above for more information. The MLAA baseball committee will be enforcing this rule starting with the 2009 season. No coach will be permitted on the field without having gone through this course. All managers and assistants must be certified through Cal Ripken/Babe Ruth-even if you are already certified with Rutgers.