Mid-City Little League of San Diego, California: Welcome

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Mid-City Little League - Serving Kensington, Normal Heights and University Heights since 1949.

The first game of the season!

Welcome to Mid-City Little League!  San Diego's oldest Little League - serving kids and community since 1949! 

Mid-City Little League is singularly committed to the development of character and sportsmanship.  By providing the area's youth with a safe, healthy, and accepting environment in which to learn the fundamentals of baseball, Mid-City Little League instills values that promote citizenship and community responsibility.  Toward this end, Mid-City Little League attracts dedicated volunteers who serve as role models and embrace the opportunity to teach life lessons through baseball.  Mid-City Little League is, and always will be, a volunteer-operated, non-profit institution in which a diverse community comes together to offer its children an opportunity for fun and learning, not just about the great game of baseball, but about what a community can accomplish together. 

Become a Mid-City Little League Volunteer: 

Mid-City Little League is run solely by volunteers: parents, family members and community citizens who care about baseball, family values, our local community and most of all, the kids.

Volunteers are welcomed at ALL levels of involvement - nothing is too much or too little. We would love to hear your ideas on how to improve the kids' baseball experience.

No experience is necessary, just a willingness to make the best possible Little League experience for the kids. Just a few hours a month can make a world of difference.

If you have any questions, please e-mail us at midcitylittleleague@gmail.com.

For more information on Little League Baseball, please click the District 33 link: 
District 33 Link


2011 District and Section 6 Champs with Mayor Sanders & Padres' Jeff Moorad

Friday, November 21
Pitch Smart Program Launched - Stuff You Need to Know to Keep a Young Arm Heathy

The new Pitch Smart program has been launched to keep young pitching arms healthy.  Its the stuff you need to know to make sure your child has the stuff long into the future!

Click on the link to read about Pitch Smart and learn about how to keep your Little Leaguer pitching smart! 

Wednesday, November 19
Little League International Issues Age Determination Information

Under a new policy, any player born on or after January 1, 2006 who will turn the ages of 4-9 during the 2015 calendar year will be eligible to participate in a local Little League program and will use the new age determination date of December 31 for the remainder of their Little League Baseball career.  Players born prior to January 1, 2006 will continue to utilize the current age determination date of April 30 for the remainder of their Little League career.

Tuesday, June 4
Looking Good, Alumns!

We here at Mid City like to keep track of our players who have grown up and no longer play for Mid City.  That's why we were especially pleased when a confidential source sent this prom photo to us.  They're hard to recognize without baseball caps and dirt on their clothes, but that's Levi Lawson, Kaili Anderson and Nicholas Kelly on Prom Night.  Well done, Mid City Alumni!

Monday, April 22
Mid City Little League Alumnus Hits Big at Petco

Former Mid City Little League player Levi Lawson pinched hit for a single and the game winning RBI for Patrick Henry High School baseball team's victory over Scripps Ranch.  Not only was the game played at Petco Park, but Levi was featured in a U-T San Diego article.  Check out the article by clicking on the heading to this post.

 Way to go, Levi! 

Wednesday, May 1
Mid City Alums Daniel Arellano and Quincey Burnell Deliver for Kearny High!

Burnishing those skills from their days on the Mid City diamond, league alumni Daniel Arellano and Quincey Burnell help make Kearny High's baseball season a resounding success!  Check out the article about them in the U-T by clicking on the link above.  Well done, gentlemen!

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