Easton Little League: Welcome

Welcome to the home of Easton Little League, located in Talbot County, Maryland

Welcome to Easton Little League 



Easton Little League is honored to host this year's 2015 Maryland State Little League (11-12 Boys) Tournament at North Easton Park from July 25-31! It is our goal to provide our visiting families with the most enjoyable stay possible during this week of championship baseball. Here are some helpful tips that we hope will prove useful to our district champions as they begin their preparations.


    The A. James Clark Sports Complex at North Easton Park                                   1078 North Washington Street, Easton, MD 21601

Click here for the official state tournament planning packet, which includes travel information, game schedules, tournament regulations and more.

Click here for the tournament activity guide provided by the Town of Easton
and Talbot County.

Click here for discounts and deals in Easton, Md., for players and families>


Q: Our team has received its information packet from our district administrator, but we still have additional questions. Who should we speak with?

A: For information about tournament rules and requirements, please contact Mr. Frankie Bennett, the District 6 Administrator and Tournament Director, at pfbennett@comcast.net. 

For information about area hotels, restaurants, tourist attractions and other amenities, please contact Ms. Rebecca Kennedy, our hospitality ambassador, at rebecca.kennedy@hyatt.com.

For other general questions, including field practice schedules and pregame festivities on Saturday, July 25, please contact Easton Little League President Len Foxwell at lenfoxwell@gmail.com


Q: We need to book a room or a block of rooms. Where should we start?  

A: The Easton Little League has made arrangements with several local hotels to secure discounted rates on room blocks for our visiting families. Please click the link below to access a listing of hotels. Note: It is highly recommended that you book your rooms early -- these rooms will book quickly. Click here for a list of participating hotels>


Q: Is lodging easily accessible, or is it a long drive from the ballpark
to reach our hotel?

A: Easton is very fortunate to have a wide selection of nationally recognized and affordably priced hotels less than five minutes from North Easton Park!


Q: I've heard that all players, managers and coaches will receive a free meal. How do we receive that meal?

A: The Washington Street Pub, which is one of downtown Easton's landmark restaurants, is the official restaurant of Easton Little League. It will be providing free meal vouchers to all players, coaches and managers. Those vouchers will be included in the tournament packet that teams receive prior to their first game. To check out the Pub's amazing menu, please visit washingtonstreetpub.com


Q: Where can I find information about all of the local businesses who are providing deals for players and families during tournament week?

A: The tournament packets that each team will receive prior to its first game will include a comprehensive list of discounts, coupons and other deals that will be available to our guests, and that can be redeemed directly at those participating establishments. In addition, a comprehensive list will be posted on this site before the end of this week.

We hope that each of you will have the chance to visit historic downtown Easton, which has been recognized as one of Maryland's most beautiful and livable small towns.  For more information, please visit www.discovereaston.com. For information about Talbot County's other beautiful and scenic communities, such as Oxford, Tilghman and St. Michaels, please visit tourtalbot.org



Dick's Sporting Goods has come on board as an official sponsor of Easton Little League! Look for Dick's new signs in the outfields of Butler and Anthony Fields. As you plan your trip to Easton, 




The Easton Little League congratulates Manager Lindsay Griffith-Mooney, Coaches Tom Wazniak and Chad Windsor, and our 9-10-year-old softball All-Stars for capturing the District 6 championship on Sunday, July 12! It was a hard-fought tournament in a highly competitive division, and we're proud of our girls for their hard work and determination. We wish them the best of luck as they move on to the state tournament in Delmar, MD, and know that they will represent our League, and our entire community, with great distinction!


Easton Little League to Host State All-Star Tournament

We are pleased to announce that Easton will host the 2015 Maryland State All-Star Little League baseball tournament this summer. The tournament is scheduled to begin on Saturday, July 25 at North Easton Park. 

“We are thrilled for this opportunity to host this prestigious tournament, showcase the most impressive athletic complex in the region, and to provide our guests with a sense of what makes Easton such a special place to live and visit,” said Len Foxwell, President of Easton Little League.

In all, seven District championship teams from throughout Maryland will participate in this tournament. The winner will go on to compete in the Mid-Atlantic Region Tournament, held in Bristol, Connecticut, and a chance to advance to the 2015 Little League World Series. 

 “This is a perfect chance to show the rest of the state what a gem we have here in Easton, both in terms of talent, community support and a quality ballpark experience,” said Easton Mayor Robert Willey. “We are also excited by the boost that this tournament will bring to our local hotels, restaurants, tourist attractions and other small businesses.”

A task force of local volunteers is being formed to work on logistics of coordinating the tournament, and interested residents are encouraged to volunteer their time in support of this effort.

“Talbot County is a wonderful place to visit, and we are honored that for several days this summer, it will also serve as the unofficial baseball capital of Maryland,” said Corey Pack, Talbot County Council President. “Even as players and families enjoy an exciting tournament at North Easton Park, we also hope they will venture out and experience just a few of the attractions that has made our county one of the most attractive tourist destinations on the eastern seaboard.”

For additional information about plans for the All-Star tournament, and how businesses and individuals can support this community-wide effort, please contact Len Foxwell at lenfoxwell@gmail.com.  

Thanks for your support!

The entire Easton Little League Board of Directors extends a heartfelt thank you to its generous community sponsors. This support allows us to invest in the player uniforms, equipment and game materials that are essential to a safe, enjoyable ballpark experience for our kids.  Contributions from our community partners help us maintain an affordable fee structure for our families while ensuring that no child is ever turned away for financial reasons. Their support serves as yet another reminder of what makes this community so special. We wish to thank our 2015 sponsors to date. They include the following businesses and organizations:


  • Maryland Broadband
  • Dick's Sporting Goods   
  • Merrill Lynch
  • Easton Lions                       
  • Star-Democrat                     
  • Easton Drywall          
  • Bay Capital Mortgage      
  • Easton Volunteer Fire Department  
  • Mid-Shore Community Foundation
  • Talbot Optimist Club
  • Easton Elks Lodge                                        
  • Washington Street Pub
  • C. Albert Matthews
  • Bee Green Land Company
  • Bartlett Tree Experts
  • Tri-Gas and Oil
  • Fink, Whitten and Associates
  • Dental Choice
  • Bramble Body Shop 
  • Jimmy John’s
  • Talbot Bank
  • Coldwell Banker Chesapeake Real Estate
  • Easton Utilities
  • Eastern Shore Title Company
  • M and S Services
  • The Orthopedic Center
  • Shore Home and Garden
  • Fellows Helfenbein & Newnam  Funeral Home
  • Len and Kerry Foxwell
  • Stepp Landscaping
  • Dairy Queen
  • AQUA Pools
  • Creative Corner
  • Eastern Shore Mosquito Squad
  • Jiffy Lube



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