Palm Harbor Little League: Welcome

-Team Pictures March 25th(Check back soon for you team's time)
-Day at the Trop Blue Jays vs. Rays April 9th
-Volunteer Apprecitation day with The Threshers May 13th

The League is still needing Managers for Tee Ball, Coach Pitch, AA Baseball,
Juniors Baseball and Seniors Baseball.  The teams in these Divisions cannot be put together
until Managers are identified and approved.        
Please email Sean Tipton at or EJ Kelter at 
to volunteer for one of these important positions.
The Juniors' Division is also needing at least 2 more players to get teams formed,
please spread the word!!!!
The Spring District Umpire Clinic will be held at Countryside Little League
on Sunday, February 12 at 1:00 pm.
This is open to all managers and coaches and all potential umpires volunteers.
This is required if you are an Umpire and want to be evaluated for District staff numbers.




 Bats, Bats and Bats!

Little League has new Bat Standards for Baseball that will be coming into effect for the 2018 Season.  I have attached some info regarding those standards as we feel there will be many great deals on bats that will not be allowed for the 2018 season!!!!

2018 LL Bat Standards



We need volunteers to Manage Teams and we need Volunteer Umpires for all Softball Divisions and for AAA Baseball and above. Please email  if you are interested in Managing a Team this Spring Season or Umpiring for your player's team or training to become a staff Umpire.

                                                  Don't miss out, get your player registered today! 




Palm Harbor Little League is a 100% volunteer run organization. The League depends upon the involvement of all parents in all aspects of the operation. Your support of your child and the positive reinforcement you provide to them throughout the season is your number one responsibility! Your commitment to the League as a Volunteer plays a crucial role in helping PHLL thrive and continue to provide the players with the opportunity to play ball! The Board Members, the Managers, the Coaches and the Umpires are all Volunteers. They do not receive any discounts or monetary compensations for their participation and involvement in the League. We need more Volunteers to step up and Umpire, Manage, Coach and simply get involved for our league to be successful and to make a positive impact on our Player’ s Lives! 

Attention Team Umpire Volunteers! 
When you volunteer as your Team's Umpire for the Spring Season for all Softball Divisions and Baseball's AAA and Majors Divisions, you will receive this Umpire Starter Kit.  We need YOU and we are showing our commitment to you and our players!  Register today and plan on attending our Umpire Clinic on 
Sunday, January 8th at 11:00 AM on Field #2 at Sunderman. 
Again, we need YOU! 




For 75 years, parents have been the driving force of Little League®.  Without dedicated parents, guardians, and family members, there’s no way Little League could provide the fun competition, and opportunity to build life-long friendships to over 2.4 million kids in 83 countries.
So, as we celebrate Little League Baseball's 75th Anniversary,
we’d like to thank all of our parents for their commitment their local leagues. 
 There are many roles parents play at the local level.  Of course, their main responsibility is supporting their child, and providing them with positive reinforcement throughout the season.  However, parents’ responsibilities extend far beyond their own children.  Parents play a crucial role in maintaining, and growing local Little Leagues. If you would like to volunteer, please fill out one of the forms below. Thank you from PHLL! 
We are still looking for Volunteers and Umpires for Baseball and Softball!

Please reach out to us!  

                 2017 VOLUNTEER FORM                   

AMP Pro Training and their developmental staff was at Sunderman field 
on Saturday September 24th to begin our league training program.
We had an amazing turnout. We would like to thank Addison and David for coming down and showing us some great drills and giving us great advice. They will be coming down to individual practices throughut the season to help our coaches further develop our league.

"One of the best attended and engaging coaches clinic we have ever done,
Very impressed with the organization and level of coaches at the league.
We can't wait to begin the practices!" -Addison Maruszak AMP Pro Training



Fall season is about to begin and we have some exciting news:

We have partnered with AMP Pro Training and their developmental program for our league coaches and players. Professional players, coaches, and front office members of your favorite MLB Organizations will be carrying out the program. More to come as the season gets closer!

Make sure you follow them!
  AMP Pro Training



Tap into the economic power of hundreds of families who make up Palm Harbor Little League.

The participation of businesses and individuals in our Sponsorship programs assists the league in providing uniforms and equipment for our players and to fund special projects. In turn, PHLL provides you or your business with a valuable advertising opportunity that shows support of our community.





                                                  RAINOUT HOTLINE

    Rainout information is available on the rainout tab from the CSA Palm Harbor website:


                                                        CSA RAINOUT LINE




All players must have a medical release handed in before the start of every season. 
Please download the form below and return it to your coach.