Thank you for signing up for the 2022 Spring Baseball Season! We had a very large turnout this year.
You have signed up and have completed Walk-in Verification, so what happened next? Next, you will hear from your team manager with the practice schedule and information related to your team. You will be contacted by your manager on January 29th/30th.
What is happening behind the scenes? Our volunteer Lower and Upper Player Agents are currently assessing division placement for the players. the volunteer coach coordinator is working hard to find coaches and managers for all of the teams needed in each division, and our volunteer Purchasing / Equipment Manager is ordering uniforms.
Sign up to manage a team!
We are short one manager for a Minor A team and one manager for an Intermediate team. Please reach out if you are interested in taking a team.
Little League Baseball is a volunteer organization. Getting involved by coaching or managing a little league baseball team is a rewarding experience, please step up and help us make this another successful season!
Please contact our Coach Coordinator, Mark Martinetti
If you or someone you know is in a crunch and needs gear for the season, Alpine American Little League has been awarded the Dick’s Sporting Goods Foundation - Sports Matter Equipment Grant!
This grant awards AALL with 10 equipment kits to distribute to families in need of a little extra help to make sure their baseball player has the equipment they need for a safe and successful little league season.
Each kit includes:
• Baseball glove & ball
• Batting helmet
• Pair of batting gloves
• Cinch bag
Please contact us @ alpineamericanlittleleague.com or your coach.
Last year, Alpine American Little League President Kellie Wise has been leading the charge to improve our ballfields. In creating a partnership with Alpine AYSO, major upgrades are being made.
⦁ Overhaul irrigation to ensure it is properly working and watering all the areas.
⦁ Laser leveling (evening out all the hills and valleys) all areas from the baseball diamonds all the way out to the areas soccer uses for fields.
⦁ Spreading topsoil with seed to help the grass come back nice and lush.
⦁ New dirt for the baseball infields
In addition to these repairs, Alpine Union School District is fixing the drainage on the Creekside fields to help with runoff during the rainy season.
Little League Pledge
I trust in God.
I love my country and will respect its laws.
I will play fair and strive to win,
but win or lose I will always do my best.
I will teach all children to play fair and do their best.
I will positively support all managers, coaches and players.
I will respect the decisions of the umpires.
I will praise a good effort despite the outcome of the game.