Little League Baseball organization serving Menlo Park, CA and Atherton CA. Volunteer run organization. Majors, Triple A (AAA), Double A (AA), Single A, T-Ball, Coach Pitch and Challenger Divisions.

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Hit-a-Thon & Home Run Derby 5/15/16


On Sunday May 15th we will be conducting our Hit-a-Thon and Home Run Derby at Burgess Park.  Last year we set records in participation, donations, and fun and we’re hoping to do so again in 2016!  The snack shack will be open, music will be playing, and we will end the day with baseballs flying out of the ballpark in the 12 year old HR Derby.  The younger players love it…so save the date!

The Hit-a-Thon is our only annual fundraiser. The event funds a substantial portion of our operating budget, and contributes to the positive youth sports experience and strong community building that our league provides.  Funds generated go towards areas such as: 

  • Player and coach development
  • Field equipment to ensure our fields are properly maintained and safe
  • City field usage and maintenance fees (not only do we pay to use our fields, but we also supplement their maintenance to provide above average playing conditions)
  • Scholarships to ensure a positive baseball experience for everyone in our community

by posted 05/02/2016
Photo Make-Up Day Info



Make-up Day is scheduled for Sunday, May 22, 2016. 


If you missed Photo Day and have not yet signed up for Make-up Day, please select appropriate link below:


ENTIRE TEAM (sign-up includes all individual, buddy, and coach/player photos)


INDIVIDUAL, BUDDY, OR COACH/PLAYER (if you missed your team’s photo appt)


Teams will be assigned a photo time, just like Photo Day, and individual players will be given a timeframe which they may attend as “walk-ups”. Target release date of Make-up Day schedule is 1-2 weeks beforehand – thanks in advance for your patience!

by posted 05/02/2016
Spotlight on Our Umpires
(Above pictures are from the classroom and field training sessions held at the end of February.)
Menlo-Atherton Little League’s umpires are a group of 12 adult umpires and 64 youth umpires. These umpires have gone through a 3 hour classroom training and a 3 hour field training session led by Youth Umpires of America. Many of our youth umpires are former Menlo-Atherton Little League players.
Umpires are some of the most important members of our program. The umpire’s word is final on all judgment calls. As a player/parent/spectactor, please respect the umpire’s calls. If you have any questions regarding umpires, please email  ; we appreciate your input and feedback.

by posted 03/22/2016
Our League's New Tractor

Thanks to funds raised through our league's annual Hit-a-Thon, we were able to purchase a new tractor to maintain our little league fields! This tractor is located at Homer Field at Willie Mays Ballpark and will be used to maintain all our fields. Thank you to all Hit-a-Thon participants and contributors for helping to deliver better playing fields for our little league players.

by posted 09/17/2015

PCA Sportsmanship Award Winners and Majors/Minors/AAA Division Champions

On Player Appreciation Day held on June 6th, during a ceremony held near the Burgess Field pitcher's mound between the Majors and Minors championship games, 46 players and 6 coaches were recognized for their exemplary deportment as Sportsmanship award recipients for the 2015 M-ALL Spring season. M-ALL is partnered with the Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA) and strives to teach its youth participants important life skills, one of which is sportsmanship. The players recognized by their coaches and the coaches recognized by their peers demonstrated leadership on the field and in the dugout by consistently honoring the game and respecting their teammates, coaches, opponents, and umpires. Congratulations to these fine role models! (a full list is available in the PCA/Sportsmanship section).

Majors, Minors and AAA Championship games were played on Saturday, June 6th and Sunday, June 7th after 2 weeks of playoff games in these three divisions. Congratulations to Sharon Heights Shell (Majors), Sea Dogs (Minors) and Redwings (AAA) for winning their division playoff games. Sharon Heights Shell and the Sea Dogs teams will play the champions of their respective divisions from the Alpine West Little League for the City Championship on Saturday, June 13th at Ford Field in Portola Valley.

by posted 06/11/2015
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