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Arlington Little League Day at Marymount University
by posted 04/17/2018


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Get Your NATs Tickets Today
by posted 04/17/2018

For Nationals' Youth Day, we have reserved a number of tickets for the National’s May 20th game against the Dodgers. Game time is 1:35. Tickets are $13 – $31. 

We will enjoy an on-field parade prior to the game and kids 12 & under are invited to run the bases following the game. The first 1,000 kids in their Little League jerseys will receive a pair of Nationals Socks and a set of Nationals Eyeblack stickers, courtesy of Inova Children's Hospital.

Tickets must be purchased by May 17th!  Team parents are encouraged to coordinate ticket sales for their teams so they can sit together.  

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Opening Day was a BIG Hit!
by Master Admin posted 04/09/2018

Thank you to everyone who participated!  Our 2018 Spring season is underway!

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Where Would We Be Without Our Volunteers? Thanks for ALL You Do!
by Master Admin posted 02/22/2018

Organizing and operating a sports program is a big undertaking. The Arlington Little League Board of Directors wants to thank every volunteer for the time and energy they put into making ALL the best place in Arlington to play baseball!

ALL is only as strong as our volunteers.  Some volunteer activities are very visible while many go unnoticed.  Some activities are tremendous time commitments while others require only a couple of hours.  Some activities require specific knowledge and skills while others require nothing but a willingness to pitch in.  But, all of our volunteers make this league work.


The Little League Parent/Volunteer Pledge

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 decision of the umpires

I will praise a good effort despite the outcome of the game


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NEW in 2018...the ALL Team Parent
by Master Admin posted 01/22/2018

NEW in 2018...the ALL Team Parent
We're looking for enthusiastic parents who are interested in helping...perhaps you have a flare for communication or a knack for organizing, the duties are pretty simple.
  • Team roster – Once the team is formed, create a roster of players with player jersey numbers & parent information (email/phone number).
  • Weekly email - Obtain each parent’s email address and send out a “Hey I’m Team Parent” email; Keep parents informed of practice/game schedules, inclement weather information, and Opening Day/Picture Day/Fundraising news.
  • Liaison between parents and coaches – Check with coach(es) regarding information they would like in your weekly email to parents.
  • Liaison between parents and League – If there are issues or concerns, please email Jenny Hilscher; Conversely, the League will give you information for parents.
  • Encourage sportsmanship – players and parents occasionally need reminding of this
  • Attend meetings – there won’t be likely more than one or two of these in a season. Please attend or have someone attend if you are unable.


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