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Meet Our Commissioners

At Arlington Little League, we have a commissioner for each level of play. Contact your commissioner with questions, concerns or compliments regarding your division.

We asked the commissioners to tell us a little bit about themselves and their involvement with ALL. Please meet these dedicated ladies and gentlemen!

 Junior Tee Ball Commissioner Chris Mooshian


  Tee Ball Commissioner Sal Fazio


 Rookies Commissioner Seth Robbins
email: @arlingtonlittleleague.org 


 "A" Commissioner Casey Mason
email: @arlingtonlittleleague.org

 AA Commissioner Jason Rizzo
email: @arlingtonlittleleague.org

Your day job
I'm in sales

Fun fact about you
My family enjoys going to many Nationals games each season.  Our seats this season are behind the Nat's dugout.

Your favorite baseball memory
As a player: Winning the Vienna (VA) Little League Championship in 1987. 
As an adult: Seeing Jayson Werth's walk-off HR in Game 4 of the 2012 NLDS live and in-person.

Best piece of baseball parent advice
Make sure the younger players have fun - don't over-coach them, and they'll learn to love the game as much as you do.

How long have you been with ALL?
I started coaching my son JD's tee ball team in Fall of 2013 and have been a commissioner since Spring of 2014.

Why volunteering for ALL rocks?
Three things: It's a chance to give back to an organization that provided so many of my best memories as a youth, to help kids learn to love the greatest game on earth, and to meet new people!

AAA Commissioner Joe Mazel
Majors Commissioner Wes Bringham


50/70 Commissioner Renee Myers

Challengers Commissioner John Makara

This is my sixth year with the Arlington Little League, Challenger Division, three years as a parent, and three years as a parent/Commissioner. The wonderful part of being the Commissioner for the Challengers is the fun of working with a lot of the same players year after year, getting to know the parents, and going on field trips with our "family" team.

My favorite baseball memory is being at the 2012 NLDS Game when Jayson Werth hit a walk-off home run. I never heard the stadium rock so loud!