As everyone knows, youth sports are much different today than it was when we were growing up.In Anderson Township you have many options for baseball and that’s why it has been the mission of Anderson Township Little League to provide the best quality experience available to our community.Our goal is to provide a fun and competitive environment for the approximately 1,000 players who come through our league each year.We are the only baseball option in the area who work diligently to provide balanced, competitive teams throughout our many divisions while at the same time giving players the opportunity to play and learn the game of baseball with their friends.We do not allow managers to build powerhouse teams over the years but happily allow core groups of players to stay together from year to year.ATLL also offers a wide range of options for your players’ ability level from tee ball, coach pitch, half kid pitch – half coach pitch, and multiple levels of full kid pitch from ages 9 through 16.We offer the Aces program for the best of the best at every age and the Kings program for those players looking to take their game to the next level.These enhanced baseball programs are constantly evolving as we try to find the best fit for our players who have chosen to participate.Don’t burn your kid out on baseball by playing 50 to 70 games per year, don’t throw thousands of dollars away to a program that just wants your money to fund their elite athletes, don’t put your player in a position where they’re losing or winning every game by 20 runs, don’t put them on a team where the only goal is to win, where they get screamed at if they make a mistake, where they’ll ride the bench if they’re not good enough.Choose a program where teamwork, player development, and fun are what drive the managers to donate their time.Play Anderson Township Little League and give them the same opportunity for fun, competitive baseball that you had as a kid.
It is ATLL tournament time and congratulations to the teams that have already won their first round games. Good luck to those teams that have yet to play their first tournament games and to all the teams during the rest of the tournaments. Here are the tournament brackets and if your team doesn't win their season continues in pool play. Please check your teams schedule for the day, time and field location for their tournament game or pool play game.
Important: Easton Ghost X 30/20 5/8 Decertified for Use
Below is information that was received about a bat that is no longer able to be used in Little League games. If you have a player that has this bat please use the links below for more information.
Dear Little League Parents and Volunteers,
On Thursday, May 3, USA Baseball informed youth organizations, including Little League, that effective immediately, the bat identified as the Easton Ghost X YBB18GX10 30/20 2 5/8" (or the "Easton Ghost X 30/20 5/8" at retail) has been decertified by USA Baseball and is no longer an approved bat under the USABat Standard. This applies to the 30-inch drop 10 variation of the Easton Ghost X only. Pursuant to Rule 1.10, this is now an illegal bat. At the time of this decertification notice, all other lengths and drops of the Easton Ghost X bat remain approved for play.
All parents, coaches, and umpires must check their bats and remove these bats from play if they are in possession of these bats.
Any questions regarding returns, refunds, or warranty claims for the Easton Ghost X 30/20 should be directed to Easton at
. Any questions regarding this decertification may be directed to USA Baseball at
Mercy Health one of the sponsors of Anderson Township Little League has provided the following newsletter which has information around hamstring injuries, preventing shoulder injuries, differences between sprains and strains and other information.