We serve the Annandale, Alexandria, and Falls Church communities in Virginia by providing opportunities to learn and play little league teeball and baseball for boys and girls ages 4-12.

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2021 FALL

Registration is CLOSED!


Hope to see new and existing members in Spring 2022.


When are games and practices?
All teams play games on Saturdays. AAA, AA, A and T-ball are typically in the mornings or early afternoon. Majors and AAA teams also play games during the week. There is typically only one weeknight game and the night varies depending on field availability. If games have been cancelled due to weather, we will try to schedule makeup games during the week as well. Weeknight games typically start at 6:15 pm.

Majors, AAA, and AA may have two practices a week depending on the game schedule. Single A and T-ball typically have only one weeknight practice. Please see our League Structure and Levels of Play for more information,
Often, Majors and AAA Teams also participate in Interleague play with Little Leagues from Falls Church, Herndon/Reston, or Annandale/North Springfield. These games can involve extra weeknights and travel to another league's fields.
By Little League Rules, players in Majors and AAA must play a minimum number of games during the season in order to be eligible for selection for All Stars at the end of the season. Consequently, on very rare occasions, double-header may be scheduled on a Saturday in order to meet minimum play requirements.

Where are games and practices?
All practices are in and around the MDLL boundaries.
Games for T-ball, A and AA Divisions are in and around the MDLL boundaries. Typically, practices and games are played at the same field by division.

Majors and AAA games are typically at Pudge Rodriquez Field at Mason District Park or Parklawn Park.

PLEASE NOTE: Majors and AAA play some games against other area Little Leagues so occasional local travel is required.

How much time should I anticipate my player devoting to baseball each week?
The number of practices can vary depending on coaches and division; typically each team will play 2 games each week and practice 1-2 times per week at the AAA and Majors level. Lower levels will typically have 2 to 3 baseball games/practices per week.

Are tryouts mandatory?
In the Fall, there is no Player Assessment session. See Skills Assessment and Draft Eligibility for more information.

What equipment does my player need?
All players should have a glove. Players at the A level and above will need a protective cup. Baseball cleats are optional but encouraged. The league provides all other equipment. Players are welcome to provide their own bat, catcher's equipment, etc., however all such equipment must be inspected by the Manager and must conform to Little League standards. Uniform jerseys are also provided for each player in all divisions. Baseball pants are provided to T-ball and Single A players. All other divisions need to provide their own baseball pants; typically, gray.

My child wants to have his own bat, is there a list of approved Little League bats?
Little League International has assembled an online resource page dedicated to baseball bat information. Click HERE to find the latest bat information, including the current Little League Baseball rules and regulations governing bats, definition of terms, the moratorium on the use of composite bats, and a series of frequently asked questions, with answers and licensed bat lists. Generally, all bats must conform to the USA Bat standard, complete with a USABat label.

Is there a Little League post season?


How do I volunteer?

YES! Thank you for considering volunteering. Mason District Little League is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization. We are always looking for individuals who are willing to lend a hand. Please contact our League Volunteer Coordinator, Sujeeta Bhatt if you are interested in helping. She can be reached via e-mail at secretary@mdll.org. Volunteers who will have contact with children must complete the LLB volunteer application form found under the Documents menu and must undergo a basic background security check.


Sammy Solis and Screech with Benji Loeffler after first pitchBenji Loeffler throws Ceremonial First PitchMDLL's Tyler Foti, Jack Cooke, Blake Brown, Finn Sample, AJ Tovares and Garrett Musick stand on field for National Anthem