Alpine / West Menlo Little League has served the families of Menlo Park, Woodside, and Portola Valley for more than a half-century. Our mission is to be an outstanding community organization that creates a culture where kids of all abilities love playing

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Registration for the 2018 spring season now open

Registration for the 2018 spring season now open.

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by posted 11/15/2017
Team Draft & Try Outs
 Alpine Tryouts 
AA,AAA & Majors
T-ball and coach pitch players do not need to try out.
 
Tryouts will be held at Woodside School 3195 Woodside Road  WoodsideCA 94062


Saturday, January 20th and Sunday, January 21st

Please arrive at 30 minutes prior to your scheduled time to warm up.

Player Evaluations for the 2017 Spring Little League Season will be held on Saturday and Sunday at Woodside School 3195 Woodside Road • Woodside, CA 94062. All players signed up for Little League Divisions AA, AAA & Majors are required to attend. Please note that due to the re-draft, all players who played Majors last season are also required to attend!

Players should wear appropriate baseball attire (baseball pants or sweats, loose fitting jersey, baseball rubber cleats, cap, baseball glove, and personal helmet and bat. 

 

by posted 01/01/2017
Mission Statement

Alpine / West Menlo Little League has served the families of Menlo Park, Woodside, and Portola Valley for more than a half-century. Our mission is to be an outstanding community organization that creates a culture where kids of all abilities love playing the game of baseball. Essential to that culture is a commitment from all involved (players, coaches, parents, board members, officials, and fans) to cherish and respect the special role that youth sports play in the development of our children.

Our goals are:

  • To help players develop baseball skills and a greater understanding of the game,
  • To instill a respect for the traditions of the game and all who are involved,
  • To teach the value of individual responsibility, teamwork, and sportsmanship,
  • To foster an environment of healthy athletic competition.

We honor the true definition of competition by seeking to inspire and enable our kids to achieve excellence in the sport of baseball and in life - to improve each day, to encourage teammates and fellow competitors to do the same, and to enjoy the camaraderie that comes from the pursuit of common goals and the achievement of athletic excellence


posted 11/22/2013
Field Status
Barkley Field - Woodside OPEN (11/23) 
Burgess Park Field - Menlo Park OPEN (11/23) 
CA Baseball Farm Club - Redwood City OPEN (11/23) 
Ford Field - Portola Valley OPEN (11/23) 
La Entrada Field - Menlo Park OPEN (11/23) 
La Entrada Grass - Menlo Park OPEN (11/23) 
McCovey Field - Woodside OPEN (11/23) 
Nealon Park - Menlo Park OPEN (11/23) 
Oak Knoll Field - Menlo Park OPEN (11/23) 
Town Center Field - Portola Valley OPEN (11/23) 
Woodside Grass - Woodside OPEN (11/23) 
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