MLL Organization

Updated Monday January 16, 2017 by Tim Donohue.

Melrose Little League (MLL) is an non-profit organization dedicated to providing supervised baseball programs that are fun, educational and competitive for players between the age of 4 and 12.

The organization is totally dependent on local Melrose volunteers to fully operate. These volunteers are required to fill roles such as Managers, Coaches, Board members and other positions.

Melrose Little League is part of the District 12 Little League which proudly serves the communities of Melrose, Medford, Malden, Somerville, Everett and East Boston.

The MLL organization was formed in December 2016 from a successful merger of the Melrose National Little League (MNLL) and the Churchill American Little League (CALL) organizations.

MLL offers a baseball program with different leagues defined by age to  allow children from age 4 to age 12 to participate. The baseball divisions offered include a MajorMinorFederal - Coach Pitch,  Federal - Kid Pitch and Tee Ball level of baseball.
 
MLL offers a Spring Season (April - June)  baseball program and a Summer Season (July-August)  Jimmy Fund baseball program. A Fall Season was first offered in Fall 2016.