Welcome to San Mateo Little League American! For over 55 years we have brought the great game of baseball to the youth of the San Mateo and Burlingame. Every year we have approximately 600 players swinging bats, throwing & catching balls, making new friends, seeing old friends and keeping Trinta Park filled with the neighbors in our communities - enjoying one of our nation's favorite pastimes. We are proud of the tradition SMLLA continues each Spring and will work hard to make sure it endures well into the future for our neighborhoods. SMLLA is chartered under the Little League Inc. of Williamsport, P.A. and is subject to all rules and regulations contained in their Official Rule Book.
Games on Saturday, April 25: The 8:30 AM games are cancelled due to standing water and unsafe field conditions. We have worked feverishly to make certain that the fields are ready for play by 11:15 AM today. Play Ball.
Safety First: SMLLA follows Little League guidelines for the safety and security of the children that enroll in the San Mateo Little League American youth baseball program (i.e. batting helmets, catchers gear etc.). SMLLA encourages parents to go that extra mile to assure the safety of their child. Many parents choose to mitigate the risk of head lice and purchase personal batting helmets for their child. Other considerations might be mouth guards, batting helmets with a face guard, a chest protector for pitchers by IsoBlox or EvoShield or a pitching helmet by Halo or IsoBlox. At SMLLA, we believe that you can never be too safe.
Spring & Summer Baseball Camps, Tournament Team Tryouts, Individual Baseball Instruction: SMLLA has posted flyers from organizations offering additional baseball programs for kids. Simply click on the "DOCUMENTS" Tab to find information about these programs.
Ordering Team Meals Through the Concessions Stand: Simply call Tim Sandborn at (650) 279-2562. Snack Shack team meals are posted at www.smlla.org, Documents tab, Concession Stand sub tab.
S.F. Giants vs. Miami Marlins
Date: Sunday, May 10, 2015, 1:05 PM Game
Only 152 View Reserved Tickets Available
Section 307 & 326 // We Will Place You With Your Group or Team
$35 Per Ticket
Click on Giants Vs. Marlins Logo to Order Tickets
Friends and Neighbors in San Mateo,
The decision to keep Fitzgerald Field is not yet finalized but in our opinion the outlook for keeping the baseball field at Central Park is in serious jeopardy. A recent City of San Mateo Planning Commission meeting was packed with advocates for senior programs, the Japanese Tea Garden, tennis courts and a dog park. Unfortunately, of the couple hundred people attending, very few attended to support the baseball field. At the end of the meeting, all four planning commissioners referenced the influence of other agendas. In our opinion, replacing the baseball field and tennis courts with a cement plaza in the design largely caters to new nearby apartments under development. Outdoor youth and adult recreation is not a priority. Fitzgerald Field is utilized by over 1,600 kids in our community for baseball and softball. Another 1,000 adults use the fields on weeknights for softball. The planning commissioners acknowledged that the high schools are not allowing public use of their fields so literally there are no fields available in the City unless other parks are built. At this time there are no plans to add new parks in San Mateo.
Please click the following link to an online petition to preserve baseball in Central Park. https://smlla.sportngin.com/register/form/914038060
When: Thursday 4/23/15 and Monday, 4/27/15. 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Where: Round Table Pizza, Parkside Plaza, 1852 Norfolk St.
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Note: The City of San Mateo does post when they close all fields. We have the permits for Trinta Park and the City knows how much time and effort that we put into the fields. They have graciously let SMLLA determine if a game should or should not be played based on field conditions. They are keenly aware that SMLLA would not do anything to compromise the integrity of our beloved fields.