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Alexandria Baseball Season Begins with Manager's Clinic

Two dozen Alexandria Little League managers and coaches reported for Spring Training this past Saturday, February 11, 2017, at the league’s inaugural manager’s clinic, run by Primetime Baseball and hosted at Ft. Myer.

The clinic’s purpose was to offer managers and assistant coaches an opportunity to deepen their knowledge of baseball and learn age-appropriate coaching techniques and drills. Over time, the goal is to prepare Alexandria Little league coaches to teach correct mechanics, make practice fun, and offer players consistent guidance as they grow and develop.

Prime Time co-owners John Skaggs and Chris Berset put together a terrific program. Eric Mathis, MS, lead athletic trainer at George C. Marshall High School, led a safety discussion focusing on the recognition and treatment of an array of athletic injuries, ranging from abrasions and concussions to joint injuries. Coaches also divided into groups to discuss proper infielding, hitting, and pitching/throwing techniques, led by Skaggs, Berset and Aaron Tarr, Marshall High School's varsity baseball coach. Skaggs wrapped up the day with tips on how to run practices.

Above: Chris Berset and John Skaggs, co-owners of Primetime Baseball, with Eric Mathis, MS, lead athletic trainer for the Marshall High School Statesman (center)

Thanks to All president Gus Chiarello and the entire ALL board for sponsoring the event, which was organized by Paul Miller, Bill Evanina, Darrell Wilson and Steve Sternberg.  ALL safety officer, Dawn Bauman, supplied safety tips and vital information on league injury reporting policies. Many thanks to Andy Regan for hosting the clinic – and organizing lunch – at Ft. Myer.


by posted 02/16/2017
Walk with Alexandria Little League in the GW Parade

All Alexandria Little League players are invited to join us as we walk in the George Washington Birthday Parade in Old Town Alexandria on Monday, February 20, 2017. The parade route is one mile along the historic streets of Old Town. 

This is our first time marching in the parade and we are hoping for a large turn out! All age levels are welcome, as are parents and siblings. Wear an Alexandria Little League hat or jersey. We will provide Big League Chew gumballs for the kids to hand out to the crowd. Feel free to bring your own as well.

Please arrive at the staging area, the 400 block of Wolfe Street by 12:30pm on Monday to meet up with the group. Look for the Alexandria Little League hats and banner.

For more information contact Connie Mackay, or 703-326-4164.


by posted 02/15/2017
Sponsor an Alexandria Little League Team

Are you interested in sponsoring an Alexandria Little League team this spring?  It's a great way to promote your business and support Little League at the same time!  

For a $1,250 donation, you get:

  • Your logo on the uniforms of one of the teams (we will do our best to assign your sponsorship to your child's team)
  • 4' long banners with your logo in the outfield of both Simpson and Ben Brenman fields
  • Your team photo w/logo in our Annual Program
  • "Shout outs" for your business at our opening and closing ceremonies, during some games at Simpson and on social media
  • Keepsake plaque with your team photo

Alexandria Little League is an all-volunteer organization.  Your donation helps pay for Little League umpires, field use and maintenance, uniforms, trophies etc. and is greatly appreciated.

Contact Eugene Smith at or 202-255-8845 with any questions.

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by posted 02/15/2017
Special Thanks to Episcopal High School

Alexandria Little League would like to thank Episcopal High School for hosting another successful try-out session on January 29, 2017, at Flippin Field House. We want to especially thank Episcopal's Baseball Coach Chris Warren for all his help making sure the day went smoothly.

Episcopal Summer Training Camp

If you haven't started thinking about camps for your kids this summer, make note that Episcopal is offering a 5-day Summer Training Camp from July 10-14 for kids age 7-14. Space is limited and the deadline to register is June 30. Download the flier or contact Coach Chris Warren at (703) 217-6629 or

Update on Spring Baseball Teams

We are still in the process of finalizing the rosters for all our teams, so if you haven't heard from your child's manager yet, do not worry. Minors and Majors managers are reaching out to parents this week and AA and AAA managers will meet this weekend to select teams. It may take another week or two to get everything set in our computer system. If you have questions, please contact .


by posted 02/15/2017