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The AAA Division is the most competitive Minor League division and is great preparation for playing in Major Leagues or Intermediate Leagues in future seasons.  Generally, AAA players have at least 2 years of organized baseball experience, although this is not a requirement.

As in all MLL divisions, managers emphasize fundamentals, teamwork, player development and fun.  In AAA, players pitch and walks are allowed, although a maximum-run-per-inning rule is in place to keep games moving and to help in developing pitchers.  Scores are kept, outs are recorded, and league standings are published on the MLL website. No hitting or pitching statistics are published however.

Players who register for the AAA must attend an evaluation.  Evaluations are listed on the website calendar.  Specific times will be published on the website and updates will be emailed to players that have registered for AAA.  The purpose of the assessments is to ensure that players are registered for the division that best matches their playing level and to assist in forming balanced teams within each division. Players who desire to be on a Majors team but are deemed at a AAA quality level will be placed on a AAA team. 

Players in the AAA Division are eligible for selection to an All-Star Team that will participate in a post-season tournament at the District level and potentially at the State level in July.

Players ages 9 to 11 on August 31, 2018.
Players should have one-year of experience in organized baseball unless they are 11.  

Players must live or attend school within the geographic boundaries defined for MLL.


Season: Opening Day is on April 7th. The season ends on June 9th.
Practices: One to two hour practices will be held twice a week until 1st game. Then one to two practices a week until the end of the season. These are the minimum amount of practices. Coaches have discretion to add more if desire.

Games: 12 to 14 two-hour games will be played in the season as well an end of the season tournament. 1 game a week from early April to early May. Then two games a week from early May till end of season. Games will be midweek and/or on Saturdays.

Any of our fields in Superior and Louisville, but typically LSC and Miner's in Louisville for most games.


Teams are formed through a division draft.  

Friend and coach requests are not accepted during the registration process.  

MLL provides: pants, belt, socks, jersey, and ball cap - player keeps these four items; bats, balls, helmets, and catching gear.

You provide: shoes/cleats and glove

​Some parents choose to purchase a helmet or bat for their player which is fine. You will want to make sure the helmet meets the NOCSAE standard and that the bat meets the new Little League sanctioned bat standard.

Please volunteer to be a Manager, Coach, or Team Parent.  You can mark your interest when registering your child.