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Last Updated: March 27, 2015 
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Give a Shout Out On Opening Day!

This year, give your Little League player a shout out in our Opening Day program with a booster! All proceeds support our Little League community. Write your message here!

Miss Little League

You know what time it is: Miss Little League 2015!

As always, voting is conducted by dropping some coin in mailboxes around town. One cent = one vote! All proceeds support Middlesex Little League. Vote as many times as you want. Miss Little League will be crowned on Opening Day.

Mailboxes can be found at Wendy's, Ellery's, Kerwin's, Texas Weiner, Pizza Center, Luca's, La Familia, Dan & Marianna's, and Full Count.

Thank you and congratulations to all of the girls!

Little League International Recognizes Middlesex

How do you have fun on game day? We told Little League International about our special events, and they liked what they heard. Thanks to Kristen Long for submitting our story.

Do Your Best

It's never too early to think about best practices before you take the field. Here is one lesson, posted on our Facebook page:



Put Your Name in Lights! Be a Sponsor.

Sponsors, support the kids and have your business or name seen at the same time. There are several options to fit your budget. For more information, see our sponsorship flyer.

Got your 2015 Middlesex Little League gear yet? Take a look!

Don't hesitate to contact us with any questions.

In Perspective ...

From An umpire brings the funk with his strike 3 calls. Gives Frank Drebin a run for his money. Would this umpire survive the Middlesex crowds? 


Changing the Game Project on the misguided fears -- and what that yields -- parents carry about youth sports:  

We are so scared that if we do not have our child specialize, if we do not get the extra coaching, or give up our entire family life for youth sports, our child will get left behind. Even though nearly every single parent I speak to tells me that in their gut they have this feeling that running their child ragged is not helpful, they do not see an alternative. Another kid will take his place.  He won’t get to play for the best coach. “I know he wants to go on the family camping trip,” they say, “but he will just have to miss it again, or the other kids will get ahead of him.”

 -- "The Race to Nowhere in Youth Sports"


Wall Street Journal sports columnist and Fox Sports personality Jason Gay on sports parenting and money:

"When parental sports spending goes up, it increases the likelihood either that the child will feel pressure or that the parent will exert it," Dr. Travis Dorsch, a Utah State University professor and former professional football player, told Helliker.

In the light of day it seems so obvious: Parents who spend a lot tend to expect a return on investment, and children feel the weight of that expectation, leading to a frayed relationship with the sport. It's a natural human reaction, with abundant parallels in everyday life. I would love it if my son appreciated the music of Otis Redding. However, if I woke him up every morning and played five hours of Otis Redding, I am pretty sure he would wind up loathing him.

-- The Sports Parent Backlash

As the season goes on, a reminder everyone should read: What Makes A Nightmare Sports Parent -- And What Makes A Great One 

See a good article for the site? Send me a link. 

Upcoming Games

Monday,  Apr 6
Major Division A
Phillies @ Giants 6:00pm Steve Fellin Field
Minor Division A
White Sox @ Blue Jays 5:45pm Mauger Field # 2
Tuesday,  Apr 7
Major Division B
Pirates @ Braves 6:00pm Steve Fellin Field
Minor Division A
Rangers @ Orioles 5:45pm Mauger Field # 2
Wednesday,  Apr 8
Major Division A
Dodgers @ Mets 6:00pm Steve Fellin Field
Minor Division B
Angels @ Yankees 5:45pm Mauger Field # 2

For a complete schedule listing, click here!

Coming Events

Saturday,  Apr 4
OPENING DAY! Steve Fellin Field

For a complete calendar listing, click here!