Dapper Dan Championship Series - Majors and Minors

Congratulations to the Braves (Majors) and Nationals (Minors) are winning the championship in their divisions!


Another great season in the books!  



The Children's Adaptive Sports League (CASL) is a nonprofit joint effort consisting of volunteers and members / employees from The Dapper Dan Club, The Children's League, and The Riverside YMCA.


The purpose of CASL to provide various sports clinics to special needs children (4 to 21) in the Tri-State Area. The second clinic will be held in the near future.  All children will have the opportunity to participate in fielding, throwing, batting, and running the bases.  The clinic is free and no equipment is required.


To sign up, click here or the link (CASL Registration) on the right side of the page. 

Dapper Dan Club on Facebook

Updates about the Dapper Dan Club of Allegany County and the Dapper Dan Little League can also be found on and search "Dapper Dan Club". Become a fan on Facebook and receive updates as the administrators post messages.




New Rule - Effective 2019


It has been brought to the attention of the Dapper Dan that an entity referring to itself as “Cumberland Baseball” is actively recruiting players from Cumberland to join its minor league to play this summer.  The Dapper Dan Club of Allegany County has no affiliation with this organization.  We have facilitated little league baseball in Cumberland for the past 69 years, and currently offer four different leagues to the children of Cumberland, ranging in ages from 4 to 12 years old.  Our historic commitment to this ongoing effort has never been stronger and we look forward to continuing to teach your children baseball fundamentals, team work and fun. 


The Dapper Dan’s rules prohibit a player or coach in our league from participating in another local league (excluding weekend travel ball) at the same time.  The basis for this rule:


 (1.)  Pitcher’s Pitch Count: The most important reason is the safety of a pitcher. The pitch count of a particular player pitching in both leagues would be impossible to control.  It is not feasible to develop a count that would allow them to pitch in both leagues, nor is it fair to either league’s team to reduce a pitch count less than already established.


(2.)  Game Scheduling: Scheduling is nearly impossible where kids/parents would have to choose one league versus the other. There is no way to guarantee Minor Division players would have games on different nights in each league the entire year. Asking them to choose one league over the other isn’t fair to the kids or the other players/coaches in the league.