M.A.B.A. Fall 2018 Registration is now open.  There is an information sheet located in the Handouts section of the site offering information.  Registration can be completed via On-Line Forms.  Registration is offered by a first come, first served basis. Some divisions have traditionally filled up quickly so if you intend to participate, please register early.  The duel participation rules do not apply in the fall, you can participate while playing in another league (Fall only).



Whenever thunderstorms are in the area of any game or event, M.A.B.A. policy is to immediately GET THE PLAYERS, COACHES and FANS off the field and to safety.That means under cover, not running around a parking lot or anywhere near the field.We urge the use of an emergency weather app such as Weatherbug which has an alert setting indicating lightning in the area. Safety comes first at all times -- Have an enjoyable season but please use common sense on the field. No victory is worth jeopardizing the safety of any players or fans. 


Bat Update August 18, 2017 

The Board of Directors of the Mid-Atlantic Baseball Association have reviewed the new guidelines made by USA Baseball for age groups 13 and below for the spring 2018 season. The USA Baseball Press Release can be viewed at http://www/

In an effort to obtain as much information as possible to evaluate the changes,we contacted representatives from several bat manufacturers as well as the leadership from many of the organizations that are adopting the new restrictions.

The purpose of the new guidelines is to standardize the performance of all bats in the younger age groups, much like the BBCOR standards that were instilled a few years ago in the older age groups. The new guidelines will make most bats in circulation today ineligible for play in any league or tournament that adopts the new standards beginning with the 2018 spring season.

Because these new guidelines are in no way related to safety issues, and because of the cost of many of these bats, M.A.B.A. will not adopt the new guidelines until the 2019 spring season. That way, bats that have already been purchased can be utilized for the upcoming 2018 season and parents will have an extra year to purchase a new bat within the new standards. To be clear, if this were a safety issue, M.A.B.A. would make the change immediately but given that it is not related to safety, we see no reason to eliminate the bats that are already in use requiring the purchase of new bats at this time.

All M.A.B.A. teams should note that many outside tournaments will require the new bats for participation in 2018. The bat restrictions should be considered when choosing which outside tournaments a team desires to participate in.

 April 14, 2017 

Mid-Atlantic Baseball Association coaches, parents and players:  

As a result of the DeMarini BPF audit, effective immediately, the following DeMarini bats are banned from play in M.A.B.A.:

WTDXCBR 2129-17

2017 CF Zen Balanced 2 5/8" (-8) - 29"/21 oz

WTDXCBR 2230-17

2017 CF Zen Balanced 2 5/8" (-8)  - 30"/22 oz

WTDXCBR 2331-17

2017 CF Zen Balanced 2 5/8" (-8)  - 31"/23 oz

WTDXCBR 2432-17

2017 CF Zen Balanced 2 5/8" (-8)  - 32"/24 oz

WTDXCBZ 1828-17

2017 CF Zen SL 2 3/4" (-10) - 28" /18 oz

WTDXCBZ 1929-17

2017 CF Zen SL 2 3/4" (-10) - 29" /19 oz

WTDXCBZ 2030-17

2017 CF Zen SL 2 3/4" (-10) - 30" /20 oz

WTDXCBZ 2131-17

2017 CF Zen SL 2 3/4" (-10) - 31" /21 oz

WTDXCBZ 2232-17

2017 CF Zen SL 2 3/4" (-10) - 32" /22 oz

WTDXCBZ 1929-17F1

2017 CF Zen Zero Dark  2 3/4" (-10) - 29" /19 oz

WTDXCBZ 2030-17F1

2017 CF Zen Zero Dark 2 3/4" (-10) - 30" /20 oz


Custom 2017 CF Zen 2 3/4" (-10)


Custom 2017 CF Zen Balanced (-8)

This action parallels many other national organizations including USSSA and Ripken Baseball.  We understand that these are very expensive bats and are very sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. We never like to make rule or policy changes during the season but the safety of our players is, and will always be, our first priority and these bats have been determined (by DiMarini) to be dangerous. 


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General League Info
• Our Full-Time league consists of SINGLE AGE GROUPS of ages 8 and 9 that play single games during the week and Sundays and then 10 through High School (19U) age that have both a Division 1 and Division 2 in each that play games one weekday evening and a doubleheader on Sundays. (Note: Ages 14 and UP play two weekday games and a doubleheader on the weekend.).  We also offer JV and Varsity High School Weeknight Divisions to High School Players.

The spring season begins in early April for 13U and under and ends with an M.A.B.A. divisional tournament at the end of June for each age group. The 14U and up age groups begin at the conclusion of the public high school regular season concluding with the end of season tournament in early to mid July.  We also hold an Awards Banquet in the winter to honor the top finishers from the spring season. The fall season begins the Sunday after Labor Day and continues for eight weeks of either 9 inning or doubleheader play on Sundays for the development of players.

Please let us know if you have any questions, or feel free to contact the appropriate age coordinator for more specific information.