News and Announcements
Do you have a child interested interested in playing more baseball or softball?
Come try out for the 2021 Jr Rockets!
All tryouts will be held at SMLL Park on Saturday, August 1.
Please look at the levels and times below. Baseball tryouts will be on Diamond 1. Softball tryouts will be on Diamond 2.
- 8U Baseball — Boys 7-8 — 9:00am
- 9U Baseball — Boys 9 — 9:00am
- 10U Baseball — Boys 10 — 10:00am
- 11U Baseball — Boys 11 — 10:00am
- 12U Baseball — Boys 12 — 11:00am
- 13U/14U Baseball — Boys 13-14 — 11:00am
- 8U/10U Softball — Girls 7-10 — 9:00am
- 12U Softball — Girls 11-12 — 10:00am
- 14U Softball — Girls 13-14 — 11:00am
Please arrive 15 minutes early for warm-ups. Each tryout will be approximately one (1) hour.
Make-up date will be Wednesday, August 5 at 6pm.
Interested in managing or coaching for the 2021 season, or have questions?
Please contact Brian Karpinski at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SMLL and Jr Rockets Families,
We are hosting another SMLL Jr Rockets tournament this weekend and we could use your help again with Concessions and Scorekeepers at the park.
Please check out the SignUp Genius links below to take on for a shift or two this weekend. There is a link for both Saturday and Sunday days.
Thank you for your help,
Hello SMLL Families,
It is an exciting tournament week, with a full lineup of games for this year’s Schattschneider Tournament.
We have pulled all games into Division bracket views, and will continue to update them as games are completed.
Please take a look, follow along, and help cheer on all our players as we finish up a great 2020 season!
Thanks, and good luck!
This message is only Jr. Rocket players:
Jr Rocket Picture Schedule
Monday July 27th 2020 @ Diamond 1
8U Baseball 5:30pm
8U Softball 5:40pm
9U Baseball 5:50pm
10U Baseball 6pm
11U Baseball 6:10pm
12U Baseball 6:20pm
14U Softball 6:30pm
13U Baseball 6:40pm
14U Baseball 6:50pm
No rain makeup
Welcome to championship week for South Milwaukee Little League! Given everything that has happened this year, we are grateful to have been able to provide a positive outlet for the youth and families of our communities and bring a a “little bit of normal” in this abnormal year.
That said, we wanted to take a moment to remind everyone to continue to maintain physical distancing while you are at the park this week and that face coverings are needed if physical distancing cannot be maintained. We have done so well in keeping each other and our players safe throughout the season, lets continue that through this week and see some great baseball and softball! Good luck to all teams and players this week!