News and Announcements


Are you looking for a great holiday gift? How about some SMLL spirit wear (Jr. Rocket too!). We have arranged with Styled Aesthetic to have a quicker turnaround for holiday season spiritwear.

Order by December 10th and you can pick it up in store after December 20th.

SMLL Spirit Wear

Happy Holidays!


Posted by South Milwaukee Little League at Apr 4, 2018 11:20AM PDT ( 1 Comment )

SMLL depends on the contribution of volunteer to function effectively. From getting the fields ready for Opening Day, helping out in the concession stands, taking on some umpiring or many of the other tasks that keep SMLL running, the players in our league benefit directly from your volunteer efforts. Though we depend on volunteers, we also respect that families are busy and juggling multiple commitments. We continuously work to meet the league’s needs while respecting the multiple priorities families juggle.

SMLL will again be using SignUpGenius to coordinate volunteers and we will also continue to also use a paper volunteer shift tracking system.

Signing Up for Volunteer Hours

Separate SignUpGenius sites have been set up for

Grounds Clean-Up Day

and Concession stand shortly.
The links will also be included in the top navigation bar of each team’s teampage.

Volunteer Requirement

Again this season, in order to have to volunteer deposit returned, families are require to complete three “shifts” per family (two hours of grounds work, 5:00-7:45pm or 7:15-10:00pm in the concession stand, or umpiring one game), with at least two of those shifts being served in the concession stand.

*Since there are a limited number of grounds preparation and maintenance tasks, Grounds Clean Up volunteer shifts will only be credited for those who sign up via the SignUpGenius. “Walk up” volunteers are welcome, but will receive no credit toward the volunteer deposit return. There will be no exceptions to this policy.

If you have a special skill that you are willing to offer in lieu of a concession stand shift, such as electrical work, plumbing, carpentry, etc. please contact (Tony Goodenough

We are again instituting “team nights” in the concession stand. Please sign up for your team’s nights first (Included in the 2018 Parent In-Season Parent Packet). Once your team’s concession commitment is filled, you are welcome to select shifts on other evenings.

Tracking Volunteer Shifts

A volunteer form is attached for you to use to receive credit for your volunteer service and request the return of your volunteer deposit (it is also available at the SMLL Website in the 2018 Parent In Season Packet). When you have completed a volunteer shift, a SMLL board must certify your service. Several board members are at SMLL Park each evening. A list of board members can be found on our website.

Once you have complete three volunteer shifts, mail your form to SMLL, Attn: Treasurer, PO Box 11, South Milwaukee 53172 or email it to If you choose to mail your form, be sure to retain a copy for your records.

Upon completion of the hours requirements the volunteer deposits will be mailed to the address used during registration.

The time and effort that you as a community put forth create lasting memories for our children. Please remember that the required hours are the minimum that we request but there is no maximum.

The document 2018_Volunteer_hours_form.pdf was attached to this post.

We are excited to announce that we are accepting registrations for the 2018 Season. We are accepting players from 4 – 16 years old.

The programs that we offer are as follows:
Rookie Ball – 4-6 Year olds ($90.00)
Age as of 8/31/18

Early Bird Registration
If registered prior to 3/15/2018 the registration is ONLY $70.00

AA Baseball/Softball – 6-8 Year olds ($140.00)
Baseball age as of 8/31/18
Softball age as of 12/31/17

AAA Baseball/Softball – 9-10 Year olds ($140.00)
Baseball age as of 8/31/18
Softball age as of 12/31/17

Major Baseball/Softball – 11-12 Year olds ($140.00)
Must be born between 5/1/2005 and 8/31/2007
Softball age as of 12/31/17

Senior Baseball/Softball – 13-16 Year olds ($140.00)
Baseball age as of 8/21/18
Softball age as of 12/31/17

Intermediate Baseball – 11-13 Year Olds — This is in addition to Major or Senior Baseball
Must be born between 9/1/2004 and 8/31/2006

High School Baseball players that are 16 years or younger are eligible to sign up to play Senior baseball until High school baseball Starts. Then players will play for their high school. Players will be eligible to play all stars after the High School season has been completed. ($50.00)

Early Bird Registration by CREDIT CARD
If registered prior to 1/20/2018 the registration is ONLY $105.00

Early Bird Registration by CHECK OR CASH
If registered prior to 1/20/2018 the registration is ONLY $130.00

Fundraiser –
South Milwaukee Little League has one fundraiser that starts in April. You can participate in the fundraiser (sell $200 in candy bars and provide a post-dated check one month out from the date in April when the candy bars are picked up) OR there is a buyout option when registering that is $100.00.

Volunteer Deposit –
South Milwaukee Little League charges $125.00 per family as a volunteer deposit. Once the family has completed the required shifts of volunteer time (3 shifts – a minimum of 2 shifts in the concession stand) the deposit will be returned.

Required Documents –
Documents this year do not need to be mailed or emailed in this year. They can be uploaded after you have registered your players. See attachment on your receipt for more details!

Register on our website -

South Milwaukee Little League

or here:


Any questions please contact us at:


The document 2018_Registration.pdf was attached to this post.

2018 Baseball Bat Information

Posted by South Milwaukee Little League at Sep 28, 2017 11:45AM PDT ( 0 Comments )

Please note that as of January 1, 2018, the new USA Baseball Standard will be implemented. Little League-approved baseball bats that are approved for use for the 2017 season will no longer be acceptable for use in any Little League game or activity starting on January 1, 2018.

For more information please visit the following sites:

Little League 2018 Baseball Bat Info

Little League 2018 Baseball Bat FAQs Info

All approved bats will carry the following marking:

USA Baseball Bat Markings



The 8-9 Softball All Stars went 4 – 1 in 5 days of competition to win the District 6 banner- This is how they did it-

In the first game, the girls won an exciting game 8 to 7 over Oak Creek. They were tied in the 6th inning 7 to 7. In the second game, the girls played Franklin and lost a close game 10 to 12. This now meant the team had to win the rest of their games to play for the championship. In third game the team played Oak Creek again and won 7 to 6 in the last inning again. The girls now needed to win 2 games against Franklin. In the 1st championship game, the girls hit the ball very well, going through the entire line up each inning, and won 19 to 4 to force the “IF” game for the championship. In the final Championship game the team scored 1 run in the first inning and were leading until the 4th inning, when Franklin scored 2 runs to take the lead. SM came up to bat in the 5th inning and our girls came through and scored 4 runs to take the lead. Then the girls had to play defense to win the game. The girls did with a 3 up and 3 down in the 6th inning. The girls played excellent defense throughout the game and didn’t make an error in the field.
Congrats to the coaches and players!

• Amanda Martyka
• Sandy Rosploch
• Angie Sobek

Special advisors:
• Jeff Crogan
• Scott Johnson
• Jason Brzek

Players from left to right in picture
Maddie Sadowski, Gabby Sobek, Samantha Brunner, Alaina Johnson, Catherine Vaccaro, Eleanor Cummings, Sophia Elmore, Kennedy Schultz, Claire Baker, Faith Rosploch, Jahaidee Murguia, Jamie Boneck