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Congratulations 2018 Danville Aces
by posted 09/10/2017

Congratulations to the 2018 Danville Aces. Good Luck with your Season!

Spencer Brien - DLL
Johnny Cerruti - DLL
Griffon Coons - TVLL
Joey Corritone - DLL
Nick Hom - TVLL
Parker McClaughry - DLL
Cade Rhodes - TVLL
Quinn Salmon - DLL
Grant Wells - DLL
Nathan Wilcoxson - DLL
Gavin Zikria - TVLL
Tyler Zocchi - DLL
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Baseball After Majors...
by posted 09/10/2017


Baseball after Majors...

Hello Former Majors Parents,

Now that DLL Majors has wrapped up I know many of you are thinking about what is the next step for your son in regards to baseball. With my last calculations, I added up 10 different local baseball programs that are available to 13 year olds next spring. With 10 programs, choosing one can be a daunting task. Some of the programs are invitation only (coach contacts you) and most offer professional coaching at different price levels.  But are they what’s best for you players enjoyment of the game?

Over the past few years Danville Little League (DLL) has offered a Spring program for 13 year olds called the” Intermediate” (50 & 70 foot base paths) program (players born on or after 9/1/2004). There are two levels in the Intermediate program "Gold”, which is a competitive advanced level team chosen at the beginning of the season thru tryouts, and "House", which is made up of kids who just want to play ball. The Gold program is professionally coached by the Aces Baseball Staff, run by Jim Grant, and the House program is coached by Dads, just like in Majors. Being that the Gold program is professionally coached; the fee is priced accordingly, but is lower than most programs outside DLL. The House program is priced similar to last year in Majors. All DLL Intermediate programs are housed locally (Danville) with local practices and games (located within District 57).  Many of the games are played at Osage Field #3.  The Gold team also has a District All Star Tournament and World Series and may travel a bit further to play in a few outside tournaments. There will be more information from DLL on these programs coming. Tryouts for the Intermediate Gold program are held in late August.  They play a fall tournament season and then a regular local D57season starting in March and ending in Mid-June.  House teams will be formed in late January with a player evaluation held at Sycamore Park turf TBA.  Please wear tennis shoes on the turf.  We are also looking for team Managers and Coaches. 

For the 14 year olds (players born on or after 9/1/2003) we have a very similar program that has a “House” league, and a “Gold” league which is equivalent to the 13’s Gold team.  This division is called Junior 90’s.  The Junior 90’s Gold team will be professionally coached by Darren Nicholson, owner of Hit Lab Sports, with tryouts held in mid-October, TBA. This division plays on a 90 foot diamond to get the kids ready for high school.

Looking a few years ahead there are also Seniors House and Gold programs for the 15 and 16 year olds (born on or before 9/1/2001).

All sign-ups are through the DLL Web site. As always, you can contact me if you have any questions or want to talk about what’s out there for your son next year.



Steve Pugh – DLL Upper Division Director




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DLL Members Meeting October 17th, 2017
by posted 08/23/2017

Members of the Board Meeting

Our next Members Meeting will be held Tuesday, 10/17/17, 8pm. Sycamore South Clubhouse.  We hope to see all of our Members there.

New to the league...please feel free to attend...we are always looking for new Members!

Please email if you have any questions

Cyndee Ragan
DLL League Administrator

*DLL Members Meetings are generally held on the second Tuesday of each month.  Please check website for time and location.


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New 2018 Bat Regulations
by posted 08/14/2017

Follow this link for the most current 2018 Bat Regulations.


Little League® International has assembled an online resource page dedicated to baseball bat information, that includes the latest bat information, current Little League Baseball rules and regulations governing bats, definition of terms, the moratorium on the use of composite bats, and a series of frequently asked questions, with answers and licensed bat lists.

Please note that as of January 1, 2018, the new USA Baseball Bat 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.

This page was last updated on June 6, 2017.

Note: Tee Ball Bats


Starting on January 1, 2018, all Tee Ball bats in the Little League Baseball® Tee Ball program must feature the USA Baseball mark and accompanying text. Tee Ball bats that were produced and/or purchased prior to the implementation of the new standard can be certified using an Approved Tee Ball Sticker (available September 1, 2017) via the USA Baseball Tee Ball Sticker Program for use with approved Tee Ball baseballs for Little League play. Tee Ball bats for Little League Softball® Tee Ball programs must follow the Little League Softball Official Regulations, Playing Rules, and Policies.
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Little League Intermediate World Series Update
by posted 08/02/2017

Little League Intermediate World Series Update 
The Intermediate (13s) team from Danville is undefeated in the LLIWS thus far!  They beat a very tough team from New Jersey (East Region Champions) Sunday night by a score of 3 to 2.  Pitching and error free defense helped bring home the win in front of a huge pro District 57/Danville crowd.  Danville then followed up with a solid performance Monday night beating the South East Region Champs from West Texas 6 to 1. 
Danville plays TONIGHT (scheduled for a 6pm start) against the defending World Series champions from Maui, Hawaii in the winners bracket final.  The winner will play in the US championship on Saturday at 5pm (televised on ESPN 3).  Please come out to support your local team.  More details can be found at  We recommend you check this website to monitor the timing of games throughout the day.  It's possible the game may start a little later than 6pm.  
Pictured are the Danville Little League players playing on the D57 team - Matthew Abbes, Evan Balingit, Calvin Chang, Noah Garcia, James Murray and Chris White. 
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by posted 07/27/2017

Congratulations to our winners:  PFLL A and Danville B.
Final scoring and tournament statistics can be found in Gamechanger.


Final A Seeds:

1.  PFLL (4-0)

2.  SRLL (2-2, 16 runs allowed)

3.  DANV (2-2, 24 runs allowed)

4.  TVLL (2-2, 28 runs allowed)

5.  LLL (0-4)


Final B Seeds:

1.  CCLL (3-0, 11 runs allowed)

2.  TVLL (3-0, 14 runs allowed)

3.  DANV (2-1, head-to-head)

4.  DUB (2-1)

5.  SRLL (0-3, 28 runs allowed)

6.  GLL (0-3, 45 runs allowed)
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by posted 07/21/2017

Congratulations to our 2017 champions:  Danville A and Danville B.

Final scoring and tournament statistics can be found in Gamechanger


Final Brett Slinger A seeds:

1. TVLL (3-0, 5 runs allowed)

2, CCLL (3-0, 6 runs allowed)

3. SRVLL (3-0, 26 runs allowed)

4. Danville (2-1)

5. LLL (1-2, 28 runs allowed, -11 run differential)

6. SRLL (1-2, 28 runs allowed, -13 run differential)

7. PLL (1-2, 30 runs allowed)

8. GLL (1-2, 34 runs allowed)

9. PFLL (0-3, 35 runs allowed)

10. DUB (0-3, 38 runs allowed)


Final Brett Slinger B Seeds:

1. Danville (3-0, 7 runs allowed)

2, GLL Black (3-0, 8 runs allowed)

3. TVLL (3-0, 18 runs allowed)

4. CCLL White (2-1, 17 runs allowed)

5. GLL Silver (2-1, 24 runs allowed)

6. PFLL (2-1, 33 runs allowed)

7. DUB (1-2, 25 runs allowed)

8. SRLL (1-2, 34 runs allowed)

9. SRVLL (0-3, 29 runs allowed)

10. CCLL Blue (0-3, 35 runs allowed)

11. PLL (0-3, 41 runs allowed)

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DLL 12s and 11s Sweep The Week
by posted 07/21/2017

DLL 12s won both the A and B divisions of Canyon Creek’s Wood Bat Tournament this week, going a combined 8-2-1.  Meanwhile, DLL 11s swept the A and B divisions in our own Brett Slinger Memorial Tournament with an overall record of 11-1.  Congratulations on a great week, boys!

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Congrats Senior Aces 16U!
by posted 07/18/2017

Join us is celebrating a great season for our 16U team.

  • They finished the season 26-3-1.
  • Won the Seniors Tournament of Champions
  • Won the District 57 Championship
  • Finished 2nd Place in Sections listing to the Union City District 50 Champion

The team is comprised of All Star players from Tassajara Valley, Danville  & San Ramon Valley Little Leagues.

For more information about the 16U Aces Gold program, please contact Coach Dave Stallard at  .




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DLL 11 Tournament Team Wins San Ramon LL 11s Tournament
by posted 07/14/2017

DLL Tourney 11's Champs in the SRLL Tourney

DLL Tournament 11's went 6-0 to capture the win in the SRLL 11 year old Summer Tourney!

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by posted 07/13/2017

Congratulations to our 2017 champions:  Danville A and TVLL B.

Final scoring and tournament statistics can be found in Gamechanger


Final A seeds:

1.  Danville (3-0)

2.  GLL (2-0-1)

3.  CCLL (2-1, 13 runs allowed)

4.  LLL (2-1, 20 runs allowed)

5.  PLL (1-1-1, 23 runs allowed)

6.  SRVLL (1-1-1, 28 runs allowed)

7.  PFLL (1-2)

8.  DUB (0-2-1)

9.  SRLL (0-3)


Final B seeds:

1.  PLL Cardinal (3-0, +34 run differential)

2.  Danville (3-0, +25 run differential)

3.  TVLL (2-1, 13 runs allowed)

4.  LLL (2-1, 21 runs allowed)

5.  GLL (2-1, 22 runs allowed)

6.  SRLL (1-2, 33 runs allowed)

7.  CCLL (1-2, 34 runs allowed)

8.  DUB (0-3, 39 runs allowed)

9.  SRVLL (0-3, 43 runs allowed)

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by posted 07/03/2017

Congratulations to our 2017 champions:  GLL A and SRVLL B.

Live scoring and pitch counts will be accessible through Gamechanger


Final A seeds:

1.  TVLL A (2-0-1)

2.  DUB A (2-1, 18 runs allowed)

3.  LLL A (2-1, 20 runs allowed)

4.  SRVLL A (2-1, 24 runs allowed)

5.  PLL A (2-1, 26 runs allowed)

6.  GLL A (2-1, 27 runs allowed)

7.  Danville Blue (1-2, head-to-head)

8.  SRLL A (1-2)

9.  PFLL A (0-2-1)

10.  Danville White (0-3)


Final B seeds (Thursday final is SRVLL B @ LLL B):

1.  LLL B (3-0-1, 27 runs allowed)

2.  SRVLL B (3-0-1, 38 runs allowed)

3.  DUB B (1-3)

4.  GLL B (1-3)

5.  PLL B (1-3)

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DLL 10T Team SRLL Tourney Champs!
by posted 07/02/2017

DLL 10U tourney wins the SRLL "Slamma Jamma" tournament with a hard fought 4-3 victory over Granada in the finals.

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New LLB Bat Regulations for 2018
by posted 12/16/2016

Little League Baseball® Bat Standard Will Change in 2018

If your player is looking for a new bat for the 2017 Season, please be aware of a new standard that will require new bats for the 2018 season.

This is across all divisions: Tee Ball, Minor, Major, Intermediate (50/70), and Junior League.

Picture of Baseball Bats on a Rack

From Little League Baseball®:

Effective on January 1, 2018, Little League Baseball® will adhere to the new USABat standard. No bats previously approved for use in Little League Play (Junior League Baseball and below) will be permitted to be used in any Little League game or practice, or other Little League function, event, or activity.

What this means for local Little Leagues, and Little League baseball players in the Tee Ball through Junior League Divisions, as well as Little League Challenger Division®, is that all current Little League-approved bats can be used during the 2017 Little League regular season and throughout tournament play, but can no longer be used starting in 2018. All of Little League’s current bat regulations will remain in effect until December 31, 2017. Be aware that this new bat standard effects Little League Baseball only. There are no changes to the bat standard or regulations for Little League Softball®.


Bat Information from Little League
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Snack Shack Now Accepting Credit Cards
by posted 04/03/2016

DLL Families


We are happy to inform you that the DLL Snack Shack, located at Osage Park, is now accepting credit cards for your purchases of $5 or greater.  We hope you enjoy this added convenience when you are out enjoying your baseball games!


Play Ball!!

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