Davidsonville Athletic Association is a non-profit organization administered by a volunteer board whose mission is to promote, encourage, direct and operate athletic programs for the children and youth of the Davidsonville area, Anne Arundel County.

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Contact information - Baseball Commissioner - Scott Malone ( )

Important League Dates:

March 17:  Machine Pitch practices begin.

March 24:  Coach's clinic at Riva Baptist Church, 4 to 7pm

March 27, 6:30pm.  Coach Pitch and T Ball Parent Orientation at Davidsonville Elementary School.

April 3-6:  T Ball and Coach Pitch Practices Begin

April 21, SMLL Opening Day at Bottner.  Schedule to be distributed in late March. 


Important Registration Information:

April 1:  Late Fees begin for Coach Pitch and T Ball

April 15:  Registration Closes for T Ball and Coach Pitch

As of March 16:

SMLL Majors and Minors Divisons are closed, there are no roster spots available. 

SMLL Seniors has 2 roster spots available and will be filled on a first come first serve basis. 

SMLL Juniors has 2 roster spots available and will be filled on a first come first serve basis. 

SMLL Machine Pitch has 3 roster spots available and will be filled on a first come first serve basis. 


Please read the SMLL Spring 2018 Registration, SMLL Divisons of Play, and SMLL 2018 Calendar of Events pages on the DAA Baseball Home Page for information about important dates, equipment, fees, and age requirements. 

Please note that the bat standard changes announced last year have gone into effect.    Please see the bat standard informatoin on the SMLL Spring 2018 Registration page or go to Little League International Website for bat standard information.






South Maryland Little League - is a chartered affiliate of Little League Baseball, Inc. of Williamsport, PA (www.littleleague.org) and has been serving central Anne Arundel County since 1997. We are a nonprofit organization serving 250 youths playing T-Ball through Little League Juniors.  We are community-neutral and focused solely on baseball.  Our players hail from Annapolis, Bowie, Crofton, Crownsville, Davidsonville, Edgewater, Harwood, Mayo, Riva, South River, and elsewhere. We provide a quality youth baseball program that focuses on teaching the skills of America's Pastime and also helps the young people of our communities learn to work together as a team, develop individual leadership skills and increase their self- confidence.  We have developed players who have gone on to play high school, collegiate, and even professional baseball.

We are staffed entirely by volunteers who are dedicated to creating the best quality program possible for the children, and we need your help to continue this tradition. All funds are generated through fees, fundraisers, business and community support like your own.

Our coaches and umpires attend clinics in the fall and winter for organization and team management, coaching, rules and umpiring.  The SMLL community enjoys the social side of our league at opening and closing days held at Bottner field, a field exclusively dedicated to Little League.