MSLL provides a team equipment bag to each team in division Rookie Junior and up. For Tee Ball, three equipment bags are kept in the can on the gravel Myrtle Field for use at each session. The team equipment bags contain bats, catchers equipment, practice bases, first aid kit. Each team receives a ball bag for baseballs for use in games and practices.
For any questions, please contact Equipment Manager Paul Anderson at email@example.com
MSLL players are provided with a game jersey and hat for all divisions. BlastBall to Rookie Senior will keep their jerseys and hat. Minor division and up receive a belt as well to be returned with their team jersey at the end of the season.
All players in Rookie Junior and higher are required to wear baseball pants for games. MSLL provides pants with an elastic waist band for all players in Rookie Junior and Rookie Senior. In AA and higher divisions, players are required to provide their own baseball pants with belt loops. All pants worn for games should be grey.
Players in every division must wear a batting helmet when at base and when running the bases. MSLL recommends that players provide their own baseball helmet. Spare helmets may be found in the team equipment bag. Baseball caps must be worn under league provided helmets.
While bats are provided in the equipment bag, many players as they move up through the divisions like to use their own bat. A player may only use a baseball bat that is approved for Little League play.
IMPORTANT: The approved list of Little League bats changed at the start of the 2018 season. Please refer to this page to ensure that your bat is approved: https://www.littleleague.org/playing-rules/bat-information/
Players in Rookie Junior and higher division must wear an athletic support (jock/jill) for all games and practices.
Baseball cleats are required for players in Minors division and higher. Players in Rally Caps, Rookie Junior and Rookie Senior may use baseball cleats, soccer cleats or running shoes.
Metal cleats may be worn by players in the Juniors and higher divisions.
Where to Buy
The following locations are good options when looking to purchase baseball equipment: