Milpitas Little League registration has been extended to January 27, 2019.

Any boys or girls between 4 – 14 can still apply.

Registration will close on Sunday, January 27th, at 11:59pm. After that time, children will be placed on a waiting list until space is available. 

Anyone who is interested can visit to register on-line.

Once you have registered and paid online, be sure to bring verification documents to the Milpitas Sports Complex baseball field for Evaluations on 1/26 or 1/27 between 9:00am-1:00pm.

Milpitas Little League organizers ask that you bring the following required documents:

  1. A filled out/signed Little League Medical Release
  2.  A filled out/signed Parent/Volunteer Code of Conduct
  3.  Birth Certificate for Verification only
  4.  Little League School enrollment form (recommended if your child attends a school in Milpitas) OR proof of residency; requirements can be found at found at:

Here’s the schedule for Evaluations on both 1/26 and 1/27…

Note: Children 4 – 5 years old DO NOT need to attend evaluations.

6-year-olds who want to be considered for Farm, 7-year-olds, and 8-year-olds: 9:00am – 11:00am.

8-year-olds who want to be considered for Minors, 9-year-olds, and 10-year-olds: 11:00am– 1:00pm.

10-year-olds who want to be considered for Majors, 11-year-olds, and 12-year- olds: 1:00 – 3:00pm.

Evaluation times for children aged 13-14 are still being determined.


They are also asking the players to arrive prepared with a glove and water. If players want to bring a bat, it must meet USA Bat Standards, and have the USA Bat stamp.

If you have any questions, please send an email to:

Rhoda Shapiro
Rhoda Shapiro works as a journalist and media consultant in the Bay Area. She has written for both the Tri-City Voice and the Mercury News, and is the founder of Chi Media Company, which works with nonprofit organizations to elevate their marketing and communication platforms. Rhoda is also an author; her first book will be published by Llewellyn Worldwide in mid-2019. Her YouTube channel, which features practices in yoga, meditation, and women’s empowerment, has amassed thousands of subscribers. Rhoda is The Milpitas Beat’s founder.

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