Players should wear their uniform shirts and hats. Players eat free, parents and siblings are $5/ea with a family max of $10. Trophies will be handed out to all Tee-Ball, Farm and Single-A players as well as season and championship teams for AA, AAA and Majors. Please join us in celebrating another successful season of Danvers National Little League baseball.
Thank you to the many volunteers that help operate Danvers National Little League. As a reminder, all Board Members, Managers, Coaches and other volunteers must fill out a Little League Volunteer Application – 2016 and submit it along with a copy of your driver license to DNLL Safety Officer Joe DeBernardo via email at
Parking at Tapley Park
Parking at Tapley Park can be extremely tight during the baseball season, particularly on weekends. Please park your vehicle in a designated parking spot at Tapley. If all designated parking spots are utilized, please park your vehicle in the satellite parking lot abutting the bike path across Pine Street. Please use the crosswalk to access Tapley Park. Please note that parking at 142 Pine Street (Scrubbles Laundromat and Petes-A-Place Restaurant) is prohibited, and may result in your vehicle being towed.
Parking at Highlands School
Parking for games or practices at Highlands School can also be tight. Please park your vehicle in a designated parking spot at the School, or a designated area along Hobart Street. Parking at First Church of Danvers at 41 Centre Street is prohibited, and may result in your vehicle being towed.
DNLL Sponsors & Merchandise
If you or your business would like to sponsor Danvers National Little League, please contact Bob Straccia
. Please click here for a sponsor form which includes all the DNLL sponsor details.
Concussion and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
A concussion is a type of traumatic brain injury, or TBI, cause by a bump, blow, or jolt to the head that can change the way your brain normally works. Concussions can also occur from a fall or blow to the body that casuses the head and brain to move quickly back and forth. Health care professionals may describe a concussion as "mild" brain injury because concussions are usually not life threatening. Even so, their effects can be serious. Click here for information pertaining to Concussion in Sports presented by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Little League International Discusses Composite Bat Moratorium
Please click here to read more about the composite bat moratorium including frequently asked questions. Please click here to see a list of Composite Bats – (2 ¼ inch barrels) approved by Little League International.