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Junior League Baseball Division
The Junior League Baseball Division is a program for boys ages 13-14, using a conventional 90-foot diamond with a pitching distance of 60 feet, 6 inches. MPTLL may also choose a Tournament Team (or "All Stars") of 13-14-year-olds from within this division depending on player availability and whether the team is available to enter the International Tournament.  The culmination of the International Tournament is the Junior League Baseball World Series, featuring teams from around the world.
MPTLL plays Junior League home games at Independence Park (Elizabeth Traditional School).  Refer to the League Calendar for key dates throughout the season.  The cost for the Spring season is $225 per player and $175 for the fall season.  All players must live in or attend a school located in the MPTLL boundary
Registration for the spring season closes in early February every year and in July/August for the fall season.  Click here to register now.

Myers Park Trinity Junior League Mission:
We strive to provide MPTLL players between 13 and 14 years old an opportunity to continue playing baseball, introduce and teach your player the “big” field to prepare your son for middle school baseball, and to have fun!

Junior League Overview:

MPTLL’s Junior division is for players that are serious about baseball and team sports but want to continue to play baseball without the commitment/costs of “travel” baseball.

We feel like that we can develop and prepare players for the next level without having to pay thousands of dollars.  Our Home Field is Independence Park which is located right next to Elizabeth Traditional Elementary School, and across the street from Memorial Stadium.  "Indy” Park received a renovation during the spring 2020 season and reopened for the fall 2020 season. The park received a new net backstop, bathroom facility, new playing surface, and new dugouts.

Each season we hope to have 2 teams that will play a full District 3 regular season schedule. The other teams in the district are Lake Norman, Dilworth, Steele Creek, Weddington, MARA, Coul Oak, and University East.

MPTLL has a proud history at this level, with multiple district titles and the 2012 state championship when the team advanced to Purcellville, VA for the Southeastern Regional Tournament.

Each summer MPTLL will select an All Star team to enter in the NC District 3 tourney that can lead to a State Tourney, Regional Tourney, and the Junior League World Series in Tayor, Michigan

Junior League Coaches:
Boyd Coggins:
Boyd took a personal interest in upgrading our 13/14 year old program in the spring of 2019.
Boyd was a pitcher for the Davidson Wildcats
He has been a coach for the Harry & Bryant 10-12 year old team, as well as multiple All Star teams for MPTLL since 2002.   
Boyd will be one of the head coaches this fall and focuses on pitching.
Bo Coggins
Former head coach at AG Middle School where his team won the 2019 conference championship
Bo has coached at MPTLL since 2014 when he coached his first Junior League team after his junior year at Hampden-Sydney College
Played at MPTLL from T-ball all the way until he was 16 on the Senior League team
Played at MPHS and played briefly in college at Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia.
Coached JV baseball at MPHS after graduating from HSC
Coached Senior American Legion for the Queen City Mustangs.
Currently he is an assistant coach for Harry and Bryant.
Brad Daniel
Brad played varsity baseball in Oklahoma for Bartlesville High School, lettering three years from 1994-1996 as a Pitcher, first baseman and outfielder.
He played summer baseball ball in Arkansas for the Arkansas Sports, a team he was part of that made it to the 1996 Dixie World Series.
After moving to Charlotte, he started coaching at Myers Park in the fall of 2012. He has head coached several regular season teams at the Minors level, and managed or assisted several of the League’s all star teams.
He currently is also an assistant for Al Browne in the MP Majors League. Brad’s passion for the game is rooted in teaching, competition and providing an outlet for young men to grow life skills and experience through baseball and passing the love for the game on to the next generation of baseball players.
Ben Little

Son of League President Rich Little, Ben brings a wealth of outfield and infield knowledge to the coaching staff.

Ben played his whole career at MPTLL including Junior League and a member of the 2009 District Championship team

After MPTLL he played 4 years for MPHS and went on to get a Masters Degree in Sports Management from the University of South Carolina

Assistant Baseball coach at AG Middle School in 2019 and 2020



Tim Maurizio

Tim played college baseball at Cazenovia College in upstate New York where he was a left handed pitcher

He currently is an assistant coach for Al Browne and will be helping with the Junior League pitchers