About District 4

District 4 Little League encompasses 17 leagues, 9 leagues in the city and 8 in the neighboring towns of Holden, Clinton, Boylston, West Boylston, Paxton, Rutland, Berlin, and Sterling. We have over 4,200 children ages 4-16 playing baseball and softball. This includes our 2 district programs the Challenger division for our physically and emotionally challenged children and our Senior Softball Program. This coming season we are looking to expand to the 50-70 baseball division. This division will allow our 13 yr. olds an opportunity to play in a competitive division while learning to adjust to a larger diamond. We are very excited about being able to expand our program for these players.


2019 All-Star Tournament

It’s that time of year again!  The 2019 All-Star Tournament where Little Leagues throughout District 4 select 12-13 players to represent their League in this competition.  These children have completed playing their regular season games and are now playing in Little League’s All-Star Tournament.   The 8/9/10 year old division kicked off the tournaments this weekend.  We have 3 divisions of baseball and softball vying for the title of District 4 Champion in each of these divisions of baseball and softball.  That translates to approximately 475 youngsters! Please check the schedules we have posted here or like us on our Facebook … Continue reading 2019 All-Star Tournament


Congratulations to Kevin Roy

Kevin took the Umpire course offered by Dt. 4 subsequently he became a Dt. 4 umpire. This year he will be umpiring the East Regional Major Softball Tournament hosted in Bristol, CT. This will be his second regional tournament, his first was right here in Worcester-The Senior Softball regional. This puts him in line for a future World Series. We wish him well and know he will proudly represent MA Dt. 4 umpires!


2019 Umpire Course

Mark McGill and Dean Harris conduct an 8 week course, February-April 6:30-8:30 pm day of week to be determined. This course is designed for anyone ages 15+ interested in becoming a Little League Umpire.