Maryland State Umpires Association - MSUA
The 20th Annual Little League Baseball/Softball
MSUA State Clinic will be held on Saturday, February 28, 2015.
Maryland District 5 is hosting the clinic at Rising Sun Middle School, Rising Sun, MD
The primary focus for 2015 Clinic will be physical plate
and field mechanics with some overview of rules and/or rule changes.
We look forward to seeing you at this very special training event.
The Maryland State Umpire Association (MSUA) is a representation
of volunteer Umpires committed and dedicated to officiating Little League baseball and softball games/activities
across the State of Maryland and the District of Columbia; MSUA is endorsed by both Little League International and the
Little League East Region.
The vision of our founding leadership was simple, to improve the officiating
of Little League baseball and softball across our State and Washington DC. For more than 20 years, the
success of our Association can be seen in the extraordinary number MSUA volunteer Umpires selected for Little
League International World Series and Regional Tournament Championship; across all levels in both baseball
MSUA Umpires routinely answer the call of duty for District,
Sectional and State Baseball and Softball tournaments. We are extremely proud of our Umpires, all whom shared their dedication
and commitment to Little League Baseball and Softball across the State of Maryland, the Little League East Region and wherever
we are called upon; consistent with the MSUA Charter.
The Maryland Statue Umpires Association (MSUA) is a non-profit Organization affiliated
with Little League International and the Eastern Region Baseball and Softball programs.
The goals of MSUA are
- Formally document MSUA Members Post Season Little
League International Post Season Tournament Experience; value-added service for League Officials seeking high quality, experience
Umpires for State Level Tournaments
- Represent all MSUA Members
at the highest levels of Little League Baseball and Softball leadership
- Develop, improve, and perpetuate the highest standards of baseball and softball officiating
- Promote basic and advanced Umpire training, education opportunities and constructive
- Promote and encourage the spirit of fair
play and sportsmanship
- Improve and standardize the techniques and
procedures used by Little League entrusted officials
- Develop and
maintain professional and cooperative relationships between Umpires, Coaches and League Administration Officers
across Maryland and the Little League East Region
all Maryland and District of Columbia (DC) Districts with the best qualified baseball and softball Umpires at all levels as
well as for regular season and championship play
- Ensure that each
District and it's Leagues are committed to consistently following Little League International's ASAP safety program.