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League Information

Dear Youth Baseball Enthusiast,
Welcome to AAD/USSSA, our mission is to provide a quality, competitive recreational experience to the area's youth.  We are currently registering teams for the upcoming league and tournament season. We project the spring and fall programs will be played at the current facilities with the potential of additional facilities as the program grows. 
Amenities UNIQUE to this program:
  • A program where the coaches will steer many of the programs dynamics such as playing rules, equipment restrictions, strength of competition. 
  • Willingness to schedule your games to accommodate your teams needs
  • Sanctioned, trained and compensated USSSA Officials * 
  • USSSA sanctioning, field maintenance and insurance provided
  • Top grain leather game balls provided * 
  • National Invitational and World Championship berths available to teams in all divisions
  • All teams will qualify for the State Championships
  • Experienced amateur athletic staff totaling more than 45 years of management and promotion
  • Protected playground for the children at some facilities
  • Concessions & indoor restrooms at some facilities
Please review this web site thoroughly for all necessary information. Refer to the “Dates to Remember” link for the most current start and deadline dates for the league and tournament program in the upcoming season. We look forward to talking to you and getting your team registered for the exciting and fast approaching programs. For more information email –

Review the dates to remember calendar for the next meeting. 

Once the cost options are confirmed for the next league, the Managers Packet and forms will be emailed to the managers in the current database.

Dana Gilmer - Director AAD/Abq USSSA                  


ID Badge Process for ALL League Coaches and Managers

NOTE 1.5.20 - A new process will be rolled out using the national USSSA contracted organization (JDP) as the background check service.  As a team Manager, when you log into the national USSSA web site you will be asked if you have passed a background check within the last year.  If you have not you will be prompted to complete the JDP process.  

Be sure and list each coach on the national web site's roster.

To add your coaches, after you log in on the national USSSA web site (, you will:

1. Select the CURRENT team.
2. Click the Team Details & Photos link
3. Next to the team name is a "Jump To" drop down menu - select "Manage My Coaches/Admins"
4. Add New Coaches Information and assign the permissions.  

To obtain the ID Badge each person must have completed and passed a background check  AND complete the CDC Concussion Training and once the "Green Light" background check is completed each person is to follow the below process:

Email, at one time, (once all items are complete), with the below items:

  1. Photo copy of your driver’s license

  2. Provide your cell phone number so we can text the picture of the badge to for use until you receive the physical badge.  The physical badge will be delivered to your next game.

  3. JPEG of the photo you want on your ID badge

  4. Copy of the completed and passed the JDP background check.

  5. Copy of the completed CDC Concussion Training Certificate.  If you don’t have a copy you can print it from the CDC site.

  6. Copy of the signed and current AAD/USSSA Code of Conduct

  7. Make your $10.00 payment to the AAD/USSSA PayPal account.

    1. To make the payment you’ll need to have a PayPal account and once logged in simply make the $10.00 payment to our email address –

The cost of these ID badges is NOT part of the team’s fees and are the responsibility of each manager/coach.  Every person, 18 or older, on the field or in the dugout during any AAD/USSSA league game must have and wear an identification badge during each game.  If you already have an ID Badge, from a previous league, you do not need to get another one until that badge expires.

USSSA Baseball Guest Player Information

Follow this link for assistance on adding a guest player to your team

Enhanced Registration Requirements For League


Effective July 1st 2018 any team or academy program that has in the past or with credible knowledge, plans in the future to violate, in the Albuquerque MSA, Article XVII, Section 7 (e) of the USSSA Constitution AND requests to participate in any AAD/USSSA event will require a Non-Compete Agreement (NCA) be enforce before being allowed to participate in any AAD/USSSA event. 

This does not affect the individual participants eligibility.  Each participant is welcome and encouraged to participate, just not on any team that has not meet the NCA requirement.

Contrary to propaganda distributed by some other event organizers, AAD nor USSSA has any restrictions on teams participating in non-USSSA sanctioned events.  In fact, AAD/USSSA encourages all kids/teams to participate in their local Little League programs.  

* Additional registration requirements may be required from teams with a history of Code of Conduct, AAD Policies or USSSA Constitution violations.