History & Info
Dundas Little League began with a group of volunteers in 1954. Land was secured from the town and a ball diamond was constructed on King Street East in the late 1950’s. In 1960, this park was named after the late Mickey Martino, one of a number of early leaders in the Dundas Little League baseball community. In later years, a T-ball diamond was built at Kinsmen Park on Mercer St. and renamed Edwards Memorial Park after former Dundas Mayor Bert Edwards.
Numerous Provincial and National Championships have been hosted by Dundas Little League at Martino Park with the most recent in 1987 and 1994.
Throughout the history of Dundas Little League, the key to it’s success has come from volunteers, who have served as coaches, umpires, League Executives. The league has also been fortunate to receive support from numerous businesses and individuals over the years.
If you are interested in making a difference in your community and to youth baseball, contact the league office about volunteer opportunities.