Team UP

Started in 2015, Team UP is a cornerstone program that supports 28 leagues (nine in DC, 16 in VA and three in MD), more than 1,400 teams, and serves more than 16,000 kids.

Originally designed to defray costs by providing uniform merchandise, Team UP quickly became a robust, multi-dimensional program offering opportunities that cultivate a passion for baseball. Team UP leagues are members in the program and receive unique benefits. In addition to no-cost merchandise, over the years member leagues have received:

  • Personal player visits
  • Free ticket game days
  • Unique experiences including marching in the World Series parade, mascot visits, free WinterFest attendance, ceremonial first pitches, etc.
  • Free clinics

Baseball has the unique capacity to unite and Team UP continues to build a shared excitement across the region while creating a diverse and cross-sectional community of youth players.

If your child plays in one of these Team UP member leagues, your family can receive email communication from the Nationals about Team UP membership activities, youth baseball opportunities and tips for your young player.

D.C.
Little League

  • Banneker City
  • Capitol City
  • Capitol Hill
  • DCPR Rookie League
  • Joint Base Anacostia Boling
  • Mamie Johnson
  • Northwest
  • Senators Satchel Paige
  • Ward 8

Virginia
Little League

  • Annandale-N. Springfield
  • Chantilly
  • Coles
  • Fairfax
  • Falls Church
  • Mason District
  • Reston Herndon
  • Southwest Youth Assn.
  • Vienna

Virginia Cal Ripken
Babe Ruth

  • Arlington Babe Ruth
  • Arlington Senior Babe Ruth
  • Herndon Reston Youth Baseball
  • Northern Fairfax County
  • Pioneer Youth Baseball
  • Southwest Youth Assn.

Virginia Military
Leagues

  • Ft. Belvoir
  • Quantico

Maryland
RBI

  • Montgomery County
  • Prince George’s County
  • Rockville Baseball

Parents, register to receive email communications from the Nationals about exclusive Team UP membership activities, youth baseball opportunities and tips for your youth player.

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