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For many of our players, their time in Little League was just a start. Below are just some who played baseball for Del Mar Little League and continued on playing at the High School, College, and for a rare few in the pros.

2022 Congratulations to Garrett Stubbs and his first home run in the Majors. Video

2021 Congratulations to Carson Williams on his FIRST round selection by the Tampa Bay Rays in the 2021 MLB Draft. Best of Luck to Carson on the start of his Major League Career.


If there is someone you know that continued playing beyond High School, please let us know and we will add them to this page. When you do please identify their last season at Del Mar Little League and the year they graduated High School. Also if you have a picture from their days in Del Mar and later in college or the professional we will add that. 


Del Mar Little League 2015 or 2016, High School 2021

Carlson Williams  1st Round Tampa Bay Rays


Del Mar Little League 2014 or 2015, High School 2020

Bryce Grudzielanek, Torrey Pines – UCLA


Del Mar Little League 2013 or 2014, High School 2019



Del Mar Little League 2012 or 2013, High School 2018

MJ Metz -  Trinity College

Badley Polinski - Washington State University


Del Mar Little League 2011 or 2012, High School 2017

Seth Bernstein - Emory University

Sammy Benbow - Lewis and Clark College

Shane Jones - Menlo College

Hugo Kinerbuchi-Southern Nazarene University


Del Mar Little League 2010 or 2011, High School 2016

Max Spencer - Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY

Josh Sidney - Valparaiso University

James Rutledge - Swarthmore College

Evan Trausch - Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY

Jordan Chang-PLNU


Player Names in Blue you can click on for more information.


Del Mar Little League 2009 or 2010, High School 2015

Cole Acosta -- North Carolina State

Cole Klemke -- University of Nebraska

Cameron (CJ) Stubbs - USC, Drafted in the 10th Round by the Houston Astros

Dylan Gargas- Grossmont College, Penn State

Colby Morris - Middlebury College, Signed by the New York Mets. For details about his signing click  here


Del Mar Little League 2008 or 2009, High School 2014

Jake Gotta DMLL 2008, Long Beach City


Del Mar Little League 2008 or 2007, High School 2013

Jack Kaloogian -- Saddleback College


Del Mar Little League 2006 or 2007, High School 2012

Kyle Johnson -- Purdue, then signed with the New York Yankees Organization

Luc Rennie -- Drafted 16th Round 2012 MLB Draft - Baltimore Orioles

Brock Larson -- University of San Francisco

John Remick -- Kansas

Garrett Stubbs -USC, MLB Houston Astros, including being on the team during the 2019 World Series













Above and to your right is our own Garrett Stubbs as a 12-year-old playing for the Astros and to the right for, yep, the same team, the Houston Astros.


Del Mar Little League 2005 or 2006, High School 2011

Matt Malott -Occidental College, CCA Coach, Kansas City Royals-Player Development Coach

Nick Gotta - Northwest Missouri State, then signed with the Santa Fe Fuego


Del Mar Little League 2004 or 2005, High School 2010

Cade Gotta – Drafted by the Tampa Bay Rays in the 26th of the 2014 MLB

Joey Denato- Indiana, then drafted by the Phillies in the 19th Round 

Keegan Yuhl - Drafted by the Houston Astros in the 35th Round

Ryan Lischer - Arizona Christian

Chris Bianchi - Trinity (TX)

Danny Tyson - Northwestern

Josh Sabourin - Palomar



Jerrud Sabourin-DMLL 2002: Indiana. Signed as a free agent by the Cleveland Indians

Trevor Hutchinson-DMLL 1992: UC Berkeley. Drafted by the Pirates, 35th Round, 1998; Mets, 20th Round, 2001; Marlins, 3rd Round, 2002.

Adam Johnson-DMLL 1991, Cal St. Fullerton. Drafted by the Twins, 25th Round, 1997; Twins, 1st Round (#2 overall), 2000. MLB debuted with the Twins in 2001.

Chad Hutchinson-DMLL 1989: Stanford. Drafted by the Braves, 1st Round, 1995; Cardinals, 2nd Round, 1998. MLB debuted with the Cardinals in 2001. Quarterback at Stanford and in the NFL with the Cowboys and Bears.


Links to Stories About Our Former Players

Kyle Johnson at Purdue.


Former Del Mar Little League players drafted into Pros


1991 All-Stars 20-Year Reunion