REGISTER NOW FOR 2017 SEASON!
Minors/Majors Registration (ages 7-12) ($60)
March-June: at least 2 games and 2 practices per week
Farm League Registration (ages 4-6) ($30)
April 14th -June 9th: every Friday from 5:30-6:30pm, some Saturday morning games
*Most games played at Donnelly Field, on Willow/York/Berkshire Streets
BOSTON COMMON BASEBALL!
May 4th and May 11th 5:30pm.
Our Major league teams have been invited to play exhibition games on the Boston Common! Our opponents will be Hill House Little League who have graciously extended an invitation to play some baseball in Boston's backyard! Come cheer us on! Thank you Hill House!
LITTLE LEAGUE RULES 2017
POSITIVE COACHING ALLIANCE (PCA)
East Cambridge Little Baseball League is happy to announce a partnership with the Positive Coaching Alliance (also partnered with the MLB). This includes workshops for coaches and parents with a focus on positivity in youth sports.
Workshop dates will be announced soon!
March 18, 2017 TRYOUTS/DRAFT
Saturday March 18, 2017
Frisoli Youth Center, 61 Willow Street, Cambridge
New Players arrival: 10am
Returning Draft eligibles arrival: 11am
Registration Fee: $60
Please bring a baseball glove (no cleats please)
*No experience necessary, everyone is placed on a team
*Farm League welcome to pay registration on this day
*Special Thanks to Prospect Hill Academy School, St. Catherine of Genoa School, and all Cambridge Public Schools for helping us advertise!
Picture Day, Saturday April 29
Frisoli Youth Center 9am-2pm
Order Forms and Team times coming soon
Hit-A-Thon Friday May 19
We will be holding a Hit-A-Thon as a "FUN"draiser! Players from Farm to the Majors will get 20 pitches each, with a chance to raise money based on number and location of hits
Start raising your pledges as soon as you can!.
More info to come.
*Rain Date May 21
In Memoriam - Kevin Donnelly
It is with great sadness that we announce the unexpected passing of our League President Kevin Donnelly. We would like to thank Kevin and his family for the countless hours dedicated to East Cambridge Little Baseball League, often at the expense of his own family time. As many know, being a leader is often a thankless job but he accepted that position and worked very hard for the league as well as orchestrated a lot of improvements out of the kindness of his heart. Please keep his family and friends in your thoughts and prayers during this extremely difficult time. Special thoughts for his wife Esmeralda, and his three sons: Tyler, Jacob, and Zach.