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The season is almost here! - Wednesday, March 19, 2014

The Opening Day PSLL Parade will take place Saturday, April 5 from 8:15am-9:30am and all members are asked to attend. We will be celebrating the re-opening of our newly refurbished baseball field at Con Edison with many dignitaries and special guests!

Our season will start for some of our older divisions on the weekend of March 29th and 30th. Teeball, instructional softball and the 7's and 8's will begin on the weekend of April 5th and 6th after the parade.

 
About Peter Stuyvesant Little League

The Peter Stuyvesant Little League, chartered with Little League Baseball in 1956, has over 750 children playing baseball & softball in a safe, secure environment. The children range in age from 5 to 16 years of age. Our boundary, as set by Little League Baseball, is between 14th and 72nd Streets and between the FDR Drive and Fifth Avenue.

 

PSLL stresses teamwork, sportsmanship and commitment. Players should not miss games unless absolutely necessary. Parents, its your responsibility to support the league in this matter. Not attending a game lets your teammates down and your manager & coach undermanned. Please get your kids to the game early and ready to play.


Please read the waivers that apply to the PSLL. You must live within the boundaries as set forth by Little League Baseball (no exceptions); you must adhere to the age cutoff dates (no exceptions). Do not forget to check where you will volunteer a minimum of 6 hours. Should you not be able to, or chose not to volunteer a $100.00 will be added to your application. New players to the League will be required to produce a copy of their birth certificate to be kept on file in the League office.


Ask yourself.... as a volunteer have I done my fair share? The league asks for parents to do six hours of volunteer work. If you have not done so, please contact a Board Member to see where your services can be utilized.



Congratulations PSLL Majors Baseball District 23 Champions!

The Road Warriors strung together wins over North Riverdale, Greenwich Village, West Side and Harlem LL to capture the District 23 title...the league's first in 57 years! The team then went on to win its first ever Section 5 game 3-0 over Franklin Square LL on Sunday, July 14. The following night the team had a heartbreaking 1-0 loss to South Shore American LL from Staten Island. And on July 17, the fairy tale season concluded with another tough, but competitive loss to Oceanside National LL. Well done to all the players, coaches and supporters!