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"He is just a little boy..."
05/07/2012
He Is Just a Little Boy By Chaplain Bob Fox He...
What size bat is appropriate for my child?
12/06/2011
The first thing you need to know BEFORE buying a bat is that some...
Composite baseball bat (FAQ)
01/08/2011
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2015 Farm and T-Ball Division Rosters

2015 Farm Division

Aberdeen Ironbirds Ogden Raptors Lakewood Blueclaws Lansing Lugnuts Bowling Green Hotrods Sacramento Rivercats
           
Repici, A  Chafe, J  Ferriera, J  Dutton, Z  Tenczar, J  Cantasecco, M 
Berton, K Blanchette, Q Williams, B Grant, C  Tondino, J  Estell, L 
Davidson, J Lindsey, C Forestiere, M  Cote, A  Sprague, M Gendreau, J
St. Pierre, M,  Hardy, Ke. Dickey, A * Colby, B Koes, E Troung, K
Muise, P Haraldson, A Spaulding, S Borak, L Stupack, J Wyman, M
Phommoa, C  Kenney, B Croteau, B  Rolfs, A Leonard, R Kelly, M
Tshudy, B Montminy, E Beineke, T Maxwell, R Tondreault, N Menear, C
Chandonnet, Z Koch, G Ducharme, D Wheatley, W L'Hereaux, M Menear, R
Greenwood, D Sheehan, J Figueroa, C Morin, R Huberty, A Kulian, E
Afzal, R Louh, Z Berard, B  Otero, D Eason, R Miller, J
Barad, S      Peranelli, D    Rodrigue, B 

 

2015 T-Ball Division

 

Lehigh Valley Ironpigs Mudcats Scrappers Timber Rattlers
       
Barad, I Peterson, C Pare, S  Forde, J 
McCarthy, D Sutton, B  Ayotte, D Martony, A
Mcaneney, N Killion, J Castles, S Kirkpatrick, F
Tshudy, J Goroshko, L Gurrerro, G Clark, M
Gioia, K Goroshko, B Fitzgerald, A Colpa, L
Musto, J Edwards, E Raymond, M Fondakowski, S
Tondreault, C Afzal, H Ascollillo, H Deoleo, K
St.Jean, G  Nickerson, E Sullivan, K # Louh, N
McCarthy, A Kulian, C Maslanak, B Todd, M
Baviello, N  Tosto, G    

by posted 04/17/2015
2015 Majors & Minors team rosters
MAJORS DODGERS MAJORS RED SOX MAJORS REDS  
JOSH LETENDRE BRYCE BIENVENU ALEXANDER STEVENS  
ETHAN PATTEN DYLAN SANTOSUOSSO COLBY WALSH  
TYLER MILLER BRAYDEN ALLEN ETHAN VAWTER  
CONNOR HAMILTON CHRIS DAVIS JACK CARMODY  
EVAN ZAKREWSKI COLIN FERRIS JACOB ALBERT  
ALEX CARROLL RICK TOOHEY JUSTIN CORBETT  
AIDEN PATTEN WILL KANE KYLE GENDREAU  
BEN RODRIGUE JUSTIN PIKE MATT MUISE  
ZACH JONES NICK PETERS MIKE GENDREAU  
AIDEN HEGAN MATTTHEW SANTOSUOSSO SCOTTY PAQUETTE  
CONNOR DUFFY NOAH COPPINGER TIM O'CONNOR  
JON AUSTIN DAN MOORE TY PROVENCAL  
       
       
MINORS RIVER BANDITS MINORS DURHAM BULLS MINORS SEA DOGS MINORS THUNDER
ADRIAN VILLANUEVA MASON KETELAAR MEMPHIS PATTERSON AIDAN GUSTAFSON
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HENRY PAQUETTE MADDOX KETELAAR KYLE ELIE CHRIS RODRIGUE
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JACK KOUTROBIS BRADLEY SPRAGUE RYAN LYNDE NOLAN DREW
JUSTIN DESMARAIS BRADY HEGAN PETER HEMMERDINGER NICK MUISE
KYLE HARDY DEIGO JIMENEZ JACKSON BECOTTE ADDIE BREAULT
MATT BENSON LOGAN DUMONT NICK PIKE MATTHEW TODINO
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RJ WHITING JACK BEAUCHAMP MATTHEW MIGLIORE JESSE KILLION
RYAN KOES JOSH MACNEIL RICKY LACOSS BRAYDEN CHEUNG

by posted 03/18/2015
2015 Important Dates to remember

 

April 6th - All Baseball registration closes for all levels of play

Mid - April - All Tee-Ball and Farm Division teams will be assembled and you will hear from your head coach at that time.

April 20th - T-Ball and Farm coaches meeting - 6pm, Muldoon Park Snack Shack

May 4th - Regular season starts for Pelham Baseball!

May 9th - 8:30am arrival - PELHAM BASEBALL "OPENING DAY" CELEBRATION ... most teams will play a game on this day.

May 30th - Team Picture day at Muldoon Park - schedule to follow

June 5th - Pelham Baseball Night with the New Hampshire Fisher Cats

 

 

 


by posted 02/27/2015
"He is just a little boy..."
He Is Just a Little Boy
By Chaplain Bob Fox

He stands at the plate
with his heart pounding fast.
The bases are loaded,
the die has been cast.
Mom and Dad cannot help him,
he stands all alone.
A hit at this moment
would send his team home.
The ball meets the plate,
he swings and he misses.
There's a groan from the crowd,
with some boos and some hisses.
A thoughtless voice cries,
"Strike out the bum."
Tears fill his eyes,
the game's no longer fun.
So open up your heart
and give him a break,
for it's moments like this,
a man you can make.
Please keep this in mind
when you hear someone forget,
He is just a little boy,
and not a man yet.

posted 05/07/2012
What size bat is appropriate for my child?
The first thing you need to know BEFORE buying a bat is that some bats have ben banned by Little League International and are not allowed on the field at Little League games:
http://www.littleleague.org/media/newsarchive/2011/Sep-Dec/LLAnnouncesBatRuleChangesfor2012Season.htm

AND you can also see the list of approved bats on the Little League website at: http://www.littleleague.org/learn/equipment/approvedcompbats.htm

All questions surrounding which bats are approved for Pelham Little League Baseball can be directed to our Umpire In Chief, Dave Masiello at 

So if you are thinking about buying a bat for your child for the upcoming baseball season, it's a good idea to keep the following points in mind:

2) How long will my child use the same bat for?
You'll easily get one season, you might get two, but it's very difficult to get three seasons out of a bat. Kids grow so quickly at this age, don't they? But the bat could be used for 10+ years so by all means once your child outgrows the bat, sell it on eBay, the message board, or donate it to Pelham Baseball if you have the means to do so.

3) Length of bat?
Bats in Little League run from 26"-32". So a general rule of thumb is to get a bat with a length of ONE to TWO DIGITS LESS than the age of your child. An 8 year old could most likely handle a 26-27 inch bat, 9 year old = 27-28", 10 year old = 28-29", 11 year old 29-30", and so forth. But this is only a guide based on the average size of kids this age. If your son or daughter is bigger or smaller than the average kid at their age level, consider a heavier or lighter bat accordingly. ** No matter what your child tells you, most kids at the majors level cannot handle a 32" bat! **

4) Materials?
Most common and cost effective is aluminum. Until they get to the majors level an aluminum bat is ideal. Once the kids start moving up and getting more competitive and are challenged by adavnced pitching, a more expensive bat can certainly be helpful (based on ones budget of course.)

Advanced bats include space aged materials like titanium and graphite which help spread the weight out within a bat and enlarge the sweet spot.

5) Color/Look/Feel?
Believe it or not, the color, look and feel matters to the kids. If the bat feels good, there's a better chance the player will be more confidant at the plate. Baseball players are a superstitious bunch!
by posted 12/06/2011
Composite baseball bat (FAQ)
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Dear Little League Volunteers,
 
Little League International has posted a "Frequently-Asked Questions" article regarding the recent moratorium on composite baseball bats, as well as a list of licensed baseball bats with a 2 1/4 inch maximum diameter that are currently approved for use in the baseball divisions of Little League (Little League [Majors] Division and below).
 
You can access the article and list by clicking on this link: 
http://www.littleleague.org/media/newsarchive/2010/Sep-Dec/LLBBCompositeBatMoratoriumFAQ.htm 
 
Please feel free to forward this information to volunteers and parents in your district/league.
 
Sincerely,
Little League International
 

by posted 01/08/2011
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