Let's Get This Season Started!!
The celebration begins at 8AM until approximately 2PM
3:00 Let the Baseball Games Begin!!
Here is the schedule of the Hit-a-thon. This year we are using the pitching machine for AA-Majors and will adjust speed once for each level. Players from each division will need to participate with their division and late arrivals will not be able to be accommodated. Tball through Single A will hit from the tee. Longest fly ball wins in AA-Majors and furthest distance on the roll wins in T-ball - Single A. A minimum sponsorship of $10 is required to participate. See your team parent for the sponsor form.
8:00 - Majors
*8:30 - AAA
*9:00 - AA
*9:30-Tball - Single A
* We have no way of knowing in advance how many participants will have at each level so please be patient with us as we work as quickly as possible. The next division should be ready prior to the posted start time of their division.
The Picture schedule is posted just below. Please do not request time changes. We have 50 teams to get through and have to stay on schedule. Thank you in advance for your understanding.
Angel Day is May 7, 12:35 pm vs Astros.
Tickets will be sold at Opening Day for $25 (only 100 tickets available) for Club Level seating and $31 for Field Box Seats (275 available). Tickets will sell out so get them while they last. Teams should purchase tickets together to ensure you sit together.
Purchase your 2017 Casino Night tickets starring Flash Pants at opening day for the super low price of $30. That is a $20 discount tot he door price of $50 at the door and we sold out last year. Don't miss out on an incredible fun night with your East Hills LL community!
The AA Dodgers received a special treat when Manager Mike Rubel showed up to practice with legendary knuckleballer Charlie Hough who had a record setting 25 year career in the big leagues. Apparently he taught the whole team how to throw knuckleballs. Watch out AA division.
During a 25-season career, Hough compiled 216 wins, 2,362 strikeouts and a 3.75 earned run average. His 216 wins ranks 82nd all-time on the all-time win list, tied with Wilbur Cooper and Curt Schilling.
2/21 - Fields are open!
For future reference: The field statuses below will be updated by 3:15 on rain days and days following a rain day. Any per location status differences (if any) will be noted below each location.