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Spring Break Clinics by South Bay Sports Training

Spring Break Camps hosted by South Bay Sports Training


We hope you're all enjoying spring break! If your child wants extra baseball practice during this time off, South Bay Sports Training (a C.A.L.L. sponsor) is hosting baseball camps this week. Use discount code "league100" for $100 off the entire week or "league25" for $25 one day.

Sunday, June 15
Post Season News

Tournament of Champions (District 44)


GAME 1: SAT June 14th 10 am vs. Sunnyvale Metro @ Santa Clara Briarwood ((Bye in 1st round SINGLE ELIMINATION)

Majors TOC Bracket 

Giants 4   Sunnyvale Metro 5 

Down early 3-0 to Metro, CA Giants came back to take a 4-3 lead after 4 innings.  A 2-run triple by Jackson P scored Nick N and Coby C, and 2-run double by Nathan F scored Jackson P and Fred L to lead the attack. Nick N also had 3 hits.  However, Metro scored 2 in the bottom of the 5th and held our Giants in the top of 6th to pull out the victory.  Peter F pitched 4 innings of 3 hit ball, giving up 3 runs and striking out 4. Shree P pitched 1 inning giving up 2 runs on 2 hits with 1 SO.   


GAME 1: WED June 11th 5:30pm @ Sunnyvale Metro (Raynor Park)  vs. Los Altos. (SINGLE ELIMINATION)

Minors TOC Bracket 

A's 10   Los Altos 0

Backed by a dominating shutout pitching performance by William, the Minor A's scored 5 in the 3rd inning to cruise to a convincing win over Los Altos. Next Game Friday.

GAME 2: FRI June 13 5:30pm vs. Santa Clara Homestead @ Serra Park (730 The Dalles Avenue) 

A's 4  Santa Clara Homestead 14 


Game 1: 5:30pm 6/17/14 Cupertino National vs Cupertino American  @ LA Purissima (Ump=LA)

Cupertino National 11 vs Cupertino American 4

 Juniors TOC Bracket 


All Star Tournaments (District 44)

District 44 All Star Opening Ceremony @ San Jose Municipal Stadium 
June 21, 2014 at 12:00 noon 

In 2013, Japan won the Little League World series over the USA Little League champions from Chula Vista, Calif. Could this be Cupertino American's year to make it to Williamsport?  Dream big and achieve big.


GAME 1: TUES 5:30p June 24 vs. Tri-Cities @ Cupertino National (DOUBLE ELIMINATION)

Cup American 7 vs Tri-Cities 6 

GAME 2: THURS June 26 Mountain View vs Cup American @ SSLL-Farrell

Mountain View 12 vs Cup American 5 

GAME 3: 9:00am 6/28/14 Cup American vs Cup National @ MV-McKelvey

Mountain View 12 vs Cup American 5 


Junior All Star Bracket   

MANAGER: Art Destin

Coaches:  Jonathan Pflaum, Tony Thurman

ROSTER: (in no particular order)

  1. Ken Pflaum
  2. Andrew Destin
  3. Johnnie Teng
  4. Martin Thurman
  5. Walter Bonser
  6. Chris Civilikis
  7. Tatsumi Eng
  8. Alex Chang
  9. Trevor Weidner
  10. Garrett Riley
  11. Daniel Lien
  12. Justin Shin 

11-12 All Stars

GAME 1: MON 5:30p June 23rd vs. Santa Clara Westside @ Wilson Park (Tri Cities) (DOUBLE ELIMINATION) 

Santa Clara Westside 19   Cupertino American 0 

GAME 2: WED 5:30p June 25th @ Location: Los Altos  vs.SVL National

Cupertino American 9  Sunnyvale National 1

Homerun: Peter Fan

GAME 3: FRIDAY 5:30p June 27th @ Sunnyvale Metro vs. Mountain View 

Mountain View 5   Cupertino American 3 

11-12 All Star Bracket 

MANAGER: Geoff Chuang

COACHES: Richard Yao, Matt Keelan        

 ROSTER: (in Alphabetical order)

  1. Maxwell Chien
  2. Coby Chuang*
  3. Peter Fan*
  4. Nathan Fang*
  5. Ryan Kawamura*
  6. Matthew Keelan
  7. Luke Mitbo
  8. Nicolas Nguyen
  9. Diego Perez
  10. Ashwin Pasupathy
  11. Rio Suzuki
  12. James Yao*
Lucas Owens **
Shree Phadke **

* Voted in by Players
** Voted in by Players, but unavailable

10-11 All Stars 

GAME 1: THURS 5:30p June 26th vs. Santa Clara Westside @ Campbell (DOUBLE ELIMINATION)

SC Westside 22 vs Cup American 1 

GAME 2: SAT 10:00a June 28th Cup American vs Sunnyvale Southern @ SC Homestead

Cup American  11 vs Sunnyvale Southern 1

GAME 3: 5:30pm 6/30/14 Cup American vs SVL Metro @ @ Los Altos (Ump=LA) 

Cup American 0 vs SVL Metro 4 


10-11 All Star Bracket 

MANAGER: Kevin Eng 


ROSTER: (in alphabetical order)

  1. William Chang
  2. Roy Chien
  3. Tetsuo Eng
  4. Jonathan Huang
  5. Anshul Kamatala
  6. Fred Lee
  7. Ethan Lin
  8. Jason Lo
  9. Yash Maheshwaran
  10. Maya Palumbo
  11. Jackson Prudhon
  12. Daniel VanWiggeren
  13. Vivek Iyer

 (Due to too few players available during the All Star period, and the distribution of ages of the players available, the league determined it did not have enough players to form a 9-10 team.)

Volunteers Needed for TOC & All Stars

10-11 All Star 5:30pm 7/1/14 Loser 12 vs Winner 9 @ Cup American (Ump=CA)

Volunteer Sheet Google Document 

We need the following positions to be filled:

  • Scorekeeper
  • Scoreboard operator
  • Pitch counter
  • Announcer
  • Field set-up (bases, banners and flagpole/flag)
  • Field teardown (put bases away, take down banners, flagpole/flag)
  • Concession sales
  • Overall Tournament game host 

Thursday, November 7
Welcome to the 2014 Season!

We are excited to begin another fun season of baseball here at Cupertino American Little League!
Please take a moment to review the changes that have been made based on our league's parent feedback.

With the objective of placing your child at the appropriate level, the registration process has been simplified from being defined by division to now being defined by your child's age (as of April 30). Fees are also based on your child's age. Tryouts and Evaluations will still be held. Be sure to register by December 7, 2013 to avoid a late fee of $30. 

With approximately 200 children participating in C.A.L.L. each year, it takes a tremendous amount of work to run our league. To encourage volunteer participation, and to be equitable to all families, C.A.L.L. is implementing a Volunteer Deposit Program that's now commonly being used by youth sports leagues. 

As has been done in other neighboring leagues in the area, at the Document Verification Session, each family will be required to issue a $200 Volunteer Deposit Check to C.A.L.L.. At season's end, families that have completed both their TEAM and LEAGUE volunteering obligations will have their $200 checks shredded. Families that do not complete their TEAM and LEAGUE volunteering obligations will forfeit their $200 to C.A.L.L.

As usual, Team Parents will coordinate TEAM volunteering duties (e.g. field set-up & clean-up, post-game snacks, dugout monitoring, scorekeeping, party planning, etc). Everyone on a team will be counted on to contribute in all capacities as needed. Team Parents will monitor participation and notify C.A.L.L.'s Volunteer Administrator at season's end to verify who's fulfilled their TEAM volunteering obligations.

For LEAGUE volunteering, C.A.L.L. will be tracking participation through a Google Doc at The minimum requirement is for each family to complete either one blue-labeled job or two yellow-labeled jobs. We trust that you will find something to help C.A.L.L. provide the best possible experience for our kids.

Players for Farm A, Farm AA, Minors and Majors are required to attend the Skills Assessment at Meyerholz in January to ensure that they're placed at the level which best matches their abilities. 

C.A.L.L. will be also be holding Parent Orientation at Meyerholz concurrently with the Skills Assessment to maximize your time. Parent Orientation attendance is mandatory for families participating in Tee Ball, Farm A, Farm AA and those new to Minors and Majors. You will have many team responsibilities throughout the season, so you'll need to learn those jobs such as raking/dragging/watering the field, setting up banners, scorekeeping, etc. 

The Snack Shack is planning to be open only during Saturday games and special league events. This should alleviate the stress of getting volunteers to work the Snack Shack on weekdays. Also, Snack Shack duty is no longer considered a TEAM requirement but it'll be counted towards your LEAGUE volunteering obligation. However, in order for the Snack Shack to be open this season, the league must have a couple of parents volunteer to be the Snack Shack Coordinators.

A well-run baseball league is expensive. The cost for each player to participate in C.A.L.L. is about $400 due to expenditures for uniforms, equipment, field maintenance, league events, etc. Your registration fee covers only a portion of that, so getting sponsorships and doing fundraisers are necessary to keep C.A.L.L. viable. Please obtain pledges for this year's Ultimate Skills Challenge and support the Dine-Out events when they're scheduled. If you can help obtain sponsors, sign up for the Sponsorship Committee to satisfy your League volunteering requirement.
Nov 8th - 2014 Registration is Live
Nov 17th - Doc Verification #1 @ Armadillo Willy's
Dec 7th - Doc Verification #2 @ Armadillo Willy's
Jan 5th - Doc Verification #3 @ Meyerholz (during Practice Evaluation 3:00-4:15pm)
Jan 11th - Player Skills Assessment #1 & Parent Orientation @ Meyerholz
Jan 25th - Player Skills Assessment (Make-up) @ Meyerholz
Feb 1st - Manager & Coaching Clinic (all-day) @ Meyerholz
Mar 1st - Uniform Distribution Party @ All Star Academy
Mar 8th - Opening Day & Picture Day
May 4th (or 3rd) - Ultimate Skills Challenge Fundraiser Event
June 7th - Closing Day
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