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Welcome To Kyle Chapman Pony League
Henry F, Gomez, MD
(832) 746 4727
6400 Bissonnet
Bayland Park
Houston, Texas
77074
About the Kyle Chapman PONY Spring Program
Kyle Chapman PONY League is dedicated to preparing baseball players for advancement to the next level of play, which is High School baseball and beyond. We expect the same dedication to baseball as High School coaches will demand in the High School programs.

THERE ARE THREE LEVELS OF PLAY AT KC. This enables all players to participate on a level that each is most capable.

The AMERICAN LEAGUE is for developing player skills that may have not been fully developed in the Little League program. If a player is a marginal player, it should be requested during registration he play in the American League as a 13 Y/O to help get more playing time.

The NATIONAL LEAGUE is the more competitive league for the players that have developed faster through their Little League years. This League will have 7 or 8 14 Y/O on each team and the remainder of the team will be made up of promising 13 Y/O players. PONY regulates the maximum number of 14 Y/Os to be 8 per team.

SELECT TEAMS The newest addition to the KC Program was implemented in the Fall 2002 Season. The League created a Select Program for week-end play, to give the more talented players opportunity to play against a very high level of competition. They will play against the better BUSA and PONY teams in the area in 3 or 4 week-end tournaments. Practice will be on week-ends which there are no games, at each coaches' discretion. These teams are made up on an By Invitation Only basis. There will be at least one each 13 Y/O and 14 Y/O team. Players must play on a KC Spring Season team to be eligible for Select Teams.

For the Spring of 2003 there is the possibility of a second team in each age group. The Second Team would play in a Sunday double header against other PONY League Classic Teams and one or two tournaments. The Second Teams will depend solely on the discretion of the KC Decision Committee. The Second Teams will be formed only if it is determined that the teams will have enough skilled position players to be competitive.

What does PONY stand for?
PONY is an acronym for Protect Our Nation's Youth. The concept for name originally came from boys at the local YMCA in Washington, PA and stood for "Protect Our Neighborhood Youth," but when PONY became an international program in the early 1950's "Neighborhood" was switched to "Nation's."
Kyle Chapman Pony League - Houston Texas
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