Neartown Little League: Welcome

Weber Field
Players and fans enjoy a beautiful 2014 Opening Day at Weber Field!
Saturday, March 29

What a fantastic Opening Day we had with almost 150 players and their parents, relatives and friends all attending the ceremonies at Hilton Field.

We had several VIPs come out for the festivities, including Councilman David Robinson, who threw out the First Pitch of the Season!

If you made it out for the parade and ceremonies, thanks for coming, and if you missed it, we hope to see you next time!

Thursday, April 3

Our regular Spring Season Registration is now CLOSED.  If you have interest in participating for this season - or with us for the Fall - we do have a waiting list dependent upon individual team needs.  Please speak directly to a Coach or email the League President:

  Cris Bera,

 to express your interest.

News Articles and Press Releases about NLL

Little League Baseball, Inc. - Dr. Wilford Weber to Receive Posthumous Little League Urban Initiative Volunteer of the Year Award

Houston Chronicle - Neartown Little League's Will Weber Recalled as a Visionary

Houston Chronicle - Baseball Breeds an Intangible Value / Neartown Little League Good for Players, Community as a Whole

Little League Baseball, Inc. - Little League International Board of Directors Attend Dedication of Eric Hilton Field in Houston

Sunday, April 28
NLL Presents to City Council

At the March 19th meeting of Houston's City Council, Neartown Little League made a short presentation to give the Mayor the ball she threw out for the First Pitch of the 2012 season & a Neartown LL logo baseball cap..

All Council Members were very supportive of the League and were appreciative of the work we do to help maintain fantastic baseball fields and provide team sports opportunities for our neighborhood's kids.

Special thanks to those Board Members able to attend - Ed Gonzales, Dawn Mena, Joseph Hebert, William Keller & Cris Bera.  A replay of the presentation can be found at this link - NLL was first on the Agenda thanks to Councilwoman Ellen Cohen of District C.

Friday, February 8
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Neartown Little League
PO Box 66193
Houston, TX 77266
If you have any questions about Neartown or
how you can support the kids in your community, please contact
Cris Bera

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