Owego Little League; ASA Girls Softball; Teener Baseball: Welcome

Baseball is a Game
Welcome to the Owego Youth Baseball & Softball Web Site

Serving the Youth of Owego, "America's Coolest Small Town", Since 1952

Celebrating 63 years in 2014!!! 



Tuesday, December 9
OFA Baseball to hold clinic



WHEN: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28th, 2015

TIME: 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

OPEN TO: Owego Little League & Apalachin Little League

PLAYERS: Ages 10 -14

FEE: FREE

REGISTER HERE: http://www.active.com/event_detail.cfm?event_id=2136121

WHERE: OWEGO FREE ACADEMY HIGH SCHOOL GYM PLAYERS WILL BE BROKEN UP INTO AGE GROUPS KIDS NEED TO DRESS IN BASEBALL ATTIRE, BRING GLOVES AND BATS (BATS WILL BE AVALIBLE IF YOUR CHILD DOESN’T HAVE ONE).

 

***This clinic will be run by the Owego Free Academy Baseball Staff and Varsity Baseball Players***


Handout: OFA Clinic

Monday, April 30
Owego Little League





Friday, April 12
Teeners



Teener League has a new name, and a new website. They are now called: Tri County Teener League and they can be found by logging onto: http://www.eteamz.com/tricountyteenerleague/

Volunteer Opportunities



The league has oppportunities for you. Join in the fun. Support the kids, baseball, and the community.

MANAGERS/COACHES: Contact Chris Rieg  crieg70@gmail.com if you are interested in managing or coaching a team.

UMPIRES: We are always looking for volunteer umpires. Whether once a week, or more if you love it, you can enjoy the best seat in the house. Need training - no problem. We conduct training sessions to teach you how. Contact Ken Winters at 607-972-9894

WORKBEE DAYS: Like puttering around in the dirt?  Maybe you are good at handyman tasks. Things always need fixing. New things need to be built. Fields need to be maintained. The 2013 workbee dates are April 20th and 27th. Not available those days? We can always use help during the season too. 



Thursday, January 10
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Umpiring - You Can Do It - We Can Help



Love a challenge? Want to become or stay involved in the league? Try umpiring. Most have found it to be a rewarding avocation.

Umpiring has been described as having the best seat in the house. It has also been described as a job where you have to be perfect the first time out and then get better. In any event, for someone who has had their child graduate, it is a good way to continue your involvement in the league. For others it may be a way to become involved without committing to all the time and days managing or coaching would require.

Sound interesting? Be one of the blue crew. Check out the rules quizzes and the foul ball test found on the League Information page.

Contact President Ken Winters for more info.


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Just Kidding!

Learn the Rules Now - Save Some Grief Later

There are a lot of rules that we just know for sure. The problem is, a lot of these "rules" are myths and old wives tales.

Check out the rules information on the league "Rules Info" page or click on the link below. You might just get a surprise or two. The rules don't always mean exactly what they say.

If you have any questions, post them on the rules message board. (You need to be a member of the site. If you aren't, Eteamz should offer you the opportunity to join if you aren't one when you try to use the board.) Or e-mail Rich Ives (richives@stny.rr.com).


Handout: Rules: Info, Explanations, and Quizes

Managers and Coaches - Need Tips - How To's - Training Info?

Check out the Little League Coaches Resource Center at

http://www.littleleague.org

or click on the headline.



Thursday, December 1
Flooding - September 2011 in pictures

Click on the heading to access over 200 pictures of the damage done to the park and buildings.

PLEASE PATRONIZE OUR SPONSORS - THEIR SUPPORT DESERVES OUR SUPPORT.

See who they are on the "Teams" and "Sponsors" pages.

Links to Our Area

The "Links to Our Area" menu item will take you to a listing of area items of interest including Tourism and Municipal sites.

It also includes links other youth baseball leagues on our vicinity.


Hyde Park from the Air


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