Palm Bay East Little League: PBELL News

Friday, August 1
Fall Registration

Live registrations will be held at: 

Knecht Park

1380 Glenham Drive N.E. Palm Bay, Fl. 32905

Every Saturday in August

9 a.m.– 12 p.m. 


Register Online  (by September 1st)


T-Ball: .............................................................. $40*
All other divisions: ........................................ $60*

Check or Money Order (Made out to PBELL)
*Dates and Fees are subject to change

Please check the boundary information to see in Palm Bay East Little League is your league.

You will need to bring the following information for each child that is being registered:

1. Registration Form
2. Medical Release Form

If this is you first time registering than also bring:
3. Birth Certificate
4. Drivers License/State ID
5. 2 additional Proof of Residency (Please note only 1 utility bill can be used)

 If you have questions, please email us at:

Tuesday, August 5
DATE CHANGE 2014 Annual Meeting



THURSDAY AUGUST 21, 2014 @ 6:30 pm. Captain's House at Goode Park. 1300 Bianca Drive NE. 

Calling all volunteers, everyone is invited to attend, get caught up on the status of the league, and throw your name in the hat to serve on the Board of Directors. All coaches, umpires, managers, previous board members will vote in new board of directors, and ratify the constitution.

Even if you have no interest in serving on the Board, please come.

Charlie Brown Swing

The Doyle Academy clinic has been rescheduled for September.

Handout: Doyle Academy

Tuesday, August 5
Weather Update

When weather looks questionable, we will update the field status here by 4:30 pm that day.

Lightning Procedures
Lightning McQueen
  • When lightning appears evident, a League Official will monitor the Lightning Detector located in the concession stand.
  • When a lightning strike has been detected in the 8-20 mile range, the official will immediately notify the chief umpire. The umpire will then notify the team managers that there is a lightning alert.
  • When a lightning strike is detected in the 3-8 mile range, the umpire will be notified to clear the fields immediately. Players may seek shelter in the dugouts, at the detection of this first strike only. They should be cleaning up and packing their equipment at this point.
  • If a second strike occurs at this range or closer, within 15 minutes, all players and parents will take shelter in their vehicles, or an enclosed structure, until the all clear signal is given.
    Pavilions, dugouts, and trees DO NOT protect you from lightning.
  • The all clear signal may be given if no additional strikes in the 3-8 mile range are detected for a period of 20 minutes.