Vestal Little League: Welcome

Thursday, August 25

2016 Fall Ball            


Vestal Little League will once again be running a fall baseball league this year.  Games will be played on Sundays at 1pm and 3pm at Angelo and Challenger Fields from September 18th through October 9 (4 Sundays).  

Our fall baseball league is recreational in nature. There will be at least a half hour of instruction each week before the games are played. Games are not made up if cancelled due to weather or poor field conditions.

Fall Ball this year is free of charge, but is open ONLY to players who played on a VLL team earlier this year.  In addition, ONLY players who are eligible to play in Minors or Majors next year - baseball age 6-11 this year - can play fall ball; anyone who was 12 this year and aged out of little league is no longer eligible to play fall ball.  However, the Vestal Teener League has a fall ball program (see our webpage for a link) that 12 year olds can play in. 

We are also in desperate need of volunteers to help coach fall ball. If you are willing to help out, please contact George Ramia at

To register, download and print the Fall Ball Registration form and Medical Release Form found in the Forms & Downloads link on the left side of this home page.  Mail the completed form to:

George Ramia, 10 Elmwood Drive, Apalachin, NY 13732 





      Open Board Meeting and Elections on September 25th       

The annual open Vestal Little League board meeting will be held on Sunday September 25th, 6pm at the Elks Lodge.  Any new applicants interested in running for a position on next year's board need to send an email to indicating interest by September 20th.  


Vestal Teener League Fall Ball

Vestal Teener Baseball League is planning to host a Fall Ball League with 14U and 16U divisions. The cost is $30 per player or $300 per team.  The league will run Sundays at 1:00 pm and/or 3:00 from September 11 through October 30th at Arnold Park and/or Dave Leonard Field (Glenwood).  It will be an 8 game schedule (no makeups). Teams are responsible for their own jerseys and helping with field preparation. Single players can register at  Teams need to contact Fred Jarrett at 607-743-2444 to register and will need to submit proof of insurance and payment prior to the first game.  Please note that 12 year olds are welcome at the 14U level.  There will be a limit of 4 teams in each division or 8 teams in one division.  First come first served.



       5th Annual Homerun Derby Results!

Congrats to Braden Strahley on winning the 5th Annual Homerun Derby!! Coming in 2nd was Kole Schmerder; 3rd was Thomas Contrata; and  4th was Jarek Podest!  


2016 Home Run Derby Champion- Braden Strahley

2015 Home Run Derby Champion - Ronnie Contrata

2014 Home Run Derby Champion - Chris Thomas

2013 Home Run Derby Champion - Shawn Chermak

2012 Home Run Derby Champion - Dom DiRado 


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Vestal Little League is a non-profit organization whose mission is to "promote, develop, supervise, and voluntarily assist in all lawful ways, the interest of those who will participate in Little League Baseball."

Through proper guidance and exemplary leadership, the Little League program assists children in developing the qualities of citizenship, discipline, teamwork and physical well-being. By espousing the virtues of character, courage and loyalty, the Vestal Little League Baseball program is designed to develop superior citizens rather than superior athletes.

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