EASTCHESTER, N.Y. – The Eastchester Baseball League, which is comprised of the graduates of the Tuckahoe Youth Association and Eastchester Little League, is gearing up for a busy summer season.
The league is currently hosting a “spring training” clinic that is being run by Eastchester High School Coach Dom Cecere. The training sessions are being held on select days at the high school gym through March 15.
Registration for the spring and summer season is currently ongoing for teenagers between the ages of 13 and 18. Players must be a resident of Tuckahoe, Bronxville or Eastchester.
The spring season will offer recreation league baseball, as well as Saturday tournaments, where participants will square off against other squads in the area. The summer season will include both tournament and league play.
“Based on feedback we have received, we are confident the options we are offering will create a great learning and competitive experience,” organizer Richard Kissel said in a letter to parents.
The Eastchester Baseball League will also be welcoming any willing girls to participate in their third season of softball.
If a player hasn’t participated in the league before, parents must submit a copy of the child’s birth certificate and a current proof of residence with their application. All new players are required to try out to ensure competitive balance.
Parents looking to volunteer as a manager, coach or director can call (914) 725-1519 or e-mail EBL10709@yahoo.com.
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