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Brighton Little League
PO Box 18327, Rochester, NY 14618
 

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Fall Ball Registration is Open!
07/18/2015
Registration Will Close Saturday Night.     In...
Former Brighton Little Leaguer wins College World Series
06/25/2015
Congratulations Ernie Clement and Virginia On their College...
Bat Regulations and Sizing Guide
02/20/2015
It is that time of the year when we start buying new baseball...
Little League Standards to Help Save Young Arms
12/01/2014
Field of Memories
03/03/2013
“Field Of Memories” Remembering those who were so...
 
Fall Ball Registration is Open!
Registration Will Close Saturday Night.
 
 
In order to submit teams for the Little League District 4 (Rochester Area) by Sunday August 30th, we will need to close registration for the Minors through Jrs./Srs. by Saturday night.  Players registering after this point will be added to teams on an as available basis.
 
Please sign up now to ensure your players spot on a Fallball team.
 
 
Fall ball is a six week season with games played on Saturday’s and an occasional Sunday if needed. There are no playoffs so games are a little more relaxed giving players a chance to try a different position that they might not have gotten much chance to play in the spring.
If you are interested in coaching, please indicate that on your registration.
 
Below are some of the details about the 6 week Fall Ball season:

Games will be played on Saturday Sept, 12, 19, 26; October 3, 10, 17.
In case of rain or bad weather, some games maybe rescheduled on Sundays, or later in October.

We allow players from other Little League towns that don't have a fall league to play in our league.
Cost is just $85.
Family Maximum amount for registering multiple children is $160.
 
Leagues/Age groups are as follows.
Click your choice to register.

(Grades are for the 2015-2016 school year)

If you have any questions as to age eligibility or requirements, please contact the listed league President & we will be happy to review your particular situation or question. Our aim is to always provide an opening, & a positive experience for as many kids as possible. ​

 

Fall Rookies Baseball = Kindergarden through 2nd grade
Games are played at Meridian or Buckland Park late morning, early afternoon
League President .
 
Games are played on the 50/70 field at Meridian Park early, mid afternoon.

50/70 travel team may be formed that will play other towns at a more competitive level, depending on interest and registration numbers. Players interested in Travel must have played travel or school ball this past spring AND should indicate an interest in Fall Travel Ball by clicking the box in this registration​
League President Mike Mayer.

up to league age 16 (born on or after May 1, 1998) for Seniors
Players will be placed on the appropriate teams after registration. Games are played at Buckland Park early, mid afternoon. A Juniors/Seniors travel team may be formed that will play other towns at a more competitive level, depending on interest and registration numbers. Players interested in Travel must have played travel or school ball this past spring AND should indicate an interest in Fall Travel Ball by clicking the box in this registration
League President teven Richeson

Fall Juniors Softball = 7th and 8th grades 
Games are played at Meridian or other towns
League President Pat Wilmot.
 

by posted 07/18/2015
Former Brighton Little Leaguer wins College World Series

Ernie Clement, former Brighton Little Leaguer

Congratulations Ernie Clement

and

Virginia

On their College World Series Championship

 

Ernie got his start in baseball playing in Brighton Little League.  After being a standout player for Brighton Highs School, he was recruited to Virginia.  During this season as a freshman, he has several stellar plays, and hits that helped propel his team to the championship.

 

Brighton Little League is proud of you, Ernie.

 

 


by posted 06/25/2015
Bat Regulations and Sizing Guide

It is that time of the year when we start buying new baseball equipment for the up coming season.  As our young players grow, the equipment becomes too small.  Cleats, gloves, and bats all become too small.  Some of this equipments can be major investments, for what may only useful for one season. 

Today, a bat can be a major investment.  There is a bat on the market today which is being sold for $549.  That bat is not for 100% of our younger players.  When considering which bat to buy, you need to think about how serious your son or daughter is about the sport, at what level of play will your player participate, and what are your families resources.  Just because a bat is not $250 or more, doesn't mean it is not a good bat, and a $50 bat swung correctly, is better than one that costs a paycheck but is too heavy or long, even if it does have the coolest graphics.  

Little League has set certain standards and rules for bats based on age group.  All composite bats need to be approved by Little League to be legal in our program.  A list of current Little League approved composite bats can be seen here

 

Buying a bat of the appropriate size can be difficult, but the following chart helps simplify the process.


by posted 02/20/2015
Little League Standards to Help Save Young Arms


by posted 12/01/2014
Field of Memories
“Field Of Memories”

Remembering those who were so important to Brighton Little League
 
Brighton Little League is an organization that creates great opportunities for the kids in our community.  Brighton Little League has always been led by great volunteers, sponsors, and benefactors.

The Field Of Memories site allows parents, coaches and former players to remember those who have passed, and were so important to youth baseball and softball in Brighton.
 
The leaders of Brighton Baseball encourage everyone to take a moment and read about some of the individuals who led by example and were so supportive of the kids in our community.
 

 
Esther
Bellwood
Marvin
Finestone
Gordon
Gray
Kenneth
Verstraete

by posted 03/03/2013