Practice & Play is an indoor baseball and softball program for boys and girls ingrades K-3rd grade.
This particular program will be comprised of four one-hour sessions from 4-5pm on 1/30, 2/6, 2/13 and 2/27.
Hosted by the Baseball and Softball Academy
Fun and educational sessions that combine skill development with game play.
The practice and play session includes 25-30 minutes of warm up, skill development and pre-game instruction. The remainder of the session is dedicated to instructional game time. Players will be divided into developmentally appropriate groups and the Academy staff will facilitate skills/games. Parents who coach or who will potentially coach are encouraged to stay and watch.
The sessions will be held at Turf Time, 3750 Monroe Ave, Pittsford.
Space is limited to 36 participants.
Please bring sneakers, glove and a positive attitude!
For more information contact:
Coach Wexler: 585-752-6314, firstname.lastname@example.org
About the staff:
The training will be run by Kevin Wexler and Jason Wasserman, Co-Directors of The Baseball and Softball Academy. The sessions are applicable to players of all skill levels and are designed to be fun and instructional. Coach Wexler brings over 25 years of coaching, teaching, and playing experience to Pittsford Little League. Kevin teaches Physical Education and Adapted Physical Education in the Greece Central School District and has been a part of Little League for 12 years. Wexler is also the assistance Varsity Baseball coach for Brighton High School.
Jason Wasserman is currently teaching Physical Education at Brighton Middle School and is the Varsity Baseball Coach at Brighton. He also brings with him over 25 years of teaching, baseball and coaching experience.
Additional Academy staff support the success through out the practice and play sessions.
Another great year is planned for youth baseball in Brighton, and you don’t want to miss out on the fun! The tables below will direct you to the correct registration form for your age group. Eligible players must live or attend school (public or private) in the Town of Brighton. Click here for more detail about each age group.
A dedicated group of volunteers is already in the planning stages for next season, with Opening Day already scheduled for Saturday, May 5th.
Once your player is registered for the season, you will be able to take advantage of Saturday indoor practice time and clinics at Turf Time beginning January 6, through April from 9AM-noon for the following age groups (please note: times may be modified closer to the start of the winter sessions:
Rookies: 8:30 - 9:30 am
SIP: 9:45 - 10:45 am
Majors/Intermediate/Minors: 11 am - noon
So, don't miss out on this great opportunity to hone your skills for this Spring!
Please consider volunteering to coach
It is never too late to start coaching; as the kids advance they need to be exposed to the leadership and confidence building aspects of coaching along with specific skills and positive role models.
New this year, we are planning a couple of coaching clinics. If you are new to coaching, or an experienced coach, come listen to Jason Wasserman, Brighton High Schools Varsity Coach about what we should expect of our young players, and how to coach the skills our players need.
Brighton Baseball is always open to new members and the contributions of new perspectives. You may volunteer to help coach when you fill our your child's registration below. You'll also need to fill out a volunteer application to coach. Click here, print and fill it out and email it to
, or mail it to
Brighton Little League
PO Box 18327
Rochester, NY 14618
Register for Baseball Programs (for boys and girls)
Prices shown will be discounted by $30 for those that register by the end of February. All Prices are subject to a family maximum of $360 for Spring Programs
*7th graders who will be league age 12 years old on May 1, 2018 are eligible for either Majors, Intermediate, or Juniors Baseball. Selection of which league to depends on the players experience and skill level. The Majors play on the smaller, traditional 46/60 field, the Intermdiates play on a transitional 50/70 field, and the Juniors are on the full size 60/90 field. If you are not sure, please contact the league president, or Commisioner for Brighton Baseball to help in making a selection.
** Seniors and Big League teams are subject to enrollment. However, depending on the availability of players in other towns, we may combine players from multiple towns to form a single team in each age group.
Register for Girls Softball Programs
Prices shown will be discounted by $30 for those that register by the end of February.All Prices are subject to a family maximum of $360 for Spring Programs
*District 4 Little League is exploring the possibility of having a district wide Big League Softball team that would play teams in other districts. If you are interested in playing on a district wide travel team, please register and your name will be forwarded to Patrick Hanrahan, District 4 Softball Coordinator. If you are registering for D4 Big League Softball, please register now without making a payment, and the final price will be determined by the District.
Don't know anything about baseball? No problem! You can still help and support your kids and Brighton Baseball by joining the Brighton Baseball Board. So even if you don't know the difference between a "bunt squeeze" and a "bundt pan", you can still make a difference in your kids lives and in your Community.
Contact Andy Einbinder at
to see about joining the Brighton Baseball Board today.