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Brighton Little League
PO Box 18327, Rochester, NY 14618

 
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Challenger Baseball Registration is Open!
10/09/2018
Contact Us Today to Learn More And Get Your Child Involved!   Click...
Practice and Play
09/25/2018
Hello Baseball and Softball Families,   Our annual practice...
Haunted Grounds at Buckland Farmhouse
09/21/2018
BLL's Softball Majors team wins D4 championship!
06/28/2018
  BLL’s Softball Majors team, coached by Rich Rozzi,...
Congratulations to the Orioles - 2018 Majors Champions!
06/24/2018
Minors Baseball Playoff Champs - Brighton Fire Department
06/23/2018
USABat Standards
02/24/2018
Recently, USA 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...
 
Challenger Baseball Registration is Open!

Contact Us Today to Learn More And Get Your Child Involved!
 
 
 
Brighton Little League Challenger Contacts

by posted 10/09/2018
Practice and Play
Hello Baseball and Softball Families,
 
Our annual practice and play player development program is now accepting registrations. This program has been very popular in our community. The sessions are led by Kevin Wexler and Jason Wasserman and their  Baseball and Softball Academy Staff. Players will focus on all components of baseball and softball for half the session and conclude with modified and developmentally appropriate games that are divided into age and skill levels.
 
Please visit this link to learn additional information.  Registration for this program has historically fiilled quickly and it is advised that you register early because once these sessions fill up, a wait list will form. If you have any questions, please call or email Kevin at  , 585-752-6314. 
 
Thank you,
 
Coach Wexler

by posted 09/25/2018
Haunted Grounds at Buckland Farmhouse


by posted 09/21/2018
BLL's Softball Majors team wins D4 championship!

 

BLL’s Softball Majors team, coached by Rich Rozzi, won the Monroe County D4 Championship last night.
Following an undefeated season after which they won all their playoff games, they defeated a strong team of 7th graders from Gates with a score of 10-5.
The girls on this team are 5th and 6th graders, and one small but mighty 4th grader.

by posted 06/28/2018
Congratulations to the Orioles - 2018 Majors Champions!


by posted 06/24/2018
Minors Baseball Playoff Champs - Brighton Fire Department


by posted 06/23/2018
USABat Standards

Recently, USA Baseball has provided Little League and other youth organizations with some additional guidance on how organizing bodies, like Little League International, can make it easier for local leagues, volunteers, and players to use bats within our programs. We encourage you to review their FAQs at USABat.com, as well as the information on LittleLeague.org/BatInfo.
 
Effective immediately (Thursday, February 15, 2018), Little League has amended Rule 1.10 for Little League Baseball for the Coach Pitch/Machine Pitch Divisions and the Intermediate (50/70) Baseball Division and Junior League, to reflect this guidance from USA Baseball. Read the fully updated Rule 1.10 on LittleLeague.org.
 
Coach Pitch/Machine Pitch
 
Players may use approved Tee Ball bats, including those that were produced and/or purchased prior to the implementation of the new standard that have been certified using an Approved Tee Ball Sticker via the USA Baseball Tee Ball Sticker Program (USABaseballShop.com) ONLY FOR USE WITH APPROVED TEE BALLS.
 
Little League International encourages leagues using approved Tee Ball bats at the Coach Pitch/Machine Pitch level to only use approved tee balls in these instructional divisions to help avoid confusion as to what type of baseball should be used at any given time.
 
Intermediate (50/70) Baseball Division and Junior League
 
In addition to using bats approved for Little League play based on the USABat Standard, players in these two divisions can also choose to use bats that have been approved and appropriately certified using the BBCOR standard. All bats not made of a single piece of wood shall meet the Batted Ball Coefficient of Restitution (BBCOR) performance standard, and such bats shall be so labeled with a silkscreen or other permanent certification mark.
 
The certification mark shall be rectangular, a minimum of a half-inch on each side and located on the barrel of the bat in any contrasting color. Aluminum/alloy and composite bats shall be marked as to their material makeup being aluminum/alloy or composite. This marking shall be silkscreen or other permanent certification mark, a minimum of one-half-inch on each side, and located on the barrel of the bat in any contrasting color.

by posted 02/24/2018
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
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