Welcome to the Pittsford Little League!

We are located in Pittsford, NY. We offer baseball and softball programs, in spring, summer, and fall for more than 800 children.

Links to recent news on the page below:

2nd Annual "Field of Dreams" Golf Classic

Mark your calendars! Dust off your clubs and come join us on Monday, May 18 at Irondequoit Country Club for our 2nd Annual "Field of Dreams" Golf Classic. All proceeds go to field improvements to benefit your sons and daughters!! Register, sponsor, volunteer or donate now at www.golf.pittsfordlittleleague.org.


by posted 03/25/2015
SUMMER CAMPS

Our summer camp page has been updated for 2015!

Perhaps a week or more works for you!


by posted 03/19/2015
Opening Day Photos

Save the Date! Opening Day Photos will take place on Saturday, April 25, 2015.

At Sutherland High School in the gymnasium. Photos will be taken by Clix! Check out the order form. Team photos will get mailed to the Manager of the team and delivered to the players/parents.

More information to follow at a later date.


by Kayleen Halpin posted 03/10/2015
2015 Season FAQs
You can click here and you will be taken to a registration page.
We are looking at having our Opening Day parade and ceremony happen the morning of Saturday, May 2nd. That date has not been 100% finalized yet. There will be some afternoon games after the ceremony, as well as games on Sunday.
PLL is fortunate to have more than 800 players take part every year. It’s our goal to make sure your family has the best experience possible, so that means we go through multiple steps to create terrific and equitable teams. For our younger players, most teams are school-based, so they can play with classmates and friends. For players who are a bit older, we rely on a draft to select teams.

Typically, you may not hear from us until some point later in March.

Every child registered in Pittsford Little League this spring will be placed on a team. Our youngest players do not need to be evaluated. We only have our older, more experienced players go through that process for the league drafts. You can learn more about evaluation expectations for our baseball leagues here, and for our softball leagues here.

Our baseball and softball evaluations will take place on February 28th and will be required only for players who did not participate in leagues which incorporate a draft (those that require the evaluations) last year, or any new players to PLL.

If your child is between the ages of 9-13 and you think she or he may want to play on a summer All Star Tournament team (the type of teams you see on TV playing in the Little League World Series), there are tryouts for those. More information will come your way about tryouts in June.

PLL fields host hundreds and hundreds of practices and games every year. When you click here, you will learn more about how we schedule. When your team first meets this spring, your coaches will talk with you about the schedules and where you will have practices.
Our signature complex, Ford, is located on South Street in the Village. We also play at the Habecker complex, off East Street, in the town of Pittsford and at Eyer Park in East Rochester. You can find maps here. Our goal is to ensure your child has the best experience possible in PLL, and we are very flexible. We do our best to work with our community partners (Mustangs, etc.) to avoid as many conflicts as we can. No schedule ever ends up perfect, but our coaches are always willing to work with your family. We absolutely understand you may end up coming late to a practice or a game, leaving early, and so on.

We very much value having your child and your family involved, and are more than happy to share the schedule with as many others as you need.
We would love to have you become a coach, and it is not too late. You can always go back online and sign in, and update your records with us so that we are aware you have interest.
Sometimes the best Little League managers or coaches were never players. We welcome every parent becoming involved, regardless of experience.

If you are organized, want to help kids learn life experiences and grow as leaders, then please consider volunteering. You can always find a support system of assistant coaches who have experience playing.

 

If you have specific questions about our baseball leagues, please contact our
VP of Baseball—Kevin Wexler—at:

If you want to learn more about our softball leagues, please contact our
VP of Softball—Mike Fanset—at:

If you have interest in sponsoring PLL or a team, please connect with our
Director of Development—Lori Harrington—at:


by posted 02/11/2015
Board Openings

 

Pittsford Little League Needs You!

We are looking for volunteers to fill the following board positions:
 

 


Volunteer Coordinator
Sponsorship Committee
Asst. Instructional General Manager

        Asst. Fields Director
Asst. Facilities Director
Asst. Treasurer
Fields Committee


If you are interested, contact .


by posted 02/11/2015
PITTSFORD LITTLE LEAGUE RECEIVES $50,000 CHALLENGE GIFT

John E. Ackley Field to Debut in Spring 2015

Pittsford Little League is honored to announce that Ed and Agnes Ackley, of Pittsford, are generously contributing a $100,000 gift in memory of their son, John Ackley. The Ackley family has earmarked half of their gift for field renovations and the additional $50,000 is being reserved to match future PLL donations through the launch of the “Ackley $50,000 Challenge.”

To honor the Ackley’s generosity, the newly named and renovated John E. Ackley Field will debut in the spring of 2015. The field, which was formerly known as Ford A, is located on South Street in the village of Pittsford, and will offer a Little League tournament-sanctioned Intermediate size field for players. A new, state-of-the-art infield is being installed, along with an expanded outfield fence.

Donations that help PLL meet the Ackley Challenge will be used toward field improvements and other critical programs that are run each year for the league’s 800+ players. With their matching gift, the Ackley’s are also creating an endowment for Pittsford Little League in 2015, which will help offset registration costs for families who are unable to pay, and will contribute toward operating expenses.

To make a donation that will count toward the Ackley Challenge, please click here.

To learn more about the Ackley Challenge, please click here.


by posted 01/13/2015
PLL Apparel
Purchase PLL Apparel

PLL apparel can be purchased from our online store.

Additionally, check our Special 60th Anniversary Merchandise, as well as
Big Al Coaching and Training Materials

You can purchase hats, shirts, hoodies, fleece jackets, blankets, and more; all emblazoned with Pittsford Little League. 

Locally owned Recognition Experts takes and fulfills these orders for you. For added convenience, orders can be picked up at Ford Field. 

If you have questions, contact Tom Doggett at , or phone 585-288-3300 x219.
by posted 11/01/2011
Little League Baseball Bat Rules
In order to use a composite bat in Little League, it must be approved for use. Little League International publishes a list of allowed bats. This list is kept up-to-date as new models are tested. Please visit the Little League Bat Resource Page for more information.

by posted 12/30/2010
Pittsford Little League Refund Policy
Pittsford Little League's policy is to issue a PLL credit for the full amount of the base registration fee for participation in Spring, Summer, and Fall Baseball or Softball.  This credit will remain for use by the family for any other Pittsford Little League program for one year from the date the refund request is approved by a League Board Member.

League Policy is that we issue no refunds for late fees, ticket purchases (for any event; e.g. Red Wings, Russ Smith Barbeque, etc.), camps/clinics, or training sessions (e.g. at Turf Time). 
by posted 09/11/2010

Quicklinks

Spring Ball FAQ/Info
Your questions answered here.

Online Registration
Register for one or more of our currently open programs.

Registration Help
Get answers to registration questions or problems, find someone to contact.

Printable Registration Instructions
Step-by-step registration instructions.

My Account
View your registrations, edit your account, make a pending payment.

Contact Us
Our contacts page.

League Boundary
Find out if you reside within PLL boundaries.

Field Status
Ellison Park 4 - Rochester CLOSED (5/6) 
Eyer Park 1 - Baseball - East Rochester OPEN (3/28) 
Eyer Park 2 - Softball - East Rochester OPEN (3/28) 
Ford A - Pittsford TBD (3/28) 
Ford B - Pittsford TBD (3/28) 
Ford Practice - Pittsford TBD (3/28) 
GEP 1 Field - Pittsford TBD (3/28) 
GEP 2 Field - Pittsford TBD (3/28) 
Habecker C - Pittsford TBD (3/28) 
Habecker Cage - Pittsford OPEN (3/28) 
Habecker D - Pittsford TBD (3/28) 
Habecker Practice 1 - Pittsford OPEN (3/28) 
Habecker Practice 2 - Pittsford OPEN (3/28) 
Habecker Practice 3 - Pittsford OPEN (3/28) 
Habecker Practice 4 - Pittsford OPEN (3/28) 
Kreag Rd - Pittsford  -- 
MHS JV - Pittsford  -- 
MHS Varsity - Pittsford  -- 
Smith E - Pittsford TBD (3/28) 
Thornell Farm #1 - Pittsford  -- 
Thornell Farm #2 - Pittsford  -- 
Thornell Farm #3 - Pittsford  -- 
Thornell Farm #4 - Pittsford  -- 
No dogs allowed on PLL Fields
No dogs allowed on PLL premises
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