Thursday, February 26, 2015

LA PONY ANUNCIA SU TORNEO Y MUESTRA VALLAS PROMOCIONALES

La pony beisbol en Republica Dominicana, anuncio la celebracion de la septima version de su torneo de beisbol pequeña liga e infantil, correspondiente al año 2015.

En un comunicado de prensa, la entidad beisbolistica informa, que en la actualidad se esta desarrollando la etapa eliminatoria del evento, donde participaran 5,240 niños y jovenes de las diferentes regiones del pais, que buscaran su clasificacion a laparte final de la justa, donde solo accionaran 960 jugadores distribuidos en 64 equipos.

La institucion dirigida en el pais por el profesor, Eugenio Baez, adelanto que el torneo de este año, tendra varios partidos que seran transmitido por television nacional.

La ronda final de esta actividad deportiva inicial el 27 de marzo y termina el 12 de abril del presente año, y cuenta con el patrocinio de importantes empresas del pais.

Finalmente la Pony local, tambien dio a conocer el modelo de vallas que estan promocionando el evento de este año, que como siempre atraera la atencion de las familias dominicanas, que disfrutaran viendo accionar a sus hijos, EN EL TORNEO DE LOS PEQUEÑOS GRANDES LIGAS.

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The pony baseball in the Dominican Republic, announced the celebration of the seventh version of your little league baseball tournament and child for the year 2015.

In a press release, the beisbolistica entity reports, which currently is developing the knockout stage of the event, where 5,240 children and youth from different regions of the country, to seek his rating to Lapart end of the fair participate, where only 960 will trigger 64 players distributed computers.

The institution in the country led by Professor Eugenio Baez, advance to the tournament this year, will have several games that will be broadcast on national television.

The final round of this initial sport on March 27 and ends on April 12 this year, and has the sponsorship of important companies of the country.

Finally the local Pony, also unveiled the model of fences that are promoting the event this year, as always will attract the attention of Dominican families who enjoy watching their kids actions, IN THE TOURNAMENT OF SMALL BIG LEAGUES.

Monday, February 23, 2015

Remembering Greg Vincent, PONY Umpire, Garden Grove, CA



Gregory William Vincent, 54, of Garden Grove California was called to our Heavenly Father on February 17, 2015. 

He began his law enforcement career with the Long Beach City Police Department on August 11, 1983. Two years later Gregory lateraled to the Torrance Police Department. Gregory spent the next 27 years serving the citizens of Torrance before retiring in December 2013.

Greg always held a passion for sports. He coached several of his brothers' baseball and football teams. Gregory continued with his passion for sports by umpiring baseball and officiating football sporting events.

Greg was a long time umpire with PONY Baseball and was certainly one of the best at our PONY-13 World Series Tournaments. Greg always had a smile for you. He loved doing what he did for the children of our communities. He will be sorely missed by the entire PONY Baseball community.

Gregory leaves behind a loving wife of 26 years, Debbie, and their three children, Kelsey, Erin, and Collin.

Greg's gentleness, loyalty and compassion for others will always be with us.

Sunday, February 22, 2015

Tecolote Youth Baseball Holds Field Day... "ALL HANDS ON DECK"

The annual "Field Day" was held at Tecolote Youth Baseball (San Diego, CA), baseball fields on Sunday, 22 February. Parents, grandparents, family members, coaches, managers and volunteer staff showed up in large numbers.

The event was held 6 days prior to opening day in order to prepare all of the fields (Shetland, Pinto, Mustang, Bronco and Pony) for next weekends big kickoff. New dirt was brought in, grass lines were edged, fields were nail drug, turface was added along with general cleaning. All volunteers were treated to a bbq following the days events.

Check out some of the pictures below.








Friday, February 20, 2015

A Tournament of Their Own! First National Girls Baseball Tournament Looking for Local Players


Baseball For All is organizing America’s first national girls baseball tournament for ages Mustang, Bronco and Pony-13 ages p10-13. The historical 24-team tournament will be held in Orlando May 30 – June 4, 2015. Playing baseball with other girls is both magical and inspiring. To participate in the tournament, players may register as individuals online at www.BaseballForAll.com.

This historic tournament will bring together the past, the present and promote the future of girls baseball with the added participation of members of the original 1942 All American Girls Professional Baseball League. By stepping up to the plate, players and participants will leave with a sense of pride, dignity and accomplishment for having participated, becoming a part of history and encouraging others to play and support girls baseball.

Baseball For All is the voice and hub of girls baseball in the United States. For more information, please visit www.BaseballForAll.com.

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

ARGOS DOMINICANA APOYARA EQUIPOS DE NIGUA EN TORNEO PONY BEISBOL

NIGUA, SAN CRISTOBAL: La empresa ARGOS DOMINICANA, auspiciara los equipos del municipio de nigua, que participaran en el torneo que organiza la Pony Béisbol en el país.

El anuncio fue hecho por el profesor Eugenio Baez, presidente de la PONY en República Dominicana, quien dijo, que esta prestigiosa empresa, en la persona de su gerente General,GABRIEL BALLESTASdonara los uniformes de ese municipio de la provincia San Cristobal.

BAEZ, quien estuvo acompañado de varios directivos y dirigentes deportivos de  esta comunidad beneficiada , agradeció a los ejecutivos de esta compañía y de manera muy especial al señor ballestas y la señorita blari Ozuna, por hacer realidad el sueño de muchos niños y jóvenes que practican béisbol.

Estos atletas participaran en el próximo torneo que inicia el 27 de marzo y concluye el 12 de abril del año 2015, en el que participaran 5,240 jugadores en su etapa inicial y 960 en la parte final.

Los equipos ganadores representaran al país, en las series del caribe que serán celebradas en mayaguez, puerto rico, en el mes de julio, en las cuatro categorías.

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NIGUA, SAN CRISTOBAL: The company ARGOS DOMINICAN will sponsor teams nigua Township, participate in the tournament organized by the Pony Baseball in the country.

The announcement was made by Professor Eugenio Baez, president of the PONY in Dominican Republic, who said that this prestigious company, in the person of its General Manager, GABRIEL BALLESTAS, donated uniforms for the municipality of San Cristobal province.

BAEZ, who was accompanied by several managers and coaches of this community benefit, thanked the executives of this company and so very special to Mr. crossbows and Miss blari Ozuna, to realize the dream of many children who play baseball .

These athletes will participate in the next tournament that starts March 27 and ends on April 12 2015, with the participation of 5,240 players in its initial stage and 960 in the end.

The winning teams will represent the country in the Caribbean series to be held in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico, in the month of July in the four categories.

Thursday, February 5, 2015

LA JOLLA YOUTH BASEBALL (San Diego, California) Returns To Cliffridge Fields

http://www.lajollalight.com/news/2015/feb/04/la-jolla-youth-baseball/

Batter Up! La Jolla Youth Baseball returns to Cliffridge fields for 2015 season

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Some 40 Pinto players (ages 7-8) from La Jolla Youth Baseball attend the Jan. 18, 2015 skills clinic hosted by the UCSD baseball team. Lowell Tindell
There is something special about the smell of freshly cut grass at the beginning of baseball season in La Jolla. Since 1952, hundreds of families have enjoyed the experience and the move to Cliffridge Park in 1964 makes these fields home for generations of ballplayers.
Putting all the pieces in place for La Jolla Youth Baseball’s (LJYB) Opening Day Feb. 28, 2015 requires the support and leadership of dozens of people — and none of it could happen without hundreds of parents who love baseball almost as much as their kids.
Conservatively, LJYB parents make 4,000 trips to the fields and that doesn’t count the second car that arrives for another parent to watch a game or attend that extra Sunday practice that coach tacked on to the schedule. LJYB thanks not only the parents for choosing baseball as their primary spring sport, but the schools that helped by posting registration flyers and sending out announcements in their e-newsletters to bring together this community of nearly 400 young athletes.
Here’s what took place in January 2015:
• Jan. 13: The board of directors met to finalize and approve well-vetted slates of managers for Shetland (9), Pinto (10), Mustang (8), Bronco (5) and Pony (3). Every manager must complete a background check and attend at least one Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA) workshop, which includes certification.
• Jan. 17: Annual Clean-Up Day attended by board members, coaches and LJYB alumni working on community service hours. The group painted, cleared, hauled trash away and hung new nets in batting cages to give a fresh start to the season.
• Jan. 18: Pre-Season Clinic hosted by UCSD Tritons Baseball Team was a tremendous success. The Div II Tritons’ head coach Eric Newman pulled together four of his coaches and about 20 players for three sessions designed specifically for Pinto, Mustang, and Bronco/Pony division players.
More than 100 LJYB players attended the clinics, making this, by far, the most successful player development event that anyone can remember. They also hosted a two-hour Coaches Clinic that proved invaluable for those able to attend. LJYB sends big thanks to Coach Newman and the Tritons’ baseball organization for this opportunity to visit their newly upgraded ballpark.
• Jan. 20: For the fourth year, LJYB hosted a PCA Workshop for coaches and volunteers. CIF Hall of Fame Coach and leading PCA instructor Jim Perry returned to the Parker Auditorium at La Jolla High to share his wit and wisdom about how to coach kids — and sometimes things not to do. Dozens of parent volunteers attended and each came away with several new ideas about how best to handle situations in what is an open classroom that includes baseball.
Participants receive PCA certification for the “Double Goal Coach: Coaching for Winning & Life Lessons” workshop. For the first time, LJYB will be offering a second workshop in late February that is open to all LJYB parents and coaches who were unable to attend the Jan. 20 event.
• Jan. 24: Assessments took place for Pinto, Mustang, and Bronco Divisions. This allows every manager in each division an opportunity to meet and observe all of the players in the aspects of fielding, throwing, catching, running, hitting and pitching (Mustang and Bronco). It is a thorough and objective way to prepare for the formation of teams (draft) the following week. Each league president and a board member (observer) presided over a draft for each league that requires a great deal of preparation and a few hours of discussion and selection of players. The secret to success for LJYB is balance and parity among teams.
• Jan. 31: Pony division assessment and draft. Many players have been together for 9-10 years and the three managers collectively have more than 40 years of LJYB coaching experience.
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Some 40 Pinto players (ages 7-8) from La Jolla Youth Baseball attend the Jan. 18, 2015 skills clinic hosted by the UCSD baseball team. Lowell Tindell
For February 2015, so far:
• Feb. 2: Practices started for most divisions. Shetland registration remains open all season (ages 4-6) and kids are encouraged to talk it up in their preschool and kindergarten classrooms.
• Feb. 28: Opening Day with a ceremony at noon at the Bronco Field, 8311 Cliffridge Ave.
— WEBSITE: For more information about La Jolla Youth Baseball , visit ljyb.org
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Some 40 Pinto players (ages 7-8) from La Jolla Youth Baseball attend the Jan. 18, 2015 skills clinic hosted by the UCSD baseball team. Lowell Tindell

Monday, February 2, 2015

Pitch Hit & Run - Get Involved Today


Your PONY Baseball and Softball League is encouraged to participate in the Major League Baseball Pitch, Hit & Run (PHR)! PHR is a FREE, 1-day event for boys and girls ages 7-14 that is simple to host and designed for kids to showcase their baseball & softball skills. Leagues can host anytime from the beginning of the 2015 season through early May. To conserve field space and time, use PHR as your Pre-season Evaluations, host during Opening Day festivities or even during a team practice.
                                                                                                           
Participants have the opportunity to compete and advance through four levels of competition including Locals, Sectionals, Team Championships at MLB Ballparks and the National Finals at the MLB All-Star Game.

 

In 2014, PONY player Cole Young, of Wexford, PA, advanced to the MLB PHR National Finals and was crowned as National Champion at the MLB All-Star Game.

Will one of your PONY players be next? Providing this great opportunity is simple:

  • Sign up to host a Local competition - www.mlb.com/phr. Upon submitting an online registration, you will receive a FREE administrative kit with materials necessary to host the competition.
  • After completing your competition - Award participants, provide Sectional competition information to your winners, submit results online and mail all completed registration forms.

MLB Pitch, Hit & Run Headquarters


Pony Beisbol en Distrito Capital

Caracas, venezuela el dia de hoy sabado 31 de enero siguiendo con la gira a nivel nacional la pony beisbol visito las instalaciones del estadio chino canonico ubicado a las afueras de macarao los senores oscar izaguirre y manuel benitez el primero coordinaror de la zona capital y el segundo  delegado general, abrieron los espacios para hablar  De  los diferentes torneos regionales, nacionales e internacionales que vendran en este 2015, ademas se programo y quedo en agenda realizar para los meses de julio a septiembre un campeonato que llevara por nombre  pony vacacional en la zona capital en las diferentes categorias desde shetland, pinto, mustang, bronco, pony , y colt, las cual se hara con el apoyo  institucional de la direccion de deportes del estado, instituciones publicas y privadas, y de los padres y representantes.

Oficina informativa de la pony beisbol de venezuela.

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(Caracas, Venezuela,  January 31) Following the nationwide tour visiting the PONY Baseball facilities located just outside Macarao, Venezuela. Mr. Izaguirre and Manuel Oscar Benitez the first coordinator of the capital and second general delegate, opened the space to speak of the various regional, national and international tournaments that will come in this 2015. They also reviewed the months of July to September and discussed a championship for PONY in the area capital in different categories from Shetland, Pinto, Mustang, Bronco, Pony and Colt, which will make the institutional support of the direction of sports in the state, public and private institutions, and parents and guardians.




Pony Beisbol de Venezuela Periodistas

La organizacion pony beisbol de venezuela les dio certificados y reconocimientos a los senores javier reyes periodista del estado falcon persona muy dedicada al deporte general y especialmente al beisbol y sofboll Magallanero de corazon, ademas al de los tiburones de la guaira el senor juan guanipa principal colaborador de la pony en la zona colonial del estado falcon, ambas personas se sintieron muy complacidas y contentos que la pony beisbol de venezuela los haiga tomado en cuenta en este inicio del 2015. Sera hasta la proxima.                          
Oficina informativa de la pony en venezuela.

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The pony Venezuela baseball organization gave them certificates and awards to Messrs kings journalist javier falcon been very dedicated to the sport generally and especially baseball and softball magallanero of heart, also
at La Guaira Sharks Mr. juan main contributor guanipa the pony in the colonial zone of falcon state, both people are very pleased and excited felt that pony baseball Venezuela's haiga taken into account in the beginning of 2015. it will be up to next.

Pony Beisbol Estado Miranda Venezuela

El dia 29 de enero se realizo la reunion con el coordinador del estado miranda will klar diaz donde estubieron diferentes delegados y delegadas de la divisa del club los valerosos bbc, en total estubieron participando 6 delegadas y 2 directores tecnicos con el proposito de ir planificando los diferentes torneos regionales, nacionales que estan por venir en este ano 2015. Para. El dia 19 de febrero se hara una charla a los manager, y tecnicos donde se impartiran los diferentes conocimientos tecnicos y tacticos que les serviran para transmitirlos a los ninos jovenes y adolescentes.

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The day January 29 the meeting was held with the coordinator of the state Miranda with Klar Diaz where different delegates badge club courageous, total  participating six delegates and 2 technical directors for the purpose of going planning the different regional, national tournaments yet to come in this year 2015.. The day February 19 a talk will be made to the manager, and technical where different technical and tactical skills that will serve them for transmission to young children and teenagers will be taught.