Fri, May 12, 7:05pm:  League Night Out – Houston vs NY Yankees  < Order link >




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Congratulations Patrick Kivlehan . . . 
2017 MLB Cincinnati Reds Opening Day Roster !!!


Josh Einhorn, WNLL Baseball Volunteer Umpire

Character, good judgment plus the ability to get along with young baseball players and coaches are the attributes of an excellent volunteer umpire. This individual commands respect, knows the rules of the game, reacts spontaneously to play situations and makes decisive calls. Common sense applied to the interpretation of the Baseball Rule Book is also a sign of a well-prepared official.

< click here for full Rockland County Times article >




West Nyack Little League is in search of volunteer umpires for our Major League games. We are the only league in Rockland County that is still using volunteer umpires at the Major League level. We have roughly 70 games in the majors during the season that need to be officiated.

We are in the process of putting together a clinic for those interested. For those with limited experience, we will teach you in clinic how to call balls, strikes, safe, outs, fair, foul, and everything in between.

For those interested, please contact Josh Einhorn, WNLL Umpire-in-Chief at madness165@aol.com or Jeff Powell, Asst. Umpire-in-Chief at yankee2357@gmail.com as soon as possible so that we can put the clinic together before the beginning of the season.

For AAA and below, players on a Major League roster or older, age 11 and up are eligible. Again, if your child is interested, please contact Josh or Jeff and we’ll get you on the list. 

The clinic should be scheduled for some time in the next couple of weeks so that we are ready to go come opening day.

Thanks in advance,

Josh Einhorn and Jeff Powell  (The Ump Guys)






BAT STANDARD (Jan 1, 2018):  Little League Changes-it-up again !    (posted 3/3/17)
Beginning with the 2018 Little League season, non-wood and laminated baseball bats used in the Little League (league ages 12 and below), Intermediate (50/70) Division, and Junior League shall bear the USA Baseball logo signifying that the bat meets the USA Baseball Performance Standard.   < click this link to view article >



WNLL Family Tragedy Update
23yo Tommy McGuire, long-time WNLL player, suffered a spinal cord injury in a pool accident on June 11, 2016. For updates on his progress, and neighborly support, please click this link.
WNLL supports the McGuire family during this difficult time.



CLINIC TRAINING —–>  Time to Call Ken Ulrich !!
   or   (845) 353-4222   or   learnbaseball@hotmail.com

Ken Ulrich and Staff will be running a variety of clinics from one-on-one private lessons to small group instruction as well as team clinics at VISION SPORTS CLUB in Pearl River.

Private Lessons . . . Small Group Clinics 1 to 5 ratio . . . Team Clinics

Baseball & Softball instruction are open to all ages 6 – 18.

www.KenUlrichBaseball.com   or   (845) 353-4222   or   learnbaseball@hotmail.com



– Patrick Kivlehan:  MLB Cincinnati Reds, 4/3/17  (STATS LINK)

– Jason Vosler:  Chicago Cubs – AA Tennessee Smokies (STATS LINK)



Little League Age-Change Explanation:
Little League conducted a very detailed participation research project. That research showed that parents, players, and volunteers want to see Little League® become, as a whole, a younger program, and give children an easier way to play Little League with their classmates. Our volunteer District Administrators and the Little League International Board of Directors carefully considered the results of the research, and ultimately changed the Age Determination Date for all divisions of Little League Baseball to August 31. This change will ensure that no child playing in the Little League/Major Division will turn 13 years old at any point during their final season in that division. 




NEW LL RULE: Boundary Rule Provides Options (click here to see the Rule)

For 75 years, the Little League community has been based on the boundaries of the local league. We are excited because for the first time in Little League’s existence, there are now two options for where your children can play Little League.

– As always, they can play for the league where your home is located.
– Or, this year (2014), a new rule allows your children to play for the league where their school is located.

In a changing educational landscape, this new rule gives parents the option to register their children for the Little League that is truly most convenient to the family, and further enhance the role of community with the classmates of your Little Leaguers® and their families.



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