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USE THIS COUPON AND 5% OF ALL SALES WILL BE DONATED BACK TO OUR LEAGUE

Our 2020 Little League Season is scheduled to start in the beginning of April  2020 and will run till the end of June.  We offer TBall, Coach's Pitch, Farm, Minor ,Major &  50/70 divisions, PLUS Senior Girls.   

  • Children must live or attend school within our Little League Boundaries.
  • Boys must be Little League Age 4-13
  • Girls must be Little League Age 4-16
  • Kids are placed in appropriate divisions based on age and skill set
  • We will also offer in-person registration – dates to be announced on website: www.sshll.org under Registration Tab
  • Our registration cost is $250 for Baseball ages 7 and up, $200 for Baseball 6 and under, $200 for Girls Softball
  • THERE IS A $50 DISCOUNT FOR ALL PLAYERS REGISTERED PRIOR TO FEB 8TH, 2020
  • We also need Team Sponsors
  • $550 per team (Sponsor Name will be Printed on Uniform Jerseys)   - Team Sponsor also will include 1 player registration fee
  • THERE IS A $50 DISCOUNT FOR ALL TEAM REGISTRATIONS PRIOR TO FEB 8, 2020

We will supply team jerseys, hats, matching socks, new baseballs and paid umpires for each game. The Registration form can be found on our website at www.sshll.org under the Registration Tab.

 

Important Pricing Information

 
Early Bird Special (Ends Jan 21st)
 
Standard Pricing
 
Baseball ages 7-13 $200 $250
Baseball TBall & Coach Pitch ages 4-6 $150 $200
Softball ages 7-16 $150 $200
Team Sponsorship which includes 1 player Registration $500 $550

2020 Volunteer Form and Background Check

Each year all Little League Volunteers are required to fill out Volunteer forms and go through a Background check.  For 2020 Snug Harbor LL will be using the JDP online BG checks provided by Little League International.

If you would like to Volunteer as a Manager, Coach, Team Parent, Board Member, Director, etc.. for the 2020 season you must go through the BG screening process.

Please follow this link to submit your name and email address to Snug Harbor Little League and further instructions will be provided to you.

 

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LL District 24 All-Star 12s softball: Snug Harbor leaves NO doubt who’s No. 1

 

Snug Harbor left little doubt which team is No. 1 on Staten Island.

The Livingston loop scored four runs in each of the first two innings and never looked back as it cruised to the Little League District 24 All-Star 12s softball crown via an 11-1 triumph over Great Kills Tuesday at South Shore LL.

READ THE FULL STORY AT THIS SILIVE LINK

http://s.silive.com/QY0ASVg

LL District 24 All-Star 10s softball: Snug Harbor cruises in championship game

 

The Snugs, who finished the district tourney with a 3-0 record, entered the game needing to win just once and took care of business from the start as 11 different players found their way on base and wreaked havoc on the base paths.

READ THE FULL STORY AT THIS SILIVE LINK

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Congrats to Our 12 Boys

With 2 WINS in the Tournament

vs WSLL and SILL

and a 4th Place Finish

Congrats to Our 11 Boys

With their Victory

over Great Kill LL

and a 3rd Place Finish

Congrats to Our 10 Boys

With their Victory

over Great Kill LL

and a 4th Place Finish

Snug Harbor 17, Staten Island 0

Liam McBratney allowed no hits and just one walk in 2 1/3 innings to notch the victory for the Livingston loop. He finished with one strikeout.

George Wonica and Jacob Saladis pitched the remainder of the game for the Snugs.

Aiden Schmitt, meanwhile, was 3 for 4, including a double and triple, with three RBI while Saladis, Caesar Figueroa, Ed Rethorn and Ryan Sandberg also plated runs for the winners.

Snug Harbor 10, West Shore 0

The Snugs broke open a close game with a six-run second inning before cruising to  victory.

Ed Rethorn led SH’s attack with two hits, a walk, two RBI and three runs scored.

After Ceasar Figueroa’s sac fly gave Snug Harbor a 1-0 lead after an inning, the Livingston loop scored six more times thanks in part to Harrison Roche (walk), Rethorn (single), Ryan Sandberg (fielder’s choice) and Mateo Gordon (double).

Logan Kielty also had an RBI for the winners.

Andrew Murray was the winning pitcher after firing a two-hitter with six strikeouts in four innings of work.

 

Snug Harbor 14, GK American 2

The Snugs batted around in the top of the first inning to grab control early and starting pitcher Nick Neville did the rest as they cruised to the second-round win.

After Ray Guerriero and Kento Chalmers opened the game with back-to-back singles, Dylan Bligh and Andrew Cavagnaro followed with run-scoring hits to give SH a quick 2-0 lead. Dennis Corson later added an RBI single and Snug Harbor owned a 5-0 lead before GKA batted.

 

"To come out like that right off the bat put us at ease,'' explained SHLL coach Ray Guerriero, whose team finished with 15 hits, including three (two doubles) from Cavagnaro. "We’ve been practicing non-stop, even in rain and mud, and although the kids have been having fun, they’ve been doing everything we asked of them and they played with a lot of confidence after taking the big lead.''

The Snugs took a 6-0 lead thanks to Sam Figueroa’s RBI single in the fourth and even though GKA responded with a two-run single by Brian Lincotta, the visitors got a run back in the fifth on Danny Mills’ RBI single.

The Livingston look then broke the game wide-open with a five-run sixth, thanks in part to Guerriero (RBI single), Chalmers (RBI single), Bligh (two-run single) and Cavagnaro (RBI double).

Neville, meanwhile, allowed just the two earned runs on four hits and three walks. He finished with three Ks before Chalmers pitched the sixth to finish the game.

“It’s a huge win because we now don’t play again until Friday,'' added Ray Guerriero. “I knew we’d hit and we did. But we needed our guys to pitch well against a good team that can hit and they did a good job.”

Snug Harbor 3, GK American 1

Althoff fired a one-hitter with no walks to lead SHLL to victory.

The southpaw, who allowed one unearned run in the fifth, finished with nine strikeouts.

Althoff received plenty of defensive support from first baseman Shane Gordon, shortstop Kyle Martinez and catcher Rich O’Keefe.

The Snugs scored all the runs they would need in the first two innings, including an RBI single by Tyler Stern.

 

NEW

 

Little League

 

Bat Rules

 

Updated as of February 15, 2018

Rule 1.10 – Baseball

The bat must be a baseball bat which meets the USA Baseball Bat standard (USABat) as adopted by Little League. It shall be a smooth, rounded stick, and made of wood or of material and color tested and proved acceptable to the USA Baseball Bat standard (USABat).

Beginning with the 2018 season, non-wood and laminated bats used in the Little League Divisions shall bear the USA Baseball logo signifying that the bat meets the USABat – USA Baseball’s Youth Bat Performance Standard. All BPF – 1.15 bats will be prohibited beginning with the 2018 season. Additionally, starting in 2018, the bat diameter shall not exceed 2 inches for these divisions of play

 

Click on this Video from Little League that explains the NEW Bat Rules for Baseball 

http://videos.littleleague.org/video/2017/09/11/Little+League%C2%AE+USA+Baseball+Bat-R2Y3BtYzE6

 

Additional information is available at LittleLeague.org/batinfo.

 

For a complete list of bats approved through the USABat Standard           visit usabat.com

 

 

Rule 1.10

 

 

Farm/Minor/Major Divisions:

It shall not be more than 33 inches in length; nor more than 2 inches in diameter, and if wood, not less than fifteen-sixteenths (15/16) inches in diameter (7/8 inch for bats less than 30) at its smallest part. Wood bats taped or fitted with a sleeve may not exceed sixteen (16) inches from the small end.