Little League New York District 4 (NYD4) Announces Its 2014 League Training Presented By Little League International
Rochester, New York. (March 3, 2014) – This coming year as Little League International celebrates its 75th Anniversary; Little League New York District 4 (NYD4) proudly announces its 2014 League training presented by Little League International.
For 75 years, Little League has been a place for families to come together, enjoy our nation’s pastime and provide a safe, fun and healthy setting for boys and girls to play baseball and softball. NYD4 Little Leagues provide a unique opportunity for our area children to learn the values of teamwork, sportsmanship and dedication while being a part of the world’s largest youth sports organization.
“It is my extreme pleasure to announce that Jim Ferguson, The Assistant Director of Risk Management, Safety from Little League International will be attending our next District meeting on March 22. He will provide training for leagues on Background Checks , Little League Insurance and ASAP(A Safety Awareness Program) Plans.” said NYD4 District Administrator Ken Liesegang.
The meeting will be held room at Pittsford Town Hall on Saturday March 22nd from 9:00-12:00.
The address is 11 South Main St, Pittsford, NY, 14534. Parking is on the street in front or in the parking lot behind town hall. The event is open to all registered Little League programs, and we are asking that individuals wishing to attend please register at http://nyd4littleleague.org/events-registration.html.
NYD4 has nearly 8,000 players across all divisions including Baseball, Softball, and Challenger Divisions. The NYD4 Region encompasses nearly all of Monroe County and beyond including other towns such as Victor and Macedon. For 60 years plus NYD4 has been providing the highest quality programs developing our youth into not only better players but also better people.
At Roberto's Kids, their global reach and leadership bridges the gap between different cultures through baseball. Their organization partners with communities as they develop and nurture social responsibility.
They achieve that through the collection and distribution of new and gently worn baseball equipment. They work with baseball leagues, charitable organizations, individuals and retailers in the United States, Canada and Latin American countries and AIAA is one of them.
We have already sent one shipment over 200 lbs.! We will be preparing a donation of gently used baseball & softball equipment in the near future. If you are looking to purge some of your child's equipment or uniforms to make room in your house please email Dave Calarco at:
This is a great opportunity to give back to the baseball community.
They have sent us a thank you letter for our first shipment. You may see that letter by clicking here.
If you want more information about this organization click here to be brought to their page.
Click here to be brought to the online registration page or here to get a printable form that you can mail in or bring into one of our walk in registration dates.
Walk in Dates: Saturday January 25th from 9-12:30 @ St. Paul Fire Hall, 433 Cooper Road Wednesday January 29th from 6-9pm @St. Paul Fire Hall, 433 Cooper Road Saturday February 1st from 9-12:30 @ Ridge Culver Fire Hall, 2960 Culver Road
General Dates/Times of Play, Practice and Fee by Division
Weekdays; Games start at 6:30pm and last for more than an hour
Coaches may want player on the field for warm ups at 6pm. Junior and Senior divisions start earlier.
Saturdays; Games may be scheduled anywhere from 9am to 6pm
Another holiday is in full swing and more are coming. Make some room in your home and bring your empty bottles to Ridge Nickelback located at 4389 Culver Road. AIAA has an account set up there. All you need to do is drop them off, you don't even need to wait for Nickelback to process them. They do all the work for you!
The proceeds from this bottle drive will go towards continued improvements of our fields and spring programs as well.
Thier hours are Monday-Saturday: 9 am-6 pm or on Sunday: 10 am- 4 pm and let them know that they are being donated for AIAA. Our account number is 93.
Please make sure you read all these and follow for 2014.
Parent and Guardian Responsibilities
Irondequoit Little League Baseball and Softball
1.A parent, guardian or other designated adult MUST accompany each child to all practices and games.
2.Plan your schedule accordingly for an “on time” arrival to games and practices. Coaches may ask that kids be there 30 minutes prior to game time for warm ups and position assignments.
3.In the event of a medical emergency or injury, the parent is responsible for all medical decisions and treatment for their child.
4.Please make your coach aware of any health, medical conditions, allergies or any expected absences due to illness or other schedule conflicts.
5.If lightning is observed anywhere in the vicinity of a game or practice, all play must end immediately and the field must be evacuated as quickly as possible. An “all clear “may be given after a 20 minute waiting period.
6.In the event of questionable weather, plan on attending the game unless you are contacted by the head coach or Irondequoit Little League prior to the game. There may be occasions when a final decision to play is made at the field.
7.Parents and coaches are expected to be good role models for sportsmanship and teamwork. Let’s all do our best to have fun and praise the good effort despite the score.
8.Support the umpires, coaches, managers and the local and Little League rules. Arguments and foul language will not be tolerated. Contact league officials regarding any concerns or questions.
9.We are guests on ALL of the fields where we play. Please follow the carry in/carry out policy. Report any safety concerns to your coach or your division commissioner.
**** Alcohol, Tobacco and Pets are NOT allowed on the fields where we practice or play games.*****
AIAA Baseball & Softball is a volunteer organization.
All funds collected through registration fees and sponsorships are used to cover the costs of uniforms, equipment, insurance, and umpire fees. We have other administrative costs such as website hosting, banking, telephone and copying.
Our coaches are folks who give of their time to help kids have fun learning and enjoying the games of baseball and softball.
Our administrators do all they can to keep things running smoothly.
If you have suggestions or would like to donate your time or sponsorship please contact us.