Little League registration for the Spring 2017 season is now open.
Come join us for 2017 Spring Travel and Rec League Baseball and take part in what is sure to be another exciting fall season in the largest youth sport in the world. Children ages 7 to 12 are eligible to play.
The East Greenbush/Castleton Little League has always worked hard to give our players the best fields in the Capital Region and we want to continue to make them better. Some of the plans we have are to add batting cages, improve the scoreboards and add screeening to the backstops. All of this takes money to accomplish. The league has many sponsorship opportunities that can be found by clicking the following link: SPONSORSHIPS
The sponsorships are great and truly appreciated, but if you were looking to donate just a couple of dollars to the league you can do so by clicking the DONATE button below. Thank you in advance for your continued support of the East Greenbush Castleton Little League.
Congratulations to the East Greenbush Green team for winning the District 14 – 9/10 year old Round Robin Tournament
The East Greenbush Green team capped off a 10-1 all star season with a 10-6 victory over the East Greenbush Gold team. EGC Gold finished the all star season with a 9-2 record. Congratulations to both teams.
East Greenbush Castleton’s 7/8 All Star team wins the Chatham Tournament in Dramatic Fashion
After being down 17 – 2 in the 4th inning of the Championship game, EGC staged an incredible come back which was capped off by scoring 9 runs in the bottom of the 6th inning, 7 of them with 2 outs, to win on a walk off base hit by Sean Boniface to win the championship 18 – 17!
The kids played with a never give up attitude and stuck together for the entire game. Thank you to all of our fans who came out and cheered the boys on!
Congratulations to the 11U EGC Athletics Travel Team for winning the Battle of the River Memorial Day Weekend Tournament in Toms River, New Jersey. The Athletics capped off the tournament with a 5 – 0 record, outscoring their opponents 51 to 21.
The 11U team beat three teams from New Jersey, one from New York City and defeated a team from Fairfield, Connecticut in the final.
Coach Aaron Lensink said, “I am glad they didn’t ask me to pick a MVP, because there seemed to be someone different stepping up in each game and in a lot of cases, each inning. It was a total team effort to come here and win 5 games versus some very tough competition. The boys should be very proud.”
Team members include: Carter Albano, Kyle Blake, Joe Brodzinski, Nathan Davis, Landon Flach, Sam Gamello, Andrew Lensink, Michael Murtagh, Jacob Skarlis, Gavin Van Kempen, Alex Wheeler and Jack Wildermuth.
IMPORTANT CHANGES COMING TO LITTLE LEAGUE APPROVED BATS
Starting in 2018 only bats that say USA BASEBALL will be allowed to be used in Little League games. Please keep this in mind when deciding to buy new bats. When additional information is released we will post it here.