United in One Vision as One Community for Baseball and Softball
in Irondequoit: We are Irondequoit Little League
We are located in Irondequoit, NY and offer baseball and softball programs, in spring, summer, and fall.
Irondequoit Little League as a member of New York District 4 provides the best Baseball/Softball experience available for every player at any skill level. NY District 4 has nearly 8000 players ages 4 through 18 playing in Baseball, Softball and Challenger programs. The region encompasses Monroe County and selected nearby towns including Victor and Macedon providing the highest quality programs developing our youth into better players AND better people.
Rochester Agent Recognized for Outstanding Volunteerism
The Allstate Foundation grants $1,000 to the Irondequoit Athletic Association Inc.
Rochester, New York, June 30, 2016 – Allstate agency owner John Cassetta received the Agency Helping Hands in the Community Award for his commitment to helping others. This award earned the Irondequoit Athletic Association Inc., where Cassetta volunteers, each a $1,000 grant from The Allstate Foundation.
“The Irondequoit Athletic Association Inc., truly make a huge difference in the Rochester community,” Cassetta said. “These grant funds will help the association to continue improving the lives and influencing many people in the Rochester County area. I am inspired by the work that they have accomplished and I am proud to be a part of their efforts.”
Allstate agents and employees have a proud history of putting their good hands to work in supporting New York communities, promoting volunteerism and providing financial resources to enable local organizations to help others. The Agency Helping Hands in the Community Award celebrates that spirit of service.
"Irondequoit Little League is very thankful for this generous gift from Allstate and the support from the John Cassetta Agency,” Irondequoit Little League President, Peter LaPietra said. “It is volunteers and sponsors like John and Allstate who make it possible for Irondequoit Little league to provide the proper equipment, training and fields each week for the hundreds of boys and girls in our league to be on the field. Support such as this is what makes community programs like Little League possible and we are grateful."
“Commitment to our communities is a natural extension of what we do every day – protecting people from life’s uncertainties and preparing them for the future,” said Don Rubbo, New York Regional Sales Leader. “With support from The Allstate Foundation, John Cassetta, and the Irondequoit Athletic Association Inc. make Rochester a better, happier place to live.”
The Allstate Foundation awards more than $1 million every year to nonprofit organizations across the country in honor of dedicated Allstate agency owners who give back. To be eligible for nomination, Allstate agency owners must volunteer with, mentor or lead a nonprofit of their choice.
About The Allstate Foundation
Established in 1952, The Allstate Foundation is an independent, charitable organization made possible by subsidiaries of The Allstate Corporation (NYSE: ALL). Through partnerships with nonprofit organizations across the country, The Allstate Foundation brings the relationships, reputation and resources of Allstate to support innovative and lasting solutions that enhance people’s well-being and prosperity. With a focus on building financial independence for domestic violence survivors, empowering youth and celebrating the charitable community involvement of Allstate agency owners and employees, The Allstate Foundation works to bring out the good in people’s lives. For more information, visit www.AllstateFoundation.org.
The following contains the Regular Season Pitch Count Rules.
All Pitch Counts must be entered within 24 hours of the next game: With the exception of a double header or game the following day in which case counts must be entered ASAP.
There is no exception to this so if any have questions as to how to enter please contact me or a League Official any time.
The instructions are as follows:
1) Click on (scroll to) your team
2) Click on "Results" in the navigation
3) There are 2 icons showing to the right of each game listing: the first icon is to be clicked on for game score results. The second icon is to be clicked on to enter pitch counts.
If a Coach/Manager suspects a pitching violation the protest must be made to the umpire during the game followed by a formal protest to the League President and Player Agent.
If a violation has occurred penalties can include up to forfeiture of the game or possibly other actions as determined by the Board Of Directors of the League in accordance with the League Code of Conduct.
Please make sure all are aware of these rules as outlined in the link below:
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Since 2006, Little League® has partnered with Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA) to provide a framework and tools for local Little League volunteers to develop a culture of positive, character-building competition. Recently, Little League extended this partnership to include relevant information for the Little League Coach and the Little League Parent, with the addition of two FREE quick-courses. These quick-courses provide a framework to develop a positive coach-parent partnership and to be a powerful sports parent from the stands.
Little League Double-Goal Coach®: Little League Double-Goal Coaches have two goals, winning, and more importantly, teaching life lessons through baseball and softball. Double-Goal Coach takes its name from a book by PCA Founder and Executive Director Jim Thompson and is the inspiration for the online Little League Double-Goal Coach Course.
Second-Goal Parent: Just as Little League Double-Goal Coaches have two goals -- winning, and more importantly, teaching life lessons through baseball and softball -- Little League and Positive Coaching Alliance aim for “Second-Goal” Parents, who are focused on the “second goal” of helping children take life lessons from sports.
2. Click on Teams, then click on Select a Team, and then choose the appropriate "Season" and then choose the desired team
3. After the screen refreshes to the home page for that team, click on Teams again and then click on Schedule.
4. After the screen refreshes to the team's schedule, click on the small calendar icon next to the word Schedule and then click on the options button. Click on subscribe and choose iCal. You should get a pop up asking if you want to subscribe to the calendar. Click Subscribe and you should then see a pop up confirming the subscription.
That's it. All of your team's scheduling events going forward will automatically be synced with your iOS device for the remainder of that season. At the end of each season you'll want to delete that calendar from your device (in Settings, go to Mail, Contacts, Calendars), and you'll want to re-do the above steps to add the schedule at the beginning of each new season.
There also an app that you can download to your phone
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.
Please make sure you read all these and follow for 2015.
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.*****