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.
Pitch Count Rules and Process
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.
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:
Please note the rules for use of the McAvoy fields
1) No seeds, gum , or food are allowed on the turf or in the dugouts. The only liquid allowed in those areas is water. The fines for violating this can be very heavy.
2) Teams are responsible for their own setup and teardown of fences and mounds. There is no "crew" to do this.
Mounds must be put away outside the locked gate area at the Southeast end of the field after use and fences as well. The only exception is that fences on the North field can be stored behind the bleachers on the Northwest corner of the turf. You can not leave mounds or fences on the field after use. Plan on recruiting players, parents, coaches to help and it goes quickly.
3) 60/90 teams should not be using the portable fences. The fences of the park are about 300 feet which works great for 60/90.
4) Bases for 50/70 and 46/60 can sometimes be left on the field after the game (please ask for confirmation at the park after your game). The turf bases used for 60/90 must be locked up inside the building after use.
5) Do not forget to check to make sure you are playing on the right size field for your game and the correct mound distance. The fields are used for multiple divisions.
A tape measure can be used to measure out correct mound/base distance. There are insert plugs present for 60 and 70 foot base distances and marks on the field for fences for 180', 200', and 225'.
6) Seniors/Juniors teams should be playing on the South field only.
Five-time NBA champion, 15-year NBA veteran, and former General Manager of the Phoenix Suns, In 2015 Kerr entered his first season as the head coach for the Golden State Warriors and finished as NBA Champions. Kerr entered the NBA as a second round selection by the Suns (50th overall) in 1988. He played for six teams during his 15-year tenure (Phoenix, Cleveland, Orlando, Chicago, San Antonio and Portland). He was a part of NBA championship teams in Chicago in 1996, 1997 and 1998, and then won two more rings with the Spurs in 1999 and 2003.
Kerr grew up in Pacific Palisades, Calif and played college basketball at the University of Arizona, where he helped lead the Wildcats and coach Lute Olson to their first Final Four appearance in the NCAA Tournament in 1988. Kerr earned a degree in general studies from Arizona with an emphasis in history, sociology and English in 1988. Kerr and his wife Margot have three children: Nicholas, Matthew, and Madeleine Kerr, who plays for the Cal Women's Volleyball team.
Bruce Bochy's advice to Coaches On Resilience Through Positivity And Perspective:
Bochy is the manager of Major League Baseball’s San Francisco Giants. He began his managing career in 1995 with the San Diego Padres, becoming the only former player to serve as the team’s manager. A two-time National League Manager of the Year, he led the Giants to their World Series title in 2010. Bochy spent nine seasons as a catcher for the Houston Astros, New York Mets, and the Padres. In 2011, Bochy earned PCA's Ronald L. Jensen Award for Lifetime Achievement.
Stephen Douglas "Steve" Kerr (born September 27, 1965) is an American retired professional basketball player and the current head coach of the Golden State Warriors. Kerr is a six-time NBA champion, winning three championships with the Chicago Bulls, two with the San Antonio Spurs, and one as the head coach of the Golden State Warriors. He and Frank Saul are the only two players in NBA history to have won championships with two different teams in consecutive seasons. Kerr shot 45.4% from 3-point range over his career, which is the highest in NBA history for any player with at least 2,000 shot attempts.
On June 2, 2007, the Phoenix Suns named Kerr the team's President of Basketball Operations and General Manager. Kerr helped Managing Partner Robert Sarver buy the Suns in 2004 and became one of Sarver's trusted basketball advisors. Kerr announced his retirement from the Suns in June 2010. Afterwards, Kerr returned as a color commentator for NBA on TNT until 2014 when he pursued a career in coaching.
On May 14, 2014, the Golden State Warriors named Kerr the team's head coach. On April 4, 2015, with a win over the Dallas Mavericks, Kerr broke the NBA record for the most regular season wins for a rookie coach. The Warriors went on to win the 2015 NBA Finals, making Kerr the first rookie coach to win a championship since Pat Riley in the 1982 NBA Finals.
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.*****