Buckeye Field is a picturesque playing surface that is the pride of Lafayette Little League. However, what makes it truly special is the community it fosters. The league's volunteers - 25 board members, 50 managers, and 100 coaches - work tirelessly to teach children about integrity, resiliency, courage, determination, and teamwork.
Even the league's 700+ families contribute with volunteer jobs. Lafayette Little League is run 100% by volunteers. Umpires teach respect while overseeing games, and sponsors provide crucial financial support. The league is a community where parents and children forge new friendships while spending time together, creating memories that will last a lifetime.
Lafayette Little League hopes that all families will cherish the special memories created during the baseball season and that the players of today will bring their own children back to Buckeye to play catch on the same dirt and grass where they played. The venue is not just about the game but about creating a foundation of character and values that children will need to succeed as young adults.
2024 LITTLE LEAGUE REGISTRATION IS OPEN!!!
Three of a kind!!! For what could be the first time in the history of LLL...
9YOAS are DISTRICT 4 CHAMPS! They defeated Alameda 3-2 and 8-6.
10YOAS are DISTRICT 4 CHAMPS! They defeated North Oakland 8-0.
11YOAS are DISTRICT 4 & SECTION 1 CHAMPS!
12YOAS DEFEATED DISTRICT 4 CHAMPS ALAMEDA AND WON THE MCLIN CLASSIC!
Junior All-Stars (2-2) wrapped up their tournament in East County on 6/30.
The boys in pinstripes were victorious against Alameda on June 17, 2023!
Congratulations to the players: Dash Aiken, Aidan Balt, Theo Cheng, Andrew Clemmons, Will Emerson, Will Fishman, Wilson Frisbee, Sasha Korotkov, Kellen Meewes, Grayson Reed, Rhys Scherman and Dilan Shaw.
Manager: JP Reed
Coaches: Dan Emerson and Lee Fishman
Both games on Saturday were highlighted by strong offense and tight defense.
The day got started with the Majors game where the undefeated Pirates took on the Phillies. Teams showed power at the plate with Jake Mikalis of the Phillies and Patton Bittner of the Pirates hitting home runs.
In the AA game, there was just enough offense to push the A's ahead of the Padres late. Pitchers for both teams worked out of bases loaded jams to see the championship game conclude on a strike out in the bottom of the 5th.
In a tight duel on Sunday, the Yankees edged out the Nationals by a final score of 5-3 to win the LLL AAA Championships.
Come to Buckeye this summer during the District 4 Tournament June 28-July 9 to cheer on Lafayette's teams.
Bats and helmets with appropriate face guards are to be provided by parents for each player, along with an appropriate baseball glove (mitt) and non-metal cleats. The league will furnish a jersey, pants, socks, hat and a belt (belts are not used in Instructional).
All bats must have USA designation and ALL batting helmets must have a FULL FACE GUARD
Lafayette Little League sadly lost a strong supporter of its Challenger program with the recent passing of Challenger parent Diane Hong. The mother of a current Challenger player, Diane's family has been involved with the program for several years. Diane always helped at practice with calm patience, a positive spirit, and a warm smile. She will be greatly missed by the Challenger program and the entire Lafayette Little League Community.
Friends have established a GoFundMe account for the family's children,
PLEASE CLICK HERE TO SUPPORT THEM
The Special Education Enrichment Development Foundation of Lafayette named Lafayette Little League its 2019 Community Award recipient in recognition of LLL's Challenger Baseball Program.
Thank you to SEED, Rosemary Kirbach, Steve Parlett, and Skip Tague for all of their work to make the Challenger program the pride of Lafayette Little League.
MAY THE FOURTH BE WITH YOU!
We are back!
After a very successful 2023 baseball season which saw a lot of games played here in Lafayette, summer was equally productive and Lafayette teams competed well. It began with our AAA Yankees winning the District 4 Tournament of Champions. Lafayette's 11YO All-Star Team won District 4 then the Section 1 Tournament and went deep in the NorCal divisional playoffs. Our 10YOAS and 9YO Future Stars teams each won their respective divisions in D4. THE 12YOAS Team also defeated the D4 Champs from Alameda in the final game of the McLin Courage Classic. For the first time ever, our AB House teams formed an All-Star team who entered the Juniors All-Star tournament and had a great time. All of this is indicative of a strong baseball program where players can participate on a recreational level and then turn it up and compete at another level over the summer.
Our Board and Committee ahas been hard at work planning for the 2024 season. Registration is open now for all divisions. Jamboree weekend is scheduled for March 23rd & 24th.
We look forward to seeing everyone out on the fields soon!
President, Lafayette Little League
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In the event rain starts during a game, play may continue provided player safety is not compromised. If, in the opinion of the UMPIRE or a duly appointed League Official, player safety is affected and/or the field will be damaged should play continue, the UMPIRE or duly appointed League official has the authority and responsibility to stop the game. The website will be updated by the league with information regarding field status, usually by 2PM on game day or sooner if possible, and/or should conditions change. Please note that school fields are not in use by LLL for the summer and fall.
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All parents helping players on the field, Board & Committee are required to register as a COACH and consent to a background check. There is no cost to the Volunteer. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
Please take some time to review the Code of Conduct each Little League family agreed to upon enrollment. Thank you.
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