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♦ Re-Opening East Meadow Day!!

 

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**Parent Waiver - Click here to print and complete the waiver form that is required for each individual player and returned to your team manager prior to your first game.

 

♦EMBSA Update - July 13, 2020: 

Dear Parents and friends, we at East Meadow Baseball/ Softball Association are happy to be playing ball again, but we want to be safe as well. We have put in place some safety measures for your children to follow in the dugouts and on the field and we have some for you too:

 
WE WILL :
 
* Limit players in the dugout and have some players sit in designated seats in the bleachers
* We will provide extra catchers equipment so one set is always disinfected by one of the coaches
*  We will instruct the players that there are no seeds allowed in dugout or on the field, no spitting of seeds
* We will use a different ball for each team at bat
* We will have all adults on the field and in dugouts wear masks
* We will have each team clean the dugout before and after every game
* We will have the bathrooms cleaned periodically depending on situations
* We will limit bathroom capacity to one adult and one child
* We will not be serving food or drink 
* We will supply disinfection stations through out the Complex.
* We will have teams enter and exit fields from different gates
* We will post signage and distance markers
 
 
We ask that you help us keep your children and all other guests safe as well while you are on the Complex.
 
* Please practice Social Distancing
* Please don't sit in the player's designated area on the bleachers
* Please wear a mask
* Please limit bathroom occupancy
* Please STAY HOME if you or your child have any symptoms of or exposure to COVID-19
* Please limit spectators to two per player
* Please discourage the sharing of food and drink
 
 
As we get ready to play ball the following MUST be adhered to by all players:
 
 * No sharing equipment
 * Players will sit in dugout and bleachers in marked area
 * No seeds or bubble gum in dugout or on the field
  *Bat rack can not be used
 *No sharing of food or drink
 *No after game handshake
 *No High 5's with teammates
 *Two sets of catcher's equipment
 *Limited bathroom capacity
 *After game ends teams will leave via outfield gate
* No after game meetings
 *New team to wait for dugout to be empty before they enter.

WE are in this together, WE need to keep our community safe and healthy.  Let's all enjoy the season !  

 

If you have any questions, send us an email at: info@embsa.net.
 
Regards,

 

East Meadow Baseball Softball Association

 

 

 

 

♦ Registration: Check back with us later this month for Fall ball enrollment...

  Any questions, click here: registration@embsa.net 

  •  Click here for Online Registration (preferred and highly recommended) 

Then click on the green Log In button on top right corner. New users: create ID and Password

  •  Click here for Printable Registration Form (NOT recommended) 

 Print to mail in the form along with any supporting documents that is required.

  

 

♦ 2020 Summer Camps now available:

  

Central Meadow Baseball Academy - Another week of camp just added! Don't miss out, signup now!! August 24 - 27.

 

 Click here for camp details:

 Central Meadow Baseball Academy

 

 

♦ EMBSA gives thanks to the approved volunteers for 2019Click here

       

♦ 2020 Spring Intramural: TBD.

 

 

Congratulations Brendan Wilkowski - 2020 East Meadow High School Salutatorian!! 

 

EMBSA tips their caps to Brendan Wilkowski as he is this year's East Meadow High School Salutatorian!  Brendan had played with East Meadow Little League from Tball through Senior League and is currently a member of the EMBSA youth umpire crew.  EMBSA is very proud of Brendan's accomplishments and wishes him much success as he enters the next important chapter of his life at Yale.  Way to Go Brendan!!

  

As seen in the East Meadow Patch: https://patch.com/new-york/eastmeadow/east-meadow-announces-top-students-class-2020

East Meadow High School salutatorian Brendan Wilkowski boasts an impressive record of academic and extracurricular achievements, as well. During his high school career, he received a perfect score of 36 on the ACT, a near-perfect score of 1590 on the SAT, and was awarded the George Washington University Engineering Medal and a National Merit Scholarship Corporation Scholarship. He was named a NYSPHSAA Scholar-Athlete from his freshman through junior years and was on the honor roll every quarter throughout his high school career. Similarly, he was also awarded the NYPD Scholarship and the 2020 NYU Winthrop Hospital Sports Medicine Scholarship while also being a semifinalist in the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program.

 

Brendan belonged to several honor societies in high school, including the National Honor Society, for which he was a board member, and the Math, Science, Social Studies, English and Spanish honor societies. As a student-musician, he was an All-County trombonist and head of the brass ensemble in the Tri-M Music Honor Society. Outside of the classroom, he worked at CAPE and umpired youth softball and baseball for the East Meadow Little League.

 

Combining his leadership skills and altruism, Brendan formed his own free tutoring organization called Supreme Test Prep. In addition, he spent many hours performing community service at Hope Fitness, a fitness center for disabled adults. Lastly, he was a tour guide at the Center for Science Teaching and Learning and volunteered at various charitable walks, including those for ALS and breast cancer.

 

Brendan's favorite high school memory is being named "Most Likely to Succeed" at the Senior Banquet. "This feat meant a great deal to me because I felt that I had truly made an impact on those around me and that they thought highly of me," he said.

 

Even though he was not able to share the last few weeks of high school with his classmates, Brendan wants his peers to recognize their importance at this pivotal time in history. "As we each head out on different paths in life, it is important to remember that we will be shaping the course of history," he said. "We have the ability to truly improve this world as we progress in life, whether that be in small showings of affection or large discoveries."

 

Brendan will attend Yale University in the fall, where he will major in biomedical engineering and economics.

 

 

   

With sincere gratitude for their time and commitment to the children of this great East Meadow community, East Meadow Baseball Softball Association gives thanks to the following approved volunteers for 2019:

Ackerman, Daniel Heyman, Carey Sanderson, Kevin
Alexander, Seth Hohl, Charles Santos, Theresa
Alfano, Frank Hohl, Karen Scali, Edward
Alfano, Robert Iliopoulos, Thanasi Schroeck, Michael Sr.
Amodeo, Keith Jacobs,Jason Schwabe, Patrizia
Anello, Mark Kahl, Michael Schwabe, Raymond
Augustyn, Mitchel Kamper, Kevin Schwartz, Andrew
Barnwell, Christine Kemler, Matthew Scott, Charles
Barnwell, Michael Klepner, Daniel Shepard, James
Barra, Lawrence Koehler, Todd Silwa, Ilyse
Beiner, Michael Komis, Constantinos Silwa, Lukasz
Belfield, William Kong, Mel Simensky, Kaitlin
Blanco, Daniel Lachoff, Lauren Simensky, Kyle
Bodendorf, Richard Lamaitis, Kathleen Slobodin, Matt
Broome, Kathy Lasala, Stephen Smith, Matthew
Broome, Michael Lederer, Timothy Squillante, Louis
Brown, Donald Leone, Salvatore St.Lucia, Lauren
Brush, Thomas Levinsohn, Norman St.Lucia, Paul
Buttner, Karen Lindow, Andrew Stein, Thomas
Calabro, Peter Lipack, Kelly Steinhaus, Todd
Calderon, Luis Lipack, Matthew Summers, Hope
Carretta, Phil Lipoveg, Anthony Tauber, Nathaniel
Cassano, Victor Lopez, Louis Teemsma, Christopher
Castle, Courtney Louzeiro, Roy Tejeda, Samuel
Catalano, Michael Lupo, Joseph Terino, Michael
Catalano, Tracy Mahan, Connor Van O'Linda, Kelly
Cavazza, John Maniscalco, Frank Ventura, Richard
Chohan, Ahmad Markowski, Stephen Viveiros, Peter
Cialone, Joseph Mazzarella, James Wakely, Robert
Clifford, Joanna Mcbrien, William Wallace, Thomas
Cohen, Jason McKenna, Seth Wanatick, Eric
Cohen,Daniel McQuillan, Roger Weber, Al
Cook, Lee McShane, Kevin Webman, Diana
Cronin, William McSherry-ng, Kelly Webman, Jeremy
Dantuono, Michael Meoli, Richard Welsh, Michael
DeCampi, Gregory Merendino, Russell Whitehurst, Mark
Destafano, Frank Merkle, Thomas Wier, Paul
Dolengewicz, Christopher Micciche, Chistopher Wood, Caryn
Dominguez, Richard Mocharski, Robert Wood, Michael
Dowling, Daniel Moran, Timothy Wu, Chien
Elsheemy, Amal Morosoff, David Yagman, Danielle
Facendola, Giovanni Negron, Jose Yerkes, Alison
Febesh, Stuart Nelson, Christopher Yerkes, Russell
Fefferman, Brian Newman, Jason Zacharias, Frank
Ferdinand, Richard Olson, Robert Zarate, Alkin
Fitzgerald, Kevin O'Sullivan, barbara  
Flynn,John Palacio, Jorge  
Francis, Matthew Piccoli, Richard  
Frisch, Angela Pollack, Harvey  
Frisch, Benjamin Powell, Janet  
Gailing, David Powell, Robert  
Gallo, Anthony Provitera, Paxton  
Gangi, William Ramos, Christina  
Garcia, Eric Rinella, Melody  
Geraghty, Melinda Ritter, Gerald  
Goldberg, Michael Roccaro, Joseph  
Gonzalez, Kimberly Rose, Daniel  
Haber, Alan Rosenau, Caryn  
Halkitis, Michael Ryan, James  
Hernandez, Orlando Salem, Parisa  
     
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You too can be a Volunteer:

 Volunteer background checks, 

Click here for Annual 2020 Volunteer Form - First time

 

Click here for Annual 2020 Volunteer "Basic" Form - Returning volunteers

 

All those who would like to volunteer must complete a 2020 Volunteer background check. Background check is an annual requirement.

If you are unsure if you are on the approved list, please contact your respective Player Agent or League Director.

"Be aware that background checks which are done by, or required by, landlords or property owners do not satisfy the regulation. Also, other city, county, or state background checks do not meet the regulation. It is mandatory that the local league do its own background checks on all the required individual such as, but not limited to, team managers, coaches, additional practice coaches, board members, umpires, or other volunteer, or hired workers who provide regular service to the league and/or have repetitive access to, or contact with, players or teams."

 

 

USA Baseball Bat Standard

As of January 1, 2018, the new USA Baseball Bat Standard was implemented. USABat Standard bats must be used in the Little League Major Baseball Division and below. Either USABat Standard bats or BBCOR bats must be used at the Intermediate (50/70) Baseball and Junior League Baseball Divisions. At the Senior League Baseball Division, all bats must be meet the BBCOR standard. Little League-approved baseball bats that were approved for use for the 2017 season will no longer be acceptable for use in any Little League game or activity as of January 1, 2018. For more information on the USABat standard and a complete list of bats approved through the USABat Standard, visit usabat.com.

 

For more information, please click on the useful links below

http://www.littleleague.org/learn/equipment/baseballbatinfo.htm

http://www.littleleague.org/learn/equipment/baseballbatinfo/USA-Baseball-Bat-Standard-FAQs.htm