• Monthly League Meetings
    Monthly League Meeting Schedule

    Mini League 2nd Monday 
    8:00pm Base...
  • Email Contact List
    Email Contact  
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  • Field Status
    Field Map & Status  

    Field Name Field...
  • Schedule
    Schedule -  2023
    League Schedule: Note to Field Crew: GSB Pitcher...
  • Summer Camps
      Summer Camps 2023    Dates  Camp Information June 26 - June 30 / July 24-...
  • EM Williamsport Champions
    Congratulations to the 10U Girls as they are the 2022 New York 8-10 Year Old District 32 and Section...
  • EMBSA Boundaries
    East Meadow Little League Residency Boundaries
  • Picture Day
    EMBSA Picture Day Schedule
    Picture Day for 2023       Remainder of...
  • Winter Clinics
    Winter Clinic Information Reminder...In order to participate in our clinics, the player must be reg...
  • Sponsors
    East Meadow Baseball Softball Association is made possible by our Sponsors - Thank you!!
  • EM Baseball Softball Rules Library
    East Meadow Baseball Softball Rules
    ♦ In-house League Rules:
    EM Little League Ru...
  • Over the Fence Club
    Over the Fence Club  
    Send any new home run information to: homerun@embsa.net


You have reached the home of the East Meadow Baseball Softball Association.

Our goal at EMBSA, is for your child to have a fun experience, make new friends, and learn fundamentals and sportsmanship.

As general information, here are some details of our Association:

The East Meadow Boys Baseball, East Meadow Girls Softball, and East Meadow Senior League are under charter by Little League International Incorporated for their annual Spring Season and is an all-volunteer organization for the benefit of the children who live within our boundaries as defined by Little League International. We serve the East Meadow communities between North Jerusalem Road (on the South) and Hempstead Turnpike (on the North) and between the Wantagh Parkway (on the East) and the Meadowbrook Parkway (on the West). We also serve the small area between Carmen Avenue (on the East) and Eisenhower Park (on the North and West).

As stated, we are a volunteer organization and our Complex is maintained solely by our volunteers.  This includes everything from picking up garbage, cleaning bathrooms to grooming the fields. Any and all help would be appreciated in keeping East Meadow as the best Complex on Long Island.

Our Association consists of five individual Leagues with a common goal, to provide a quality program for the youth of our community.  We are always looking for volunteers, not only to coach or manage, but those who can offer various other skills to help keep costs down in running the Association. Each League holds its own meetings, and everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend.  Attending these meetings allows you to hear what is taking place in that League, and give you the opportunity to be heard as well.  For those who wish to get more involved, or more informed, we invite you to attend these monthly League meetings.  Feel free to attend any and all meetings that pertain to your child's division, perhaps the division that you will be in soon, or even a League that you would just like to know more about.  You can also email the President/Director of each League for more information.  All meetings are held in our Boardroom (adjacent to the snack bar) on our Complex which is on Merrick Avenue just south of Hempstead Turnpike.

Mini League/Kickball is open to boys and girls ages 3-6, and has meetings on the second Monday of every month at 8:00 PM.  Jeremy Webman is President and can be contacted at Jeremyw@embsa.net 

Senior League is open to boys ages 13-17, and has meetings on the second Tuesday of every month at 8:00PM.  Larry Barra is President and can be contacted at larryb@embsa.net

Boys Baseball is open to boys ages 7-12, and has meetings on the second Wednesday of every month at 8:00 PM.  Mike Catalano is President and can be contacted at mikec@embsa.net

Girls Softball is open to girls ages 5-17, and has meeting on the second Thursday of every month at 8:00 PM.  Mike Barnwell is President and can be contacted at mikebarnwell@embsa.net

Challenger is open to boys and girls ages 5 and up, and has meetings on the first Wednesday of the month at 7:30 PM.  Lee Cook is the Director in charge and can be contacted at leec@embsa.net

Each League, with the exception of the Challenger Division, elects its own President, Vice President and its Board Members.   Each of these Board Members and Presidents comprise the Board of Directors, with the addition of several At Large Directors, Life Members, and Commissioner and Vice Commissioner.

For any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Commissioner Steve LaSala at stevel@embsa.net or Vice Commissioner Jim Mazzarella at jimm@embsa.net

We look forward to seeing you on our Complex, hope you have a great season!


East Meadow Chamber of Commerce

Man of the Year


On Friday, March 11, 2022,  EMBSA Commissioner Steve Lasala was presented the East Meadow Chamber of Commerce award for Man of the Year.  We are overwhelmed with pride, that our very own EMBSA Commissioner has been named Man of the Year. With his commitment not only to EMBSA, but to the entire East Meadow Community, we are fortunate to have him as our Commissioner and friend. Please join us in congratulating Steve on this outstanding honor and accomplishment when you see him at the complex and around town!


EMBSA would like to congratulate Richie Krug Jr. as the new East Meadow Chamber of Commerce President! We bid him and all the incoming Board members the best of luck and much success.  We thank the former President Michael Levy for his extraordinary efforts helping businesses and the community during the pandemic.


As 2021 marks the 20th Anniversary of 9/11, East Meadow Baseball Softball Association commemorates this event at our field Complex.

Nassau County Legislator and East Meadow's own Thomas McKevitt lead our ceremony, a very special solemn tribute

Remembering 9/11, 20 YEARS LATER 




2020 Trunk or Treat Halloween - It was SPOOKTACULAR!!


East Meadow's own, Assemblyman Tom McKevitt assisting in presenting the EMBSA wreath at Veterans pool during the Memorial Day Service.