Buddies Needed on Saturday, March 22nd and April 12th @ 9:00 AM!
PONY Baseball's Champions League is baseball for special needs (mentally and physically disabled) kids and the league based in Cypress, CA is the largest Champions league in the world!
LAYB has volunteered to assist with getting 'Buddies" to help at the games. They have teams, uniforms, banners, snacks - it is just like at LAYB! The players all hit each inning through their line up, with the last batter hitting a grand slam. Games are two complete innings.
Last year we had the largest turnout at Champions Baseball ever!!! Let's continue to make LAYB the best league around!
What do Buddies do? Buddies assist in running with the players as they round the bases on offense (sometimes even pushing wheel chairs). On defense, Buddies stand with the player in their position and direct them to where to throw the ball to make the out.
Where: Cypress Youth Baseball - Oak Knoll Park - 9600 Graham Street, Cypress, CA 90630
When: 9:00 - 10:30 AM (four games will be played) March 22nd and April 12th
Who: Mustang age (9-10) and older requested
How to sign up: Please go to http://vols.pt/W1QBgw to sign up. All volunteers will be managed through this website. If you have any questions, please contact Lisa Gilbertson at 310-505-1357 or email@example.com
They need 80 Buddies per day to help!
It will be a fun-filled morning and you will witness incredible joy and the love of the game! Please sign up now!
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LAYB PLAYER NEWS....
LOS ALAMITOS BRONCO "A" ALL-STARS MAKE 2013 WORLD SERIES SEMIFINAL VS. MEXICO
For four incredible days of baseball, our Los Al Bronco all-stars team played with heart and represented LAYB and
Southern California with class and excellence. Congratulations, boys, on a phenomenal run at the 2013 Bronco World Series!
LOS ALAMITOS 14 A SURVIVES MEXICO/CULIACAN - SCOPEL 2-1 THANKS TO KYLE COLBURN'S LATE-GAME HEROICS
Kyle Colburn brought home the go-ahead run to give Los Alamitos 14 A the lead in the sixth inning, as Los Alamitos 14 A hung on to beat Mexico/Culiacan - Scopel 2-1 on Saturday. Brent Cortez reached on an error to get on base in the sixth. He then went from first to second on a groundout by Sean Morgan.
Michael Townsend shut down Mexico/Culiacan - Scopel while he was on the bump. Townsend held Mexico/Culiacan - Scopel hitless over five innings, allowed no earned runs, walked two and struck out eight. Drew Platt got it done on the mound on the way to a win. He allowed one run over two innings. He struck out four, walked one and surrendered one hit.
In the bottom of the first, Los Alamitos 14 A grabbed the early lead, 1-0. A double by Jacob Baldauf, bringing home Tyler Kurata started the inning off. The sixth inning saw Mexico/Culiacan - Scopel score its only run on the day on a groundout by Luis Lozano.
PINTO-A BEATS TOP-SEEDED SOCAL OUTLAWS FOR CHAMPIONSHIP
On June 30, the LAYB Pinto-A baseball team beat the top seeded So. CA Outlaws travel team 10-6 to claim the 8U Gold Bracket championship in the All-Star Extravaganza Tournament held at the Big League Dreams Fields in Chino Hills and West Covina. Playing four games in the two-day tournament, the LAYB Pinto-A team scored a total of 54 runs and held their opponents to just 10 runs overall.
BACK ROW: Coach Jason Cairns, Manager Kelly Schneider, players Zack Lent, Gavin Nuzum, Ryan Hansen, Joey Hannifin, Marco Morales, Trent Cairns, Coach Neal Hannifin FRONT ROW: Bobby Ketcham, Cody Hearn, Ryan Foster, Dylan Hahn, Brett Anderson, Nate Schneider. Not in picture: Lucas Aguirre
SHETLAND TEAM HITS BOMBS ON WAY TO THE WORLD SERIES
Video Highlights from July 9th:
Game 4 - Shetland 6U Championship Game, Wilmington Tournament
5th Inning (Last Inning)
- 2 Outs - ELB 8, Los Alamitos 6
Sean Kassawara hits a 2-run homer to tie the game and send LAYB into extra innings!
Easton Shortle hits a 3-run homer in the 6th inning to win the game!
We will try and highlight various accomplishments by our baseball players, on and off the field. If you have a story that we should share, please send it in to us.
(Send it to webmaster@LAYB.org)
The following companies have donated money, services or materials to LAYB for the 2013 season.
Please show them your thanks and appreciation by patronizing these establishments, whenever possible.
"You owe it to yourself to be the best you can be in baseball and in life."
LAYB is a non-profit youth baseball organization and home of the 2013 PONY Baseball Bronco World Series.
Based in Los Alamitos, California, LAYB is an all-volunteer organization that offers both Fall and Spring baseball programs to boys and girls ages 4-14. We serve Los Alamitos and neighboring communities including Seal Beach, Long Beach, Garden Grove, Huntington Beach, Stanton, Westminster and Cypress.
LAYB is a member of PONY Baseball and plays by PONY rules. The difference between the PONY brand of baseball and Little League is that PONY more closely resembles Major League Baseball (MLB) play. PONY plays by MLB rules allowing both lead-offs and stealing starting at age 9 and field dimensions are more appropriately sized.
In 2012, LAYB celebrated its 50th anniversary as a youth baseball league. LAYB is honored that PONY Baseball has selected our league to host the Bronco World Series. We are excited for the opportunity it brings to the Los Alamitos community and baseball fans across Southern California.
Opening Day for the Spring 2013 season was February 23rd and the season runs until early June.
LAYB LEAGUE BOUNDARIES:
LAYB strictly enforces league boundaries established by PONY Baseball. Players who do not live in the specified boundaries will not be eligible for all-star teams. All players, regardless of where they live are welcome to sign-up and play in regular season and playoff games.
CLICK HERE to view a map of our league boundaries.
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