Rain Delay - Fields Closed Until Further Notice
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ALL FIELDS ARE Open TODAY FOR BASEBALL !!
FIELDS ARE OPEN TODAY FOR BASEBALL !!
This team advanced to within the top 10 teams in Northern California last year as 11's and hope to match or better their efforts this year. Sign up with GameChanger and follow the games live. The kids appreciate the in-person support as well as the numerous fans from the league unable to attend the games.
Introducing the 2018 SRALL All Stars !!!!
Saturday, May 12
SRALL 99 Pledges
Check out the progress of our 99 Pledges Fundraiser! We are eager to reach our goal this year to fund the much-needed improvements at our home fields. We are improving the grounds and facilities while creating a safe and clean environment for all of us involved with SRALL. Thank you for your efforts and contributions.
On Saturday, March 24th, all teams, T-Ball through Majors, should arrive at the Monroe Complex by 8:30 am and ready for line up at 9:00 am on Memorial Field. Teams will need their banners ready.
The SRALL Teams parade will start at 10:00 am, followed by the Opening Day Ceremony on Andrews Field.
Team and individual Player Photos are scheduled to take place per the schedule below. Check with your manager to confirm the time.
Registration is Closed
It goes without saying that the devastating fires have taken an incredible toll on our community these past several days. The SRALL community would like to know how we can help. Please let us know by contacting email@example.com and letting us know how the fires may have affected your family and if you need any help with donations, baseball related or otherwise. For several generations, SRALL has more than once extended it’s arms to the needs of their baseball family. We are prepared to open our arms even wider in this time of need.
For those of us who have our homes intact or have returned from evacuation, please consider donating new or gently used baseball clothes, cleats, bats and other gear. Most importantly, please consider that glove that is too small or never used. A baseball and glove is the simplest way to give this game of preoccupation, this game of healing, this beautiful game of baseball to our kids in the community. Playing catch with mom or dad, brother or sister, friend or neighbor is truly the foundation of baseball. Let’s rebuild our baseball hopes and dreams.
Look for 2018 Spring Registration starting later this Fall.
The Salsa 11's, otherwise know as the SRALL 9-11 All Stars, have advanced to the Northern California Championship. Having beaten Vacaville and Mill Valley, twice, our SRALL 11 year olds are guaranteed a spot as one of the top 10 teams in the state for their age group. This amazing team has moved into this honored championship bracket at a quick and impressive way. With a nod to the unmatched hitting, the defense and pitching continues to be the staple of this incredible and cohesive team.
The California Championship will be held, starting this weekend, in Fremont. This team has gathered an impressive following of super fans that have helped inspire the Salsa 11 boys the whole journey. Come out, if you can, to watch SRALL do something that has not been done before in our league history.
Congratulations SRALL 11 All Stars !! Check out this recap !!!
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Congratulations to our 11 year old All Stars team! The 11U team completed a five game win streak to capture the District 35 9-11 championship banner over a talented Petaluma National team. Outscoring their opponents 93-24 over 7 games, the ‘Salsa' 11’s racked up several runs and hits, but ultimately won the title with an incredible display of defense from every position on the field. Next step, the Sectional Bracket that begins, for SRALL, Saturday, July 15 at 11:00 am at Rincon Valley against the winner of the Mill Valley and Sonoma game.
Way to go Salsa ! George Haire Article in the ARGUS-COURIER
Congratulations!!! Thank you for representing SRALL during the 2017 Tournament season!!!
Congratulations to all of our Hit-Off Winners (by Age):
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Fall Ball Registration for 2017 is open and is ONLINE. Please check it out. Any questions, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration may close sooner, due to teams reaching their roster limit.
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Joey Gomes, Head Coach/General Manager of the Healdsburg Prune Packers has recently been named USA Baseball's NTIS North Bay Section Director! The NTIS, National Team Identification Series, is USA Baseball's most comprehensive player identification event to ID players for future national team programs. SRALL has been asked to host the North Bay's first NTIS Event on Sunday, April 14th for 11U & 12U ages!! Click the below link to sign up your player for a chance to tryout for USA Baseball - 11U & 12U...
For a complete inside look at how this amazing opportunity works and understand what this organization is all about, click on the below link to the USA Baseball ID Series Selection Show...
Information Line / Field Conditions 522-3571
P.O. Box 5003
Santa Rosa, CA 95402
March 14 @ SCOE
Sunday, January 27th
13 - 14 year-olds should arrive by 8:15 am, check in, and be ready to go at - 8:30 am
10 year-olds should arrive by 9:45 am, check in, and be ready to go at - 10:00 am
9 year-olds should arrive by 11:15 am, check in, and be ready to go at - 11:30 am
8 year-olds should arrive by 12:45 am, check in, and be ready to go at - 1:00 pm
Wear baseball pants, hat, and cleats (no metal cleats). Bring your glove, bat and helmet. We will provide bats and helmets for use if you need. Relax. Have fun!
If inclement weather arrives this Sunday, we will notify you as soon as we are able.
** Times are subject to change **
Fall Ball Registration is open to 9-10 year-olds (Minors), 11-12 year-olds (Majors), 13 year-olds (50/70 - limited availability), 13-14 year-olds (Juniors)
Fall Ball instructional league is an excellent opportunity to improve skills before the move up to the next level of play while competing against neighboring leagues. Please check the age chart and use the league age your player will be for the 2019 Spring Season.
Hope to see you out there!
Reds - Majors Champs
Pirates - AAA Champs
A's - AA Champs
SRALL Majors Champs - Reds
The Santa Rosa American Junior League Reds won big over the Sebastopol Greys 12-2 on Sunday, June 10. The Junior Reds got things moving in the first inning, when Wesley Allen doubled on a 0-1 count, scoring one run. The Reds then scored five runs in the fourth inning. The rally was led by singles by David Monk, Matt Smith, Austin Grace, and Owen Carroll.
Matt Smith took the win for the Red Stockings and looked unstoppable on the mound in relief. He allowed just two hits and two runs over three and a third innings, striking out two.
The Grey’s starting pitcher took the loss for Sebastopol, as he allowed 15 hits and 12 runs over five and two-thirds innings, striking out one. The Santa Rosa American team came out swinging, and it paid off.
Wesley Allen started the game for the 13-14-year-old team surrendering zero runs on one hit over two and two-thirds innings, striking out two. The Reds saw the ball well at the plate as they racked up 15 hits in the game. Matt Smith, Austin Grace, and Owen Carroll, Eisen Fitzgerald and Mason Hallin all managed multiple hits for the 90 ft field team from Santa Rosa. The Junior team was sure-handed in the field for this game and didn't commit a single error. Austin Grace made the most put outs with six. Sterling Lindsay, Sam Goldberg, Quan Kauwe, Kevin Ponce and Nicky Ayer all made terrific defensive plays to keep the Greys from advancing on the bases.
Congratulations to our Juniors team! The Reds represented SRALL well and should be proud of their season and championship tournament play.
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