Collins and Ellerhorst Field Clean Up Saturday January 26th
The player draft has been completed and rosters have been approved by the Board. Managers will be announcing teams by week of January 14th.
Teeball Teams – Players registered for Teeball will be assigned to teams by Vice President Player Agent, Rick Boyer. Questions and requests can be emailed to Rick at firstname.lastname@example.org
Managers and Coaches Needed - Volunteers are needed for team manager and coach positions in Teeball, Softball and Baseball divisions. The practice season will be able to start in February only if teams have assigned volunteer managers. Registration for required Little League background screen at website Pinole Hercules LL Manager & Coach Registration
Field Clean-up Days – Saturday, January 26, 2019, will be field clean-up day at Collins and Ellerhorst for all teams. The practice season will be able to start in February only if the fields are playable after clean-up day(s). More information will be communicated in following weeks.
Practice Season – Equipment will be distributed to teams with practice season schedule to begin in February after fields are in playable condition and teams have assigned managers.
Opening Day – Mark your calendar for Saturday, March 2, 2019. All players in uniform for parade, picture day, hit-a-thon, and fun activities for all before the start of regular season games. More information will be communicated in coming months.
Sponsors Needed – Team sponsor levels begin at $500. Questions and request for information can be emailed to email@example.com.
Challenger Division – Open registration for Challenger Division, Little League's adaptive baseball program for individuals with physical and intellectual challenges, Challenger Division. Pinole Hercules Little League Challenger Division registration at website Pinole Hercules Little League 2019 Spring Registration is free for ages 4 -18 and there are no residency or school attendance in league boundary requirements.
Late Registration – Registrants after November 30, 2018 for Teeball, Baseball, and Softball divisions may be placed on waiting list for opening on rosters. Pinole Hercules Little League 2019 Spring Registration.
The Little League® manager and coach must be leaders. All must recognize that they hold a position of trust and responsibility in a program that deals with a sensitive and formative period of a child’s development.
It is required that the manager and coach have understanding, patience and the capacity to work with children. The manager and coach should be able to inspire respect. Above all else, managers and coaches must realize that they are helping to shape the physical, mental and emotional development of young people.
The league president selects and appoints the managers and coaches. As such, no person becomes a manager or coach without the approval of the president. All appointments are subject to final approval by the local league’s board of directors.
Please click on link below : PHLL 2019 Spring Managers and Coaches Registration to complete online registration.
Questions? Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration Fee: Baseball $225, Softball $250, Teeball $150, Challenger $0
Late Registration Fee: $50 after November 2018 (exclude Challenger)
**Refundable** Volunteer Fee: $100 Per Family (exclude Challenger)
Must be a resident or student in the areas of Crockett, El Sobrante, Hercules, Pinole, Rodeo, or Tara Hills (exclude Challenger)
Registrants after November 30th may be placed on waiting list for opening on rosters.
Boys ages 4 - 14, Girls ages 4 - 16. The age determination date for a Little League BASEBALL player is the actual age of a child as of August 31 of the current year. The age determination date for a Little League SOFTBALL player is the actual age of a child as of January 1 of the current year. These respective dates identify the "league age" as it relates to a player's eligibility to participate in any of Little League's divisions of play.
Please click on link below : PHLL 2019 Spring Players Registration to complete online registration.
Questions? Email to: email@example.com
Sunday, March 31, 2019 vs Anaheim Angels - 1:00 PM
Pregame Festival, Pregame Parade, & Special Giveaways
Plaza Level Section 208 - $25 Ticket
Ticket order information to be announced in January
The Pinole Hercules Little League Board of Directors thanks the mowing team volunteers for their time and support in maintaining the Ellerhorst grass fields and common areas.
The Ellerhorst fields are leased by West Contra Costa School District to Pinole Hercules Little League (PHLL) with responsibility for mowing and maintaining the grounds.
The Ellerhost fields were used by over 450 players and 100 managers/coaches during the PHLL 2018 Spring, Tournament, and Fall seasons.
The fields were also used by the Pinole High School Varsity and Junior Varsity softball teams for their 2018 practices, regular season games, and playoff tournaments.
The Pinole Hercules Little League Board of Directors for 2019 will begin their one year term on Saturday, September 1, 2018 with 13 officers including 9 returning and welcoming 4 new members; Rick Boyer, Cesnae Crawford, Jeron Davis, and Rod Wyatt. The Board thanks Darryl Ng and Mark Schick for their years of service to the league and Valerie Potts who has been a part of the league for over 20 years and serving as board President for the past several years.
· August 26, 2018
Ka’olu Holt threw a 79-pitch, two-hit gem for the United States Champions from Honolulu Little League, who became Little League Baseball World Series Champions on the strength of a 3-0 triumph over South Seoul Little League Sunday afternoon.
Before a crowd of nearly 28,000 fans at Howard J. Lamade Stadium, Holt was stellar, fanning eight and walking just one in a complete-game victory.
The International Region Champions from South Korea countered with Yeong Hyeon Kim and Shoo Ho Choi scattering seven hits and recording eight strikeouts, but Hawaii made the plays that resulted on runs.
After sending down South Korea in the top of the first inning, Kim’s first pitch to Hawaii lead-off hitter Mana Lau Kong was lined for home run over the right-center field fence.
In the third inning, Taylin Oana and Zachary Won both reached safely and would score on a single wild pitch, upping the advantage to 3-0, and setting the margin of victory.
Chandler Murray, Kong, Sean Yamaguchi, Holt, Jace Souza, Hunter Nishina, and John De La Cruz each collected one hit to lead the Honolulu Little Leaguers. On defense, the eventual World Series champions didn’t commit a single error. Bruce Boucher had the most chances in the field with eight.
The Championship game triumph was the third for the state of Hawaii in four title game appearances. Hawaii has qualified for the Little League Baseball World Series 11 times and previously won the world title in 2005 (Ewa Beach) and 2008 (Waipio).
The Pinole Hercules Little League would like to thank all our sponsors for the 2018 Little League Season.
Check out the Sponsors page!
Mail: Pinole Hercules Little League
P.O. Box 213
Pinole CA. 94564