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Spring Baseball Registration for grades K through 9

will be closing March 3rd.

Please follow this link for more information: registration


Players Clinic: Saturday, March 2

1:00 - 3:00 pm

Fox Lane High School Gymnasium

No experience necessary - all are welcome!

Grades K through 6th

Learn new skills and practice fundamentals.

Hosted by Professional Trainer Carlos Rodriguez.

Final Coaches' Clinic, March 3rd
We have added a third coach clinic:
Sunday, March 3
2:00 - 3:30 pm
Conant Hall
255 Westchester Ave
Pound Ridge, NY 10576
As a reminder, completion of the coaching clinic
does not guarantee you a position as coach.
If selected, you will be required to attend the league 
draft (TBD, March 5, 6 or 7 also at Conant Hall),
complete one (1) two-hour player safety training
and a background check
If you have any questions, please reach out to Paul Sander, Commissioner (

First Annual Future Foxes Wiffleball Tournament

In conjunction with the Mount Kisco and Bedford Hills / Katonah Little Leagues, the Bedford Pound Ridge Baseball Association organized the first annual Future Foxes Wiffleball Tournament. Over fifty players came and had a great time. Special thanks to our Master of Ceremonies, Steve Carroll, the Fox Lane Varsity Baseball team volunteers, and the Fox Lane Booster Club.

BPR Lightning Cooperstown Week Recap:

The BPR Lightning 12U Cooperstown team experienced an amazing week of new friendships, the art of negotiating, team bonding, a little baseball, but most importantly life lessons. We started the week with a 10th place finish out of the 104 teams competing in the Around The Horn Plus. While Jamie Boniello, Jacob Cormier, Henry Della Penna, Nicky Dellorso, Omar Giret, Charlie Lewis, Andre McConnell and Sam Sander had a clean around the horn and just missed the medal round by .03 seconds, Harry Carl, Brad Paterson and Colin Witz participated in individual events.

Despite going 1-7 in the tournament, we had the pleasure of playing the #1 overall seed twice in one day. We first played the eventual overall champions Motor City Hit Dogs from Michigan and then played Legends Baseball from North Carolina the eventual #3 overall finisher. We also hit a home run in every game that we played and pitched 2 complete games in the playoffs. The boys and coaches would like to thank the BPR baseball community for their support this year. 

Coach Charlie Della Penna



IMPORTANT NOTICE Re:  Easton 30/20 Ghost X bat

BPRBA has been informed of a statement issued by Easton informing the public that their Easton Ghost X, 30” -10 USA Baseball bat (model #’s YBB18GX10 30/20 & LL18GHX 30/20 Japan model) is no longer certified or approved by USA Baseball.   Please note - while we make no comment as to the validity of the decertification, due to the loss of USA bat certification, this bat cannot be used at any BPRBA game or practice.

As we understand the situation according to the statement, if you purchased one of these bats, Easton will provide a pre-paid mailing label that you can use to return it to Easton. Upon receipt of your bat, Easton will send you via email a one-time use electronic voucher with a value up to $500 to compensate you for your bat and your inconvenience.  The voucher can be used toward another Easton bat and/or any other products on up to $500 before May 31, 2019.

To return your bat and receive your voucher, Easton suggested contacting them at 1-844-531-7079, or email us at Please do not contact the BPRBA regarding this matter.

The complete statement issued by Easton can be found here:

The BPRBA believes it is important to alert you of the information we have been provided regarding this matter.  The BPRBA, however, does not take any responsibility toward remedying this situation on behalf of anyone in our league who may have been impacted and makes no explicit or implicit representations as to the validity of the decertification or about Easton or Easton products. 

Attention K - 6th grade BPRBA families

The Bedford Pound Ridge Baseball Association will be adopting the 2018 Little League bat rule changes.  

This impacts all players in our program from kindergarten through 6th grade.  Bat rules for the 7th - 10th grade are unchanged.

The change is intended to improve the safety of all players by making all the non-wood bats impact the ball similarly to wooden bats.

As of January 2018,  all bats that are not on the approved list are banned for practices and games.  Here is the list of approved bats

Answers to frequently asked questions can be found here:

If you have any questions please contact us at 

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