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2017 Fall Ball Updated 10/30/2017
 Congratulations to the Lake Monsters, 2017 Fall Baseball Champions!
The Lake Monsters, coached by Tim Storm, Andy Ruzanski and Nick Green, completed a perfect season going 8-0 and winning the Fall Baseball Pony Tournament
And Congratulations to the Bulls, 2017 Fall Baseball Runners Up!
Coached by Skip Rozanski, Kurt Schaffer and Bill Bordenet, the Bulls had an outstanding season by taking second place in both the regular season and the Fall Ball Tournament

2017 All Star Game Updated 8/5/2017
Come join us for our annual 2017 All Star Game on Tuesday, July 11th!  Fesitivites for the day include:
HR Derby - Gbur B starting at 6pm;  congratulations to this year's winner, Matt Schalk (left, 5 HRs), and second-place Kyle Varela (right, 4 HRs) and third-place Collin Kula (3 HRs).

Congrats to our 2017 Pony All-Stars!  

Team Red
 (Coached by Chandler White & Andrew Ruzanski)
A's - Dylan Siena (8th) Lucas Marini (7th)
Cubs - Nathan Hochhalter (8th) David Nora (7th)
Cardinals - Chris Skaria (8th)  Bobby Widlowski (7th)
LZ Blue - Spiros Pissios (8th) Colin Kula
Rolling Meadows - Joe Bordingnon (8th), Adam Knoll (8th), AJ Enriquez (7th)

Team Blue
 (Coached by Nick Green & Jeff Luppino)
Braves - Jimmy Revel (8th) Akshay Dalvi (7th)
Hoffman Estates - Quintin Seville (8th) Brenden Freres (7th)
LZ Red - Mickey Holub (8th) Aidan Broadfield (7th)
White Sox - Daniel Baker (8th) Matthiew Beebe (7th)
Orioles - Ryan Combs (8th) Jackson Wheat (7th)
Tigers - Matt Jacobsen (8th) Jason Cook (7th)

2017 League Results Updated 7/9/2017
The PBA Pony 2017 Champions are the Mighty Orioles, who defeated the Athletics in an exciting championship game 13-12.  It was a well-played game by both team with great pitching, defense, and timely hitting.

2017 PBA Pony League - Overall Finish:
(1) Mighty Orioles
(2) Athletics
(3) Rolling Meadows

The Palatine Baseball Association would like to congratulate the following teams on winning their respective divisions:

American League:
(1) Athletics:  10-2
(2) Rolling Meadows:  8-3-1

National League:
(1) Braves:  10-2
(2) Cubs:  6-5-1 

Pony Baseball Hall of Champions Updated 6/25/2017
Congratulations to all our past PBA Pony Champions!  
  • 2017 - Orioles (Wheat / Combs / Murphy)
  • 2016 - Marlins (Osner / McCarthy / Varela)
  • 2015 - Brewers (Ottenfeld / Napientek / Garcia)
  • 2014 - Mariners (Mistry / Saunders)
  • 2013 - Nationals (Aigner / Feltz)
  • 2012 - Cubs (Storm / Henry)
  • 2011 - Giants (Garcia / Obernesser)
  • 2010 - Reds (Scheve / Petersen / Kochanski)

2017 Season Updated 3/25/2017
Registrations for the 2017 season are closed, and teams are formed.

Practices are scheduled to begin 4/1, weather-permitting.  Please visit our "Schedules" link for practice schedules for all teams.  The season schedule will be released in early April.

June Baseball Updated 6/1/2016
We are a little over halfway through the season, and will be beginning our 2016 playoffs on 6/20/2016;  no games will be played on Father's Day.  Accordingly, regular season games will be rescheduled up and to 6/18/2016.

The playoff tournament is a full double elimination tournament (e.g. a team has a chance to win the championship even with one loss).  Our goal will be to have the tournament completed by the end of June.

In early July, we'll have our annual Homerun Derby and All Star game.  The Homerun Derby is open for all PBA participants, whereas the All-Star game will be represented by players as voted by their peers.

Keep in mind that 2016 FALL BALL is also open for registration at www.palatineparks.org.  Incoming 7th and 8th graders are eligible to participate in our Pony Fall Ball program, whereas incoming Freshmen through Seniors are eligible for our Colt Fall Ball program.  Details can be found here.

Postseason Tryouts - 5/8 at 10am Updated 4/28/2016
Tryouts for our 13/14 Palatine Postseason ("travel lite") team will be on Sunday, May 8th, 2016 at Gbur D & E.  Please visit our Postseason Travel Teams for more details.

2016 Registration - Deadline Nearing Updated 2/27/2016
Please keep in mind, if you intend on registering your child for the 2016 season, the Pony registration deadline is 3/1/2016;  registering your child by the registration deadline ensures your child has a chance to play during the 2016 season, as any registration received after the due date will potentially be waitlisted.  Please see the Registration Tab (left pane) for additional details on how to register online, by mail, or by walk-in.

Have Photos? Updated 5/28/2015
If you have any pictures from the 2015 Pony season which you'd like to share, please email photos to pbabaseballsoftball@gmail.com, and we'll display the pictures as necessary.  Looking forward to a fun season of baseball ahead!

Field Cancellations Updated 12/14/2015
All park district fields are available as scheduled.  Please visit the Palatine Parks website daily at 2:30pm for field cancellation updates:
Also, the Palatine Park District has an app (for both iPhone and android devices) available, which provides field updates consistent with the webpage at 2:30pm daily.  Please visit www.palatineparks.org for further details on how to download and install the app.

Pony Bat Rule - Clarification Reminder Updated 1/24/2015
Effective in 2014, the bat rule for Pony baseball is as follows:

Big Barrel Bat Rules (2⅝”) – Pony Baseball Only:
  • Have the new permanent (1) USSSA-certified or (2) BBCOR-certified mark on the bat's taper.  Note that the coefficient listed on the bat's taper does not have to be 1.20 per the image below for USSSA certifications;  the bat must solely be certified under the regulation.
  • "Drop" (weight-to-length ratio) maximum of -3 (i.e. all other drop weights below -3, such as -5, -8, -10 are legal and permitted for game use).
In addition to above, wood bats are also permitted for use in Pony.  
USSSA and BBCOR marks and other graphics of the bat must be applied permanently and must be applied by the USSSA licensed manufacturer. No stickers or decals are allowed and no one may add graphics to a bat once manufactured. These rules are in place as a safety standard that all bats utilized in our program must meet.

Note that the "Coaches/Rules Page" will still reflect the 2014 bat rule.This bat rule is only effective for the Pony league (7th and 8th Graders).
Please note that all bats that were legal in our program (specifically the Pony baseball program, not Bronco or below) for the past three years are legal under this bat rule change.  The bat rule change was to enable lighter bats into our program such that some of the smaller ballplayers in our program can swing a bat comfortably.  The BBCOR and USSSA stamps on the taper of the bat are a safety approval legislation.