Last Updated: August 25, 2016
 

OPEN ENROLLMENT AND REGISTRATION FOR 2017 MAJOR DIVISION TRYOUTS  

ELIGIBILITY FOR PARKWAY'S MAJOR DIVISION IS BY TRYOUT AND DRAFT ONLY. PLAYERS AGES 9 - 12  SEEKING TO ADVANCE TO THE MAJORS DIVISION IN 2017 MUST REGISTER ON-LINE AND ATTEND TRYOUTS ON ONE OF THE FOLLOWING DATES:

 

Major Division Tryouts  

Parkway Little League Complex

Sunday Sept. 11th and Saturday Sept. 17, 2016

Reporting times will be announced before tryouts     

 

Participation in Parkway Little League is also subject to Age and Residency Verification. Players must reside or attend school within our Boundary Map.  Players new to Parkway Little League must submit a copy of their Birth Certificate and (3) Proofs of Address to the following address: ParkwayLittleLeagueBoston@gmail.com. 

 

Players that have not previously submitted proof of age and/or residency will be asked to provide documentation at the time of registration.    

 

       2017 REGISTRATION FEES

  • Oldest Child - Major Division (ages 9-12):  $190 
  • Oldest Child - Minors Division AAA & AA (ages 8-12):  $190
  • Oldest Child - Division A (age 7 and returning 6 yr olds):  $150
  • Oldest Child - T-Ball (ages 4-5, and 1st time 6 yr olds):  $150
  • 2nd child: $100 regardless of division * 
  • 3rd child:  $75 regardless of division * 
  • 4th child: No Charge *

 

* You must pay the full registration price for the first registration 

 

    Refer to 2017 League Age Determination Chart and Divisional Format for further details  

 

All players must attend tryouts to be considered for the Major Division. If you are injured and cannot participate in tryouts, you should appear at one of the tryout sessions with a letter from your medical provider.

Questions or concerns should be forwarded to ParkwayLittleLeagueBoston@gmail.com 

  

New Parkway Home Run Champs!

Prior to this season, the Parkway Little League home run record was 21. Amazingly, in 2016, two players from the Major League champion Phillies surpassed that mark.

Congratulations to John O’Leary, who is the new record-holder with 29 home runs, and to James Birch, who hit 22.