Last Updated: August 15, 2017


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PO Box 1714 

Seaford, NY, 11783

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The Seaford Little League is a non profit organization and has been a charter member in Little League International since 1952



Seaford Little League Fall Baseball Program

Seaford Little League will again have a fall baseball program.  Due to limited interest in the past, we will not be offering a softball program this year. Registration is open to baseball players between born between 11/30/2009 and 4/30/2002.  

Registrations are open now and can be done online anytime at  We will also hold an in-person registration on Sat 8/12/17 from 10:00 am until 12:00 pm at the SLL Office at Seamans Neck Park.  Finally, anyone wishing to coach should send an email to


Program Highlights

  • 8 Game Fall Season with Playoffs.
  • $85.00 Registration Fee  
  • Younger division games will be played on Mondays and Saturdays after 1:00 pm. 
  • Juniors Division games will be played on some weekdays and Saturdays. 
  • Season starts on Monday September 11, 2017.
  • Players will be provided hats and shirts 


3rd Annual Coaches Charity Softball & Flag Football Game

to benefit Carter Skretch


Friday August 18th 7:00 pm

Seamans Neck Park 

To raise money for Carter Skretch's medical expenses tee shirts are being sold for $15 each with 100% of the profits going to Carter Skretch’s medical expenses. Limited quantities of shirts will also be sold at the upcoming fund raising event on 8/18 at Seamans Neck Park, but orders are being taken now using the order form located here: Order Form
Please forward this note to anyone else interested in attending or If you cannot attend this event but are interested in helping with this effort, please visit Carter's GoFundMe page located here:

Carter Skretch a Seaford resident and former Seaford Little League player was recently injured in an ATV accident.  The Seaford community is raising funds to help pay the costs for his recovery.  Seaford Little League has already donated to help in his cause, but we wanted to reach out to everyone we could to participate in this worthy effort.  If you are interested in helping with this effort, please visit Carter's GoFundMe page located here:




Three weeks after graduating Seaford High School, eighteen year old Carter Skretch was vacationing when involved in a very serious ATV accident.  Carter was airlifted from the scene of the accident to an equipped trauma center hospital in upstate New York.  What could have been a terrible tragedy turned out to be a miracle, as Carter is with us and fighting harder than ever to recover.  A more experienced team of doctors was deemed necessary so after stabilizing him for a few days, Carter was once again medevaced to an ICU in a hospital closer to home.  Carter incurred multiple injuries, serious and extensive in nature.  The length of his hospitalization is currently unknown.  Upon future release from regular hospital care, he will spend a significant amount of time in a rehabilitation facility in either NYC or Westchester County.  Carter is the son of two longtime Seaford residents, Tim Skretch and Jaime Kern, who serve the public every day.  Tim is a Captain with the NYPD and Jaime is a nurse at Nassau County Medical Center.  Along with their large, extended family, they have given back to our community during times of illness and tragedy, time and time again.  It is our turn to repay their kindness when needed the most.  This "Go Fund Me" is being set up to raise money for all uncovered medical expenses, the two very costly medical evacuation flights and Jaime's loss of wages, as she takes a leave of absence from her job to be with Carter during his hospitalization and rehabilitation periods.  No donation is too small and no donation is unappreciated.  Please give within your means and share this fundraiser with everyone on your FB and email friend lists.  The more people we reach, the more help Carter and his parents will receive.  Please also keep Carter and his family in your thoughts and prayers.  Prayers have been answered thus far but the road is long and they have only just begun.  Thank you to all who reach out and help.



Seaford Little League Text Alert System


For the 2018 season we are again using a text alert system to provide late breaking CRITICAL information to our participants for rainouts and other game delays/cancellations.  Anyone with a cell phone can sign up for this FREE service (be aware that your carrier may charge you for the text messages). 

 If you signed up for the text alert in the past you do NOT need to sign back up again, the text alert system carries over year to year.   

To help you with the signup process we have created an illustrated guide which can be downloaded here

 Once you are ready to join our text alert system click this link 

Note: The information provided will be used by Seaford Little League ONLY and will not be used for marketing or solicitation purposes.


If a pitcher reaches a day(s) of rest threshold while facing a batter, the pitcher may continue to pitch until the batter is either out, reaches base or third out is made ending the half-inning. The pitcher will only be required to observe the calendar day(s) of rest for the threshold he reached during that at-bat, provided that pitcher is removed before delivering a pitch to another batter.


Any pitcher that pitches 40 or more pitches can not go into the position of catcher. If pitcher pitches less then 40 pitches he can play the position of catcher. Note: the finish the batter rule does not apply, pitch count must be less then 40 pitches.



Any player who plays the position of catcher for 4 or more innings can not pitch on that day.


These pitching rules will be strictly enforced in all pitching divisions. Any team found in violation of pitch count rules will be given an automatic forfeit lost and the coaches will be subject to a disciplinary hearing in front of the Seaford Little League Board.





Pitching Charts

Maximum Pitches
Division League Age Maximum Pitches
A 7U 50
AA 8U 50
AA 9U 50
AAA 10U 75
AAA 11U 75
Intermediate 12U 85
Intermediate 13U 85
Juniors 13-14 95
 Rest Chart for A,AA, AAA, Intermediate 50/70 and Juniors
  # Pitches thrown / Day Available to Pitch Again
 Day Pitched 1-20 21-35 36-50 51-65 66+
Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon
Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue
Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed



 Days Rest for A,AA, AAA, Intermediate 50/70 and Juniors
Pitches Thrown Calendar Days Rest Required
1-20 0
21-35 1
36-50 2
51-65 3
66+ 4




Call Up Player Rules


Call up player policy of the Seaford Little League 

        If you are short a player for a game you need to call up a player from the lower division. 
  • Call ups MUST BE  from the next lowest division. 
  • Call ups must bat at the END OF THE LINEUP.
  • Call ups CAN NOT PITCH.
  • All call ups must sit prior to ANY ROSTERED PLAYER SITTING.
  • Call ups must wear their team uniform 
  • Contact your division director and they will obtain a list of players from the lower division for you to contact.
The purposes of calling players up are to AVOID forfeits. Calling players up for a strategic advantage is strictly prohibited! Directors should be emailed when a call up player is used. Coaches should attempt to call up different players each time they need a replacement player. DO NOT call the same player up every time. The Seaford Little League would like to see as many players as possible getting the opportunity to play up. Finally, call up players should be alternated into different positions every inning. We do not want to see a call up player as an example playing the shortstop position for 6 innings. 
Any violations of these rules can lead to a forfeit and/or a manager/coach suspension

Approved Little League Bat List for the 2017 season

Click the links to see the current approved Little League bat list for the 2017 season.





Important- New Baseball bats will be needed for the 2018 Little League season

With the Little League® International Board of Directors formally adopting USA Baseball’s new standard for bat performance testing, Little League International fully supports this program. For more than seventy-five years, Little League has used improvements in science, engineering, and technology to take the sport of baseball to higher levels. By utilizing the most current advancements available, manufacturers can now develop bats with a wood-like performance, which is important for the long-term success of the game. Developed by a USA Baseball committee of scientific experts, Little League Baseball® has decided to adopt the new bat standard for mandated use effective January 1, 2018. All national members of USA Baseball, including Little League, are encouraged to adopt this new standard. Little League-approved bats can be used through December 31, 2017, and our current bat regulations will be in effect until then. That includes the moratorium prohibiting the use of all 2 ¼ inch barrel baseball bats constructed with composite material in the barrel, unless approved. Visit for detailed information. Little League looks forward to working with USA Baseball, and will begin educating our local leagues, and the parents of our 2.1 million baseball players, preparing them for the important change coming in 2018.

USA Baseball, the national governing body for the sport of baseball in the U.S., in conjunction with participating national member organizations announced today the decision to adopt a new method for measuring bat performance in the testing of youth bats. Informed by the research of leading scientists on the USA Baseball Bat Study Committee, and supported by its NMOs, -- including the American Amateur Baseball Congress (AABC), Amateur Athletic Union (AAU), Babe Ruth Baseball/Cal Ripken Baseball, Dixie Youth Baseball, Little League Baseball and PONY Baseball -- USA Baseball has concluded that recent advancements in science, engineering, technology, and the materials available to fabricate non-wood bats, now allow the manufacturers to construct youth bats that can perform at a wood-like level through the entire range of lengths and weights of youth bats.

The new USA Baseball bat standard (USABat), which will apply to bats that are classified below the NCAA and NFHS level of play, will be implemented on January 1, 2018, allowing the bat manufacturers sufficient time to bring these bats to the marketplace.

"USA Baseball is pleased, with the support of our participating national member organizations, to announce the USABat standard," said USA Baseball's executive director/CEO, Paul Seiler. "Beginning with the launch in 2018, we will take another step forward in making our game more uniform at the youth level and ensuring the long-term integrity of the game."

Similar to the NCAA and NFHS BBCOR standard, which helped to eliminate discrepancies with different length bats and thus provide a more direct measure of bat performance, the new USA Baseball bat standard will allow youth baseball organizations in the United States to reach their goal of establishing a wood-like standard, a standard that will provide for the long-term integrity of the game.

There will be no immediate change to youth baseball organizations' bat rules. All bats, currently accepted for the respective leagues, remain permissible through December 31, 2017. Each participating national member organization will incorporate the new standard into their rules for the 2018 season and will begin, with this announcement, to inform their membership of the USABat standard.                                       

Frequently Asked Questions about the USABat standard:

Which national member organizations are implementing this new standard?
To date, the following organizations are participating (in alphabetical order): American Amateur Baseball Congress (AABC), Amateur Athletic Union (AAU), Babe Ruth Baseball/Cal Ripken Baseball, Dixie Youth Baseball, Little League Baseball and PONY Baseball.

Why the change to a wood-like standard?
USA Baseball's national member organizations believe that a wood-like performance standard will best provide for the long-term integrity of the game. The new standard will not have a drop-weight limit, so young players can use bats made with light-weight materials.

Why not just use wood bats?
Wood is a scarce resource. The new bats will be designed to perform much like wood, where its performance will be limited to the highest performing wood.

How is the USABat standard different from the BBCOR standard used by the NCAA and NFHS?
Both the USA Baseball and NCAA bat performance tests are based on the coefficient of restitution from a bat-ball impact. The scale of results is different, however, since they use different test balls and test speeds. The testing difference is necessary to address the various levels of play in the respective age groups.

Why is USA Baseball involved?  
The national member organizations asked USA Baseball as the national governing body to take the lead in this process to establish a new standard. Many other national governing bodies set and enforce standards for the equipment in their respective sports. To that end, USA Baseball established a Bat Study Committee of leading scientists and conducted theoretical modeling, field testing and lab testing. The committee shared its findings with the national member organizations, who then endorsed the new USABat standard.

Who were the scientists on the USA Baseball Bat Study Committee?
Alan Nathan, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Physics at the University of Illinois
Dan Russell, Ph.D. Professor of Acoustics at Penn State University
Glenn Fleisig, Ph.D. Research Director of American Sports Medicine Institute

Why wait until 2018?
The implementation date of 2018 will allow bat manufacturers sufficient time to conduct the appropriate research, design, testing, manufacturing and shipping needed to get new bats into retail outlets. This date also allows the participating national member organizations adequate time to educate their memberships of the USABat standard.

Is my current bat good for league play?
Yes. Current league-approved bats can be used through December 31, 2017.

Is safety the reason for the change?
No. Youth baseball continues to be one of the safest of all sports for youth participants.

How will I know which bat to buy?
All new bats that bear the USABat licensing mark will be permissible for play in the leagues and tournaments of the participating youth baseball organizations.

When can I buy the new bat?
It is the intention of the bat manufacturers to make the new bats available in the fall of 2017, in sufficient time for the 2018 season.





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Seaford Little League History

The Seaford Little League is looking for any articles, items, photos, etc from the year of when the Seaford Little League was established in 1952 up until the year of 2010. The history of the Seaford Little League is important and we would like to display these items in the Seaford Little League Office at Seamans Neck Park for our youth to see. If you have any Seaford Little League history that you can share with us please email the Seaford Little League-  We can scan a copy of your article or photo if you want so you can still keep your original. We would greatly appreciate anything that you could share with us. 


Click on the Seaford Little League History link in the main menu area which is in the upper left hand on this website to see articles and photos from years past. 








Little League Pledges

Little League Players Pledge 

I trust in God
I love my country
And will respect its laws
I will play fair
And strive to win
But win or lose
I will always do my best


 Little League Parent/Volunteer Pledge

I will teach all children to play fair and do their best
I will positively support all managers, coaches and players
I will respect the decision of the umpires
I will praise a good effort despite the outcome of the game




Code of Conduct: 


Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with the Seaford Little League Code Of Conduct Policy.  






The Seaford Little League will have zero tolerance” when it comes to the conduct of managers, coaches, players, umpires, parents, and spectators. This policy is to insure that all persons (parents, siblings, players, manager’s, coaches, and umpires) can attend a Seaford Little League function and enjoy themselves without being subjected to individuals that can ruin the enjoyment for all. Coaches must maintain a positive behavior before, during, and after any Seaford Little League function.

In no way are any of the following standards meant to deter coaches from successfully directing their game,nor are any of the rules prohibiting spectators from positively supporting their team.


1.   The Board of Directors shall have the authority to suspend, discharge, or discipline any player, manager, coach, umpire, league officer, parent, or other person whose conduct is in violation of Little League International and the Seaford Little League Rules and Regulations. Any unsportsmanlike conduct from any individual can lead to a one game suspension or additional suspended games based on a review of this conduct by the Seaford Little League Board. Unsportsmanlike conduct is considered detrimental to the best interest of our league  


2.   Profanity and negative comments directed at managers, coaches, players, umpires, other spectators and league officials will result in the immediate removal of the offender. If a spectator(s) are involved, they will be asked to leave the park immediately by any member of the Seaford Little League Board of Directors which is in attendance. If an individual refuses to leave, the game will be stopped and the local law enforcement will be called. The league has the responsibility to manage the facilities in a safe and professional manner and has the authority to remove individuals from the park that create behavior problems that interfere with the safe operation of the facility. 


3.   Team personnel (managers, coaches and players) that are ejected from a game must leave the playing field immediately and exit the area. Suspended persons will receive an automatic one (1) game suspension. The Seaford Little League Board can add additional suspension of games based on the review of this conduct.           


4.   Any physical altercations involving spectators, managers, coaches, players, parents, umpires and leagues officials will result in the offender being immediately removed from the area and possible criminal charges filed. Offenders will NOT BE PERMITTED to return to any Seaford Little League game or function for the remainder of the season (including post-season and tournament play) until The Seaford Little League Board reviews the incident.


5.  Parents are requested not to communicate excessively with the players during the game. This interferes with the manager and coaches ability to direct the team.


6.  The use of alcoholic beverages and tobacco products are strictly prohibited at the playing field. All rules and regulations which are posted by the Parks Department must be followed.   


7.   Parents are NOT allowed in the dugout or bench area during the game. Only players and coaches are allowed in the dugout and bench area







Text Alert System:

Seaford Little League text alert system provides late breaking CRITICAL information to our participants for rainouts and other game delays/cancellations.  We strongly recommend that all parents sign up for this service as it is the best way to get rainout/game cancellations.  Anyone with a cell phone can sign up for this FREE service (be aware that your carrier may charge you for the text messages).  

To help you with the signup process we have created an illustrated guide which can be downloaded here  

Once you are ready to join our text alert system click this link  

Please note that the information provided will be used by Seaford Little League ONLY and will not be used for marketing or solicitation purposes.




Parents team page / ical schedule download:

In order to make it easier for you to follow your child's Little League team we have created a Parent team page for each team in Seaford Little League.  Your child's coach should have emailed you a link to the page but if they have not, you can look it up here  You will need to input your child's last name and date of birth in order to obtain the page.  Parent Pages have contact information for the team as well as a schedule, standings and imortant news events.  With this upgrade, we are also introducing the ability to download the schedule to your smartphone by using the iCal Download button. 






Seaford Little League Schedules