Spring 2016 Teams 

T-Ball Hooks

Rookie Rockies

Rookie Yankees

Minor Pirates

Minor Yankees

Major Nationals

Major Yankees

Junior A's

 

"Helping Children, Help Themselves"
"Home of the 2015 District 24 Fall Wooden Bat Tournament Major BB Champions - The Dodgers!"
"Home of the 2015 District 24 Fall Wooden Bat Tournament Junior BB Champions - The Braves!"
"Home of the 2015 District 24  "9 & 10 year old All-Stars" Champions!"
"Home of the 2015 District 24 TOC Major BB Champions - The Rockies"
"Home of the 2014 District 24 TOC Major BB Champions - The Pirates"
"Home of the Orange County District 3 2014 Citizen of the Year Award"
 

Fall 2016 is upon us!! It's time to get into the baseball and softball "swing of things". And registering is the first step.

2016 FALL SEASON REGISTRATION

Register your child NOW. Boys and Girls ages 4 to 18.

Saturdays – August 20th, August 27th,  10:00am to 2:00pm

 

Azalea Park Little League Field * 1 N. Carol Ave.,
next to Azalea Park Elem. School
* Information during Registration Times * 407-273-7737

Registration Fees: $120 Per Player. T-Ball $95. Payment due at sign up, please!

$5.00 service charge for Online or in person sign up for Credit Card payments

Please Bring:
* COPY of Certified Birth Certificate
* Florida Driver License or State of Florida ID
* COPY of a Utility Bill showing the address at which your child lives
* COPY of Car Registration or Insurance information - as 3rd proof of residency
* Parent or Legal Guardian

Also be thinking how you'd like to help out at the ballpark ... and what sponsor you can bring into Azalea Park Little League. If everyone pitches in a little, it makes it easier on everyone!

GO AZALEA PARK LITTLE LEAGUE!


 

 

Parents and 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 decisions of the umpires.
                            • I will praise a good effort despite the outcome of the game

Fall 2015 Teams 

T-Ball Bulls

Rookie A's

Rookie Pirates

Minor Astros

Minor Yankees

Major Dodgers

Junior Braves

Softball Minor Gators

 

"Helping Children, Help Themselves"
"Home of the 2015 District 24  "9 & 10 year old All-Stars" Champions!"
"Home of the 2015 District 24 TOC Major BB Champions - The Rockies"
"Home of the 2014 District 24 TOC Major BB Champions - The Pirates"
"Home of the Orange County District 3 2014 Citizen of the Year Award"
 

Fall 2015 is upon us!! It's time to get into the baseball and softball "swing of things". And registering is the first step.

2015 FALL SEASON REGISTRATION

Register your child NOW. Boys and Girls ages 4 to 18.

Saturdays – August 22 · 10:00AM - 1:00PM

Wednesday - August 26 6:00PM - 8:00PM

Tryouts: Saturday August 29th, 2015, 9:00am - 12:00pm

Azalea Park Little League Field * 1 N. Carol Ave.,
next to Azalea Park Elem. School
* Information during Registration Times * 407-273-7737

Registration Fees: $120 Per Player. T-Ball $95. Payment due at sign up, please!

Please Bring:
* COPY of Certified Birth Certificate
* Florida Driver License or State of Florida ID
* COPY of a Utility Bill showing the address at which your child lives
* COPY of Car Registration or Insurance information - as 3rd proof of residency
* Parent or Legal Guardian

Also be thinking how you'd like to help out at the ballpark ... and what sponsor you can bring into Azalea Park Little League. If everyone pitches in a little, it makes it easier on everyone!

GO AZALEA PARK LITTLE LEAGUE!


 

 


 

2014 Fall Registration

"Helping Children, Help Themselves"
"Home of the 2014 District 24 TOC Major BB Champions - The Pirates"
"Home of the 2014 District 24 All-Star "11 & 12 year old" Baseball Runner-Ups!"
"Home of the Orange County District 3 2014 Citizen of the Year Award"

Fall 2014 is upon us!! It's time to get into the baseball and softball "swing of things". And registering is the first step.

2014 FALL SEASON REGISTRATION

Register your child NOW. Boys and Girls ages 4 to 18.

Saturdays – August 9, August 16, August 23 · 10:00AM - 2:00PM

Azalea Park Little League Field * 1 N. Carol Ave.,
next to Azalea Park Elem. School
* Information during Registration Times * 407-273-7737

Registration Fees: $120 Per Player. T-Ball $95. Payment due at sign up, please!

Please Bring:
* COPY of Certified Birth Certificate
* Florida Driver License or State of Florida ID
* COPY of a Utility Bill showing the address at which your child lives
* COPY of Car Registration or Insurance information - as 3rd proof of residency
* Parent or Legal Guardian

Also be thinking how you'd like to help out at the ballpark ... and what sponsor you can bring into Azalea Park Little League. If everyone pitches in a little, it makes it easier on everyone!

GO AZALEA PARK LITTLE LEAGUE!


 

 

Spring 2015 Teams 

T-Ball Blue Claws

T-Ball Red Wings

Rookie Marlins

Rookie Pirates

Minor Orioles

Minor Yankees

Major Rays

Major Rockies

Senior Dodgers

 

 


 


 

 

 


 

 Orange County Regional History Center Supporting Fundraising Efforts For

New Roberto Clemente Mural

Saturday 3-15-14, 12:00pm

 

Anytime you have an opportunity to make a difference in this world and you don’t do it, you are wasting your time on this earth.

— Roberto Clemente

 

It's a busy weekend, Sat. 3-15-14. Mark your calendar to attend this historic event of the Mural Painting at Azalea Park Little League. APLL plans on having the concession stand open, Azalea Park Elementary is having a Fair from 10am - 2pm, the History Center is going to have a tent set-up at APLL with some hands on events. It's going to be a busy, fun-filled day.
 
Let's all come out and join the community in supporting Azalea Park Little League!

ORLANDO, Fla.  (March 6, 2014)The Orange County Regional History Center is assisting with efforts to repaint a mural of Hall of Famer and Puerto Rican baseball icon Roberto Clemente. The 20-foot mural painted for the Azalea Park Little League was destroyed by vandals last month. Earl Lugo, who is leading the fundraising effort, is having the fundraiser Saturday, March 15 at 12:00 p.m.at the Azalea Park Elementary School/Azalea Park Little League field. “I would like to take this horrific situation and turn it into a community block party. The support that we got from our community is overwhelming and we need to give them a humongous thank you,” said Lugo. New York artist, Hector “Nicer”Nazio, who painted the mural back in 2011, has been asked to come back and repaint it.“We were all really upset. We wanted to find a way to try and reach out and help . . . [Roberto Clemente] is a hero to the Puerto Rican community, but he's a hero to the Orlando community at large,”Emilie Arnold,Exhibit Researcher and Traveling Exhibit Coordinator told WESH.

The History Center held an exhibition honoring Clemente in 2012, which featured biographical highlights, baseball statistics, rare photographs and firsthand accounts from the people who knew Clemente best. “We had such a great amount of response from our exhibit; we want to share this experience again as Roberto Clemente means so much to many people,” said Michael Perkins, Curator of Exhibits.

The History Center will have a tent set-up at the event at 12:00 p.m. Perkins says there will be some graphics from the exhibit and various hands-on activities for the public to participate in. “Children can design their own baseball pennant or also color a picture of Clemente. We’ll have 5x7 cards where people can write their comments about what Roberto Clemente meant to them as far as a cultural figure and post them on our board.” 

Clemente held 12 consecutive Gold Glove Awards, four batting crowns and 3,000 hits. He was an outstanding baseball player and a dedicated humanitarian. Tragically, Clemente’s life ended at age 38 in a plane crash in 1972; he was flying relief supplies to Nicaraguan earthquake victims.

About the Orange County Regional History Center

The Orange County Regional History Center, housed in a restored historic five-story 1927 courthouse in downtown Orlando, showcases the vast collection of the Historical Society of Central Florida, Inc. The museum features three floors of permanent exhibits and presents nationally important limited-run exhibitions. The museum is an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution and accredited by the American Association of Museums. We honor the Past, Explore the Present to Shape the Future. We do this through preserving our local history, acting as a repository for the community's artifacts, archives and collections, and through providing a place for non-partisan dialogue on our community and history, through education programs and exhibits, which reinforce that we all are part of history.

The Orange County Regional History Center is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Saturday and from noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday. General admission is $15; seniors (60+), students, and military with I.D. $13; and children ages 5-12 $12. Historical Society Members and children ages 4 and under are free. Parking is available at the adjacent Orlando Public Library garage on Central Blvd. For general information, call (407) 836-8500 or visit www.thehistorycenter.org.

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The Orange County Regional History Center is financed in part by Orange County Government through the Family Services Department under Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobsand the Board of County Commissioners, The Historical Society of Central Florida, Inc.is supported by United Arts of Central Florida, host of power2give.org/centralflorida and the collaborative Campaign for the Arts.


 

Azalea Park Little League Pictures 2014

Pictures have been scheduled for March 15th. Please have your child arrive at designated time with their order form completed with exact change, check or credit card. Bishop Photo does not provide change at the shoot. Checks made payable to Bishop Photo.

Online ordering is now available through Bishop Photo. Please follow the instructions below.

1.     Go to www.bishopphoto.com

2.     Click on the Order tab

3.     Enter the code AP14 where prompted

4.     View the order form and place your order

5.     Checkout using Visa or Mastercard

6.     Print your receipt and hand it to the photographer when your child gets his/her photo taken

 

8:15 T-Ball Muckdogs

8:30 T-Ball Rockhounds

9:30 Minor Marlins

9:45 Rookie Mets

10:00 Rookie Storm

11:15 Major Rays

11:30 JR Yankees

11:45 Minor Blue Jays

12:00 Major Pirates

 

8:15 T-Ball Muckdogs – 9:00am Game @ APLL

8:30 T-Ball Rockhounds – 9:00am Game @ APLL

9:30 Minor Marlins – 11:00am Game @ APLL

9:45 Rookie Mets - 11:00am @ APLL

10:00 Rookie Storm – 12:00pm @ NOK

11:15 Major Rays – 1:30pm @ NOK

11:30 JR Yankees – 1:00pm @ APLL

11:45 Minor Blue Jays – 2:00pm @ UPLL

12:00 Major Pirates – No Game 


 

Graffiti artist, Héctor “Nicer” Nazario, supports Azalea Park Little League.

Graffiti artist supports Azalea Park Little League.

Even the weather helped out: last Saturday New York artist Héctor “Nicer” Nazario came to Central Florida to paint a large-scale mural of baseball hero Roberto Clemente at the Azalea Park baseball field.

This is part of a on-going campaign to clean up the field, which has fallen in disrepair. Last year “El Sentinel” wrote a series of stories on what the community is doing to help out the Azalea Park Little Leagues, a 50-year-old organization. Since then, several community leaders and elected officials have been trying to support these efforts.

Orlando City Commissioner Tony Ortiz stopped by to meet Nazario. Our freelance photographer Geisha Barazarte took pictures of the mural, you can check them out @ El Sentinel facebook page.
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A professional graffiti artist completed his mural of baseball hero Roberto Clemente at the Little League ball field in Azalea Park this Labor Day weekend.

As Sentinel reporter Matt Palm wrote last week, Hector “Nicer” Nazario, of New York City, painted the mural at the request of his friend Earl Lugo, the Azalea Park Little League coach. Lugo has been working to get the field cleaned up. The mural of Clemente, the Puerto Rican Hall of Famer who died in a 1972 plane crash while delivering aid to Nicaraguan earthquake victims, took four hours to paint, Lugo said.

“I think to have his face really big at the entrance of that park will represent his honor and make these kids feel important,” Lugo said before the mural was completed.


 

Puerto Rican Birth Certificates
Going forward, per LLI the ONLY acceptable proof of birth for those born in Puerto Rico will be the "new" birth certificates issued after 7/1/2010. The ones prior to 7/1/2010 are no longer acceptable "legal" forms.

For those who are born in Puerto Rico and are eligible for All Stars, we will need an original copy of the birth certificate issued after 7/1/2010 in order to be able to play. For everyone else, we will need the new copy prior to the next season you register your child.

More information on Puerto Rico's new birth certificate law (and links to help acquire a new birth certificate) can be found at Puerto Rico Federal Affairs Administration FAQ


 

Wood Bat Tournament Results

 

Wood Bat Tournament Fall 2012

Message from Azalea Park Little League President

We had 3 teams make it to the Championship.........Minors (Whitesox), Majors (Pirates), and Juniors (Mets )
 
The Whitesox won it all; while our other 2 teams got Runner-Ups ...............
 
Congrats to all of our Teams, Parents and Coaches........Those were some exciting games........We have some real talent on our fields!!!

I'm a very proud President right now......

Earl Lugo
 

 

2008 Fall District 24 Classic Softball Champions!!!

Congratulations to the Azalea Park Girls Minor Softball Rip Tide for winning the District 24 Fall Classic Tournament! They won the tournament 3-0. These girls played their hearts out and did a phenomenal job and we are very proud of them!!! Congratulations to Coach Zee, Jimmy, Bob and Jack for doing a great job!