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 Construction on the Reynolds Little League Intermediate Field has begun!

 We are expanding one of our fields to bridge the gap between Little League and High School/College sized fields.  Building an intermediate field will still provide space for all of our younger players while allowing our older players to expand their skills and grow their confidence as they prepare for the next levels of baseball. 


Reynolds Little League has been teaching baseball, teamwork, leadership and responsibility to the youth of East County for over 25 years. Our goal is to continue providing players with a safe environment and develop their skills in the game of baseball. This atmosphere provides the opportunity to build friendships, create a sense of belonging, and make memories that last a life time.


Intermediate Field Expansion changes everything from the dirt up and from the backstop out past centerfield including (but not limited to):

·Moving home plate and the scoreboard

·Extending the base paths for both 60’ and 70’ rules of play

·Pushing the fence out and back from 200’ to 225’

·Filling in and creating a new warning track with all new cinder rock and weed barriers

·Extending and expanding the sprinkler system, fences, bullpens and foul lines

·Sod, seed and turfus for the infield, outfield and base paths

·Equipment rental necessary to make these modifications


We need your help to make all of this happen before our 2014 Spring Season begins.  No amount is too small (or too large).  Whether you donate $5 or $10,000, every little bit helps give our young players an opportunity to stay involved and succeed in the great game of baseball.  Please donate today!


Reynolds Little League is a 501C non-profit organization, with tax ID number 93-0880302.  

Any donation that you make is 100% tax deductible.



Thank you!!


Please donate by clicking on the image below that says "gofundme"