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2015.  The 14U All-star team won the LFYAA Tournament.
2015.  Arson destroyed one of our storage containers.
2015.  Our 8U Travel Team (Sterry) hosted the MABA All-star game.
2015.  Our Travel 15 year olds, managed by Don Sacha, won the Fruitland End of Summer Bash tournament.
2015.  Rod Sterry's 8U Eagles finished in 2nd place at a Ripken tournament.
2015.  An annual tradition, Dan Summers' 12U Eagles competed in Cooperstown, NY.
2014.  Cleaning up the field prior to player evaluations.
2014. Prepping the players for intramural player evaluations before selecting the teams.
2014. Opening Day Parade.
2014. Opening Day Parade.
2014. Pizza Hut Night for the Pasadena Baseball Club.
2014. Bull Roast.
2014. Bull Roast.
2014. Remember the old sandlot days of pickup baseball?  The 12U division held an impromptu practice made up of players from each of the three teams.
2014. The snack shack.
2014. Good clean fun: Jaime Yosza and Jan Finch.
2014.  The 12U All-Stars went undefeated in two post-season tournaments hosted by Linthicum-Ferndale and Glen Burnie Boys Baseball.
2013. March snow storm interrupts pre-season activities.
2013. Many PBC members participated in a spring camp sponsored by Dick's Sporting Goods, a long-time and generous sponsor of the Pasadena Baseball Club.
2013. Let's Go O's! Photo credit: Jessica Stroh, Pasadena Voice.
2013. Ashlynn or Alyssa - which one of the Garlick twins is ready to hit the ball? Photo credit: Jessica Stroh, Pasadena Voice.
2013. President Tom Henry and his grandchildren - Darren and Ella. Photo credit: Jessica Stroh, Pasadena Voice.
2013.  The 11 year old travel team finished 2nd in their Hammerin' at Havenwood Tournament, and 4th in the Annapolis Open.  Here they are pictured after finishing 2nd in the Severn Spring Break Tournament.
2013.  The Red Sox played the Nationals on April 29 for the first game using the scoreboard on Havenwood Park Field #2.
2013. Scholarship winners Eric Grantland and Cody Dennis, both graduates of Northeast High School.
2013. Snapshot off live Internet broadcast of the first game of the Cooperstown Dreams Park tournament in Cooperstown NY for Coach Sacha's travel 12U Eagles (in the field wearing red).
2013. The 6U All-stars finished in 2nd place in the LFYAA tournament, going 2-1 in pool play before losing a thrilling extra-inning Championship Game.
2013. The 10U All-stars won their division at the LFYAA tournament, going 1-1 in pool play, and then winning both the semi-final and championship games.
2013.  Colin Cook and Trevor Rebstock show off their hardware after winning the LFYAA tournament as part of the 10U All-Star team.
2013. The Travel 14U "A" team won the Anne Arundel County 14U league, and the LFYAA 14U Tournament.
2013.  The Travel 10 year olds played in the Mid-Atlantic Baseball Association and finished in 2nd in both the regular season and post-season tournament, with an overall record of 21-6.
2012.  Opening Day of our 60th Season.
2012.  The scoreboad for Havenwood Park field #2 was installed, with the help of crane operator Slanz Billelo of Northern League Umpire Association, and bucket operator Jan Finch.  Earlier, Tom Henry had installed the scoreboard poles.  Electric and control wiring will be installed so that it will be operational this season.
2012.  The Travel 11 year old Eagles finished 19-11 overall in their Chesapeake Baseball Assocation division, and four tournaments: Annapolis Open, Upper Chesapeake, Urbana Invitational, and the CBA championships.
2012.  The 10U Dodgers finished the season in 3rd place, and made it to the Championship game in the 10U World Series.
2012.  The 12U Severna Park Phillies went 13-1 in the reguar season, and then came from the loser bracket to win the 12U World Series in an 8-team division of teams from Elvaton, Pasadena and Severna Park.
2012.  The 8U Orioles won the World Series.
2012.  The 10U Orioles went undefeated in both the regular season and the World Series to earn the 10U Championship.
2012.  The 10U All Stars made it to the semi-finals of the Linthicum-Ferndale tournament, and finished in 2nd place in the Glen Burnie tournament.
2012. The 12U Allstars made it to the Championship Game at Linthicum-Ferndale, but lost to HCYP in a close game.
2012.  The 8U Allstars.
2011. Opening Day. Photo by Colin Murphy, Pasadena Voice.
2011.  8U Batathon.
2011. 8U Batathon.
2011. 12U Batathon.
2011. JCP Batathon.
2011.  JCP Batathon.
2011. Batathon.
2011. Batathon.
2011. Oriole Day Parade at Camden Yards.
2011. Oriole Day at Camden Yards.
2011.  Scholarship winners Robert Engel and Shane Degreenia at the Northeast High School Sports Award Banquet.
2011. 8U World Series.
2011. 8U World Series Teams with County Executive John Leopold.
2011. 10U World Series Champions.
2011.  County Executive stands with the Clinic Home Run Derby winners at Closing Day.
2011. 12U World Series.
2011. John Leopold receives complimentary Pasadena Baseball hat and shirt from Club President David Jann.
2011.  The 6U All-stars celebrate after their 2nd place finish at the LFYAA tournament.
2011. The 8U Allstars finished in 2nd place at the LFYAA annual tournament.
2010. February blizzards delayed registration and the opening of practices.
2010.  Opening Day.
2010. Opening Day on the tee ball field.
2010. Opening Day on the coach pitch field.
2010. Opening Day on the 12U field: TJ Ratliff reaches back to fire one in.
2010.  12U World Series Champs!
2009.  Players and coaches from the Pasadena Baseball club march inside Camden Yards at Little League Appreciation Day.
2009.  The 8U Red Sox won the Bat-a-thon team award - a visit to Baysox stadium.
2009. Manager Steve Williams calls his Red Sox players in for a pep talk during their win over the Orioles in the 10U World Series Championship game.
2009. The Elvaton Phillies won the 12 & Under PBC World Series.  The Phillies went undefeated during a regular season division composed of both Pasadena and Elvaton teams, and then rebounded from a playoff game loss with a win in the Championship game.
2009.  The 12U Pasadena Rangers finished first among the Pasadena teams in both the regular and post season.
2009.  The 10UA Travel Eagles won the Anne Arundel County Friday Night League, the Essex Fathers Day Tournament, and the Greater Glen Burnie Tournament.
2009. The 12UA Travel Eagles won the  Baltimore Metro Baseball regular season - manager Archie Carr's second BMB title, having also won the 10U division in 2007.  The 12U Eagles also finished pool play at Cooperstown NY with a 4-seed out of 104 teams from around the country, and made it to the Sweet 16 before losing to the eventual runners-up.
2009.  The 12UB Travel Eagles won the 55th Annual LFYAA Tournament 12U-A Division.  1st row: Chris Corbin, Conner Johnson, Christian Johnson, Kyle Karn, Eric Grim, Justin Zakens. 2nd row: Coach Troy Morris, Jessie Morris, Coach Mike Weiss, Austin Weiss, David Garland, Austin Andrae, Matt Wolanin, Head Coach Gene Wolanin
2009. The 11U Eagles look on from their bench.
2008.  The 13U Eagles travel team participated in "Operation Welcome Home" at BWI-Marshall airport, greeting returning soldiers, airmen, sailors and marines from the Global War on Terror.  More information about Operation Welcome Home is at
2008.  The Howard County Raiders won the second annual Eagles Early-Bird 10U Travel Tournament at Havenwood Park.
2008.  Pasadena Baseball hosted a 16-team pre-season 8U Coach Pitch Scrimmage Tournament with teams from Pasadena, Greater Glen Burnie, and Elvaton.  Here, a runner from the Pasadena Marlins is out at second against the GGB Mets.
2008.  Mark Sasse of the 8U Athletics readies himself for a pitch in one of the Opening Day exhibition games.
2008.  The Pasadena Eagles 11U Travel Team won the Maryland State Championship tournament at Lake Shore over the Memorial Day holiday, going a perfect 5-0.
2008.  Congratulations to Joey Filetto who, despite having been diagnosed with Leukemia in March of this year, played in his first game of the season during the 8U World Series in June.
2008.  The 8U Athletics, 10U Red Sox, and 12U Rangers each won their division in the PBC World Series.
2008.  The 12U Eagles traveled to Cooperstown NY to compete in a week long tournament with teams from around the country - an annual Pasadena Baseball tradition.
2008.  Jordan Carr (left) of the 12U Eagles was named MVP by Sports at the Beach for his play in the Firecracker Open, which was won by his team the 12U Eagles managed by Archie Carr (right).  The Eagles beat the Hopewell Hornets, Delaware Spartans, and Mason Dixon Ruffnecks in pool play and then the Savage Spirit and South Jersey Thunder Black for the championship!
2008.  The Northeast High School Eagles were Anne Arundel County Champions 
after beating Arundel 5-3 in the county championship game at Joe Cannon Stadium.
Most of the Northeast players have played for the Pasadena Baseball Club.
2007. Sign-ups at George Fox Middle School.
2007.  Havenwood block house expansion.  New extension includes modern concessions area and two restrooms.  More pictures of block house expansion under Photo Albums - Havenwood Block House.
2007.  Pasadena Baseball unveiled their new logo for their Travel and All-Star teams.
2007.  The Pasadena Baseball Club hosted the Eagle Early Bird Tournament for 10 year old travel teams on March 24-25 at Havenwood Park.  More info on this tournament available on the Travel Baseball page.
2007.  The Travel 10 year olds won their Baltimore Metro Baseball regular season, and the Launching the Dreams tournament.
2007.  Jeff Gurley of the 12U Orioles waits for the perfect pitch at Havenwood Park.
2007.  Bat-a-thon.
2007.  Chris Henry (catching, and batting upper left) and Chris Moore (pitching), each former players in the Pasadena Baseball Club, played for the South team in the annual Brooks Robinson Game at Camden Yards between the best high school players in Maryland.  Chris Moore received the Most Valuable Pitcher award for the South team as they beat the North 5-4.
2006.  8U Championship Game between the Red Sox and Orioles.
2006.  STB All-star game.  Hannah Skibicki waits on the mound for a hit as coach Kevin Vasquez delivers the pitch.
2006.  The Eagles' 16 year old "B" Travel Team won the AAABA Joe E. Brown Championship.
2006.  The Havenwood Park batting cage opens during the spring season for live pitching or a portable pitching machine.
2006.  Robert Engel takes a cut in the Havenwood Park batting cage after the permanent machine was installed.
2006. The 12 year old Travel Team poses for a picture at Cooperstown Dreams Park.  More info on this tournament available on the Travel Baseball page.
2006.  Alex "Rocky" Ford of the 11U Eagles travel team winds up for a pitch at Cooperstown Dreams Park.
2006.  Scholarship winners Mike Demarest, Bryan Woolford, and Matt Friesen.
2005.  Northeast High School J.V. Coach Tom Caines gives pitching pointers to a group of 8 year olds at Pasadena's winter camp.
2005. Opening Day at Havenwood Park.
2005. Bat-a-thon(r).  Upper left: the JCP Rangers say the pledge of allegiance.  Upper middle: Mike and Lisa McCormick announce the batters on field #2.  Upper right: Amanda Holsinger takes a cut.  Middle left: "It's gonna go a loooong way!"  Lower left: Dave Degreenia and Fred Engel announce the batters on the tee ball field.  Lower right: The 8U Orioles cheer on their hitters.
2005.  The JCP Tournament Team won the LF 6U Coach Pitch Tournament.
2005.  The 12U "B" Tournament Team took second place in the LF 12U "B" Tournament.
2005.  The 8 year old Eagles Travel Team won the MMTA 8U Tournament.
2005.  The 12 year old Eagles Travel Team took second place in the Chesapeake Baseball Association 12U Division, and second place in the Bowie Baseball 12U "A" Tournament.
2005.  Scholarship winners Matt Moylan and Steve Grenagle.
2005. Breaking ground for the Havenwood Park batting cage in the fall of 2005.
2004.  The 12U Travel Team shows off the Pasadena Eagles new travel uniforms at the Riviera Beach fields.
2004. Clinic All-star Game.
2004.  Intramural All-stars.
2004.  Chief Umpire Pat Dietz calls an Intramural All-star game.
2004.  Intramural 8U Pirates manager Rob Dennis was selected Coach of the Year by Sandy Spring bank, for which he chose the Pasadena Baseball Club to receive a donation from the bank to start the Havenwood Park batting cage.
2004.  Scholarship winners Tommy Henry and Sherri Hayes with President Fred Engel.
2003.  Cindy Hart, Brian Pohlar, and Susan Rowe register players for the PBC inaugural season.
2003. Manager Mike Spratley leads the JCP Reds in a post-game cheer.
2003. Gavin Grimm throws a strike for the 10U Mets.
2003.  The 12U Cubs were undefeated in the regular season, and then went on to win the Love To Play Regional Championship.  They are shown here lining up to receive their championship medals.  The Cubs went on to compete in Pennsylvania at the LTP World Series.
2003. The 10 year old Eagles Travel Team were the Anne Arundel County 10U "A" Division Champions, and Bowie Baseball 10U "A" Tournament Champions.
2003.  Carole Caines - "Havenwood Lady" - does her thing at the concession stand.
2003.  PBC coaches John Hodges and Dennis Haney at the Club's first Bull Roast at Kurtz's Beach.
2003. Pasadena teams parade and watch the Orioles play at Camden Yards.
2003.  Bat-a-thon(R) team winners visit the Ironbirds in Aberdeen.
2003.  Dennis Haney delivers a pitch for one of the Pasadena Eagles 12U Fall Baseball teams.
2000.  Dave Degreenia prepares to be dunked at the Pasadena Clinic League closing ceremony at the Meadow Road fields.
1999.  The Pasadena Clinic League participates in the Little League Appreciation Day at Oriole Park.
1997. Lisa Ratliff of the PCL Panthers.
1992. Player card for Cindy Ratliff of the Havenwood Little League tee ball division.
1991.  Brooks Robinson visited the Riviera Little League fields on May 15, 1991, and signed the inside of the Riviera Beach ES block house door.
1976. Team photo from the Pasadena Clinic League. 
<font size=-2>Photo contributed by Kathy Reina.</font>
1975.  Tony Reina conducts one of the first practices held by the Pasadena Clinic League. 
<font size=-2>Photo contributed by Kathy Reina.</font>
1974.  Tim and Jody Ratliff of the Havenwood Angels.
1970. Opening day parade crossing the Stony Creek bridge. 
<font size=-2>Photo credited to Ed Vinson by Isabel Shipley Cunningham, <u>The Pasadena Peninsula</u>, 2001, p240.</font>
1970.  Out at second in the Riviera PONY League.  
<font size=-2>Photo credited to Ed Vinson by Isabel Shipley Cunningham, <u>The Pasadena Peninsula</u>, 2001, p241.</font>
1970.  Safe at third in the Riviera PONY League. 
<font size=-2>Photo credited to Ed Vinson by Isabel Shipley Cunningham, <u>The Pasadena Peninsula</u>, 2001, p241.</font>
1969. Riviera Pony League manager John Gerwig wins four Sportsmanship Awards in five years (1969-1973) awarded by the East Anne Arundel Lions Club.
Circa 1960s.  The Riviera Little League Mudhens. 
<font size=-2>Photo credited to Schramm Collection by Isabel Shipley Cunningham, <u>The Pasadena Peninsula</u>, 2001, p239.</font>