The Olmsted Community Summer League (OCSL) offers youth baseball and softball for boys and girls ages 4 to 18 residing in the Olmsted Falls, Olmsted Township and surrounding communities.

2019 Picture Day

Congratulations to the 2019 OCSL Picture Day Raffle Winners:

  • Tykes Boys - Logan Dubravetz
  • Tykes Girls - Bree Wrobel
  • Boys Coach Pitch - Aidan Forbes
  • Girls Coach Pitch - Mady Frazier
  • Boys Rookie - Lance Lyon
  • Boys Intermediate - Kennedy Hoeksen
  • Girls Intermediate - Savannah Siwek
  • Boys Minor - Jacob Bochalein
  • Girls Major - Abby Flynn
  • Boys Classic - Leo Nock
  • Coach - Cindy DeBlauw
  • Coach - Owen Norman

Winners Receiving Pictures Paid for by Gengraphics:

  • Jacob Vojtech
  • Savino Capiccioni

Prizes will be delivered to each winner at one of their games. If you have any questions please email Nicole Sherman at


Rainout Information
Please sign up for the text or email alert by clicking here.  You can also call our rainout hotline at 440-463-8031.

Weather Lines for Travel Leagues (Ages 9+)
Middleburg Heights (440) 239-6312 option 2
Brook Park (216) 433-1547
Berea (440) 234-6020 ext 6000
Olmsted Falls (440) 463-8031
Strongsville (440) 580-3102 ext 1
Parma Heights (440) 884-1068 

Schedules for Travel Leagues
Players at Intermediate-level and above (ages 9+ for Girls; ages 11+ for Boys) are travel leagues for the current season. As such, you cannot find those schedules on our website, but instead schedules can be located here:
Join The OCSL Board!
We are looking for volunteers to serve on our board. Currently, we are seeking 3 League Representatives for the upcoming season. If interested, please click here for the meeting schedule or reach out to a board member
Please click here to access our Annual Newsletter. Included with our newsletter is our sponsor form. 

Bulletin Board

Please visit our Bulletin Board for calendar, board meeting dates and important OCSL dates throughout the year please click here to visit.

Lindsay’s Law: Sudden Cardiac Arrest in Youth Athletes

A Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) occurs when the heart suddenly and unexpectedly stops beating, cutting off blood flow to the brain and other vital organs. Sudden cardiac arrest is fatal if not treated immediately, most often by a defibrillator.

To learn more please click here

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Concussion Certification
All OCSL Coaches must be concussion certified by the Ohio Department of Health. To receive your FREE training and certification please visit