Final Major Division Tryout is Saturday, Sept 22.
The first tryouts for the Major division are in the books. The second and final tryout will be this Saturday, Sept 22nd, at the following times:
|Age 10 -||Check-in at 1:45 p.m.||Tryout Begins at|
|Age 11 -||Check-in at||Tryout Begins at|
|Age 12 -||Check-in at||Tryout Begins at|
An eligible player MUST have attended at least one of the two tryouts to be involved in the draft. Players who are not drafted but who have attended at least one tryout are placed on a list and can be called up to the Majors during the season. Players who do NOT attend at least one tryout are NOT eligible for the draft OR the Player Agent list.
Players aged 10-12 as of August 31st, 2019, are eligible to try out, assuming they meet the residency requirements to participate in Parkway Little League.
In order to try out, a player must first be registered and paid in full for the 2019 Spring Season.
You can register your player now by clicking here. If you have already registered, thank-you!
Parkway 11's Crowned Mayor's Cup Champions!
The Parkway 11A Team led by Manager Keith Barry and Coaches Matt Maiona and Mike Seaton won the Mayor's Cup championship by sweeping both ends of a double-header on Saturday, July 28th at the Parkway Complex. The boys beat a previously undefeated Charlestown team 14-3 in the morning contest to place them in the afternoon championship game. They then defeated the #1 seed South End team 10-2 behind a complete-game pitching performance by Carson McCarthy and solid team defense to clinch the championship. Congratulations to the all the players for a fine tournament victory!
Great run by Parkway American All-Stars comes to an end
The Parkway American All-Stars took a 2-1 loss to Medford on Saturday in the Section 3 Championship Game, falling just a win shy of qualifying for States.
It was a great run by the 12-year-olds, who became the first Parkway All-Star team (Williamsport level) since 2008 to win the District 10 Title.
Parkway won the first three games in the Sectional round and had a furious last-inning rally fall short in Saturday's heartbreaking defeat.
Congratulations to the players and coaches for representing Parkway so well these last couple of weeks.
Thanks to all the Parkway families who traveled to Newton this week to cheer on the team during Sectionals.
It was a great ride. Go Parkway!!
Parkway 10's Capture Consecutive Mayor's Cup Titles!
The Parkway 10A team led by Manager Eric Wainwright and coaches Dennis Roache, Rich Curran, and Tim Mills captured their 2nd consecutive Mayor's Cup championship in impressive fashion this weekend at Moakley Park in So. Boston. Jake McKenna and Daniel Gentile pitched brilliantly during quarterfinal and semi-final action. The team rallied behind the strong right arm of Gavin Wainwright with help from a bases clearing triple by Thatcher Purdy to clinch the championship!
Parkway AL 10's and NL 11's finish as District 10 runners-up
The Parkway American 10-year-olds and Parkway National 11-year-olds each lost tight games in District 10 Championship action on Saturday July 7 at Praught Field. The AL 10's, managed by Eric Wainwright, nearly pulled off an epic rally against Brookline. Trailing 3-0 heading into the sixth inning, Parkway pushed across a run and loaded the bases before Brookline escaped with a 3-1 win. Gavin Wainwright pitched a great game, going his maximum 75 pitches, before being replaced by Jack Norton. In the game that followed, the Parkway NL 11's battled Newton Southeast but came up short 3-0. Sam Seaton threw five complete innings and his maximum of 85 pitches, but was out-dueled by Newton Southeast's Josh Rivers who tossed a shutout on 78 pitches. Managed by Mike Seaton, the NL 11's finished the tournament with a 6-1 record.
Parkway champions crowned
The Cardinals are the 2018 Parkway Little League champions, defeating the Indians two games to one. The American League champion Indians won game one of the best-of-three series, but the NL champion Cardinals came roaring back to take games two and three in decisive fashion. Ben Young pitched a gem in game two and Trevor Dolson held the Indians to one run in the finale. Thomas Gavin came on to record the final out of the Cardinals' championship run. For the first time in league history, the championship series aired live. Recordings of each game are below.
The Pirates won the Parkway Little League AAA championship, sweeping the Reds in a best-of-three series. The Reds jumped out to a 6-0 lead in game two and took an 8-7 lead to the sixth inning, but the Pirates rallied with nine runs in their final at-bat to make Isabel O'Brien the winning pitcher. She came on in the fifth and shut down the Reds in the sixth as the top seed Pirates danced off the field with the title.
The Rays won the Parkway Little League AA championship, defeating the Brewers to complete a perfect 18-0 season. The Rays narrowly edged the Mariners, 3-2, to win the East Division title. The Brewers started the season 0-7 but rallied to claim the West Division crown.
A photo finish...
Great opportunities are available for Parkway families to commemorate the 2018 Little League season with photos!
Great action shots!
Throughout the 2018 season, professional photographer/editor Lloyd Young (father of current Cardinals player Ben Young and former White Sox Luke Young) took photos of the Majors action and now these photos are posted for purchase, with 10 percent of the proceeds returning as a contribution to Parkway Little League! Browse and purchase the photos with the link below: