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by posted 04/24/2014

Tommy John on surgeries: 'Unreal' news services | April 24, 2014

Former major league pitcher Tommy John says it's "unreal" that so many pitchers need elbow surgery 40 years after he was the first to undergo the procedure that now bears his name.

"It's unreal," John told the Watertown Daily Times. "And it's crazy that they would pick 2014 to be an epidemic year, it seems like guys are going down right and left."

AP Photo/Darron Cummings
The Padres' Josh Johnson is just one of a large group of major league pitchers who have been required to undergo Tommy John surgery this season.
Bobby Parnell (Mets), Brandon Beachy (Braves), Kris Medlen (Braves), Patrick Corbin (Diamondbacks), Jarrod Parker (Athletics), Luke Hochevar (Royals) and Josh Johnson (Padres) are among the pitchers this season to have been sidelined with elbow-ligament injuries that require Tommy John surgery.

"Throwing pitches in the big leagues will not hurt your arm," John told the Daily Times. "It's what you did down the road when you were younger. ... In essence, the injury itself is a buildup of overuse. And not overuse as an adult, but overuse as a kid.

"What I would like to see these guys do, these surgeons and all, is ask all the guys who have had the surgery -- 'How much did you pitch as a kid and how often, and did you pitch year-round?' And nowadays, probably 70 to 80 percent of the pitchers today have been pitching 12 months a year since they were seven, eight or nine years old. And your arm is not made for that."

John, a left-hander who won 288 games playing for six teams over 26 seasons, moved to Watertown in northern New York this past December.

He attended the April 7 memorial service held at Dodger Stadium for Dr. Frank Jobe, who died in March. In 1974, Jobe operated on John's pitching arm, becoming the first to perform the elbow procedure that became known as Tommy John surgery. John pitched 15 more seasons.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Benefit Softball Game Saturday 4/26
by DaveMoreno posted 04/23/2014
Please join Washingtonville Little League in supporting one of our own in her fight against cancer.
The girls varsity softball team is hosting a benefit game on Saturday, April 26 at 11:00 at Woodfield.

Please join the friends, family and teammates of Julia Gutierrez, 16, former Washingtonville Little League short stop and Washingtonville High School Varsity outfielder as we unite to raise funds for her fight against bone cancer.  

Your support is tremendously appreciated.





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Help I'm a Benchwarmer
by posted 04/18/2014

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Thank You
by posted 04/18/2014

Thank You, to all the 1st responders

for making our Parade a safe day for the Kids!!

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Saturday 4/19 GSB Schedule
by DaveMoreno posted 04/16/2014
It looks like nice weather Saturday, so lets play some softball.
Here is our last in house schedule before league play starts Monday.
9:00  -  George M Carroll v Washingtonville Pharmacy
11:30 - minors. 3 inning game. J&T Mobile v Designer Hardwood
12:45 - minors. 3 inning game. Wash soccer v J&T Mobile
2:00 -   minors. 3 inning game. Designer Hardwood v Wash Soccer
3:30 -   BG Pharmacy v Hudson Heritage 

Happy Easter and Passover to all!!

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Practices cancelled when games are
by posted 04/16/2014

Just a reminder,

When games are canceled due to poor field conditions, it also means that practices are canceled as well.

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Parent Connection
by posted 04/16/2014

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 > Little League Online > Learn More > Newsletters > The Parent Connection > 2014 > The Parent Connection - April

The Parent Connection - April

The Matheny Manifesto
St. Louis Cardinals manager, Mike Matheny, was asked to coach his son’s baseball team. Believing the biggest problem in youth sports is overbearing parents, he decided to write a letter to them, addressing his concerns and expressing conditions he required from his team’s moms and dads. Watch the Matheny Manifesto video which appeared on ESPN during the 2013 Little League Baseball® World Series.
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ESPN’s Chris McKendry, a Proud Little League® Parent
  My husband, Eduardo Andrade, and I have been Little League parents since 2008 when our oldest turned 5 and signed up for our league in Westport, Conn. We have been a part of the program ever since. My husband coaches each season and absolutely loves it.
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Building a Positive Parent-Coach Partnership
  Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA) and Little League® International have introduced two free Little League Second-Goal Parent and Little League Double-Goal Coach online quick-courses. These new programs are designed to make the Little League experience better for parents, players and coaches.
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Little League® International Forms Parent Committee
Little League’s first-ever Parent Committee has been selected! We have a diverse mix of members from California to New Hampshire to Aruba to Mexico, and all places in between. Members have already been hard at work. Read some of their ideas on how to keep the game fun for our young players.
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Safety Spotlight: Warm Up to Prevent Injuries
With Little League® practices in full swing around the nation, there are more baseball and softball gloves getting used right now than any other time of year. And in the early part of the season, it’s crucial to remember the importance of warming up, stretching and keeping young arms healthy.
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Frozen Ropes LL Fundraising
by posted 04/15/2014

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GSB Int'l schedule updated
by posted 04/15/2014

GSB Int'l schedule updated

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by posted 04/14/2014

To all of our gracious sponsors,


for supporting our League & Kids.


All of us are grateful for your generosity!


To the Parents and community please remember those generous businesses and SUPPORT them.

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Stonegate 2 Closed
by posted 04/11/2014

Stonegate Field #2 is closed until further notice.

Please stay off this field, no practice or games.

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Picture Day - May 10th
by posted 03/30/2014

Picture Day May 10th
At Mays Field

Team schedules:

new schedule to be posted 


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Frozen Ropes Gift Card
by posted 03/03/2014
Dear Little League Player/Parent:
Frozen Ropes has partnered up with Washingtonville Little League!  We have a gift for you, as well as an upcoming exciting event that benefits your league.

$20 Gift Card for you!

Because your Little League is a partner with Frozen Ropes, each players gets a $20 Digital Gift Card to use towards our classes or programs! This is a great opportunity to receive professional instruction before your season kicks off! (These cannot be used at our proshop or cafe.) Print out this e-mail or attached digital gift card when redeeming.

Click here to see our  full Spring schedule! Lessons and rentals are available 7 days a week.

Little League Bonanza!

Frozen Ropes is hosting a Little League Bonanza Day just for our Little League Partners! Each family admission is $20, and $10 of that goes directly back to YOUR LEAGUE! From 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., our Sports Park will be dedicated to our Little League Partners and their players. From a homerun derby and parent/player contests to coaches training, there is something for every player and family! Please see the attached flyer for more information! Call 469-9507 to register!  Click here for flyer.

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District 19 Fields Directions
posted 05/24/2013

Directions to all District 19 Little League Fields

This can also be found on our Links page under District 19

For GSB Pulvernt Field,
Address is 24 park dr Chester ny.
From Ville, 94w to surrey dr, 1st right onto park dr entrance is next to #24 park dr.
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Don't Swing it
by FelixToledo posted 05/10/2013

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Field Status
Mary Harriman Park 1 - Harriman TBD (4/25) 
Mary Harriman Park 2 - Harriman TBD (4/25) 
Mays Junior - Wash OPEN (4/25) 
Mays Major - Wash OPEN (4/25) 
Mays Senior - Wash OPEN (4/25) 
Mombasha Town Park - Monroe TBD (4/25) 
Smith Clove Park 1 - Monroe TBD (4/25) 
Smith Clove Park 2 - Monroe TBD (4/25) 
Smith Clove Park 4 - Monroe TBD (4/25) 
Stonegate - Monroe OPEN (4/25) 
Stonegate2 - Monroe TBD (4/25) 
Tball Field 3 - Wash OPEN (4/25) 
Tball Field 4 - Wash OPEN (4/25) 
Tball Field 5 - Wash OPEN (4/25) 
Woodfield - Wash OPEN (4/25) 
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