Thank you to ConEdison for their support and use of the fields!
The Peter Stuyvesant Little League (PSLL) was founded in 1956 and for 60 consecutive years, in partnership with Con Edison, and more recently Stuytown Property Services, has served thousands of baseball- and softball-playing children of Manhattan’s east side on its Con Edison Ballfields and Murphy’s Brother’s Park on Avenue C, adjacent to Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village.
With more than 700 players each season, PSLL, a fully volunteer, non-profit organization chartered by Little League International, runs winter, spring and summer baseball programs for children ages four through sixteen. A bedrock of family and community in New York City, PSLL offers not only baseball and softball instruction to boys and girls, but also such intangibles as sportsmanship, teamwork, courage and the importance of fitness. Registration is open to all interested players either residing or attending school between E. 14th and E. 72nd Streets, east of Fifth Avenue in Manhattan.
For more information about our many programs, we invite you to visit the various links on our website or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For the past 20 years, PSLL has supported the Stuytown summer baseball camp, held on Con Edison Fields, and led by New York Yankees scout and 28-year college coach, including head coach, Dan Palumbo and Xavier HS baseball coach Richie Duffel. Registration for this one-to-four-week summer program, starting on June 27th, is now open at http://www.stuytownbbcamp.com.
The camp, which typically runs on weekdays from 9 am - 3 pm, is staffed by coaches with years of experience at the college and professional levels. It's a fun and relaxed environment where boys and girls ages 7 - 16 get the one-on-one attention they need to be a great player.
Fees for each complete week range from $260 to $325. For more information and to register, visit the camp website at http://www.stuytownbbcamp.com.