Congratulations to all our summer baseball players with the Babe Ruth, 12U, and 9U teams on another great season. Everyone did a terrific job representing the baseball program and town of Redding across the region this season!
Now that August is here, Redding Baseball has opened registration for the Fall Baseball program, which will start in mid-September and run through October.
We will play a 12 game schedule with additional practice time included.
Fall ball is a lot of FUN for our players and is typically a more instructional program that allows everyone to continue to work on their skills and build confidence as they prepare to move to the next level of play.
Redding-Easton combined teams this Fall
Redding Little League and Easton Little League have been discussing different opportunities for potentially bringing our programs closer together. Over the past couple of years, we have worked on integrating the baseball experience at the Babe Ruth level, and we have seen both Redding and Easton players get the chance to play with teams from the other town in a few circumstances where there have been too few players in certain age groups for multiple teams.
For this Fall, we want to see if we can also broaden the opportunity for a joint baseball experience across our 12 and under Little League divisions by combining both Redding & Easton players together on teams. Rookies will remain strictly Redding comprised teams and possibly play some cross town games with Easton.
There will be NO CHANGE to the registration process – Redding players will register with Redding Baseball through the Boys & Girls Club (and Easton will register through Easton Little League).
Once players are registered in their respective towns, Redding and Easton coaches will then work to put teams together with an equal number of Redding & Easton players and coaches to create a joint in house league with combined teams.
Redding and Easton think this could be a great opportunity to boost our baseball programs, as more in house teams across the age groups will benefit all players. We will keep everyone updated following registration as we progress through the new team section process.
We will offer the following divisions for Fall 2015:
· 50/70 Fee: $100
· 46/60 AAA Fee: $100
· 46/60 AA Fee: $100
· Rookie Fee: $90
These fees have been lowered significantly from last fall to encourage more participation in our effort to test the feasibility of merging the Redding and Easton programs. Please take advantage of them this fall while they last!
Please see ReddingBaseball.org for division descriptions. If you have any questions about the Fall program, scheduling or what division to register for, please do not hesitate to contact us at
We hope all who can will consider participating in Fall baseball, as we believe that the players, particularly those moving up to a new division next year for Spring 2016, benefit from the additional Fall experience and valuable instruction playing baseball at the next level.
Nicole Dolcimascolo Meets Governor Dannel P. Malloy.
Nicole Dolcimascolo, the 2015 Boys and Girls Club of Redding-Easton Youth of the Year, went on to represent the BGCRE at the Connecticut Youth of the Year state competition on May 6th, where she met Gov. Dannel P. Malloy. Nicole, a junior at Joel Barlow High School, won the title of BGCRE Youth of the Year this past April.