MLB Pitch, Hit & Run
Northeast Zone Baseball held their annual MLB Pitch, Hit and Run Competition at Bannerman Community League on Sunday, May 14. We had lots of sunshine and a good player turnout. Thanks to our great volunteers, a free hotdog lunch was served to all. Thanks to Bannerman Community, to Mike Neary and Chris Chelmick and all the volunteers who helped make this event a great success.
Congratulations to the winners in each category:
|AGE 7 & 8|
|Pitch Champion||Brody Jones|
|Hit Champion||Maximus Taylor|
|Run Champion||Sawyer Cherrett|
|Overall Champion||Sawyer Cherrett|
|AGE 9 & 10|
|Pitch Champion||Benny Norris|
|Hit Champion||Benny Norris|
|Run Champion||Kason Ferbey|
|Overall Champion||Benny Norris|
|AGE 11 & 12|
|Pitch Champion||Johnny Broderick|
|Hit Champion||Logan Tanouye|
|Run Champion||Matthias Fehr|
|Overall Champion||Connor Westfall|
|AGE 13 & 14|
|Pitch Champion||William Lounsbury|
|Hit Champion||Daniel Neary|
|Run Champion||Lincoln Holm|
|Overall Champion||Daniel Neary|
Pitch Hit & Run is the official skills competition of Major League Baseball®. This grassroots program is designed to provide youngsters across the country with an opportunity to participate, free of charge, in an exciting baseball skills competition in the safest atmosphere possible. PITCH HIT & RUN is intended to encourage youth participation and showcase the top youth talent in baseball. Since there is no registration fee for this program, every boy and girl, ages 7-14, will have a chance to compete. Participants will compete in three important aspects of baseball/softball: pitching, hitting & running.
All participants must have their parent or guardian REGISTER ONLINE at PitchHitRun.com prior to the competition. Parents/guardians should be ready and able to show proof of participant age (copy/picture of birth certificate, etc.).
CLICK https://pitchhitrun2022.leagueapps.com/events/3110089-northeast-zone-baseball TO REGISTER FOR THE 2022 COMPETITION.
PITCH HIT & RUN is established in geographic markets across North America. The markets encompass neighboring states/provinces, when necessary, to ensure the availability of the program to all participants. Participants are eligible to advance through three (3) levels of competition – Local, Team Championship and Finals.
Local Level Through mid/late July*
It is recommended that Local events be held prior to mid-July with results received immediately following to ensure that Local winners can have the opportunity to advance to the nearest Team Championship.
IMPORTANT NOTE: In order to have a participant advance to subsequent levels, ALL participant registrations and results must be logged online at PitchHitRun.com.
*The date of the Team Championship in each Major League Baseball® market will determine how late a corresponding Local Competition may be scheduled, which means you could schedule your Local Competition later in July if you find out that your corresponding Team Championship is scheduled on a later date. To avoid any conflict with the winners advancing in the competition, please attempt to conduct your local event by mid-July.
Team Championship Mid-July – September
This level of competition consists of the top Champions from the Local Level and may be hosted at MLB® ballparks or MLB® approved facilities.
The top youngsters from the Team Championship Level will compete at the Finals during the 2023 World Series.TM
Birthdate/Age Verification Chart
For all levels of the PITCH HIT & RUNTM program, each competitor’s age is taken as of November 15, 2023. Use the chart below to determine the appropriate age group for each competitor.
- Age 7/8 Nov. 16, 2015 to Nov. 15, 2016
- Age 9/10 Nov. 16, 2013 to Nov. 15, 2014
- Age 11/12 Nov. 16, 2011 to Nov. 15, 2012
- Age 13/14 Nov. 16, 2009 to Nov. 15, 20010
Parents/guardians should be ready and able to show proof of participant age (copy/picture of birth certificate, etc.)
More information and updates will be posted on the NEZ website at www.nezsports.com