Teams

WHAT DO YOU NEED? Each child receives a jersey and a hat with his team’s colors and logo. There is plenty of equipment (bats, balls, helmets, gloves, bases, etc.) for the children to use, but players should bring their own gloves and bats if they have them.

NO FEES, JUST FUN, FUN, FUN!!! There are no fees to enroll in Challenger baseball. All that is required is a willing children and family to come out and enjoy America’s pastime sport with the child’s peers in a wonderful summertime setting.

Junior Division

GAMES: Each Syracuse Challenger game consists of two innings. All children bat in their respective half of the inning (no score is kept nor are any strikes, walks or outs). Parents, coaches, family members, friends, all help out and are encouraged to assist the children with batting, fielding, running and throwing as necessary. The children are taught good sportsmanship and very basic fundamentals of the game. Every child hits, runs and scores!

TEAMS:

NALC (Red)
Cambareri & Cambareri LLP (Green)
TK Ezzo & Sons (Orange)
TBD (Gray)
The Chiefs Foundation (Dark Blue)
Friends (Purple)
Gannon Pest Control (Yellow)
Erwin First United Methodist Church (Royal Blue)
The Gem Diner (Forest Green)
C Michael Interiors (Light Blue)

Adult Non-Competitive League

GAMES: We are thrilled to welcome adult players with special needs to our league. The adult non competitive league runs with the same rules and spirit as the Junior League. Players aged 15 and older play in this league.

TEAMS:
Eye Care of CNY Diesels (Red Tie Dye)
Shampoo Your Roof by Gannon Steamers (Orange Tie Dye)
Team Tyler Engines (Blue Tie Dye)
Lew’s Sports Bar and Grill Express  (Bright Green Tye Dye)
The Tierney Family Locomotives (Purple Tie Dye)
Just 1 Bite Too Diner Subways (Navy Tie Dye)

Senior Competitive League

GAMES: The Senior competitive league games usually last 5 innings dependant on weather. All players must try out for the Senior league and prove they can handle line drives in the field and competition at bat. Strikes and outs are called and players are taught to play infield and outfield positions. Volunteers and coaches are in the field to support independence. Age requirement is 15 years old but players who are so advanced that they could pose a risk to players in the Junior League will also be considered upon the agreement of coaches and managers. Players must behave with good sportsmanship and respect for other players, coaches and volunteers.

TEAMS:

Excellus BlueCross BlueShield Mets
Stone Family Yankees