President: Marc Glickman
Vice President: Mark Morneau
Shetland: Carl Obradovich
Pinto: Mike Peckham
Mustang: Marc Chillion
Bronco: Scott Harris
Pony: Molly Israel
Colt: Clint Pollard
At Large: Tyler Lawson
FRIENDS OF EAST SIDE
Special thanks to the hundreds of ESBA families who have contributed to the Friends of East Side program. In addition to helping finance player and coaching clinics, your support has improved the park and playing fields.
For more information click on the Friends of East Side button on the left, then the Park Improvements button to see the many recent projects completed.
EAST SIDE CONCESSIONS
ESBA Spirit Wear available at Concession #1 by Pinto
Lost &Found at end door of both main buildings
Ice and First Aid Supplies at both buildings
No Cash - Accept Credit/Debit/Phone Cards
As soon as lightning is seen or heard, or if lightning is detected within 8 miles of the park using online weather apps, practice and competition should be suspended immediately. All players, coaches, umpires, officials and spectators should leave the field and seek shelter immediately. Move to a sturdy enclosed structure or a fully enclosed vehicle with the windows rolled up. Dugouts and pavilions DO NOT provide adequate protection from lighting. Safety is the number one consideration – common sense and good judgement should be used at all times. Parents dropping off unattended children should have a safety plan in place for their child. It is safe to head back to the field 30 minutes after the thunder and lightning have come to an end.
Only USABat, BBCOR or wood bats allowed for 2019-2021 Rec Leagues. 2018 exception for USSSA 2 1/4" bats has ended, not allowed for 2019-2021.
Effective June 1, 2019, USA Bats intended for Tee Ball are no longer permitted in any League other than Rookie. These bats are clearly marked "Tee Ball Use" in some form on the bat.
Details under Uniforms, Equipment, Fields Bylaw.
East Side Baseball Association (ESBA) recognizes that adolescent athletes are particularly vulnerable to the effects of concussions.
To comply with the passage of House Bill 284, and to ensure the ongoing safety of our youth athletes, ESBA has adopted the following protocols effective January 1, 2014:
Prior to the beginning of each athletic season, an informational sheet emphasizing the risks of concussions shall be distributed to the parents/guardians of all youth athletes.
Any youth athlete who participates in youth athletics and exhibits signs of a concussion must be removed from the game, practice, competition or tryout and be evaluated by a health care provider.
Any youth athlete who is deemed by a health care provider as having sustained a concussion shall not be permitted to return to play until he/she receives clearance from a health care provider for a full or graduated return to play.