Welcome to Walnut Creek Pony Baseball
Thanks to all the players who came to our Bulldawgs spring tryouts this year! Teams have now been announced and, in lieu of our annual Parent Communications Meeting, this year your teams will be meeting individually.
Next on our agenda is our annual photo day and baseball equipment assessment (to be held at Sports Basement). This is when you will bring your bat/glove, to be reviewed by our coaches. You will then get an opportunity to purchase items that day if you'd like. You can also take the opportunity to purchase extras such as cups, cleats, and royal blue 'sleeves.' The date will be announced soon.
Each year, Walnut Creek Bulldawgs send two (2) teams to Cooperstown. This “trip of a lifetime” is a huge family effort, but one that is supported by our organization. To read more about the Cooperstown experience, go to their website at http://www.cooperstowndreamspark.com/cdpopening.asp.
The Bulldawgs organization would like to welcome Anthony Damhesel as our new Director of Baseball Operations.
As many already know, Anthony has an extensive baseball coaching background. Most recently, season before last , he came to the Bulldawgs to coach our 12U team. He then continued to coach the players last season when they moved to Bronco-level ball.
Does your player's baseball glove need some help? The Bulldawgs now have a great place to recommend when you need a glove repair.
Fielder's Choice Glove Repair
For the second year in a row, we congratulate our 13U Red team (coached by Anthony Damhesel), for taking FIRST PLACE at the annual 680 League Tournament. In almost perfect baseball weather at Twin Creeks, our players faced Orinda in the final game, and did themselves proud. Each boy did their job to help the team win, and they gave their families a great weekend of baseball. Great job boys!
Let's hear it for our youngest team of players, the 9U Bulldawgs! The team, coached by Marcus Walton and Kevin Baker, never gave up. In their final game over Brentwood, they just kept working hard and, in the end, they took home the 1st Place Trophy. It was a long day of baseball for the boys and their parents, but certainly worth the trip and the effort. Great job little Dawgs.