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Welcome to the home of the Harvest League

The All Star Harvest Baseball League was started by three baseball dads looking for a fun, instructional, and competitive way for our kids to continue to play ball after the traditional season was over.  We have seen first hand how kids and Managers that participate in fall ball have a huge advantage over kids and Managers that don't.  What they have learned all summer is reinforced all fall, and the confidence they gain is amazing.  Next years prospects become this years players, so we go into the spring with an advantage over teams that don't play in the fall.  There are no records, so it is the perfect time for kids to play up, or try a new position. I'm always supprised by the new pitchers that come out of nowhere to have a great fall.  Our participation and dedication to fall ball has translated into better players and better records in the spring, and we want to share that with you! 

Our format is simple; a Manager finds 12-16 kids, or the kids find a Manager, and they join our league.  We don't care if you are a regional, town, church, or just friend team, you can play.  For 2016 we have 4 divisions: 10U, 12U, 14U, and 16U. You provide the uniforms, equipment, and home field, and we provide insurance, certified umpires, game balls, score books and coordination with all of the other teams to create the schedules.  If you can't find a home field, you can play away, and almost all teams use the uniforms and equipment from their spring teams.  One of our goals is to have every kid that wants to play get on a team, so if you don't know a Manager in your area that is forming a team, let us know in July, and we will try to place them on the closest team.  I've had players from 7 different towns on my teams, and after the first practice we are a team.   The kids make new friends and learn new ways to play.  One of my favorite spring rituals was to go to the bench of the opposing team and high five some of their players that have been my players.  Ya, we love baseball.   There are only 2 forms that players and their parents must fill out and have on file in the League office; the registration, and waiver.  All Managers, Coaches, and volunteers must fill out and return CORI forms with a photo copy of your drivers license.

We have added a free agent player page, so as I get the requests from parents, I'll post the players and parents email addresses.  As managers grab players off the list, please let me know so I can remove them.   There are now 2016 free agents on the free agent page, click the tab above.

We will have our first meeting of the year in July , so don't wait too long, start getting your team together now. 

For 2016 the fee is $90 per player.  To allow managers to bring on part time players that play other sports in the fall, we have decided that once a team has at least 12 full time players, teams will be allowed to add up to 4 part time players at $45 per player.  All Managers must complete a final roster noting full and part time players and send it in by August 1st.  All fees, forms, and rosters must be received by the league by August 3rd.   Because of all that goes on in the fall, I try to have 14 full time players so that I am sure to have at least 11 players at all games. 
Once the registration forms, waiver forms, Cori forms, and fees have been collected, and filled out in full, they can be sent to:
All Star Harvest League
170 Monson Turnpike Rd.
Ware, MA  01082

The MANDATORY 2016 scheduling meeting will be held on Sunday, August 14th at Grenville Park on Church St. in Ware.  The meeting will be held at the pavilion in front of the bandstand by the parking lot on the right as you enter the park.

Girls 12U softball at 5pm
Under 11 baseball at 5:30pm
Under 13 baseball at 6pm
Under 15 baseball at 6:30pm

We will have a single elimination tournament at the end of the season. 

If your player wants to be placed onto the free agent page, send your email, your name, the players name, and the players age and town to

Any questions?

John Morrin click here
Matt Bleakley click here

SOFTBALL!!  We are trying to get enough youth softball teams to start a league.  Please email me with any questions.
I have changed the Softball registration form to reflect the dates NEYSA uses.

We are looking for 10U, 12U, 14U.  The interest so far is:

10U= Palmer -


Longmeadow -
Diamond Jaxx -
Palmer -
Chicopee Tigers AC -

14U= Longmeadow

The fee would be $90 per player. 
For the softball registration form click HERE

For the softball waiver form click HERE


These are a couple of important things that all assignors, managers, and umpires will need to know in the event of a rain out situation. Some important rules and regulations are also addressed.

1. The home team is responsible for canceling games in the event the field is not playable .We would appreciate if someone would make a trip to the field for an assessment before canceling.

2. In the event that the game is unplayable, all divisions should immediately contact John Morrin. Please call with the correct game number which is listed on the game schedule page.       John Morrin 413-949-0716 mobile          

3. Umpires Will BE CONTACTED. Umpires will not be paid for games not played. Be sure to check your messages if the weather is questionable.

4. All divisions will follow Tri Town Baseball rules for their respective divisions. If you need a full listing go to and these rules may be printed from that website.  Any rules that deviate from those rules will be listed on this home page.

5. One warning per pitcher for balking in 10u and 12u divisions. Umpires should take a moment to explain what caused the warning to both player and coach.

6. Umpires are required to arrive 10-15 minutes before the scheduled game time. In the event an umpire has a conflict, it is their responsibility to contact that division assignor and find a replacement.

7. All rain-outs must be made up even if the game is played out at the other team’s field. Follow the schedule to determine who would be the home team in the event this occurs.

8. All divisions will follow a continuous batting order.

9. All games are to be played out and the MERCY does NOT apply in any division. Sportsmanship should be demonstrated by all coaches, players and fans on and off the fields.

10. NO COLLISION RULE applies in all divisions.

11. 10 under division shall play 6 innings. Pitchers are limited to 3 innings per game and 6 per week.

12. 12 under division shall play 7 innings. Pitchers are limited to 4 innings per game and 8 per week.

13. 14 and under division shall play 7 innings. Pitchers are limited to 5 innings per game and 10 per week.

14. Steel cleats are allowed in the 14U division.

15. Umpires should report any incidents with coaches, players or fans directly to the assignors for that division. Assignors should contact Matt Bleakley with any of these issues.

16.  Players may be called up from a younger team in the league, and play up to a team in an older division without being listed on the older teams roster.  Under no circumstances will players play laterally, or down on other teams. To be eligible to play up in the tournament, a player must have played in 50% of the older teams games during the regular season.

17.   Bat Sizes:
10U  maximum -12
12U  maximum -10
14U  maximum -5
16U BBCOR -3
Maximum drop is for the protection of our players, so no exceptions will be made.

18.  The time limit for games is 2 hours on school nights, 2 hours 30 minutes on weekends.
New this year!!!

All coaches must visit
To print and become familiar with:

 Fact sheet for coaches on concussion
 Fact sheet for athletes on concussion
 Fact sheet for parents on concussion
 Clipboard with concussion facts for coaches 

Required Forms For Players:

All Star Harvest Registration Form Click Here
All Star Harvest Waiver Form Click Here

Managers Forms:

Team Roster  Click Here
Cori Form   Click Here

As teams are organized they will be listed!!
Please email when you know you will have a team, and you will be listed.

Managers and Teams for 2016:   

Under 11
Longmeadow Lancers - Kate Pacella -

Longmeadow Knights - Jeff Evans -

East Longmeadow Spartans - Tim Garstka -


Rebels - Eduardo Colon -

Under 13

Western Mass Warriors - John Mcquaid -

Belchertown Orioles - Patrick O'Neil -

Ludlow - Paul Boothiller -

Rebels - Eduardo Colon -

Belchertown - Andy DiNapoli -

Ware Indians - Joe Sutkaitis -

Granby Rams - John Gaughan -

Dream Bat - Tim Mayo

Under 15

Belchertown - Jon Endelos  -

United tractor trailer school bulldogs  - Scott Perron -

Western Mass Rebels - Richard Torres-

Holyoke Allies -

Western Mass RiverHawks -

East Longmeadow - Bill Burks -

Rockhounds - Pierre Catellier -










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