This is no longer the home of
Concord American Little League and is in
no way affiliated with the organization

After 14 years of creating and maintaining the Concord American Little League website,
I have been informed by the new Board of Directors that they wish to
"Go in a new direction" with the website.
Therefore, I will no longer be maintaining their website.  Just for clarification,
this was not my choice, but a decision made by the board.
It has been my privilege to be involved with Concord American over these many years
and creating what I believe is the only Little League website
that maintained the rich history of its league by archiving each and every season since 2002.

Please contact your Board of Directors to find out where the new home of the
Concord American Little League website is located.


Skip Weinstock

However, because of the overwhelming requests that I have received,
I am re-posting seasons 2002 thru 2013
Thanks to all of you who wrote expressing your support.  Any further use of the names 'Concord American Little League', 'CALL', 'CA Little League',
'Concord American LL', are purely inadvertent and will be removed
immediately once it is brought to my attention.

If you have any other thoughts, please continue to email me at

Concord Baseball League

This web site is in no way affiliated with "L" League Baseball or Concord  "L" League 
and is maintained by Skip Weinstock, a private citizen,  for the enjoyment of anyone interested in 
browsing its pages and viewing its contents. 

After 14 years with the league, this is still my favorite memory.

I don't usually make comments on games but I feel compelled to share with you something that happened during the game today.  The Rockies were at bat and the batter hit one of the hardest line drives I have seen (well actually heard) in a very long time.  It was a blur.  Before I could even track the ball with my eyes, the Yankees shortstop reached out and snagged it with his glove.  Everyone in the stands on both sides reacted with a big gasp. 
It was a great catch. 

At the end of the inning when the teams traded positions, I overheard something that I hardly every hear in any sports contests.  The Rockies batter who hit the ball, passed the Yankee player who had caught it and said to him, 'Great Catch!'  The Yankee player responded with, 'Great hit!' 

We all watch what happens at the end of every game when the teams line up and give each other high 5's saying, 'Good game'.  It's sort of a League ritual and most of the time the kids are more intent on being the first one in line, then actually wanting to congratulate the other team in a genuine way.  What I witnessed today as the teams changed sides was as real and as genuine as it gets and both players and their coaches are to be congratulated for their display of sportsmanship and good character.  I'm sure that this goes on all the time but may not ever be noticed or commented on.  I just wanted to say it out loud!  If you know the names of the players, I would be proud to add them to this note.

Thanks for sending me the names.

The Yankee player who caught the line drive was Matthew Herin.  The Rockies player who hit the line drive was Forrest Steele.  Way to go guys.  You are great representatives of what Youth Baseball should be about.




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