Welcome to Pearl River Little League

PEARL RIVER LITTLE LEAGUE is based in Pearl River (Rockland County), New York, and is a member league of New York District 18 of Little League, Inc.  PRLL features baseball and softball programs for boys and girls age 4 to 12 (with senior leagues to age 16 if sufficient demand).  PRLL was founded in 1953 and was incorporated and began play in 1954.

The league is an all-volunteer led organization. Since its founding, Pearl River Little League has seen tens of thousands of Pearl River children participate in its programs. We gratefully acknowledge and thank the volunteers and contributors that have helped the league thrive for the last 70 years! 


SAFETY NOTE:  All children must remain on the PRLL property whenever they are at the Anderson complex and cannot play on the DataBank (formerly Verizon) property, or on the property of the new senior residential premises adjacent to the fields.  Please do not leave your children unattended at the fields. Any children who are found playing on DataBank property will have their parent/guardian contacted and be asked to leave the facility.

PARKING NOTE:  See PARKING tab for parking policy (and for the IMPORTANT NOTICE applicable to Spring 2022).   

The construction (in the winter of 2018-19) of senior residential premises adjacent to Anderson Field and the renovation of the parking area did NOT change our parking policy.  PRLL remains a tenant of the American Legion, and must follow its directions with respect to traffic flow and parking.  We will have more room for handicapped parking, kitchen workers, umpires, etc. but we are unable to permit general parking at Anderson by the terms of our Lease. 

(NOTE: This paragraph is temporarily suspended.  Parking policy for beyond summer 2023 has not yet been determined).
    Your parking pass
(when applicable - see IMPORTANT NOTICE on Parking Tab - it has not yet been determined if Parking Passes will be applicable for 2022) should be affixed to the back side (facing out) of your rear view mirror.  This is how the guard at the Skae (formerly Verizon) lot will identify you and your vehicle as PRLL and allow you to access the Skae lot.  (see PARKING tab for more information on how to get to the Skae lot if you are not familiar.)  Please remember to follow the traffic rules in the parking lot and to park only in the areas designated for PRLL.  DO NOT park in Skae designated areas as your car my be towed.  EVERYONE (with the exception of those with handicapped parking placards, certain board members and senior citizens coming to watch games) must park at Skae - parking anywhere else without proper permits may result in your car being towed.  (Note: PRLL has no control over a decision by either Skae or our landlord, the American Legion, to have a vehicle towed - such a decision cannot be overruled by the PRLL Director on Duty or any other PRLL official).  


All registration questions should go to the Registrar, and team/schedule/rule questions to "Baseball" (the baseball VP) or "Softball".  League administration questions should go to the President.  If you have doubts as to where to direct your issue, send to PRLLweb and your inquiry will be directed or further information provided.  

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PRLL is a paying tenant at the Anderson Fields complex, which is owned by the AMERICAN LEGION, JAMES A. ANDERSON POST, NO. 1199.  The Legion has been host to PRLL since 1963 (with all teams playing there since 1965).  The Post is active in the community and helps to keep our servicemen and women, past and present, in our minds and hearts.   

The Anderson Fields complex (encompassing all the fields named below) is located upon the grounds of the American Legion, off Hunt Road, across Hunt Road from Veterans Memorial Park. Parking is available at the DataBank parking lot (take Hunt Road to the baseball field at Veteran's, and turn right onto Olympic Drive; go to end and turn right onto Corporate Park Drive to end; stay to right after security booth for parking).  See also, "Parking" tab.  (NOTE: Parking policy for 2024 has not yet been determined).


Anderson - Alicia T. Brady Field
Minor Girls' field at the Anderson Fields complex. This field, as of April 9, 2005, is dedicated to the memory of Alicia T. Brady, a PRLL and PRHS softball player who was lost to us in February, 1992. Her parents continue to attend Opening Day each year to present the Alicia T. Brady Trophy to the Major Girls Champions. We thank the James Anderson Post, American Legion, for the use of this field.

Anderson - Harris Field
Tee-Ball field at Anderson Fields complex. It was named in thanks for the efforts of Tim Harris and his brother, the late Bill Harris, who assisted the league in many ways, not the least of which was construction of this field.

Anderson - Heroes Field
The new field (dedicated June, 2003) for Rookie Girls and Tee Ball at the Anderson Fields complex. It is named for the firefighters, police and emergency services volunteers who assisted in the events and aftermath of 9/11/01, and for the victims of that tragedy.

Anderson - Kayser Field
The William "Billy" Kayser Memorial Field was dedicated on 6/26/04 in memory of a former player and friend. It is home to our Boys' "A" (formerly AAA) Division.

Anderson - McCarthy Field
Major Girls field at the Anderson Fields complex. It is named for Austin McCarthy, deceased former president of PRLL (1985-86) who helped get the field built.

Anderson - McKiernan Field
Home to the Boys' AA and AAA (formerly International) Divisions at the Anderson Fields Complex. It is named for Robert McKiernan, former Supervisor of Groundskeepers, who passed away in January 1995. The surface of this field was renovated in 2005 with the help of W. Harris & Sons.

Anderson - Mooney Bocket Field
Major Boys Field at Anderson Fields Complex. It is named for Mooney Bocket, co-founder of PRLL, who managed the Major Giants from 1954 to 1986, and who lived in Pearl River until his death in 2009.

Note that the former Verizon Wireless Building and parking lot were sold to Skae Power Solutions NOTE: Property was sold in October 2021 to DataBank ... see "Parking" tab on main menu).

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