Regan Goger, Bayside Rebels Little League’s female player, is determined to keep playing baseball. Every year since she made the team, she’s battled to keep her position over male rivals. But she is uncertain of her future as next year she will outgrow Little League and start high school, where she may have to switch to softball.
Bayside Little League
Because of a scheduling error by Little League administrators, Bayside Little League did not advance to the sectional tournament, despite winning the district finals.
BENJAMIN FANG The Bayside Little League junior team, ages 13-14, which dedicated its season to Newtown victims advanced to the semifinal round of the New York Section 5 tournament, but lost to eventual champion Franklin Square Little League on July 18. Bayside, the District 26 champion, won its first two games before losing two. The [...]
BY CHARLES OSBORN Jerry Costa has been managing little league teams for nine years, starting when his son turned five. But this season was different. The Katie Den Little League team out of Bayside not only won all 20 of its games this season; they won on behalf of victims of the December 2012 shooting [...]
George Goger now has a plaque that reads “Great Jiminy Cricket!” He was feted with the Frank Coppelli Memorial Coach of the Year award for his work with the 10- through 12-year-olds of the Bayside Little League. The players, coaches and parents packed into Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament School on Saturday morning, September [...]
Apparently, the “Alfonzo” doesn’t fall far from the tree. Daniel Alfonzo, son of former Mets star Edgardo Alfonzo, is making waves in the Bayside Little League, leading all players in home runs and playing in the All-Star game last week. “It’s good, because I see many kids in the league that have really good talent,” [...]