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by posted 04/06/2017

In a repeat of last year, the weather forecast through Saturday does not look very promising so we have decided to cancel all planned events and reschedule.

Sunday May 21st - this will be our "Closing" day celebration. Our plan includes the team parade, Home Run Derby and 12 year old Showcase game.


May 6th - This is the same day as the Windsor Parade so in order to accomodate this event, our photographer, Shooting Stars, will allow each team to select a time. Every Manager will receive an email with a link to this sign up form.

May 13th - Picture Make up day.

More information will be provided as we finalize details (jump activities, barbecue, etc).

Thank you for your patience.

2017 Board of Directors



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Windsor Day Parade 2017
by posted 04/04/2017

2016 Parade pic

The Windsor Day Parade is Saturday, May 6th

We encourage teams to participate in this annual event that features so many members of our community. Games are scheduled to allow teams to participate.

Parade order:  TBA  We have not been given our assigned parade order but once we are advised, we will post the staging map at the high school to see where our group is to meet.


  • Parade begins - 10am - and ends at high school.
  • Drop off at high school horseshoe driveway no later than 8:45. Roads will be closed by 9am.
  • Best route to high school is from Shiloh. Road will close at Reiman/Shiloh by 9am. If you arrive late, it is a short walk to main parking lot
  • Teams should meet up at our assigned staging location
  • Players should wear their hat/jersey. No bats, gloves or balls.


  • Teams should arrange carpools for drop off and pick up;
  • Teams must have a coach/parent participant to walk with the players. Additional team chaperons are welcome to participate.
  • Team coach/parent should bring bottled water as the time from staging to end of parade could be up to 2 hours
  • Cell phone numbers should be shared between team chaperons and parents to ensure no child is forgotten or gets lost


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Memorial Bench
by posted 04/25/2015


"This bench was inspired by, and in honor, of two amazing men:  Mark Hopkins and Kevin Mendoza .  They were dads, husbands, friends, coaches and volunteers.  They are what makes Windsor so great. Windsor is a community of families. Our community is special with amazing families with great family values. This bench represents that in appreciation of all volunteers.

So take a moment. Sit on the bench and reflect on a moment in time of what baseball meant to you and remember.



Little League baseball started by a volunteer with a dream; one man, Carl Stotz.  This man had perseverance. He went to 54 businesses asking for sponsorship before he got one that said, “yes.”  That business said “I will do it for the kids.” Carl also used $40 of his own money to start this dream which doesn’t sound like a lot of money but back in 1939, that was half his monthly income and you know there was a Mom that had to “OK” that decision.  That’s confidence.

Players, take time to thank our volunteers. The Moms and Dads that man the snack shack, the brothers that Umpire games and the Dads that coach.

I would like to thank Maryann Alexander and Board and the Town of Windsor for making this a reality.  It’s important to recognize and celebrate our volunteers because without them none of this would be possible and someday, the baseball players of today will be the volunteers of tomorrow; carrying on baseball traditions and all that it teaches us.  It also brings us together as a community." Daniel Gromm

Dante Mendozo and Ian Hopkins

Dante Mendoza and Ian Hopkins

The Board of Directors would like to thank all the families who made this possible with their support through our raffle last season. We would also like to thank the Town of Windsor Parks and Recreation Department for their support and assistance to ensure that this bench was ordered, received and installed in time for our Opening Day Parade.

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