CANCELATIONS FOR SUNDAY 4/23:
ALL GAMES CANCELED EXCEPT THE FOLLOWING:
Stuart HS (8 and 11 AM), Waters Field (8 and 11 AM), and EC Lawrence Park (2 and 5 PM).
Only those 6 games will be played.
Click on LeagueOne to register now for the spring season. We offer weekend leagues in the 30+, 48+, and 60+ age groups and a 30+ weeknight league.
SEASON OPENERS: The 30+ and 48+ leagues will open on Sunday, April 2nd. The weeknight league will open on Monday, April 3rd. The 60+ league will open on Saturday, April 8th.
NEW PLAYERS: You should be getting a call from the team that you have been assigned to. Please let me know if you don't hear from your manager by Tuesday, March 28th.
JERSEY CHANGE: All visiting teams for all leagues will wear BLUE jerseys. All home teams will wear either WHITE or GREY. Please bring both jerseys to the game so that this isn't an issue.
PLAYERS: If you have any gameday pictures and wish for them to be included on our website, please send them along to firstname.lastname@example.org. We would appreciate it very much!
2017 spring training huge success!
Perfect weather and great competition hi-lighted this year's spring training in Ft. Myers, FL. Thanks to all who participated..........already looking forward to next year.
DC Metro Area's Premier Adult Baseball League
WE HAVE SERVED MEN AGES 30+ FOR OVER 25 YEARS
Ponce de Leon Baseball League was founded in 1990 with the goal of providing men of all ages and skill levels the opportunity to play baseball. Ponce currently has 3 seasons (Spring, Summer, Fall) and offers a one-week Winter Camp (Fort Meyers, FL) for those interested in taking their game to the next level.
NO MATTER YOUR LEVEL OF PLAY, YOU CAN REDISCOVER YOUR PASSION FOR BASEBALL AND PLAY WITH PONCE DE LEON!
Learn more about the upcoming season including league rules & costs - and register online at LeagueOne.com.
Check out the full schedule. If you're uncertain about rain-outs, call the Ponce rain-out line: (703) 591-0069
Ponce utilizes many high school and city fields in and around the Washington, D.C. area including Montgomery County, MD and NOVA.
Love is the most important thing in the world, but baseball is pretty good, too.