We have opened our registration for the 2022 spring baseball season at the following link:
The link is also available through our league website:
As an organization, LAMV PONY is dedicated to ensuring the safety of all our participants. We worked closely with the city of Mountain View to establish a Return to play Protocol in 2021 and will continue this close partnership into this season. This protocol was successful in keeping all of our players safe this past spring. We will continue to modify our protocols as the county guidance changes, but we are optimistic that there will be safe, fun baseball again in 2022. We realize that this is a difficult time for many families economically, and we will certainly provide economic assistance for those that need it. Our plan is to accept registrations through the beginning of January, forming teams and starting play in early March.
Hope to see you all out on the field this year,
The Bronco 12U All-Star team went 3-2 and placed 2nd in the 2021 PONY Super Regional tournament in Seaside, CA !
Players and coaches (from left to right): Zander Yocum, Logan Tran, Coach Peter Tran, Andrew Huang, Brady Gilbert, Ajay Lohitsa, Coach Vik Visweswaraiah, Warren Lee, Preston Huang, Colin Kim, Wesley Lee, Coach Drew Calhoun, Ishan Devarapalli, Wes Calhoun. Not pictured: Joe Dumesnil, Trey Dumesnil.
Congratulations to the LAMV Expos!
Congratulations to the LAMV Expos on winning the 2121 Pony Division Interlock Championship. The Expos finished 2nd in the regular season with a 6-4 record. Coached by Ben Pesch, the Expos won the championship game on Saturday, June 5, 2021 coming from behind in the bottom of the 7th to win 2-1 over the regular season champion Saratoga Giants.
The Dodgers won the Mustang Championship this season, 7-5. They had been rolling all season and throughout the playoffs. But ran into the Cinderella Orioles in the final game. Orioles were seeded 5th (out of 6 teams). They found lightning in a bottle during the playoffs and made it all the way to the championship game. Orioles actually lead the game after 4 innings. However, the Dodgers mustered a rally in the top of the 6th to take the lead and close it out in the bottom of the inning. Great game!