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Seattle PONY Baseball & Softball is a mainstay of youth sports in Seattle, drawing largely from the Central District, Capitol Hill, Montlake, Madison, and Madrona areas. Serving more than 500 boys and girls a year, from ages 4-14, we have nurtured thousands of Seattle youth through their baseball pursuits. Seattle PONY takes pride in its role in developing and fostering young people's skills development, teamwork, and baseball passion.
2017 Seattle PONY Baseball & Softball Registration is Open
Please find registration information and link here: 2017 Registration Information
2017 Season Key Dates
Additional PONY Division Information
Shetland Division (T-Ball)
Pinto Division (Coach Pitch)
Seattle PONY is committed to providing all children an opportunity to play ball. With the help of our corporate sponsors and our generous individual families we continue to offer financial assistance to those whom it will help to participate.
Please contact the league player agent for more information.
Corporate Sponsorship Program
Seattle PONY would like to thank our 2016 corporate sponsor team, displayed on the right of this page. We encourage you to support these local businesses and professionals, and don't forget to mention Seattle PONY Baseball!
Please consider becoming a part of the 2017 Seattle PONY Baseball and Softball corporate sponsorship program. We have three-tiers for sponsorship: World Series, Grand Slam and Home Run. Your company will receive numerous marketing benefits and will become a valued member of the Seattle PONY team. For more information, please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Keep up with league events like skills assessments, Championship Saturday, and the ever-popular Pony-Palooza!
See our Events Calendar and check back often for updates.
In Memoriam, Steve Cunetta
|It is with great sadness that Seattle PONY Baseball announces the passing of Steve Cunetta. Steve selflessly devoted countless hours of service to our league, in the years following its founding, to establish SPB as the respected community organization it is today - an organization that has played such an important part in the lives of literally thousands of young and enthusiastic Seattle ballpalyers and their families.
To honor Steve's memory, the SPB Board has voted to name the Bronco Championship trophy after Steve. A formal dedication ceremony will take place after this year's Bronco championship game on June 15 at Washington Park. Happily, several SPB elderstatemen were able to present Steve with the trophy this past Saturday before he passed away peacefully, surrounded by his family, on Sunday May 5th.