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2015 Pony Olympic Tryouts 



My name is John Ray-Keil, I'm the Commissioner of the Pony Divison (13U & 14U) for Seattle Pony Baseball.


Last year Seattle Pony Baseball experimented with a “Select Lite” (experienced coaches, winter training, 20+ league games and tournaments) model for the Olympic and P13 teams.  Feedback received from parents has encouraged us to refine and focus on just one Olympic Select Team.



Seattle Pony Baseball Olympic Team Basics:


·         Experienced coaches - Mark Larranaga, Dave Roberson and Walter Palmer will coach the Olympic Team (All three coached the Olympic team last year). 

·         Six weeks of fall baseball games starting August 17th.  Games on Sundays, no practices.

·         Fall workouts twice a week at Seattle University (beginning mid October – mid February).  Jeff James coordinating.  (Currently, Jeff James is head coach of the Bellingham Bells and Volunteer Assistant Coach at Seattle University)

·         USSSA weekend tournaments starting in March 2015.




An important reminder is the level of commitment we expect from the players. We understand that conflicts arise through the season, but it is important that you and your child understand the commitment to the team and the need to provide us with advance notice of any unavoidable conflicts with games or practices.  Conflicts with other sports are by nature avoidable.


Olympic Tryouts:
Sunday August 17th – Montlake 11am – 2pm

Sunday August 24th – Montlake 11am – 2pm


All players may attend the Olympic tryouts but only the top players will make this team.  A player only has to attend one tryout session.


More details on the Olympic Team to follow in the next few weeks.


We do NOT have tryouts for the Cascade teams. Cascade workouts start early January.  Cascade players will be placed on an available team after the player has registered.

Please let me know if you are planning to attend the Olympic tryouts.

John Ray-Keil pony@spbpony.org



Keep up with league events like skills assessments, Softball Try-its, and the ever-popular Pony-Palooza!.

See our Events Calendar and check back often for updates.



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 scholarships to those in need.

Please contact our Player Agent Sheila Gilligan for more information. playeragent@spbpony.org.


We've Moved!

You may have noticed a different look to our website. As of December 2013, Seattle PONY has moved to a new registration and web hosting system provider - TeamSnap.

Your registrations going forward will be through this new system. All users will be required to create new accounts to register players, as no information could be moved from our previous system.

We apologize for any inconvenience.


Corporate Sponsorship Program

Seattle PONY would like to thank our 2013 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 2014 Seattle PONY Baseball and Softball corporate sponsorship program. We have a 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: development@spbpony.org.



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.