Long Island Hot Stove Baseball in conjunction with LSW Sports is hosting the
for ages 9u - 12u.
CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS WIN A FREE BID TO A LI HOT STOVE TOURNAMENT!
Teams will play a minimum of three games, with the opportunity for up to five. This format can play over the course of two or three days. In most cases where an event is listed over three days only a select few teams play night games on the first date listed - all other teams would begin the following morning
Game Baseballs and Certified Umpires included
NEEDED FROM MANAGERS/COACHES:
All of your games will be played on our fields. All schedules will be completed the week before the scheduled start date and posted online the Tuesday prior to the tournament. In order to participate, your team must have insurance. A copy of your league-team insurance must be provided at time of registration. Games will be held on May 3rd thru 5th , 2019. If you have any questions please email them to: email@example.com
$695 per team UMPIRE FEES INCLUDED!
All proceeds go to the Anthony Dwyer Foundation
Anthony grew up in Elmont with his parents, 2 brothers and a sister. He graduated from Sewanhaka High School. Anthony was a volunteer fireman and taught religion. He graduated from the New York City Police Department in April of 1987. He was assigned to Midtown South Precinct. Anything loved being a cop and helping whoever he could. Unfortunately on October 17, 1989 Anthony was killed when he was pushed from a rooftop during a struggle with a suspect. Shorty after his death Anthony’s family started The Anthony T. Dwyer Memorial Foundation in his memory. Though the foundation they have built a playground at a hospital in the Bronx for sick children, donated a van to the local church to transport the elderly and they continue to help police officers and their families in times of need. The football field at Anthony’s high school was renamed after him and an arch was built at the field entrance with his name and picture. Every year a scholarship in Anthony’s name is given to a senior to help with college. Anthony’s life was cut way to short short but with the help of things like this tournament, his love to help others and dedication to protect people will never be forgotten.