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Serving the children of northwest Indianapolis for 60 years as the official Little League affiliate

Eagle Creek Little League

Eagle Creek Little League is a Little League-affiliated baseball and softball program for boys and girls ages 4 through 16 on Indianapolis' Northwest side.

The president, board of directors and all managers, coaches, umpires, groundskeepers, concession stand workers, etc., are unpaid volunteers.

Our seven playing fields are located in the southeast corner of Northwestway Park, at 5102 W. 59th St., Indianapolis, Ind.

The program began in 1956 as the All-American Little League, with fields located at then-Marian College and Cardinal Ritter High School. The league has changed locations several times through the years. It was renamed the Ransburg Little League in 1974 when that company provided a site for its diamonds. It became Eagle Creek Little League when it moved to its present site in 1998.

ESPN has already declared it the "catch of the millenium." Watch Pennsylvania center fielder Jack Regenye leap over the fence to rob a Chinese Taipei player of a sure home run in the Junior League World Series championship game at Taylor, Mich. BTW, the umpire out there to make the call? Eagle Creek Little League's Bob Thomas:

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Eagle Creek Little League

President: Kerry Warner 
Indianapolis, Indiana 46254

Email Us:
Phone : 317-395-3255
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