Daryl Main, whose grandson Austin plays for the Mountain House Little League Minor Blue Jays, throws the first pitch to his grandson at the league’s opening day ceremony on Saturday at Central Community Park. He is flanked by San Francisco Giants mascot Lou Seal and Oakland A’s mascot Stomper.

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Coach Todd Pace gives some batting tips to his team, the Grasshoppers, on the opening day of Mountain House Little League on Saturday at Central Community Park.


The Mountain House Little League Rookie Division Mud Cats and River Bandits reach for prizes thrown to the players during the league’s opening day ceremony.


Teams salute the flag during the national anthem at the Mountain House Little League opening day ceremony. Mountain House Fire Department raised the flag on its ladder truck for the ceremony.


Teams gather around the baseball diamond at Central Community Park for the opening day of Mountain House Little League on Saturday.

Mountain House Little League is celebrating its 10th year of youth baseball in 2017 and opened the season Saturday, March 4, with ceremonies at the baseball diamond in Central Community Park.

The league now has 300 players ages 4 to 13 on 28 teams in seven divisions: Pee Wee, T-Ball, Rookie, Farm, Minor, Major and 50/70. The league is part of Little League District 67 and in the summer will enter its top teams in the district Tournament of Champions and district all-star tournaments.

Guests at the ceremonies included Manuel Moreno, a member of the Community Services District board of directors, and the Mountain House Fire Department, which raised a 30-foot flag 75 feet high on the department’s ladder truck for the national anthem.

Major League Baseball mascots Lou Seal from the San Francisco Giants and Stomper from the Oakland A’s made an appearance. Also on hand was the 501st Legion, Golden Gate Garrison, which sent Star Wars stormtroopers and other characters to meet with players and hand out prizes.



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