SEV PONY Baseball

Registration Is Now Open, The Season Starts September 6th

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Discover valuable information that you don’t want to miss out on! Find everything from game schedules to upcoming events, and stay informed with important news. Take a look at what we’ve got below, and never miss a beat – you won’t be sorry!

Fall Registration is Open! Season Starts September 6th.

Fall ’24 Season Information

  • Early Bird Registration through
    June 1. Register Today!
  • Registration Ends July 20th
  • Late Registration: July 21-July 25
  • Tryouts: Saturday, July 27
  • Season Kickoff: September 6th

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Important: All Coach and Teammate requests will be reviewed. There is “No Guarantee” that these requests will be accommodated.

Upcoming Events

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Interested in Sponsoring our Fall 2024 SEV Baseball Season?

Hello there! We are thrilled to have you here. To select your preferred package, kindly fill out the request form provided below. Rest assured, we will get in touch with you soon to share more information and confirm your sponsorship level. We can’t wait to hear back from you!

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About Southeast Valley Baseball (SEV)

Queen Creek Pony League Baseball

Southeast Valley PONY Baseball strives to create experiences from which kids can learn, grow, and create life-long memories. As a youth league, our primary goal is to provide recreational baseball that prepares players for competitive team play.

PONY stands for “Protect Our Nation’s Youth.” The divisions in PONY league vs. Other Leagues are different. In PONY, players are placed in divisions based on age in two-year intervals. Little League divisions are based on skill level. PONY plays more in-line with Major League Baseball rules. Leading off, pick-off moves, dropped third strike rule, and sliding headfirst are allowed; things Little League does not allow. Each division does have its safety rules in PONY, and works to advance players in competitive play. Originally the bridge between Little League and high school, PONY was created to develop players by expanding field dimensions as the player grows and improves their skillset.

Mission: Our priority is to create experiences from which players can learn, grow, and create life-long memories. As a youth league, our goal is to provide recreational baseball that prepares players for competitive play. We strongly believe that by keeping players focused on personal development, developing leadership skills, and stressing the importance of teamwork, our community youth will gow to become the positive role models and leaders for future generations.

Most Important, Have Fun!

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SEV Baseball Stud Gallery, Let it Fly Team!

Check out photos of our players showcasing their skills, throwing with precision, and perfecting their craft.

– Photography by Todd Landrum