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05/19/2019, 8:00am PDT

Yes we are. The postseason has finally arrived!

Another outstanding LBLL regular season has wrapped up with the Majors Dodgers (5-10), Intermediate Dodgers (14-4) , and Minors Giants (12-1) all clinching their respective divisions. But without question they are not resting on their laurels. Every team in the league has already moved on and started their preparations for the 2019 Playoffs!

The Lunada Bay Little League Field will be buzzing for the next two weeks as the community gathers to eat some great food -- thanks to Lunada Bay Market & Deli -- and witness some exciting can’t-miss baseball. Join us to cheer on all the young ballplayers that have put in so much work since February to get to this point and are ready to go all in -- and make some memories that will last a lifetime!  

2019 Playoff information, including brackets, schedules and results can be found here.  



05/16/2019, 8:45am PDT

Pivotal final regular season games in the coming days to determine division titles

It has been a great 2019 Spring season at Lunada Bay Little League so far. The park continues to be the best place on the hill for families to gather, kids to commiserate, and the entire community to enjoy some great baseball by the Bay - especially with playoffs in the air! 

The coming days look to be especially entertaining as teams in contention scramble to fit in rain-out-rescheduled games in efforts to overtake one another. In the Majors division the Cubs look to make a run at the first place Majors Dodgers in a frantic final 3-games -- including a head-to-head against the Dodgers on Thurs and a Sat doubleheader vs the Diamondbacks. The very competitive Intermediate division looks to come down to a final game between the Dodgers and Angels -- two of the best Intermediate teams on the entire hill this year. The Minors Giants have locked up their regular season division title with a dominating 12-1-0 record.

However, everything is wiped clean and the hottest teams look to capitalize as the playoffs kick off this Saturday beginning with the Minors division. Game 1 features the first place Minors Giants vs the Minors Angels at  9:00am on the Minors Field. The entire two-week playoff schedule can be found here culminating with the all three division championship games on Saturday, June 1.

Closing day will be capped off with the annual Diamond Ball event that evening.

There truly is no better place to be than at Lunada Bay Little League park this time of year. So mark your calendars, invite your friends and family, and come on out to enjoy some good food and great company and cheer on all of our LBLL teams!

Chaz Fairbrother Drives In Four As Minors Giants Defeat Mariners

03/21/2019, 9:30am PDT
By K. Watten/Gamechanger

Giants continue winning streak, now 5-0

Chaz Fairbrother was bad news for opposing pitchers on Wednesday, driving in four on three hits to lead the Giants past the Mariners15-11. Chaz drove in runs on a double in the first, a single in the third, and a double in the fifth.

Both offenses were strong at the plate as Lunada Bay Giants collected 18 hits and Lunada Bay Mariners 18 in the high-scoring affair

The Giants Minors fired up the offense in the first inning, when Nicholas Yun singled on a 0-2 count, scoring one run.

The Giants notched five runs in the third inning. Batters contributing to the big inning included Tate Haaz, Auggie Blachy, Jackson Watten, Chaz Fairbrother, and Julian Imposimato, all knocking in runs in the inning.

The Mariners scored three runs in the fourth inning. Reid Howard, Dylan Nosal, and Caleb Guillema each drove in runs during the inning.

Jackson Watten led the Lunada Bay Giants on the mound, allowing three runs on two hits and striking out one. Tate Haaz recorded the last out to earn the save.

Griffin Romine opened for the Mariners, allowing one hit and one run while striking out two.


The Giants racked up 18 hits on the day. Tate, Chaz, Jackson, Auggie, Julian, and Nicholas each racked up multiple hit. Jackson Watten, Chaz, and Tate each managed three hits to lead the Giants..

The Mariners collected 18 hits. Reid, Griffin, Kasra Bahrami, Dylan Gardner, and Ethan Yang all had multiple hits. Kasra led the Mariners with two stolen bases, as they ran wild on the base paths with 12 stolen bases.

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