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Sponsorships Make it Possible

East County Amateur Softball Association is a certified 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and we are always looking to partner with local businesses and individuals in our community!  Sponsoring our league benefits every one of our amazing players and allows us to continue to provide the best softball experience to the families that call our league home.

Teams are formed and practices start in mid-January. Games start in February  and finish at the end of April. The East County All Star Season for 8U to 14U starts the first week of May and can run into July or early August depending on the team.

Please consider sponsoring our league for 2023, or asking your employer to do so.  All donations are tax deductible.  Sponsorship is a critical source of funding for our non-profit league and we thank you so much for your consideration. 

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East County's favorite local bar. Home of East County's Best Burgers, Brunch & Community Gatherings.

The Clubhouse is a 24/7 self-service training center, complete with batting cages and gym equipment. It's a place where you can create your own training experience on your own time. Check out their website for additional details.

H12 offers coaching Clinics as well as weekly pitching & catching camps all from quality professional coaches. Lesson available in group, as well as private format.

H12 Sports Academy is the Official Home of the HitTRAX System. Southern California's only HitTrax Provider.

DICK’S Sporting Goods was founded in 1948 when an 18 year-old Dick Stack was working at an Army surplus store in Binghamton, New York. An avid fisherman, Dick was approached by the store owner to come up with a list of products needed to get into the fishing tackle business. After Dick presented his suggestions, the owner told him he was a dumb kid and had no idea what he was doing. Dick was upset and promptly quit. He went to his grandmother’s house where he spent a lot of time as a kid and told her what had happened.
Dick’s grandmother asked how much it would cost to build the store himself. Dick said it would cost $300. His grandmother then went to the cookie jar where she kept her life savings and gave him $300 and told him “do it yourself.” Dick used that money and his relentless work-ethic to open a bait-and-tackle shop in Binghamton. By the late 1970's, he expanded his product line to include much of what you’ll find at DICK’S Sporting Goods today.