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FRAMINGHAM – Framingham Baseball, the City of Framingham’s non-profit youth baseball program, has officially charted with Little League Baseball.

This charter will allow Framingham players to compete in regional tournaments which could earn them a spot in the Little League World Series that takes place annually in Williamsport Pennsylvania and is broadcast nationally on ESPN and its affiliate stations, said Framingham Baseball President Adam Levensohn.

The League’s Board or Directors worked this offseason with input from the community to restructure league programs and complete the chartering process, said Levensohn

The League also has announced the appointment of Jennifer von Briesen as the Board of Directors Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion Officer.

This new board officer role was established to promote good relations and practices towards different minority groups in the community, said Levensohn.

“Framingham Baseball has always been an equitable, diverse, and inclusive program and we want to be give our families the best youth sports experience possible.  Adding this important and critical role to the board of directors and chartering with Little League Baseball will give the program greater focus and direction to establish our cities youth baseball program as the leading youth sports program in the area.” said Levensohn.

Upcoming League Dates:

April 1: League wide evalautions and equipment swap at Four Kicks in Marlborough
Saturday, April 29: Opening Day
Saturday, June 3: Framingham Baseball Day  

Framingham Baseball runs programs from ages 5 to 18 in the Spring, Summer, and Fall.

Registration is now open for Spring at

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Susan Petroni is the former editor for SOURCE. She is the founder of the former news site, which as of May 1, 2023, is now a self-publishing community bulletin board. The website no longer has a journalist but a webmaster.