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NYO Night (Kyle Farmer Night) at The Braves Game This Thursday Evening

Dreams do come true!

NYO Families and Friends, our very own Kyle Farmer has been called up to THE SHOW, and made his Big League debut with the Los Angeles Dodgers just this week and was it A SHOW! Kyle hit the big time with a walk off double in the bottom of the 11th inning vs. the San Francisco Giants on Sunday night.

Let’s all head over to Sun Trust Park on Thursday, August 3rd to support Kyle in true NYO style. Wear your NYO gear, make a sign, and let’s get crazy and support Kyle.

Got football? Pack a dinner in the car and show up a little late. Got School the next day? Come out for a few innings, support Kyle and still get your 8 hours of sleep! We'd love to see you there!!

To purchase tickets set at $24 each go to:

https://groupmatics.events/nyo78 ,and the link for parking is braves.com/groupparking. Parking is NOT included in ticket price. 

Please direct ANY QUESTIONS about Braves ticketing to Gabby at 404-614-1444.

GO KYLE!!

Farmer gets the call

UPDATE - In case you missed the news, Kyle had quite a debut in the Sunday night national game on the week on ESPN, including an 11th inning walk off game winning two run double in his first MLB at bat, a team dogpile on the field, a curtain call, several gatorade baths and a post game live interview on Sports Center.  He's the first Dodger in the history of that franchise to have a walk off hit in his first MLB at bat. Even better than if they had scripted it down the street in Hollywood! Congrats to Kyle and the Farmer family and we're looking forward to seeing Kyle at SunTrust Park this week. Here's some links in case you missed the excitement.
http://www.espn.com/video/clip/_/id/20205548  and http://www.espn.com/video/clip?id=20205615


To the NYO Baseball Family:  In the spring of 1996, the NYO Tee Ball Reds featured had a lot of brand new players to baseball including a precocious young 5 year old by the name of Kyle Farmer. Coached by his dad that year and throughout his NYO career into the Pony league, Kyle always dazzled. We continued to watch him star at Marist and then as the 4 year starting SS at UGA.  And after Kyle has worked his way up through the minor leagues the last four years, we are pleased and proud to share the following from the LA Dodgers Twitter account posted late Friday afternoon:

Los Angeles Dodgers€ - Verified account @Dodgers
Today, the #Dodgers recalled C/IF Kyle Farmer (#65) from Triple-A OKC and optioned left-handed pitcher Grant Dayton to Triple-A OKC.
5:34 PM - 28 Jul 2017

This is an unbelievable accomplishment for Kyle and the entire Farmer family. The amount of work it has taken to get to this level is unfathomable. We are thrilled for them and wish Kyle the very best of luck in the "show".
This is also a wonderful moment for NYO Baseball as we now have our first ever NYO career player from tee ball on up) in the bigs. There are still dozens of old coaches, teammates and league officials involved in the program who played with, against or coached Kyle, and it's a very proud day for all. In fact, it's just a great day for the whole program!

We're not sure when Kyle will make his debut, but the Dodgers and Giants start a series tonight on the west coast so keep the kiddos up late and tune in on MLB if you can. And as luck would have it, the Dodgers come to SunTrust Park next Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. If you head out to the park, be sure to wear some of your NYO gear in case we get a chance to see Kyle in action.

We are also keeping a close eye on Chesny Young who continues to shine for the AAA Iowa Cubs and we're hopeful he's next. And we'll also start following our 4 young MLB draft choices who are all getting their start in Rookie ball.

Just a few weeks until we crank up fall ball. Who knows if there will be another Kyle Farmer out there!  Enjoy the rest of your summer and thanks for reading and allowing us to share this wonderful news.
Proudly, NYO Baseball

10U Longhorns Fight to the End

The NYO 10U Longhorns finished the summer season with a 17-5 record. They represented NYO in the Dizzy Dean State Sanctioned Tournament in Canton, GA over the holiday weekend. The Longhorns placed 4th overall and qualified for the Dizzy Dean World Series in Southhaven, MS. No matter how tough the battle, they always played fair, followed the rules, respected the judgement of the umpires and treated their opponents with respect which led them to be awarded the Sportsmanship Award for the 10U State Tournament. (Click Title to Read More)

Great Summer for the 10U Bulls!

The NYO 10U Bulls summer team made up of Austin Rhino, Josh Segal, Kyle Coleman, Reed Aaronson, Jamie Vicens, Reynolds Escher, James Lester, Michael Buhay, Thomas Harris, Cooper Bernath, Reece Williams and Ryan Ohde played 20 games this summer including 2 scrimmages against the our friendly rivals, the Buckhead Bucks. (Click Title to Read More)

9U Longhorns Stampede!

The word STAMPEDE, according to Wikipedia, “is uncontrolled concerted running as an act of mass impulse among herd animals or a crowd of people in which the group collectively begins running, often in an attempt to escape a perceived threat.  A large stampede typically eliminates everything in its path.”  (Click Title to Read More)

10U Longhorns are Battle of Atlanta Champions

The Longhorns smart base running and never give up attitude allowed them to achieve their goal of winning the Battle of Atlanta.

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8U Longhorns Add to Hardware Collection at Mid-Summer Classic

The 8U NYO Longhorns dug deep over the weekend for the Silver Division Championship at the Mid-Summer Classic in Canton.  After a tough Saturday of pool play, the Longhorns found themselves in a highly competitive Silver Division on Sunday.
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Join Us On Saturday!

Join us this Saturday, May 17 at 10:30am on Wilkins Field to honor the 2014 Nick Napalatano recipient!  The Nick Napalatano award is given in recognition of long-term service and commitment to the Christopher League.  These extraordinary volunteers often begin in the program as young teens and continue volunteering throughout high school, waking up early on Saturday mornings for practices and games.  Come out and show your support for the players and "buddies" of the Christopher League!

Christopher League Fall 2013 Schedule at Home!

Starting September 7th, on NYO's Wilkins Field, teams of volunteer Buddies and our Christopher League players will be competing on the diamond for eight straight Saturdays. Join in the fun, play begins at 9am and runs till 10:30. Download a schedule through October 26th by clicking HERE 

Christopher League Spring Schedule!

The Christopher League is a baseball league run by NYO for children with disabilities. The program is designed for “Buddies” ages 11 and older to assist players in the games. We anticipate having about 25 Players, so all Buddies are welcomed and encouraged to attend any game they can. We have 3 away games scheduled and we will host 2 home games with visiting teams (timed to coincide with an NYO off-week to avoid parking issues). We will also have 3 intra-squad games at NYO. All home games are played on the Wilkens/Bronco Field. Our 8 game schedule as follows: click article image or headline for schedules and download link below.

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