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The Full Story

The Braddock-North Braddock Little League was organized in 1952 for community youth to play local baseball at Scott High Stadium in North Braddock. The league was sanctioned under Williamsport Little League guidelines and rules. Local businesses were recruited to become team sponsors to help support the league. Over 500 children were reported to show up for sign-ups in 1952 for the eight little league teams. A minor league and tee ball league were also formed for younger players.

  • North Braddock Little League All-Stars were the PA State Champions in 1979.

  • *North Braddock Little League All-Stars advanced to become the US East Region Runner-Up in 1979.

  • North Braddock was also the Southwestern PA Champions in 1956, 1966, 1970, and 1971.

  • The Little League state tournament was held at Scott High Stadium in 1971.

  • Many great athletes played in the local Little League over the many years.

  • Numerous local businesses & organizations were longtime team sponsors including the North Braddock Firemen.

  • Local dedicated volunteers contributed to the league as coaches, umpires, league officers, announcers, and concession staff.

  • The field was maintained as one of the nicest Little League facilities in the area.  The manicured grass infield and other amenities made it a quality field of play.

  • League updates were once covered in the Braddock Free Press.


Little League Baseball. NORTH BRADDOCK NETWORK. (n.d.). Retrieved March 16, 2023, from

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