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Welcome to DR Baseball's website!

Deep Run Baseball provides an exceptional youth baseball experience for a wide range of ages (4-16) and skill levels. The league is run solely by volunteers and our volunteers are vital to ensure that the league is the best it can be. Deep Run is a chartered Little League organization covering the ages 4-12. Our Connie Mack baseball program offers experiences for ages 13-16 years old. 



Five days of baseball instruction and fun!

WHO:            Boys and girls age 8-13 (Majors eligible): Both weeks

Ages 13-17 (BIG FIELD ELIGIBLE): DRVSA week only

WHAT:          The fundamentals of fielding, throwing, pitching, bunting, hitting, and base running will be taught. Games will be played daily. There is an emphasis on fun while learning to play the game correctly!

WHEN           June 18th -22nd, 9 AM to 3 PM at

And             Pennridge Little League Fields Walnut Street, Perkasie


June 25th-June 29th, 9 AM to 3 PM at

Deep Run Valley Sports Assoc. Hilltown Pike, Hilltown


EQUIPMENT NEEDED: Glove, baseball cap, cleats, (recommended: bat, supporter, and cup)


MEALS:         Campers should bring lunch. COST: $ 160.00



Former professional baseball player with the Philadelphia Phillies Organization

Nuneviller was the Phillies 5th round draft pick of the 1990 June draft.  He spent seven years in the Phillies Minor League system. He has played with the Reading Phillies and the Scranton Red Barons. He is a graduate of Pennridge High School. He has earned a bachelor’s degree in Health and Physical Education and a master’s degree in School Health from West Chester University. He is currently coaching the Pennridge High School Varsity Baseball Team.







Call Tom Nuneviller @ (215) 257-5238     or   Email:


Registration form



by posted 02/12/2018
Little League Age Determination Chart

by posted 01/11/2018
Bat Purchase information

We had a successful bat demo day earlier this week and many of us are looking to make our bat purchases in time for the holidays.  Included here will be some purchasing options and some information that we have learned.

Up until now the largest a bat barrel could be was 2-1/4 inches.  The new bat standard is designed to have bats more closely mimic wooden bats and as a result are not as powerful as the old bats.  As such the new bats are allowed to be 2-5/8 inches.  The end result is intended to be more hits which of course makes the game more fun on offense and defense.

However, the larger bat barrel makes the bats much heavier and the cheaper, every day bats are too heavy for many of the younger boys to swing.  As a very rough guideline, remembering every kid is different so +/- 1 inch and 1 oz.:
•    Minor A (7-8 year olds) – 27 in./16 oz.
•    AAA (9-11 year olds) – 28 in./17 oz.
•    Majors (10 – 12 year olds) – 29 in./18 oz..

We have an arrangement with Schuylkill Valley Sports and have an online store opened as of Dec. 2 and will only remain open till Dec. 7 to ensure orders can be received in time for the holiday.  These are discounted prices and are better than direct sale pricing from Easton or other manufactures. 

Keep in mind only the bats listed above get the 30% discount.  Size selection on the website is below the listed price of the bat. 

Reply to this email for bat selections or if you have any questions.

Thank you,
Deep Run Baseball Board

by posted 12/02/2017
IMPORTANT - New baseball bat standard

We have posted this communication a few times over the last year, so sorry if this is old news.  With the holiday's coming up baseball bats are a common holiday gift.  Everyone needs to be aware that, not only Little League, but all of baseball across the country is adopting a new standard. 

All bats used in baseball must be stamped with USA Baseball on them in order to be eligible for use starting January 1 2018.  This standard will be enforced by Deep Run during the in-house season, and strictly enforced during District and travel tournaments.  Old bats from previous years will not eligible for use (prior to 2018).  Deep Run will be supplying each team with an approved bat for use during the in-house season so it is not mandatory that any individul purchase a new bat.  However, if you are purchasing a new bat please make sure it stamped for USA baseball.

Here is a link for more information on the change:

Look for more information on a bat demo and discounts coming soon.

Thank you,
Deep Run baseball board

by posted 11/16/2017
Deep Run WINS at Citizens Bank Park

Congratulations to Molly Fannon for winning the Phillies Home Run Derby at Citizens Bank Park!

Molly represented Deep Run softball in the 7 - 8 year old group.

Best of luck to Molly and all of Deep Run in 2018.

by posted 11/16/2017
Deep Run 12 Blue Travel Team

During the week of 8/4 to 8/11 the Deep Run Thunderhawks 12A baseball team headed to Cooperstown Dreams Park in Cooperstown, New York. The Dreams Park hosts a 104 team tournament each week during the summer.  For the past several years Deep Run 12 year old baseball teams take this trip as a celebration and finality of their Little League careers. Our team and its parents raised funds by hosting our annual Field of Dreams Tournament and numerous other fund raising activities over the past 5 years.

At Cooperstown the players and coaches stay in barracks. The players trade pins and meet kids from all over the U.S. and Canada. Teams begin arriving Friday evening and Saturday morning. 

On Saturday afternoon there is an Opening Ceremony followed by some skills competitions.

The pool play part of the tournament runs Sunday to Tuesday with every team playing 2 games per day. In our first game on Sunday Deep Run used a last inning rally to defeat a team from Minnesota. Unfortunately, we lost our second game of the day to a team from Washington state. The highlight of the game was Alex "the Bus" Tarsi's first career home run. It was a very respectable loss considering that the Washington team ended up being the runner up of the entire tournament. 

On Monday the Thunderhawks had 2 big wins, defeating a New York team 16-3 and a New Jersey team 14-2. On Tuesday our first game was against a team from Oakville, Canada and Deep Run prevailed 2-1 bolstered by solo home runs from Ashton McCloskey and CJ Dimmick and a complete game, 2-hit, 11 strikeout pitching performance by Conor Flynn. Our last pool play game was against a team from California which Deep Run won 13-0 behind a complete game 3-hit shutout from pitcher Caden Fisher.

In pool play Deep Run finished with a strong 5-1 record and a seeding of #17 out of 104 teams. On Wednesday we won our first playoff game 14-7 over another California team. Deep Run was powered by home runs by CJ Dimmick, Bryce "the Bomber" Binder, and a grand slam by Matt Atchley. Unfortunately we lost our next playoff game to a strong AAU team from West Chester, PA. It was another highly respectable finish for our team. More importantly it was the trip of a lifetime for both the players and coaches. It truly was something that I will remember forever and the perfect finish to our Little League careers. “Thank you” to all the parents, siblings, grandparents and other family and friends who made the trip to support us.

Our team finished their Deep Run Little League 8U to 12U careers with a combined record of 104-42, winning 6 championships.

Team Members include: Quinn Annan, Matt Atchley, Bryce Binder, Matt Campione, CJ Dimmick, Caden Fisher, Conor Flynn, Ashton McCloskey, Tyler Sabol, and Alex Tarsi.

Coaches: Steve McCloskey, Steve Sabol, Mark Campione

by posted 08/20/2017
2017 8U Travel team has successful inaugural season

The 8U team was assembled in June and featured a split roster of 15 (10 A’s and 5 B’s) baseball hungry players.  Taking a preparatory approach for 2018, the team dialed it back with a less intense travel schedule.  They practiced hard weekly and went 3-2 in 5 scrimmages against Lenape Valley, Souderton, North Penn, Plumstead, and Pennridge.  In just a short amount of time the team improved tremendously and is looking forward to a full 2018 Spring Travel and Summer Tournament schedule coming soon.  We hope more of you can join us next year in what’s sure to be a fun season!  2018 9U TRY OUTS COMING SOON!!

A game to remember was on July 25th against a strong Cal Ripken Souderton team which included a roster of 9 (9) year olds!  Deep Run went down early in the game but kept it close with some fine pitching early in the game by Conner Finney, Dean Venner, and Nicholas Berry.  As the game progressed Deep Run found itself down 9-5 going into the 4th.  In the top half of the 4th Connor Murray came in and struck out the side on 10 pitches…a stop they needed desperately.  Deep Run added a run in the bottom of the 4th with back-to-back-to-back singles by Brody Blomgren, Dalton Forrester, and Connor Murray to make it a 9-6 game.  Dalton Forrester took the mound in the 5th and shut down Souderton – what made it more special was that it was his birthday – to end the inning Forrester struck out a batter and Murray threw out the base runner attempting to steal…..strike em out, throw em out double play – Happy Birthday!  Going into the 5th Deep Run mustered 2 more runs with some timely hitting by Colin Cox and Peyton Fellenz to bring Deep Run within 1 run.  Colin Cox took the mound in the 6th and did not allow a run.  In the bottom of the 6th Anthony Moan and Alfred Jones found their way onto the bases via walks.  Two outs later Logan Rawlings stepped to the plate.  Down by 1, 2 outs, 2 runners on and with a 3-2 count….Logan teed off on a pitch sending it over the LF head.  Moan scored easily and Alfred Jones beat the throw and stepped on home plate to give Deep Run the 10-9 victory on a walk off triple by Rawlings.  Exciting game!


We look forward to more moments like these in 2018!

2017 8u roster: Connor Murray, Colby O’Connor, Dalton Forrester, Peyton Fellenz, Logan Rawlings, Austin Lear, Nicholas Berry, Brody Blomgren, Conner Finney, Colin Cox, Nolan Burroughs, Finn Mahoney, Dean Venner, Alfred Jones, Anthony Moan

Coaches: Frank Murray, Pete O’Connor, Tom Fellenz

by posted 08/20/2017
Deep Run represented at Citizens Bank Park

Please join me in recognizing two boys and one girl from Deep Run who have advanced in the Phillies Home Run Derby competition finals.  The event will be held at Citizens Bank Park prior to the Phillies game on September 17.

In the 7 - 8 age group, Connor Murray has advanced and in the 11 - 12 age group, Matt Atchley has advanced.  On the softball side, Molly Fannon has also advanced to the finals for Deep Run.


Good Luck on the 17th!!!

Molly Fannon - Phillies home run derby finalistMatt Atchley - Phillies home run derby finalist in the 11 - 12 age group.Connor Murray - Phillies home run derby finalist in the 7 - 8 age group.

by posted 08/16/2017
Mouth guard Use in Youth Sports

Please take some time to read important information on mouth guard use during practices and games for ALL sports!

by posted 12/30/2015
Field Status
TBD (3/23) 
AAA Field - Deep Run TBD (3/23) 
DR Softball Field 3 - Deep Run TBD (3/23) 
DR Softball Field 4 - Deep Run TBD (3/23) 
Majors Field - Deep Run TBD (3/23) 
Minor A Field - Deep Run TBD (3/23) 
Minor B Field - Deep Run TBD (3/23) 
SASH - Hilltown Township CLOSED (8/20) 
T-Ball Field (Field 1) - Deep Run TBD (3/23) 
TBD - None TBD (3/23) 
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