ELMSFORD, N.Y. – The sun was shining, the grass was green and the white chalk was laid out neatly around the base paths at Piccoli Field.
It only could mean one thing in Elmsford: after eight months, baseball was finally here.
Eager to ring in the new season, the pint-sized sluggers marched down Saw Mill River Road, led by Parade Grand Marshall and former Major League Baseball player and manager Tommy Lasorda.
“It’s a great day and it means everything to them,” said Elmsford Little League Treasurer Steve Cowles. “It’s the start of baseball and they get to ...