Olive Pony Baseball Local Rules

Olive Pony Baseball Rules by Division. Refer to Official Pony Rule book for items not covered in the local rules.Read More

“Olive Goes Blue Day” for Coach Roy

In honor of Roy Aguilar and his longtime love of the Dodgers, this Saturday March 15 will be “Olive Go Blue” day at Olive Park. Families are invited to sport their dodger blue for all games. Players are welcome to wear Dodger hats along with their regular uniforms. After each game, we will have the teams sign a game ball and take team pictures that we can share with Roy’s family. Read More

Pony Baseball Information and Misconceptions

I wanted to take a moment to clear up some misconceptions about Olive Pony Baseball. #1 - Baseball at Olive will continue to be an organization that will give every kid a chance to play. #2 - Olive Pony Baseball intends to run background checks on all volunteers this spring and every season. Read More

Welcome Letter from the President of Olive Pony Baseball

Olive Pony Baseball is up and running and is currently preparing for spring registrations. We are very excited to continue to offer a great family atmosphere for boys and girls 4 years old and up to play baseball at Olive Field in Orange, CA. Read More

Pony vs. Little League Questions

The primary features that distinguish Pony baseball from Little League baseball are those of a two year age bracket system and scaled diamonds. Additionally, Pony teaches lead offs and base stealing starting at age 9 (Mustang Division), while pitchers learn pick off moves and holding runners on base to counter the potential steal.Read More
Olive Pony Baseball League Boundaries

Olive Pony Baseball Boundaries

Olive Pony Baseball's boundary cover the entire City of Orange, Villa Park, Anaheim Hills and Anaheim up to Harbor Blvd. and Chapman Ave.Read More