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In the spring of 1950, Mr. Nick Aromandi applied and obtained a charter to organize the first little league in the Bronx. Four teams were formed and they chose the name Bronxchester. The first games were played in June of 1950 at the old German Stadium in Throggs Neck. In 1951 the program was so popular several other Bronx Leagues were formed. This year Bronxchesters four teams played at ball fields at Zeregra and Newbold Avenues. In 1953 Bronxchester was incorporated under New York State law. A Bronxchester All Star obtained recognition playing for the district championship at Portchester New York. In 1954 Bronxchester All Star tournament team reaches statewide level at Haverstraw New York. In 1955 Bronxchester moves to a newly constructed ball field at Bruckner Blvd and Chatterton Ave. This enabled Bronxchester to expand their program

In 1956 Spring training was conducted in the gym at J.H.S. 127. In 1957 Bronxchester baseball now consists of 4 Major, 4 Minor, 1 Graduate and 1 Freshman team. 1958 the Freshman team wins the Bronx Championship in two of the three leagues that they entered. In 1959 the Allstar Little League wins championship. A fall and winter program forms with 4 basketball teams with the program operating year round.
By 1965 a volunteer umpiring staff was formed, clinics using the batting tee instead of pitching makes its debut. The basketball program grew to 16 teams along with a cheerleadering team. For the winter months they also formed a girls volleyball team. The baseball program grew to 22 teams with approximately 350 boys and girls. With players now up to age 18 years old. And yes there was 5 softball teams (lassie league for girls). In 1968 Bronxchester, with the help from the community and Senator Calandra moved to Bronx State location. A football team for players 16 to 17 years old was formed. By 1970 Bronxchester now fields 24 baseball teams, 4 softball teams 12 basketball teams and 1 football team, adding up to over 500 boys and girls in the league.