Bronxchester Little League Opens New Ball Field

Nancy Rydzy Wilson (c), Visionworks territory director, threw the first pitch to catcher Avin Torres.
Photo by Edwin Soto

Visionworks, the official eyewear and eye care retailer of Little League Baseball and Softball, held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to unveil the newly renovated Bronxchester Little League field on Saturday, May 5 at John D. Calandra Field on 1400 Waters Place. A special grant presented by Visionworks, executed with the assistance of CBS EcoMedia team, funded various renovations to the Bronxchester field to enhance players, volunteers and families’ experiences for years to come. The special occasion featured a full day of games and festivities.

(l-r) Senator Jamaal Bailey, Assemblywoman Nathalia Fernandez and Councilman Mark Gjonaj enjoyed some tasty hot dogs at the ball game.
Photo by Edwin Soto

(l-r) Visionworks’ Andrew Reimherr, Nancy Rydzy Wilson and Amanda Calhoun at the newly renovated John D. Calandra Field.
Photo by Edwin Soto

(l-r) 49th Precinct NCO police officer Cannova, Senator Bailey, Assemblywoman Fernandez, Eliezer Rodriguez, Councilman Gjonaj and 49th Precinct NCO police officer Varela presented the coveted commendation.
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(l-r) Chris Amarosa, Visionworks district administrator; Nancy Rydzy Wilson; Amanda Calhoun; Vincent Firsching, BLL president and Andrew Reimherr with the Bronxchester LL teams.
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Visionworks, Bronxchester Little League, 49th Precinct NCO and local elected officials took to the mound.
Photo by Edwin Soto

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