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The Elite Baseball Umpires Association was formed to provide youth baseball with quality Umpires. Our Umpires are dedicated to supporting the integrity of the game and promoting sportsmanship amongst the Players, Coaches, Parents and Officials.
The EBUA trains its Umpires not only in the proper fundamentals and techniques of officiating baseball; but to also know, understand and articulate the difference in rules amongst the many governing bodies of youth baseball, such as Little League, Cal Ripken and Federation.
Providing fair and balanced adjudicating of the games within a partnership with the Coaches is paramount for the EBUA. It is our intent to demonstrate that Coaches and Officials can and should work together to make playing baseball fun for the participants. EBUA understands the great responsibility that our Umpires have in being role models not just for the players, but to other constituents that help make baseball the greatest game ever invented.
EBUA provides Umpires throughout Westchester, Putnam, Rockland, Orange and Dutchess Counties, The Bronx, Manhattan, Western Connecticut and Fairfield County. This past 2020 Season - having just a Summer Season and Fall Ball Season - we provided Umpires for over 1,000 teams and assigned over 8200 games!!! As we continue to grow leaps and bounds, we'd like to thank all of our Staff and Umpires for their continued support and tremendous effort in making EBUA one of the strongest, most talented, professional and respected Umpire Associations in the country.
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Here at EBUA, we strongly believe in investing in yourself and your craft. We want to be the vessel in helping you improve at whatever level you want to work. Whether you want to be the best Little League Umpire, High School Umpire or are considering becoming a College Official, we want to assist you in bettering your skill set. These are some of the schools, clinics and camps that we recommend you consider.
EBUA proudly supports the heroic Men and Women who serve and have served our country proudly while risking their lives to defend our freedoms and way of life. We are very thankful and appreciate them for their bravery, courage and dedication to making and keeping America the greatest country in the world. God bless the USA and may God bless our Military Men and Women.
Bravery is doing something without the presence of fear......Courage is doing something despite the fear.
Alex joined the Navy out of High School at 17 years old. He attended Boot Camp at Great Lakes Illinois and then went to HT A school in Philadelphia. He reported to his 1st ship in 1991 on the USS Enterprise during the first Gulf War. During that tour, he wanted to become a Military Police Officer. He's been stationed in Rota Spain,Naples and Sardina Italy. After 9/11, he worked at ground zero and then went to the Middle East as a Military Police Officer. He is currently the VFW Commander in Yorktown and is on the VFW National Board.
Jason served in the United States Navy from May of 1996 to April 2000. He attended boot camp and “A” school in Great Lakes, Illinois and was selected for honor duty onboard The USS Constitution “Old Ironsides” which is the oldest commissioned war ship in the world and is most famous for it's role in the War of 1812. He was also part of the crew that sailed the ship under its own power with only wind and sails for the first time since 1881 on July 21, 1997.
Josh joined the military while he was in high school on March 29th 2011. He joined the Military as a 35G (Geospatial Intelligence Imagery Analyst). After graduating, he left for BT on July 18th that summer. He has learned a ton of life lessons that have made him the man that he is today. Josh is currently transitioning into civilian life as an officer with the CCPD.
Earl did his basic training in Fort Jackson, SC and then was stationed in Panama from 1986-1988. He was there during the conflict with Manuel Noriega and was in the 1st of the 508th Airborne Infantry. He left the Military in 1989 as a PFC and joined EBUA in 2018. He also works as an Umpire for the New York State Baseball Umpires Association as a member of the WCBUA for BOCES.
Emilio served in the US Air Force from 2004 - 2014. He entered as a Military Police Officer and was deployed to Tikrit, Iraq, Camp Fallujah, Camp Victory, FOB Grizzly and Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan. He was a member of Operation Iraqi Freedom and was also tasked with completing combat related missions in accordance to Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation New Dawn. Afterwards, he became a Sergeant and was stationed at the Incirlik AB in Turkey. He was initially a Quick Reaction Force Member and worked his way up to become a Protection Level-1 CCTV Monitor.
Mike Pereira, NFL and NCAA football rules analyst with Fox Sports, has been selected by NASO as the recipient of the 2019 NASO Mel Narol Medallion. Pereira will be honored with the Medallion at the Celebrate Officiating Gala on July 30 at the NASO Sports Officiating Summit in Spokane, Wash.
The Medallion recognizes an individual or organization that has made significant contributions to the betterment of NASO. These activities include organizational leadership, education, training, promotion of officiating and other events. The award is named for Narol, a longtime legal columnist and consultant to NASO, who died in 2002. Narol received the award posthumously in 2003, when the Medallion was named in his honor.
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