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Pullman Sports Complex a $15M 'Game Changer' For South Side

By Mark Konkol



PULLMAN — Down at the decrepit auto pound on 104th and Woodlawn, it's almost as if you can hear the wind whispering through rusty chain link: "If you build it, they will come."


There, a visionary developer backed by an alderman passionate about reviving the historic neighborhood, plan to build an indoor field of dreams that would attract young ballplayers from all over the Chicago region.


They'll call the 138,000-square-foot indoor sports training facility with a $15 million price tag, the Pullman Community Center.



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The league is now planning for the upcoming 2018 season.  Your support is very important to this program which, not only benefits the children, but also the community as a whole.


You are very much a part of this community, and your suppport is very much needed by the Roseland Little League Baseball program.  With so many negative elements comfronting today's youth, we all have a responsibility to provide them with an alternative.  Little League Baseball has proven many times over to do just that.


It is the dream of every child to one day play Little League Baseball.  Together, we can help make this dream come true.


Roseland Little League invites you to join us as an official sponsor of the Roseland Little League Baseball Organization.  If we work as a team, togther we can and will make a defference for the adults of tomorrow.  Please take a moment and make your donation today.  No amount is too small.


Thank you in advance for your support, and please tell a friend.  


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The mission of this league shall be to implant firmly in the children of the community the ideals of good sprortsmanship, honesty, loyalty, courage and respect for authority, so that they may be well adjusted, stronger and happier children and will grow to be good decent, healthy and trustworthy citizens.


Since 1952, Roseland Little League, (RLL) has provided a beneficial program of baseball for boys and girls ages 8-17. This action program has offered a challenge to parents and other adults to help cultivate a wholesome climate in which these children approaching their adolescent years can be stimulated to good habits of character developement. Countless numbers of parents and other adults have been involved through the years as league officials, managers, coaches, and umpires.