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Groton Little League

Dominick A. Zuliani Tournament

Welcome to the Dominick A. Zuliani Baseball Tournament hosted by Groton Little League. This Tournament was created in memory of Dominick A. Zuliani, who passed away in 1993.  Dominick lived in Groton and played baseball at Washington Park, the very same fields we practice and play on today.  He played and made his way through Little League, beginning in Farm League (known today as minors), then moved on to Little League (majors), ultimately graduating and moving on to Groton Babe Ruth.  During his years playing baseball, he was known for his sportsmanship.  Dominick was a gracious winner, always honorable in defeat, respected others, and respected the game of baseball. 

The Dominick A. Zuliani Baseball Tournament will be run by Groton Little League under their 501 (c) (3) status.  The proceeds raised from this tournament will be used to fund the Dominick A. Zuliani-Groton Little League Scholarship Fund and capital improvements for the Groton Little League.

This year’s tournament will run Monday, July 15tht through Saturday, July 30th for the 8/9/10 and 10/11/12 majors division.

Games will be played at Calvin Burrows Field on South Rd. Concession stands and indoor bathrooms.

Each 8/9/10 team will play a minimum of three games.  Each 10/11/12 team will play a minimum of four games.  In addition, the Tournament will host an Annual Home-Run Derby for selected 11/12 year-olds.  Along with a 8/9/10 All Star game.

This tournament is run by volunteers, including several Fitch High School students who will be earning their Community Service Hours. If there is ever a problem or question please feel to contact a volunteer or Groton Little League Board Member. Emails can be sent to our Tournament email address:  [email protected] and information will be available on our web:

Good sportsmanship is one of the most important aspects of the game and the premise that Dominick A. Zuliani was recognized for.  As parents, guardians, and coaches, we do our very best to instill the finest qualities in our children as they grow into adults.  GLL will not tolerate poor sportsmanship from its players, coaches, parents or fans.  For many players, this tournament will be their last Little League experience and we make it our goal to ensure that their experience here is a good one.