Felix Mantilla Little League
Félix Mantilla Lamela is a former Major League Baseball player. He was born in Puerto Rico in 1934. In his 11-year career, Mantilla played for the Milwaukee Braves (1956-61), New York Mets (1962), Boston Red Socks (1963-65) and Houston Astros (1966). An infielder/outfielder, he played second base the majority of his career (326 games). Mantilla was a utility man during his six seasons with the Braves, where he was Hank Aaron's roommate and with whom he won a World Series title in 1957. The Felix Mantilla Little League is sponsored by the Brewers Community Foundation Programs.
Felix Mantilla Little Season Info
Date/Time- February 23th, March 2nd, March 9th, and March 16th
Ages K4-8 Clinic time from 9-10:30
Ages 9-15 Clinic time from10:30-12
Location-*BGCS Middle School (920 South 9th street)
What to Bring- *Birth Certificate*Driver’s License*A bill (Cable, Utility, Electric, phone) *also bring glove, we will provide bats and balls!
Only $30-(if you sign-up before March 16th) after that it’s $50
*cheap compared to all baseball leagues in the area
Call Felix Mantilla Vice Pres. Jerad Luedtke at 384-3100 ext. 2815 or Felix Mantilla Pres. Mr. Roecker 389-4748