CKAA's History Through the Years
CKAA is established by Al Rucci with one team sponsored by the Knights of Columbus Council 4727 and played agains other parks like Hendricks Avenue, Arlington Little League and 3 others.
New St. Mary's Field Opens for T-Ball as the CTK Early Learning Center is constructed on the site of the original St. Mary's Field on Arlington Rd.
Field Field rennovations occur on bothe fields to make multi-purpose. Big field is named St. Michaels' Field after two main care givers Mike Klima and Mike Cascone. The original CKAA left the CK community and turned into a travel ball organization leaving the CK Community void of any baseball since 1961.
CKAA is re-established with Chris Hildreth (President) Tim McClellan (VP) Tim Giles (Secretary) and Jeff Robison (Treasurer) John Klinkenberg Joins as VP after Tim McClellan steps down in 2021. The first season there were 2 Instructional and 2 Majors T-Ball Teams.
The big ballfield was constructed by volunteers and CKAA was oficially established.
The original concession and upstairs was constructed by Ralph Mosely and others.
T-Ball was first introduced to CKAA by Butch Ferrizzi and lasted for 15 years until 1990. At its height over 70 teams and 3,000+ players played annually.
10u All Star Saints are Small Park State Champs. Players: Trey Posten Blake Jones Calvin Johnson Sebastian Ortiz Coaches: Will Posten Ricardo Ortiz Manager: Dan Jones
Flag Football is offerd as an official sport at CKAA in the 2023 Winter Season. Girls' Softball is offered again after many years in the 2023 Spring Season. Bambino Buddy Ball is offered for the first time as a sport to support the Players with Unique Abilities in the 2023 Fall Season. The CKAA Hall of Fame is established in the 2023 Fall Season with our first inductee of ... Name to be revealed in September 2023.