The Anderson Fields complex (encompassing all the fields named below) is located upon the grounds of the American Legion, off Hunt Road, across Hunt Road from Veterans Memorial Park. Parking is available at the Verizon Wireless parking lot (take Hunt Road to the baseball field at Veteran's, and turn right onto Olympic Drive; go to end and turn right onto Corporate Park Drive; go past traffic circle and stay to right for Verizon Wireless parking).
Anderson - Alicia T. Brady Field
Minor Girls' field at the Anderson Fields complex. This field, as of April 9, 2005, is dedicated to the memory of Alicia T. Brady, a PRLL and PRHS softball player who was lost to us in February, 1992. Her parents continue to attend Opening Day each year to present the Alicia T. Brady Trophy to the Major Girls Champions. We thank the James Anderson Post, American Legion, for the use of this field.
Anderson - Harris Field
Tee-Ball field at Anderson Fields complex. It was named in thanks for the efforts of Tim Harris and his brother, the late Bill Harris, who assisted the league in many ways, not the least of which was construction of this field.
Anderson - Heroes Field
The new field (dedicated June, 2003) for Rookie Girls and Tee Ball at the Anderson Fields complex. It is named for the firefighters, police and emergency services volunteers who assisted in the events and aftermath of 9/11/01, and for the victims of that tragedy.
Anderson - Kayser Field
The William "Billy" Kayser Memorial Field was dedicated on 6/26/04 in memory of a former player and friend. It is home to our Boys' "A" (formerly AAA) Division.
Anderson - McCarthy Field
Major Girls field at the Anderson Fields complex. It is named for Austin McCarthy, deceased former president of PRLL (1985-86) who helped get the field built.
Anderson - McKiernan Field
Home to the Boys' AA and AAA (formerly International) Divisions at the Anderson Fields Complex. It is named for Robert McKiernan, former Supervisor of Groundskeepers, who passed away in January 1995. The surface of this field was renovated in 2005 with the help of W. Harris & Sons.
Anderson - Mooney Bocket Field
Major Boys Field at Anderson Fields Complex. It is named for Mooney Bocket, co-founder of PRLL, who managed the Major Giants from 1954 to 1986, and who lived in Pearl River until his death in 2009.