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West Hartford Youth Baseball to Celebrate 75th Season in Town

Wolcott Field. Courtesy of West Hartford Youth Baseball

The 75th season for West Hartford Youth Baseball will begin this spring with opening day planned for the newly-renovated field at Wolcott Park in April.


In less than 8 weeks, West Hartford Youth Baseball will celebrate its 75th anniversary of baseball in town.

The league began in 1949 and serves players ages 4-12. Thanks to the hard work of countless volunteers and very generous sponsors, WHYBL has evolved from a spring-only baseball league to a four-season league offering something to players of all levels of interest.

Players who want a fun, relaxed experience can play in WHYBL’s spring and local summer and fall leagues.

Players looking for a more committed baseball experience can play in WHYBL’s spring and travel summer and fall leagues.

WHYBL has its own indoor baseball facility and will wrap up its free indoor winter clinics for registered players next week.  Teams will be assigned in mid-March and Opening Day is April 20.  WHYBL encourages all members of the West Hartford community to come catch a game at the newly renovated Wolcott Park, where night games will be played 6 times a week!

To learn more about West Hartford Youth Baseball or to register for the upcoming season, please click here: West Hartford Youth Baseball League (whybaseball.com).

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