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IN-HOUSE BASEBALL OVERVIEW

WYSI sponsors 6 in-house recreational baseball leagues. The in-house leagues range from instructional coach pitch to competitive player pitch. All in-house programs focus on teaching the players the fundamentals of the game by introducing rules as the player progresses up through the leagues. This process allows the player to focus on the necessary skills at each level rather than an excess of rules.

The in-house leagues are open participation (i.e.; no tryouts) which means all players will be placed on a team that register before the cutoff and prior to the league capacity no matter skill level or experience. Please note, WYSI does conduct evaluations in an attempt to keep teams evenly matched.

Games and practices occur across a variety of locations in Westfield but no travel is required. Our facilities include Shamrock Springs 4Plex, Grand Park, and other Elementary Fields. Our competitive leagues (A - Seniors) will practice or play a game 2-4 nights a week which includes one Saturday game.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Interactive Season Calendar

LEAGUE DESCRIPTIONS

Instructional
T-Ball and coach-pitch league for boys and girls ages 5 and 6 (as of May 1 of current season). Games are played on Saturday mornings and there is one practice during the week. During games, emphasis is placed on introducing players to the fundamentals of the game in a fun, non-competitive setting. There are no outs, every player hits each inning, and there is no scorekeeping. Batters run one base at a time and fielders are encouraged to only make plays to First Base.

Expected Skill Development: Basic Throwing, Basic Catching, Basic Hitting, Base Direction, Dugout Behavior, Field Safety

Instructional League Rules

Commissioner: Farooq Khan


A (Single A)
Overhand, coach-pitch league for boys and girls ages 6 and 7 (as of May 1 of current season). Teams play one game during the week and one game on Saturdays. There are two practices during the week. Single A utilizes the Instructional approach with further focus on hitting, throwing and base running. Outs are counted and 3 swinging strikes will result in an out. Players age 7 as of May 1 of the current season are eligible to play in either Single A or Double A. Single A games keep score but regular season games do not count towards overall record. Single A introduces Playoffs resulting in a League Champion.

Expected Skill Development: Throwing, Catching, Hitting/Strikeouts, Force Outs, Tagging Up, 

Single A Rules

Commissioner: Brad Canada


AA (Double A)
Overhand, coach-pitch league for boys ages 7 and 8 (as of May 1 of current season). Teams play one game during the week and one game on Saturdays. There are two practices during the week. The rules and game environment is similar to Single A, with an emphasis on preparing the boys for kid pitch at the AAA level. Players age 7 as of May 1 of the current season are eligible to play in either Single A or Double A.

Expected Skill Development: Throwing, Catching, Hitting/Strikeouts, Force Outs, Tagging Up, Extra Base Hits

Double A Rules

Commissioner: Steve Kovecsi


AAA (Triple A)
Kid pitch league for boys ages 9 and 10 (as of May 1 of current season). Teams play one game during the week and one game on Saturdays. There are two practices during the week. Game rules are more competitive with rule similar to middle school baseball, although no lead-offs or stealing home are allowed, etc. 

Expected Skill Development: Throwing, Catching, Strike Zones/ Walks, Pitching, Stealing, Stopping Lead Runner

Triple A Rules

Commissioner: Chad Pittman


Majors
Kid pitch league for boys ages 11 and 12 (as of May 1 of current season). Teams play one game during the week and one game on Saturdays. There are two practices during the week. Game rules continue to transition to middle school baseball from Triple A.

Expected Skill Development: Throwing, Catching, Strike Zones/ Walks, Pitching, Stealing Home, Stopping Lead Runner

Majors Rules

Commissioner: Jamie Acklin


Seniors
Kid pitch league for boys ages 13, 14 and 15 (as of May 1 of current season). Teams either play twice during the week or have a game and a practice during the week. The Seniors league enables boys that don't play on the Westfield Middle School teams the opportunity to continue playing baseball and develop their skills. Game rules are the same as middles school baseball.

Seniors Rules

Commissioner: Adam Essex

General Info

Registration Information
LeagueAges*FeesPlayers
Instructional5-6$110180
A6-7$160144
AA7-8$160144
AAA9-10$190144
Majors11-12$190110
Seniors13-15$18088


* Ages based on player's age on May 1 of the current season

Registration Deadline

Early Bird Deadline (save $20) - February 13 (11:59 pm)
Final Deadline - February 27 (11:59 pm)


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Overall In-Housevacant Email Jason

 

LEAGUECOMMISSIONEREMAIL
  Instructional Email Jason
  A Email Nathan
  AA Email Brad
  AAA Email Jamie
  Majors Email Justan
  Seniors John

  All Stars

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