Wilton Youth Baseball: Where Everyone Can Play

Recreational & Travel baseball for ages 5 through 18. No residency restrictions apply

Rec Baseball

Open to players ages 5-12.
Spring season runs April thu June

Play Ball, Have Fun

Featuring four age appropriate divisions, each aiming to teach the basics of the game while keeping baseball FUN. 

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Travel Baseball

The Wilton Rebels offer
travel baseball from 8U thru 12U

Wilton Rebels

Travel baseball is open to players age 7 and up. Games generally played on Sunday’s April thru June. Learn how you can 

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Babe Ruth Baseball

Open to players 13 thru 18.
Continue playing beyond the age of 12

Saratoga/Wilton BR

For those players ages 13-18 years old looking for the experience of playing beyond the age of 12.

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WYB Spring 2015 Registration

Open to all players ages 5-12. Registration closes April 12, 2015

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News & Notes

2201, 2015

Spring 2015 Registration Now Open

Registration for Wilton Youth Baseball's 2015 Spring Season is now open. Players ages 5-12 can register to play. New this season...no residency restrictions!

411, 2014

November Board Meeting Canceled

Please note that the Nov 6th Board of Directors meeting has been canceled. The Board will next meet on Tuesday, January 6 2015 at 7pm in the Meeting Room at Gavin Park. 

1310, 2014

WYB Announces 2015 Board of Directors & Committees

WYB welcomes 4 new members to the 2015 Board and 11 returning members...

2015 League Calendar

  • Feb 01  Spring Registration Opens
  • Mar 28  Assessments (Maple Ave)
  • Apr 12  Spring Registration Closes
  • Apr 21  Uniform Handout Night
  • Apr 27 Rec League Begins
  • Jun 20 Closing Ceremonies
  • Sep 05 Fall Ball Begins

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Looking for Travel Players

Spots available on our 8U & 9U Travel Teams
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Our objective is to implant firmly in the children of the community the ideals of good sportsmanship, honesty, loyalty, courage, and respect for authority, so that they may be well adjusted, stronger and happier children and will grow to be good, decent, healthy and trustworthy citizens.

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2014 WYB House League Standings

Majors Division

  Team Wins Losses Ties PCT Runs Scored Runs Allowed
1 Pepsi 9 3 0 0.750 106 75
2 Olive Garden 7 6 0 0.538 81 97
3 Blasch Precision Ceramics 7 7 0 0.500 106 103
4 Blue Moon Construction 5 8 0 0.385 91 94
5 Byrne Orthodontics (Majors) 4 8 0 0.333 82 97

Note - Majors Division standings exclude games vs SGF

Minors Division

  Team Wins Losses Ties PCT Runs Scored Runs Allowed
1 McGregor Links 8 5 0 0.615 95 49
2 Saratoga National Bank 8 5 2 0.600 97 83
3 Community Care Physicians 7 6 0 0.538 89 105
4 Lants Auto 6 7 1 0.464 72 75
5 Byrne Orthodontics (Minors) 4 9 1 0.321 66 105

Final Week Highlights from the 2014 WYB House League

06/14/2014 - Blasch Precision Ceramics  15 to 5 over South Glens Falls

J O’Leary hit two bombs in leading Blasch to the win against SGF. B Beckwith received a game ball for his two hits and fine pitching. J Wiggen, S Cirenza, J Hobbs, J Williams and E Griffis all had two hits for Blasch. Others with hits were N Palone and T Parrish.

06/12/2014 - Saratoga National Bank  2 to 0 over Lants Auto

D. Cohen pitched 6 shut out innings to lead SNB to the win

06/11/2014 - McGregor Links  12 to 2 over Community Care Physicians

D. Kelly had a hit, run, and rbi for McGregor. L Salls, J. Tastensen, N. Carraisco, and A. Rose all pitched well for Mcgregor. A. Rose had a triple also.

06/10/2014 - Pepsi  6 to 4 over Olive Garden

A well pitched outing by both sides with only 2 walks allowed the entire game. OG started out early with a 1st pitch single an run scored by A. Murauskas. Pepsi came back in their half putting up 4 runs aided by a lead off double by B. Bremer and a 2 run single by N. Larrabee. The bats slowed a bit and Pepsi was able to hold off a late game surge by OG to keep the lead. Helped out by a fine defensive play in LF by W. Irwin.

06/09/2014 - Blasch Precision Ceramics  9 to 6 over Blue Moon Construction

J Foley pitched 3 innings of shutout ball and added 3 hits and 3 runs scored. J Oleary clubbed a grand slam for Blasch as well .
Blue moon mounted a furious comeback in the 6th inning scoring 4 runs but came up just short, H regels had 3 hits , C Jones added a single and q Jones held Blasch at bay with great pitching and defense,

06/09/2014 - McGregor Links  10 to 2 over Lants Auto

R. Niski pitched a complete game 1 hitter with 15 k’s for McGregor.

C. Koury chipped in with a hit and run scored for Lants

06/07/2014 - Olive Garden  10 to 7 over Blasch Precision Ceramics

A great comeback for Olive Garden after falling behind 6-0 in the first. A. Murauskas led the Garden offense with 2 hits and 3 runs scored. D. Moshier had 2 RBIs, and Mercado,Gebo and Lebed added big hits. C. Quakenbush made an outstanding diving catch in left to help seal the win late. Great relief pitching from Mercado, Gebo and Moshier.
Blasch got good hitting from Parrish, Hobbs & Cirenza (2).

06/07/2014 - Pepsi  10 to 5 over Byrne Orthodontics (Majors)

Rallying from a 5-2 deficit, Pepsi defeated Byrne 10-5. Pepsi was spurred on by a bases loaded hit by J. Czech. As well as a 3 hit day from J. Trimmings.
Using a combination of 5 pitchers, Pepsi limited the strong bats of Byrne to 5 hits.

06/07/2014 - Lants Auto  4 to 2 over Byrne Orthodontics (Minors)

Call it S. Hudson day for Lants. Hudson cruised through 4 innings, giving up no runs on one hit. At the plate he doubled twice, scored twice and turned an unassisted double play to end a rally in the fifth.

Byrne got effective pitching from E. Gardner and E. Barthelmas. The pair gave up only 3 hits. N. Rodriguez and Z. Carpenter each had hard hit singles.

06/07/2014 - Community Care Physicians  8 to 6 over Saratoga National Bank

D. O’shea pitchd 6 innings, A. Savage and J Erwin had base hits to lead Community care over SNB 8-6 on //saturday . B. Cohen, A. Santa-Barbara, and L. Mengendahl each had hits for SNB.

2015 WYB House League – Home Run Scoreboard

Majors Division

Player Team Home Run Total

 

Minors Division

Player Team Home Run Total

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