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Welcome to Westport (CT) Baseball & Softball Inc.

Welcome to Westport Baseball and Softball, Inc. 

This is the WBS Inc. umbrella site -- Coaches and Parents looking to login to their Teams must click the link above (or below) to transfer to their program!!

Westport has offered a variety of baseball and softball programs for children ages 5 to 19 under the auspices of Westport Baseball & Softball, Inc. (WBS)  for over 50 years.

WBS currently oversees four programs:

Westport Little League Baseball
which organizes baseball for ages 5-12 years old.

Westport Youth Travel Baseball
which organizes travel baseball for ages 8-12 years old.

Westport Advanced Baseball 
which organizes rec and travel baseball for ages 13-19 years old.

Westport Softball
which organizes softball for ages 5-18.

Each program has a separate home page which can be accessed from the TABS along the top of this page or by their individual domain name.  They do all share one member database so each family only needs one account which can be used for enrollment in any of our programs.

For more information on a specific program, please look under Program Information on each website's Main Menu.

Feel free to send us suggestions on the site and our programs on the "Feedback" page.

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2016 Year End Report
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2016 Year End Report

Year-End Report from Westport Baseball and Softball; Election of New Presidents/CEOs; 2016 Highlights and Program Updates; Field Update

December 2016

With the fall seasons of Little League baseball and softball, Advanced baseball, Travel baseball and softball and Challenger baseball complete, Westport Baseball and Softball (WBS) wanted to send around an update as we begin to prepare for the various spring seasons. 


As 2016 draws to a close, WBS held elections with respect to the presidency/chief executive officer role for the organization.  The Board of Directors of WBS elected each of Jeffrey Brill and David Goldshore to serve as President/Chief Executive Officer of WBS.  Jeff and Dave have allocated between them responsibilities for WBS's various programs and operations.  In connection with the announcement, Jeff White, Chairman of the Board, said "I want to take this opportunity to thank Rich Rosier for his service to WBS since first volunteering in 2010 and becoming a member of the Board in 2012.  In serving as a coach, Fall Commissioner, Minors Commissioner, Player Agent and President/Chief Executive Officer, he has helped strengthen our programs and demonstrated the utmost integrity and collegiality."  Mr. White explained that the responsibilities, duties and opportunities for the President/CEO have grown over time, and the Board decided to expand the role, requiring two highly qualified candidates to serve.  "I, along with the rest of the Board, look forward to supporting and collaborating with Jeff and Dave going forward and am confident that their skill sets and experience are highly complementary such that our baseball and softball programs will be enriched."      

"I look forward to partnering with Dave and working with the Board and the community as we strive to enhance, maintain the fairness and accessibility of, and ensure the seamless coordination of, all of the programs offered by WBS to players ages 5 through 19," said Jeff Brill.  This single organization continues to offer Westport residents Little League baseball and softball, Advanced baseball, Travel baseball and softball and Challenger baseball.    

"By pairing a re-energized Little League with our elite and competitive Travel and Advanced baseball programs, we are confident that we will be the one-stop shop for all interested Westport ball players," said Dave Goldshore.  WBS remains committed to growing these and our other programs.

Highlights on the Diamond/Program Updates

WBS wants to highlight below some of the successes and achievements that the boys and girls enjoyed on the field in 2016 as well as certain program updates:


Westport Youth Travel participation remained high, with nearly 100 boys playing in Spring 2016 and 120 registrants at try-outs for Spring 2017 teams.  Among other exciting moments, the Spring 10U teams were undefeated during the regular season, with the 10U National team winning the Baseball Heaven Spring Challenge Tournament and the 10U American team reaching the playoff finals.  The Spring 8U team won the Weston Memorial Day Tournament.

            Advanced Baseball

Westport Advanced Baseball fielded teams at the Travel, Babe Ruth and American Legion levels.  The program’s leadership devoted considerable time this Fall to focusing on a customized player development program catering to different skill levels, which is expected to pave the road for a successful Spring season.  Co-Vice Presidents of Advanced Baseball, Joe Glennon and Mark Lindwall, are passionate about carrying the torch from the younger baseball programs in order to extend players' experiences in town and to build upon the baseball culture  in Westport.

            Travel Softball

In the fall, the girls experienced considerable success in their tournaments.  The

10U White team won a Westport Halloween tournament.  The 12U Blue team went undefeated and outscored opponents 35-4 en route to winning a USSSA tournament in October.  The 14U Blue team won the Wolcott Snowball tournament in November, while the 14U White team had a very strong finish in its last tournament.  The 16U team went undefeated on its way to winning the USSSA OktoberFAST tournament in Hartford.

            Summer Ball--Districts


In the summer, Westport was very proud of the achievements of its softball teams.  For example, the 8U girls team won the Trumbull summer tournament.  The 10U All Stars won Districts, Sectionals and States and subsequently came in third place in Regionals in Pennsylvania.  The 11U All Star team swept Fairfield in a three game series to win the 2016 District 2 Little League Championship.  The team then advanced to the Connecticut Little League State Tournament in East Hartford, went undefeated and came from behind to win the championship game to win the 2016 Connecticut Little League State Championship.


Tournament teams were formed, affording players across age groups options to play baseball over the summer, including on District teams, Tournament teams and a Fairfield County house league team.  Both of the 11U and 12U District teams advanced from pool play.

           Challenger Baseball

In anticipation of Westport Challenger Baseball's forthcoming fifth spring season, WBS proudly reflects on another successful and fun season in 2016 for the Westport Winners team.  Challenger baseball is a league comprised of boys and girls, ages 5 through 18, with mental and/or physical challenges.  Westport Challenger baseball is funded entirely by private contributions, enabling WBS to offer the program at no cost to parents of participants.  The Westport Winners played great baseball against teams from other towns in Fairfield County in Spring and Fall and were able to participate in skills clinics during the Summer, with many games followed by a pizza party.  Each player is paired with a "buddy" from Westport, who is often a past or current Little League player, resulting in camaraderie across our programs and lasting friendships.  If you know of a child who would be interested in joining, or being a buddy to a player in, our Challenger league in the Spring, please contact the Commissioner, Beth Cody, at  .


With the arrival of the cold weather, we turn our attention to the maintenance of our fields.  Most members of the baseball and softball community may not realize that of the 20 fields we use for baseball and softball in town, Westport Little League has the responsibility and expense of maintaining the four fields on North Compo plus the three fields at Coleytown.  We are the only sports organization in Westport that bears the operating costs and pays for any capital repairs for these fields.  Proceeds from registration fees are allocated to fund this maintenance and repair, and WBS is grateful for the support.

As we look forward to spring, WBS is pleased to  update the baseball and softball community on the renovations of certain fields that will be ready for the spring.  We have completed our annual project to cut back and re-sod the edges of the infields at the four Compo fields and at Don Levy Field at Coleytown.  Clay was replaced as well, and at two of the fields, we upgraded to a higher grade clay which has a different, orange color, which we have been advised holds up better in the dry summer months.  Please let us know in the spring how you like the new surface, which will help guide us going forward.

2017 Season

We will soon be contacting you with information regarding registration for Little League in the spring.  We look forward to seeing you out on the fields in the spring.

Happy Holidays and stay warm.


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by posted 12/15/2016
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