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In-House Baseball & Softball Leagues

Baseball

League Vice President 

Bob Harazin
P: 630-665-1469
E: rjharazin@comcast.net

League Details

League Vice President 

Bob Harazin
P: 630-665-1469
E: rjharazin@comcast.net

League Details

  • April 8-June 28
  • Players learn the basic rules of baseball without pitching, with emphasis on fun, teamwork, and sportsmanship. Games and/or practices are held 2-3 days a week.
  • K T-Ball Supplementary Rules (PDF)

League Vice President 

Bob Harazin
P: 630-665-1469
E: rjharazin@comcast.net

League Details

  • April 8-June 28
  • The focus is on teaching the basic rules of baseball and providing a better transition to the Pinto League where players hit pitches thrown by same-age players.
  • Coach-Pitch Supplementary Rules (PDF)

League Vice President

Rich Brodhead
P: 630-890-2671
E: rich.brodhead@comcast.net

League Details:

  • April 8-June 28
  • Players hit pitches from other players and coaches. Emphasis is on batting (no walks allowed), fun, teamwork, and sportsmanship. Tryouts for 8U In-house Travel/Tournament team is included with participation in this league.
  • Instructional Supplementary Rules (PDF)

League Vice President

Sam Rea
P: 630-605-0900
E: thesamrea@comcast.net

League Details

League Vice President

Paul David
P: 630-205-2521
E: Paulie7707@gmail.com

League Details

  • April 8-June 23
  • League is covered by Bronco League rules. Games and practices are held at Atten Park and Northside Park.
  • Major Supplemental Rules (PDF)

League Vice President

Steve Chmelik
P: 630-728-8037
E: schmelik@lfirealestate.com

League Details

  • April 8-June 23
  • This is a competitive league, so it is recommended that players have participated in organized baseball prior to entering. Additional games are played in Winfield and Warrenville.
  • Pony Supplementary Rules (PDF)

League Vice President

Fred Schlick
P: 630-408-3081
E: fjschlick@ameritech.net

League Details

  • May 30-July 28
  • Open to current high school freshmen and sophomores (cannot turn 17 before May 1). Colt teams are members of the North Suburban Youth Baseball Association and travel to different surrounding communities for away games. Most games are played Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays so as not to conflict with high school summer league play. Registrants are notified of evaluations in April, and evaluations are held in the beginning of May.
  • Please see coach for supplemental rules.

League Vice President

Fred Schlick
P: 630-408-3081
E: fjschlick@ameritech.net

League Details

  • May 30-July 28
  • Open to current high school juniors and seniors (cannot turn 19 before May 1). Palomino teams are members of the North Suburban Youth Baseball Association and travel to different surrounding communities for away games. Most games are played on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays so as not to conflict with high school summer league play. Registrants are notified of evaluations in April, and evaluations are held in the beginning of May.
  • Please see coach for supplemental rules.

Softball

League Vice President

Myles Hoffman
P: 630-738-7761
E: mbhappr@comcast.net

League Details

League Vice President

Brigid Coleman
P: 773-822-3092
E: brigidanncoleman@gmail.com

League Details

  • April 8-June 28
  • Offers a transitional step from “coach” -pitch to “player” -pitch. During the season’s first half, coaches pitch all innings of the game. During the season’s second half, a player pitches (with partial coach-pitch, if necessary).
  • “A” League Supplementary Rules (PDF)

League Vice President

Eric Wulf
P: 312-618-3606
E: epwulf@gmail.com

League Details

  • April 8-June 23
  • This 11” fast pitch league introduces players to pitching the entire game. Focus is on continued skill development and the introduction to strategies of bunting and stealing bases. League includes teams from neighboring communities; games are played in Wheaton and neighboring communities.
  • “AA” League Supplementary Rules (PDF)

League Vice President

Don Muff
P: 847-340-7130
E: don.j.muff@doumak.com

League Details

  • April 8-June 23
  • This 12” fast pitch league continues teaching skills, appreciating and respecting softball through teamwork, healthy competition, and good sportsmanship. Focus is on enhanced skill development and official game strategies for all positions. League includes teams from neighboring communities; games are played in Wheaton and neighboring communities.
  • “AAA” League Supplementary Rules (PDF)

League Vice President

Jerry Duttlinger
P: 630-651-2626
E: jkrmd26@yahoo.com

Description

  • April 8-June 23
  • This 12” fast pitch league continues teaching how to play, appreciating and respecting softball through teamwork, healthy competition, and good sportsmanship. Players identify skill strengths and begin to master them while enhancing skill development and game strategies unique to fast pitch softball. League includes teams from neighboring communities; games are played in Wheaton and neighboring communities.
  • Major Supplementary Rules (PDF)

League Vice President

Bob Keeley
P: 630-818-5065
E: bob.keeley@ymail.com

League Details

  • May 30-July 25
  • This 12” fast pitch league, for high school age players of all skill levels (including Recreational, High School Team, and Travel Team), fosters continued appreciation and respect for organized softball through teamwork, healthy competition, and good sportsmanship. This league is all about FUN; friends and siblings with varying skill levels play together and against each other. Games are played in Wheaton and neighboring communities.
  • High School Supplementary Rules (PDF)

League Vice President

Paul Tarman
P: 630-805-3191
E: ptarman55@gmail.com

League Details

  • May 25-July 25
  • This 12” fast pitch recreational league is for women (ages 19 & over) of all skill levels who love the game and want to play in an enjoyable environment of teamwork, healthy competition, and good sportsmanship. Register early for team selection and scheduling. There is a post-season tournament and championship game, which concludes the season.
  • 19 & Over Supplementary Rules (PDF)
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Athletic Department
Wheaton Park District
1777 S Blanchard St, Wheaton, IL 60189
Phone: 630-668-3371

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