WBSA Whitman Baseball & Softball Association youth organization
Whitman Baseball & Softball Association (WBSA) is the town of Whitman official youth baseball and softball organization.
Youth, ages 4 - 15, can participate in both baseball and softball play during the spring, summer and fall months. Governed by Little League International, WBSA is run by volunteers who are invested in the wellbeing of youth who want to learn and participate in the games of baseball and softball.
WBSA has served the youth of Whitman for well over 25 seasons.
WBSA is excited to announce that registration for the 2019 spring season is officially open.
Please register your player today by clicking on the registration link on wbsall.com. Registraton will remain open through mid-March for baseball and early April for softball.
There is a new FAQ section on the website that speaks to the fundamentals of each division, what equipment is needed and gives an idea of the season game schedule. This FAQ information will be particularly helpful for younger, first time familes and their players. If you have further questions after viewing your divison's FAQ, please contact your league director.
WBSA is looking forward to a fun spring with your player and family! Do not delay, register today to be a part of the WBSA Spring 2019 season!
Whitman Hanson Girls Softball will be hosting its Winter Clinic on Wednesday, February 13, 2019 at the Indian Head School Gym, 720 Indian Head Street in Hanson. Listed below is the clinic schedule time by grade;
6:30 - 7:30 p.m. - Grades 3 and 4
7:00 - 8:00 p.m. - Grades 5 and 6
8:00 - 9:00 p.m. - Grades 7 thru 9
Participants should wear sneakers and bring their gloves, face masks and water. The clinic will consist of instruction on throwing, fielding, hitting and running.
If you have questions in regard to this event, please contact Tim Young at
Good afternoon WBSA Spring and Summer 2018 Coaches!
WBSA is still looking for equipment bags, issued to spring and summer 2018 coaches, to be returned to the league. Even if you are interested in coaching again in 2019, the league strongly urges you to return the bag issued to you for the spring 2018 season. The equipment bags need to be inventoried, refurbished and replenished for the upcoming season.
It is very important to the league that 100% of issued equipment is returned back to WBSA. Even if items have to be replaced or refurbished, returning equipment bags allows the league to keep yearly player fees consistent.
If you were unable to attend the latest equipment drop off day, please reach out to WBSA Equipment Manager Dan McCallum to make arrangements to give the equipment to him. He can be reached at
or called or texted at 617-653-4046.
WBSA thanks you in advance for your cooperation and understanding.
WBSA is looking for umpires for the 2019 Spring season. If you child is league age 13 (9/1/05 - 8/31/06) and older, they are eligible to umpire Farm baseball and softball games as well as Minor League baseball games. The participants are trained by a licensed Little League umpire and are paid a fee per game. Training is mandatory in order to participate.
If you are a returning umpire or would like to give this opportunity a try, please contact WBSA Umpire In Chief, John Bergeron, at
, by 2/25/19.