We host Little League Travel Baseball and Recreational Baseball programs in Webster NY for players from 5 to 18 years old.
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We host Travel and Recreational baseball programs for ages 5 to 18.


Registration for the 2015 WAA baseball season is Open. Click Here!


All town and school baseball fields are CLOSED for the season!


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WAA 2015 Winter Baseball Camp
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2015 Registration is OPEN!
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Update on Miracle Field
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Webster 10U Team Wins District 4 LL Travel Championship
Congratulations to the Webster 10U Team District 4 Little...
District 4 Seniors Champions!
Webster wins District 4 Senior title and advances to the Section...
Majors Champs - Weekend Printer Cardinals
Congratulations to the Weekend Printer Cardinals for winning...
Minors Champs - Great Lakes Athletics Fields Red Sox
Congratulations to the Great Lakes Athletic Fields Red Sox for...
Little League Announces Bat Rules for 2012
See below for news on official Little League rules regarding Bat...
Resource Center for Coaches
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WAA 2015 Winter Baseball Camp
WAA Winter Baseball Camp for 2015
Registration now OPEN, space is limited!

WAA is pleased to announce that registration is open for our Winter Baseball Camp for 2015! Sessions will be held at Premier Sports Center on Phillips Rd.

Registration is limited to 40 per session so that the participants can get the most out of the camp. This is an indoor program of instruction and guidance to help develop/refine baseball skills. It is designed for players of all levels, and provides the opportunity to work on baseball skills before the season begins. The program will cover

  • Hitting and bunting
  • Fielding and throwing
  • Catching
  • Combination drills
  • Offensive situations

The camp is 6 weeks in length, from the week of January 19 to the week of March 2 but we will skip February break (week of Feb 16). Total of 6 hours of training provided! Ages are as of 4/30/2015 for the 2015 Little League baseball season (per Little League rules).


  • 7-8 year olds will meet on Wednesdays from 5 to 6 PM Jan 21 to Mar 4 excluding Feb 18
  • 9-10 year olds will meet on Tuesdays from 5 to 6 PM Jan 20 to Mar 3 excluding Feb 17
  • 11-12 year olds will meet on Mondays from 5 to 6 PM from Jan 19 to Mar 2 excluding Feb 16
The price is $100 for 7-8 year olds, $110 for 9-10 year olds and 11-12 year olds.
Click here to register.
Instructors include:
Matt Knight - Webster Schroeder Varsity Baseball Coach
Jeff Eckler - Webster Schroeder JV Baseball Coach
Mat Sanfilippo - Webster Schroeder Baseball Coach and WAA Camp Coordinator
Other WAA and Webster Wolves coaching staff

Note that Premier Sports Center's dome, while heated, is cold. A sweatshirt is recommended along with proper baseball attire.

by posted 11/08/2014
2015 Registration is OPEN!
Registration for our 2015 Spring season is Open!


For information on our programs, click here.

Use the table below to select your player's league and when ready, click in the right hand column to register online.
Payment can be made online via credit card, or you can mail a check after registering online.

Your player is not registered nor will he or she be assigned to a team until we receive payment in full.

To help offset program expenses, a fundraising fee of $20 applies to each player. In exchange for the $20, each player will receive 2 WAA raffle tickets that are based on the NYS Lottery Evening Daily Number in the month of July, 2015. Each evening in July, 2015 when a NYS number is announced, the person holding the raffle ticket with that number wins $100. You can choose to keep the tickets or sell them at the stated cost of $10 each to recover your fee. The tickets will be distributed by coaches at the start of the season and completed stubs returned to WAA by mid-June. Please contact us with any questions regarding this. Thank you for supporting WAA Baseball!

 Both Boys & Girls are eligible for all of our Baseball Leagues
Softball is also available for girls ages 5-16. Click here for details.

Important note regarding eligibility based on residency
Based on a Little League ruling, WAA can accept registrations from players who live outside of Webster but attend a school within the town of Webster. This includes State Road School, Spry Middle School, Schroeder High School, St. Rita School, and Webster Christian.

WAA has been granted permission to accept players from Wayne county who live North of Route 104.

Age on
Spring League Register Now!
T-Ball League OR
Developmental League
6 year olds MUST have played T-Ball last year to be eligible for Developmental League
Evaluation required for 10 year olds who want to be considered for Major. Register for Minors and select the play up option.
Evaluation date and time: TBD
12 year olds who are in the 7th grade or higher and who want to be considered for Intermediate should contact us before registering.
Intermediate League OR Junior League
14  Junior League  
Register Seniors

Big League Registration (see below)
If interested send email in through Contact Us page!
Contact Ron Kampff - Commissioner

WAA Baseball offers great sponsorship options for your employer or your company!
Click here for details!

by posted 11/01/2014
Update on Miracle Field

Update on Miracle Field
WAA Baseball has been approved by the Town of Webster to Build Miracle Field at the Town Hall Complex.  The architect has been hired and is working, but we are still in the early stages and need financial support.

Dear Friends of Baseball and People Who Care,

Currently there is a project underway to build a special field for special people in Webster, NY.  These are children, young adults, and adults of all ages who are just a little different than the most of us.  Some have been born with disease, deformities, birth defects, and even some have fought for their life. It is now time to reflect on what you can do to make a difference.  
We have dedicated the last 15 years to building a baseball program for the "Differently Abled" kids in Webster and the surrounding area.  Finding a suitable place to play has always been an obstacle.  Often times finding a "Field" without disrupting Little League or Travel BB schedules has been an inconvenience for all of us.  The time has come, and the time is now, that "The Dream" is about to become a reality.  
We are asking for everyone to help support this idea and DONATE anything you possibly can. It's more than just Baseball, it's about life. We are dedicating "The Miracle Field", to all of the players in Webster Challenger Baseball, with the hope that they will one day have their "Field of Dreams". Most of you might not know this, but last year we had a player who lost his battle at the young age of 7. He loved Baseball and got his chance by playing Webster Challenger Baseball for 2 years. Now we will fight the battle to keep his memory alive and bring this field to Webster.
Donating is easy, just go to:  http://www.webstermiraclefield.org/  and click on the Donate button.  Also, please be sure to watch the video and witness "Real Baseball"
Thank You,
"If You Build It They Will Come" Committee
Questions call 585-737-7499

by posted 10/09/2014
Webster 10U Team Wins District 4 LL Travel Championship

Congratulations to the Webster 10U Team
District 4 Little League Travel Champs

by posted 08/15/2014
District 4 Seniors Champions!

Webster wins District 4 Senior title and advances to the Section round in Batavia!

Coaches Hector Vargas and Scott Coene faced Penfield in a best-of-5 series for the district title. 2 of the games came down to the last at-bat, and Webster took the series 3 games to 1! The 13 players advance to the Section 1 championship round in Batavia. Good luck Webster!


by posted 07/15/2014
Majors Champs - Weekend Printer Cardinals

Congratulations to the Weekend Printer Cardinals for winning the Major League Championship!


by posted 07/07/2014
Minors Champs - Great Lakes Athletics Fields Red Sox

Congratulations to the Great Lakes Athletic Fields Red Sox for winning the Minor League Championship!

by posted 07/07/2014
Little League Announces Bat Rules for 2012

See below for news on official Little League rules regarding Bat specification rules for 2012

Dear Little League District Administrators and Local Little League Presidents,

We have posted an announcement regarding upcoming changes to the bat rules and specifications for the 2012 season. To see that announcement, click here.

As you take to the field this season, Little League International has assembled an online resource page dedicated to baseball bat information, which is available through the Little League website.

Click here to find the latest bat information, including the 2012 Little League Baseball rules and regulations governing bats, definition of terms, the moratorium on the use of composite bats, and a series of frequently asked questions, with answers.

If there is a bat-related issue that requires an explanation the answer is just a click away. You are encouraged to use this resource and refer to it often to review the latest information.



Little League International
Phone: 570-326-1921

by posted 12/04/2011
Resource Center for Coaches


I'd like to share with you an excellent resource for information on being a Little League baseball coach. This is a valuable tool for those of you with experience and even more so for those of you who are new to coaching baseball.

It's FREE and only requires you to register for an account.


The intent of this Resource Center is to provide the coach with the tools they need to be effective leaders of children, to run efficient and productive practices, and to teach children the baseball or softball skills they need to be able to excel.

This service is being provided at absolutely no charge whatsoever by Little League International. Any and all Little League Baseball coaches are eligible to access any of the information in this Resource Center at any time they wish. It is just one of the many reasons Little League remains the largest, best, and most respected youth sports program in the world.

Whether you are a novice or a seasoned veteran, you will be able to learn something from this Resource Center. We hope you enjoy it.

WAA Baseball 

by posted 05/18/2011
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