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Welcome to Westport (CT) Baseball & Softball Inc.
 

Welcome to the Westport Baseball & Softball (WBS) corporate website, operator of the third largest Little League community in the world!


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.

Sponsored By
posted 01/08/2011
 

Westport Baseball and Softball would like thank all of our 2011 sponsors for their great support!!!

Advanced Radiology Consultants
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Allstate
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Athletic Shoe Factory
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Atlantic Homes Loans of Westport
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Atlantic Residential Mortgage
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Baseball World Training School
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Compass Group Management
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Curran Volkswagen
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Devilbiss Healthcare
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Digital Marketing Works
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Dineley Painting LLC
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Double Down
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Eastern Computer Exchange
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EditorsSecret.com
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FJB
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Five Guys Burgers and Fries
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Forte-Figo Brands
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Fortuna's Deli
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Friends of the Bats
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Friends of the Bobcats
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Friend of the Cavaliers
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Friends of the Chickadees
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Friends of the Clippers
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Friend of the Diamondbacks
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Friends of the Jaguars
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Friends of the Yankees
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Gault
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Group Gordon
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Harmony Dental Group
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Hatch and Bailey Lumberyards
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Houlihan Lokey
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I.S.T.
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Ink and Roses
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Janet Tatusko: William Pitt Sothebys Realty
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Jet Motorsports
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Joy Ride
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Katz Law Offices
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Kowalsky Bros.
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Kumon Westport
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Lametta & Sons Const., Inc.
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Land Rover Milford
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Lenox Advisors
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Longshore Golf
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Melani Lust Photography
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Melissa & Doug
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Minute Men Cleaners
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MLB.com
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Mr. Handyman
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Mt. Hope Mines, Inc.
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Neatnik Organizing
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Newmark Knight Frank
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NSG Group
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Oscar's
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Partyfavorsstudio.com
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Patio.com
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Peak Performance Sports Camp
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Peppercom Strategic Communications
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Pillinger Miller Tarallo LLP
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Planet Pizza
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Poland Spring
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Porsche of Fairfield
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Radius Partners LLC
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RBA Group
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Richard's Interior Design
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Rizzuto's

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Roly Poly

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School of Rock in Fairfield
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Spirojazz
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Staples Baseball Diamond Club
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Stop and Shop
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Talk Spot
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The Westport Firefighters
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USGT Championship Road Racing Series
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Videler Photography
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Viva Zapata
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Westport Fire Department
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westportmeat.com

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Westport PAL
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Westport Patch
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Westport Pizzeria

To contribute to Westport Baseball & Softball, or to sponsor any team, please contact Courtney Wall at .


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