Hoosier Townball Association

Hoosier

 West Central Indiana's Adult Baseball League  

Schedules and individual club and player stats are maintained on the HTA LeagueLineup site. 

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2016 Recap

(as recorded in leaguelineup)

Townball Tourney Championship Results


        2017:   ???

        2016:   Plainfield Fireballs def Mooresville Reds

        2015:   Plainfield Fireballs def Pittsboro Sluggers

        2014:   Mooresville Reds def Pittsboro Sluggers


HTA and Extra Innings have teamed up to offer players member rates for cage rentals.   Contact your club manager or email [email protected] for details.  They can also handle your uniform and equipment needs. 

2014 Hendricks County Flyer Article

Hendricks Co., IN – The WC Indiana Conference of Hoosier Townball Assoc. is set to kick off its inaugural season on August 3, 2014. The league, formally associated with United States Adult Baseball, offers a fast-pitch, wood bat format for men 30 and older. Town teams from the area are invited to join the Mooresville Reds, Coatesville Bluz, Monrovia Bulldogs and Pittsboro Sluggers for league play this fall.

With extremely low team registration fees, a Sundays-only schedule and town-vs-town competition, the WCI is a true working man’s hardball league. “Each club is coming to the league fully-formed and ready to play,” explains WCI Treasurer and Pittsboro Manager Matt Nelson. “We’re just facilitating the logistics with very little overhead.” Local companies, like Steel Dynamic, Inc. and JMC Motorsports have contributed to their hometown team to help further offset costs associated with start-up. “Every little bit helps,” commented Nelson. “It’s nice to know the communities support their clubs.”

WCI President and Coatesville Manager Ed Walker believes the league will catch on with men in the target age group. “Once guys understood we’re playing actual baseball, not softball, they all wanted to join. The fact that we’re also playing for hometown pride just adds to the appeal,” Walker explained.Games are scheduled to be played at different diamonds in the area, including Franklin Park in Plainfield, Cascade High School, Monrovia High School and Tri-West High School.

WCI is not organizing an open registration but is fielding contacts from player/managers looking to form

or register a ball club.

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