Register by February 28 to avoid late fees

In-Person Registrations: 
Monday, February 5 & 26  •  6:00 - 8:00 PM  •  Iroquois Middle School Cafeteria

2018 Registration Fees & Information: 

  • 1st Time Players: Birth or Baptismal Certificates MUST be presented at registration as proof of age. If registering online please email to: Registration@emwbaseball.org
  • Farm League: $50 each (first & second child) 
  • All Other Leagues: $70 each (first & second child) 
  • Family Max. Registration Fees $180 (more than three children in one family, immediate family ONLY
  • Dream League (special needs/noncompetitive) $35 each — Thanks to our dedicated sponsor, Orville's for paying the difference to reduce registration costs.
  • Each Player will receive (1) Bison Flex Ticket with Registration available through your Coach

After February 28th ALL registrations will be assessed a late payment of $25 (applies to ALL leagues). The Final Day to register is March 30thNO exceptions

League Age Structure

Farm — Co-Ed Tee Ball (2013 & 2012)  
Rookie — Boys & Girls Machine Pitch (2011 & 2010)  

Draft Leagues
Minor — Boys & Girls (2009 & 2008)
Major — Boys & Girls (2007 & 2006)
Senior — Boys & Girls (2005 - 2002)

Dream League — Special Needs, Noncompetitive (2013 - 2002)  
For special requests Dream Leaguers born (2001 - 2000) must contact league to determine eligibility, NicoleKapturowski@emwbaseball.org

2018 Season Dates

Leagues play May 7 through July 14, 2018 
Approximate dates, excludes Senior and CEBA Leagues

Senior League: May 7 - August 4, 2018 
CEBA: dates TBD

Softball Pitching Clinic

Hey young ladies looking to learn how to pitch, we have a great opportunity for you. Jeff Durkin and Matthew Mattison have arranged for a 6 Session EMW Pitching Clinic for beginning pitchers. Please see the attached flyer

Welcome to Elma Marilla Wales Baseball & Softball

The Board of Directors, Baseball Division, E.M.W. Sports, Inc. would like to state that the main purpose of this organization is to provide the opportunity for boys and girls to play, learn and enjoy baseball and softball in an atmosphere of good sportsmanship and fair play. It is essential that all of us conduct ourselves in a manner that will encourage this ideal.

Many hours of time are spent by volunteers to help make this program a success. It is our desire to create a community project in which parents may participate with their children in the baseball and softball programs. Coaches, umpires and workers are always needed and your assistance is most welcome.

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EMW Needs Sponsors!

If interested in sponsoring EMW Baseball & Softball please contact:  Joe Golembiewski info@emwbaseball.org

Opportunities available in Prominent Signage and Individual Teams

EMW 12U Tribe in Cooperstown

The EMW Tribe 12u travel baseball team traveled to Cooperstown All Star Village the last week of July. They spent the week with forty nine teams from across the US and Canada. They were the sole representative from New York state during their weeks stay.  Pool play began on Sunday with the Tribe coming out strong and having back to back wins over the OC Mustangs from California and North Edison Blue Devils from New Jersey. Day two proved to be just as exciting getting the win from the GVAA Vikings from New Jersey and the Eisnore Valley Tigers from California.  The Tribe came out battling in their first game on day three against the Lake County Lighting from Illinois but came up short, losing game five. Wrapping up pool play the Tribe played Lemont Lighting Blue from Illinois. The tribe was ready to battle back for a win with Nate McGoldrick hitting a home run on the first pitch of the game and Sam Staerker, batting second,  hit his 4th home run of the series making it 2-0 Tribe after just two batters.  The Tribe continued to prove their dominance winning 28-1, with a total of six home runs by the Tribe, one of those a grand slam by Owen Silliman.

Wednesday brought some excellent news to the Tribe, their hard work and dedication has earned them the 6th seed in a pool of 49 teams. This earned them a bye for the day and they had a chance to relax and visit the Baseball Hall of Fame as a team.

Thursday it was back to work at 8:00 am in the pouring rain as the boys beat the VC Quakes from California 7-6 to advance to the top eight teams.   Right off the win the Tribe played the IHN Warriors from California. The Tribe had a slow start to the game and were down by 10 runs at the top of the 3rd inning. The boys dug deep and battled back to win the game 15-14 after 6 innings.  This win earned them a spot in the semi-finals game.  It was back to work against the Lake County Lighting from Illinois. The boys battled hard with home runs, from Cam Fuer and Matt Mercurio, but came up short in the end. The Tribe ended their run just one game shy of the championship.

Tribe ace pitcher Cam Fuer threw a no hitter against the North Edison Blue Devils. The experienced pitching staff of Cam Fuer, Braden Axelson, Owen Silliman, Sam Staerker, Cael Greene, Matt Mercurio, Nate McGoldrick,  Adam Halsey, Ben Bowen and John Watson had a total of 50 strikeouts.  

The Tribe combined for sixteen home runs during the week, the Sultan of Swat title was earned by Sam Staerker with a total of five. This group of 11 boys, Braden Axelson, Ben Bowen, Michael Capozzi, Cael Greene, Cam Fuer, Adam Halsey, Matthew Mercurio, Nate McGoldrick, Owen Silliman, Sam Staerker, and John Watson all contributed on the field and at bat with countless catches, double plays, RBI’s and a total of 92 runs scored. This is truly an amazing group of boys, 6 of them playing together since 8u adding a few players each year to create this group of 11 Tribesman.  The talent and excitement these boys bring to the field is contagious. Each game they played with their heart and the parents and coaches couldn’t ask for more of an exciting and memorable experience.  The EMW Tribe 12u coaches Bruce Axelson, Matt Greene and Ben Halsey look forward to finishing the season strong at the Buffalo Wings Tournament in August.

*Travel Baseball teams are determined by your age as of May 1, 2018.