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Welcome to the WBSA Website

  Welcome To The WBSA, Inc. 


The Wilton Baseball & Softball Association, Inc., or WBSA, is a volunteer organization designed to support the Wilton High School baseball & softball programs. Additionally, the WBSA provides playing opportunities in the Spring, Summer and Fall for Wilton youths in Baseball for those boys who have grown out of Little League (age 13 as of 4/30 of the current year and up) and for girls as young as 9 years old who want to play travel softball in the summer and fall when Wilton Little League Softball programs are not available. Working year round, the WBSA strives to provide a quality baseball and softball environment in Wilton for our youth.

If you are currently a WBSA member, please go into the personal profiles of all of your family members set up on this web site and ensure that under CONTACT you have not checked the "NO EMAILS" option.  If this is selected, you WILL NOT RECEIVE ANY EMAILS OR ANNOUNCEMENTS FROM WBSA about teams, schedules, open registration, deadlines, etc.


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Covid-19 Baseball and Softball Return to Play
Wilton Baseball and Softball Association has obtained approval to...
If you are registering for a WBSA program for the first time, you...
Covid-19 Baseball and Softball Return to Play

Wilton Baseball and Softball Association has obtained approval to return to play baseball and softball from the committee including the Wilton's Health Director.

WBSA Safety Protocol Reminders

Masks are to be worn by players and coaches when not maintaing a 6 foot distance:

  1. When behind the fences during practice (unless drinking water)
  2. While not on the field defensively or waiting to bat, unless they are on deck or in the hole.
  3. While taking a knee. If a coach needs to remove his mask to be heard, he must be at least 6 feet from the nearest player.

A player who would like to keep his mask on may always do so.

Hand sanitizer should be used:

  1. Before the start of practice
  2. During all breaks
  3. Between innings

During practice and games:

  1. Players should stand 6 feet apart whenever possible.
  2. Store gear 6 feet apart as marked along field fences.  


  1. NO FOOD at practice. This means NO GUM and no SUNFLOWER SEEDS as well.
  2. NO SPITTING. If you must spit, spit into a tissue and discard it appropriately.
  3. Bring your own water bottle. Coaches will not provide water.
  4. Batting cages may only be used with a portable L-screen which will be erected at the beginning of practice and taken down at the end of practice.  No other types of L-screens may be used on the fields.

For the complete Return to Play prorgam rules, see https://www.wiltonct.org/parks-recreation-department/pages/coronavirus-youth-sports-camp-and-parkfield-program-rules

by posted 07/17/2020
If you are registering for a WBSA program for the first time, you need to enter your 'member' information into the site.  To do this, go to REGISTER ONLINE on the left menu and select the desired program from the list (you may need to scroll down). 

Then, enter your email address.  The system will automatically send a temporary password to that address, with which you can log on again and change your password to something that you can easily remember.

When creating your family memberships on the site, please remember to enter PARENT information first, before that of your children.
by posted 01/06/2012
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