For many years, players under the age of 12 and their parents have had a very good idea about the different baseball programs available to them in West Hartford. Both West Hartford Little League (WHLL) and West Hartford Youth Baseball League (WHYBL) do a very good job of getting information out to the community.
Players and parents understand what their choices were, but once those players turn 13, their options are not as clear.
That's where the West Hartford Amateur Baseball Association (WHABA) can help!
WHABA is your best source for baseball information!
WHABA was established in the fall of 2007 to act as an umbrella organization whose goal is to provide a consistent level of instruction and play across the "big diamond" (60/90) youth baseball programs in West Hartford including the Alumni League, WHABA Spring Travel U13 and U14, the Babe Ruth League, Vantis Life Summer League, Fall Baseball, and the West Hartford American Legion programs.
WHABA is made up of a group of representatives from these various programs where the volunteer coaches are committed to working together to improve baseball in West Hartford. By pooling their resources together to improve and provide better field conditions, offer more player and coaching clinics, hold seminars about how to become a college player, and even provide info on where to get a good deal on a glove or bat etc...
The organization will generally meet once per month and will also conduct web meetings via email. If you are someone that has a passion for baseball, our town and it's youth, we need your help!
"Individually we can't do everything, but together we all can do something."
Anyone interested in being a part of this organization is welcomed, please send an email to