Fondy Youth Baseball and its 500 player families are extremely excited to begin our 71st season of youth baseball . We are extremely excited to begin play on our brand new National Exchange Bank Field and the remodeled Dave Andrew Field located at the FDL Youth Baseball Complex next to Woodworth Middle School.
We would like to say thank you and honor our major sponsors that helped make these improvements possible. These two new fields are going to greatly improve the baseball experience for all families.
National Exchange Bank & Trust will be recognized as the pivotal sponsor that helped make this project a reality. We will also be honoring our other major sponsors that include Eric Everson Family, Bristol Morgan Bank, Adashun Jones, Grande Cheese, Holiday Automotive, JF Ahern, Summit Automotive, Cardinal Concrete, and the Joe Holvick Family.
We hope all members of our baseball community will attend and show their appreciation to these generous sponsors for their support with our project, but more importantly, all the projects they support throughout the Fond du Lac community. These projects would not happen without their support.
On behalf of Fondy Youth Baseball we cannot thank them enough!
High school and Youth Baseball Needs Umpires!!
See below flyer and registration form for a training clinic that at the end will have you WIAA certified to do games from high school to 3rd grade.
Adults start at $30 per game for youth and you get 2 games per night or you could even due high school or travel baseball games for $60+ per game
Register now to become an umpire!
"Youth sports is dominated by adult emotions. Shouldn't be that way. Was never meant to be that way. It's about the kids and only the kids. Adults, stop hijacking the game from them, leave your personal desires at home and give the game back to them"
Code of Conduct Reminders; These are set by Fondy Youth Baseball and the Fond du Lac School District and pertain to coaches, players, and all fans.
1) Did you have fun?
2) Did you try your best?
3) Did you support your teammates?
4) Were you a positive leader?
5) What did you learn
And wrap it up by saying...
"I love watching you play"