Schedule Out For WSL’s 40th Anniversary Season
February 25, 2009
The Wisconsin State Baseball League has announced its 2009 schedule. 2009 will mark the 40th season for the league.
The Wisconsin State Baseball League has announced the schedule for its 40th anniversary season.
The league was founded in 1970 with Green Bay, Horicon, Madison, Menasha, Racine and Sheboygan played a 10-game home and home schedule. The Green Bay Blue Ribbons emerged as the league’s first champion.
This year’s teams — Addison, Eau Claire, Janesville, Kenosha, Lombard, Manitowoc Oshkosh and Sheboygan — will play a 28 game schedule and then add an additional four games in a challenge series against the Chicago Suburban League.
Action begins on May 24 this year when Addison plays a doubleheader at Janesville.
Lombard with a glistening 26-2 record last year is the defending champion.
The Wisconsin State League is one of the premier semi-professional/amateur baseball leagues in the mid-west. In operation since 1970, the Wisconsin State League is a highly competitive league that features many of the midwest's top current and former collegiate athletes, as well as many former professional baseball players. Keep up to date on everything happening in the Wisconsin State League by following the league online on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
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