About the WSL

Wisconsin State League

The Wisconsin State League, also known as the Wisconsin State Baseball League (WSL), was established in 1970 and is considered by many as one of the top semi-pro baseball leagues in the midwest, if not the entire country.

The WSL features many of the region’s top college, former college, future, and former professional baseball players.

All WSL franchises are non-profit organizations, organized by volunteers in their area communities. The teams compete in a 30 game regular season schedule starting in late May and finishing in late July or early August. Most of the league’s teams compete in a second league outside of the WSL as well. WSL teams will play anywhere from 35 – 65 games during the summer.

Entering the 2024 season, the WSL has seven active franchises as well as three franchises taking a leave-of-absence from league play. Active franchises include: Addison (Illinois) Braves, Green Bay Blue Ribbons, Kenosha Kings, Lombard (Illinois) Orioles, Milwaukee Heavy Hitters (affiliate member in 2024), Sheboygan A’s, and the West Allis Nationals. The Burlington Barons, Oshkosh Giants and West Bend 7 Up are currently taking a leave-of-absence from league play but are still league members.