In 2013, the Wombats posted a 16-and-10 regular season record and earned a trip to the State Sectional Tournament. This season, the Wombats are counting on the continued growth of many returning starters and seeking to replace several key players who have graduated from the program.  As such, there are several roster openings and great opportunities for new players to join the team and compete for starting positions. To be considered for a roster spot, a player must have solid baseball skills and meet one of the following three eligibility requirements: (1) attend Wachusett Regional High School; (2) reside in the Wachusett region and attend St. Johnís, St. Peter-Marian, Holy Name, Worcester Academy, the Bancroft School, Monty Tech or Bay Path; (3) reside in geographically determined parts of neighboring towns, such as West Boylston, Oakham or Barre. If you meet the aforementioned criteria and are interested in trying out for the 2014 Legion team, please click the "tryouts" icon below for additional information and a link to the on-line tryout application:

If you have any questions or require additional information, please do not hesitate contact Wombats' Manager Chuck Tidman at or 508-926-3438.
Are you ready to step up to American Legion baseball?  Find out this spring.

The American Legion was chartered by Congress in 1919 as a patriotic, war-time veteranís organization, devoted to mutual helpfulness. It is a not-for-profit community-service organization which now numbers nearly 3 million members, men and women, in nearly 15,000 American Legion posts worldwide.
Since 1925, The American Legion has sponsored nationwide baseball programs. During these past eight decades, millions of young players have enjoyed the opportunity to play American Legion baseball and its graduates range from Ted Williams to Jim Rice and most Hall of Famers in-between. Today, American Legion baseball is for accomplished players born on or after January 1, 1995 and its current players represent the finest talent among high school and college aged players across the country. 
"American Legion baseball on a summer American tradition since 1925"

The Wachusett Wombats are one of fourteen teams competing in American Legion Baseballís Massachusetts District 4. The team plays an intense, twenty-six regular season game schedule between mid-June and late-July. Last yearís team posted an all-inclusive record of 11-and-15 and just missed qualifying for the playoffs for only the third time over the past nine years. Recent Legion graduates have gone on to play at many colleges, including, but not limited to, Assumption, Boston College, Bryant, Eastern Connecticut State, Endicott, Franklin Pierce, St. Anselm's, Southern Connecticut State, Tufts, WPI, Westfield State, Worcester State and UMASS.
Home games are played on the Wachusett Regional High School field and admission is free.