Thank You Fratantion Family!
On behalf of Westchester Baseball, the WBI board would like to extend a special thank you to the Fratantion Family for your generous donation to Westchester Baseball, Inc. Terri Fratantion was a lifelong Westchester resident who spent countless hours at the baseball fields with her two sons. Terri passed away a year ago from a very rare cancer (Angiosarcoma). The Fratantion Family has graciously donated some of the money they have raised to Westchester Baseball. Their love of the game and our organization is greatly appreciated and the donation will be used to provide many hours of baseball fun, sportsmanship and competition to our Westchester children.
Thank you again for your generous donation.
If you are interested in supporting the continued research on Angiosarcoma, you can learn more at . Donations to further the cause for a cure can be made to Angiosarcoma Awareness at
We have been lucky to have people interested in our baseball program for 60 years! This year for our fall ball program we will be working with your children to build their baseball skills and competencies with our free weekly Friday night Skills and Drills sessions!
We would like to invite everyone to come out and join our Skills and Drills sessions on Friday evenings starting on September 7th and going for 6 weeks, from 6:00pm – 7:30pm at Mayfair park. These skills will be great for all ages 8-13 years old and you can join our sessions anytime.*
This program is open to EVERYONE!!! You did not have to participate in the WBI 2018 season, in order to participate in this fall program! So, tell your friends and neighbors to come out and play some ball!!!
*We will require a minimum of 9 participants for each session, so please sign up on the link below to let us know when you can make it! (Note: If we do not have a minimum of 9, we will advise on Friday morning if we need to cancel for that evening.)
Please go to the sign up page, to select all your sessions:
For those of you that had previously registered, we thank you for your interest but unfortunately, we did not have enough participants to develop age appropriate teams. Your money will be refunded!
Westchester Baseball alum Josh Stowers was drafted in the 2nd round 6/5/18 by the Seattle Mariners .
Josh played from Tee Wee through age 11 in our program.
He played tee wee and skipped explorer going straight to Pioneer where he played two years followed by two years in Minor and then played 1 yr in Majors . Josh played part time travel as well as fall ball with WBI in the Burr Ridge league.
Josh is now the highest draft pick out of our program surpassing a round 10 in 1984.
Message from the Park District
Dogs are prohibited in the park system with the exception of assistant dogs. Violations carry fines up to
$1, 000. The Westchester police department is responsible for the enforcement of park ordinances.