- Newville Cardinals rejoining the WSTBL for 2019 season
- Official 2019 start date is May 18, last day for games July 25
- Playoffs scheduled to begin on July 27
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West Shore Twilight Baseball League
West Shore Twilight Baseball League Folds
The West Shore Twilight Baseball League has folded for the 2020 season. No games will be scheduled!
2019 Buck Sawyer Sportsmanship Award
Congratulations to Kole Aumiller from Enola and Jon Mayer from Mechanicsburg on being voted as co-winners of the 2019 Buck Sawyer Sportsmanship Award.
Mechanicsburg Cardinals 2019 WSTBL Playoff Champions
Congratulations to the 2019 WSTBL Playoff Champions....Mechanicsburg Cardinals
Minutes from the March 9, 2019 meeting are posted. Please go to the Pages drop down list at the top and click on "WSTBL Minutes" to review.
All team schedules and current rosters are posted. Only players who have signed a contract and turned it into league officers are listed on the roster.
The official season start date is May 18.
WSTBL Hall of Fame established
On September 27, 2015 the WSTBL established a Hall of Fame to include past or present players, coaches, league officials, etc. Current members of the National Semi-Pro Hall of Fame who were or are still participants in the WSTBL were immediately inducted as Hall of Famers in the new WSTBL Hall of Fame. Going forward, the WSTBL Hall of Fame committee will present nominee names and justification for league consideration / vote at each annual September meeting to place new members into this institution. Please click on "WSTBL Hall of Fame" and/or "National Semi-Pro Baseball" on the left hand drop down list to view respective members.
2019 WSTBL Team Transactions
Click on the "WSTBL Transactions" button on the left hand menu to keep up to date on all player releases and/or signings by respective team(s)
All Time leader
Mechanicsburg Cardinal leader Bill Rickenbach, with a 26 win 2018 season, has raised his career total National Semi-Pro Baseball Hall of Fame leading win record to 2,760 and counting. "Pops" became the all time leader in wins in semi-pro baseball in 2014 when he surpassed Howie Minas of the Midlothian, Illinois White Sox.