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What equipment does my child need to play baseball?
We have a saying at Danbury Youth Baseball: All you need is a glove and a good attitude. The truth is, you’ll need a few other things as well. All players must have a baseball glove, a baseball bat (see the Babe Ruth Bat Regulations page for details about approved bats), a baseball batting helmet, grey baseball pants, a protective cup, and molded rubber cleats (gym shoes/sneakers are acceptable for Single A (ages 5 & 6)). Danbury Youth Baseball will provide all players with a jersey (typically a dry fit shirt), a hat and a pair of baseball socks. Children should also bring water to all games and practices.
When does the season start?
Our spring season runs from early April through early June and our fall season runs from early September though late October. The exact start date for the spring season depends largely on the weather and field conditions following the winter.
How much does registration cost for the spring and/or fall season?
A Division (ages 4-6): $50
AA Division (ages 7&8): $100
AAA Division (ages 9&10): $150
Majors Division (ages 11&12): $175
To view more answers to frequently asked questions, please visit our FAQ page.
To give back to our City, improve spectator safety and further enhance the quality of the fan experience the Danbury Westerners have initiated the “Rally for Rogers Park” Crowdfunding campaign. The campaign is needed to finance phase-two of a field improvement initiative that will culminate in the installation of a 10-inning LED scoreboard in left center field. Additionally, phase-two of the improvement plan will replace the 6-foot left field fencing with 16-foot-high fencing, relocate the home bullpen to the left field out of bounds area, and remake the existing home bullpen into a suitable batting cage for community baseball players of all ages.
With your help these much needed and overdue improvements will increase safety for both players and spectators. Your hometown Westerners are proud to call Rogers Park home for 22 evenings every summer season, but the field is mostly occupied for games and practices by Danbury’s Babe Ruth Baseball program, American Legion Post 60 Baseball program, The Housatonic League Baseball League as well as many others. All who play and practice at Rogers Park will benefit from your generosity for generations to come. Let’s go and “Rally for Rogers Park!”