Milwaukee has a rich history as a baseball town. From the early Milwaukee Brewers in the American Association to the Milwaukee Braves in the National League and once again the Milwaukee Brewers on the Major League stage, Milwaukee has proven for decades that it is a big league city. Little leagues thrive, semi-pro ball has been played and amateur leagues play whenever the sun is out.
Milwaukee's love of baseball is in the pantheon of Packer, Summerfest and State Fair passions for the city. Tailgating at Miller Park, sitting at a Milwaukee County Park watching kids or adults and playing catch are April to October activities throughout the area.
This website will post Milwaukee baseball news, maintain a Milwaukee Brewers blog, feature a fantasy baseball blog, host the archives of the Milwaukee Baseball League, provide links to local Little Leagues, feature high school and college baseball news, and generally be a portal to all things baseball in Greater Milwaukee. Please use this site as your jumping off point to anything you want, need or fancy pertaining to baseball in Greater Milwaukee.
Jacques Barzun from God's Country and Mine
In 2013, with the development of four new Major League replica baseball diamonds at The Rock in Franklin, the two largest baseball leagues in Milwaukee County will merge to form Rock League Baseball. The Men's Senior Baseball League with nearly three decades of history and The Milwaukee Baseball League with lineage back to the 1930s will bring over 50 teams to Rock League Baseball at five different adult age divisions.