Baseball

FHS Baseball Field

There are many organizations that run baseball leagues, programs, and clinics in Town.  Below you will find a list of all the programs and the many opportunities for every age group.  Not all programs on the list are run through the Town of Franklin Recreation Department, but we thought it was important to have an all encompassing list for your convenience.  If at all you have questions about a specific program, don't hesitate to email Director of Recreation, Ryan Jette ([email protected]).

Pee Wee Baseball (ages 4-6): Due to COVID-19, we were forced to cancel the spring baseball season.  We will see you all next spring 2021.  If you need to contact anyone about Pee Wee Baseball, please email Ryan Jette ([email protected])

The Town of Franklin runs the Pee Wee Baseball program within the Recreation Department's spring program brochure.  The program registration starts in early Feb. and the actual start of practices will be late April-late June.  Practices and games are held at Fletcher Field, near the tennis courts every Saturday and Tuesday/Thursday evening. 

**Mandatory Coaches Meeting April 30th, 7:00pm @ Recreation Department (275 Beaver Street)**  (POSTPONED UNTIL APRIL 30, 2021)

To register, please visit: https://franklinrecreation.activityreg.com/ClientPage_t2.wcs

Franklin Youth Baseball Organization (ages 7-18):  This program is for players aged 7-18 years old.  For more information, please visit:  http://franklinyouthbaseball.com/site/ 

Franklin High School Baseball (ages 15-18):  This program is for 9th graders-12th graders and is run by the Franklin High School Athletics Department.  Zach Brown is the varsity head coach. For more information, please visit: https://www.franklinpanthersbaseball.com/

Franklin Senior Ruth: Michael Langmeyer: [email protected]  

Franklin Legion:  Joe Macchi, [email protected]

Other Baseball Opportunities:  There are many AAU programs in the area that offer competitive baseball year round.  Some of those programs include:  Franklin Bulldogs, Hock Valley Panthers, Plympton Crush