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TBA, after authorities deem it safe


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Bronco 11/12U

Astros- Champion 

Royals - Runner-up

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Rockies - Champion

Pirates - Runner-up

Mustang 9u 

Astros - Champion

White Sox - Runner-up

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Dear Wilshire Warriors Baseball Families:

We hope you are all keeping healthy and safe. While baseball is not likely to be atop many priority lists right now, we do have news to share about the 2020 season.

Unfortunately, based on the most recent update we have received, it has now become clear that Wilshire Warriors will not be able to hold a spring/summer baseball season this year. Since we had everything in place to play before the shutdown occurred (fields renovated and permitted, uniforms purchased, teams selected, etc.), we had been holding out hope for as long as possible. However, we have now learned from our friends at the Cityâ??s Recreation and Parks Department that they will not be able to make available the fields at Pan Pacific Park this summer, as the park is still fulfilling its role as an emergency shelter in the Cityâ??s response to Covid-19. This is disappointing for baseball, of course, but we certainly understand the necessity of it.

Playersâ?? registration fees from the 2020 season will be automatically rolled over as credits for the 2021 season. (You don't have to do anything.) The leagueâ??s expenditures for the 2020 season â?? which occurred prior to the Covid-19 shutdown and range from City permits to insurance to uniforms to field repair and upgrades â?? are not being refunded. That said, this league has always provided financial aid to those in need, so if the crisis has put your family in financial distress, please do not hesitate to contact us. Alternatively, if you would like to convert your 2020 registration fee into a donation â?? the league is a 501c(3) non-profit â?? weâ??d appreciate hearing that as well, as it would be used to defray some of the leagueâ??s 2020 sunk costs and support scholarships. In either case, please email, and weâ??ll work with you. Otherwise, your player fees will automatically be rolled over as credits for the 2021 season, and you do not need to do anything.

When we have information regarding the 2021 spring season, we will email everyone.

As we all know, Wilshire Warriors Baseball is community, and each season is like a barn raising. There are so many steps to ensuring our neighborhood kids get the chance to play every year. And each one only happens because a volunteer donated his or her time to make it happen â?? from coaching a team, to raking the infield, to keeping the equipment sheds stocked, to managing Picture Day, to organizing the evaluation and draft processes that balance teams and foster community by introducing kids and parents to people they otherwise wouldâ??ve never met.

Thank you for being an integral part of that community, and for making this neighborhood baseball opportunity possible for our kids each year. We will undoubtedly be asking for even more help next year as we implement the new protocols that this pandemic will surely require before teams hit the fields again. But in the meantime, we want you to know how much this community appreciates you.

Finally, thank you for being so supportive of our neighborhood baseball family during these challenging and uncertain times. We cannot wait until weâ??re all back at the park together once again.

All the best,

Board of Directors

Wilshire Warriors Baseball


TBA, after authorities deem it safe

This Fall, with the support of Councilmember David Ruy and the City's Recreation and Parks Department, our league commissioned a construction project to expand and renovate the infield at Pan Pacific's Field 1 (the big one down below) - now kids in the 11u, 12u, 13u and 14u Divisions can play there. And in the next several months, we'll renovate the infields at Field 2 (nearest Gardner) and Field 3 (nearest Beverly), so they'll be ready for the Spring season. We're asking for your help now to support the Wilshire Warriors Capital Campaign.

Councilmember Ryu is our first Capital Campaign donor -- with a matching grant of up to $5,000. Please help us double that money (and more) so that we can put it to work to improve youth baseball facilities serving our community. 

This campaign will only last for a month -- so if you can help, please don't wait to donate. CLICK HERE TO DONATE!  

And as a special "thank you," donations of $125 or more will receive a commemorative Wilshire Warriors beanie.

Thank you so much for supporting youth baseball in our neighborhood. 

Wilshire Warriors is a 501c(3) non-profit (federal ID #45-2675598)

Check out the Wilshire Warriors on Kids Sports Network!  Click to see the video coverage of the 6U All Star Baseball Game.  Way to go Warriors.  What a fun way to end the 6U season!

Congratulations to our 12U players who had a successful week of baseball in Cooperstown NY!  Read about it in the Larchmont Chronicle on page 25..

Wilshire Warriors Baseball is a community-based, non-profit baseball organization that aims to create a positive environment for youth in the heart of Los Angeles.  We offer Recreational and Club baseball programs to boys and girls in order to teach the values of teamwork, sportsmanship, focus, and hard work.  By instilling integrity and respect, we elevate your child's baseball skills with strong coaching and a competitive spirit, while building community and promoting fairness. We seek to inspire lifelong friendships through baseball, prepare our Warriors for high school athletics, and nurture a love of the game that our players will share with future generations.  

Wilshire Warriors Pony Baseball is a non-profit 501c3 (federal ID #45-2675598). Your generous donations ensure families with limited financial resources are able to play baseball. If you would like to donate, please click on the "donate" tab above and thank you for your support.

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