Thank you to all the Fall Baseball and Softball teams that are playing with us this Fall. We look forward to kicking the season off September 7th.
Indoor Baseball and Softball Leagues begin November 1st - December 13th. All games are played on Saturday afternoon's and evenings. Each game is 1:15 long to provide a quality playing experience in a fast paced environment with accelerated pitch counts being used to limit the wear and tear on pitcher's arms (baseball only). Very popular leagues that fill up quickly. The registration deadline is October 25th or until full.
INDOOR BASEBALL TOURNAMENTS:
9U/10U and 11U/12U Winter-fest Baseball Tournament - December 27th
13U/14U Holiday Wood-bat Classic - December 28th
High School Baseball Fire and Ice - December 29th
All baseball events are 3 games guaranteed, single day events, with games being played throughout the day.
Girl's Fastpitch Softball Tournaments are announced. All of these events are 3 game guarantee's. We are wanting to minimize the super early and super late game start times, so space is even more limited.
9th Annual Holiday Classic - December 20th and 21st
3rd Annual Battle in the Bubble - January 17th and 18th
5th Annual King of Queens High School Softball Tournament - January 19th
8th Annual Duel at the Dome - February 13th, 14th, and 15th
7th Annual President's Day High School Softball Salute - February 16th
Unless noted, each tournament is open to all ages (10U - 18U). For our High School aged divisions (16U and up) all players must be in high school, no college players. Each tournament uses real softballs, umpires are included in the registration fee's, individual trophies for each winning team, runner's-up receive medals, plus great competition in a temperature controlled environment.
Genesee Fieldhouse has long been established with the innovator of providing quality tournaments during the winter months. As we enter 10 years of business, Genesee Fieldhouse would like to thank all of you for your participation and for making our tournaments some of the biggest in the midwest.