Baseball

Photo: Running the Bases.Richmond/Wayne County is home to many adult and youth baseball, softball, and t-ball leagues.

To locate a league, contact your child's school or the Richmond Parks and Recreation Department for more information.

Each summer, the community turns out to support the Richmond River Rats for a fun time at the ballpark, Richmond's own McBride Stadium at 201 NW 13th Street. The River Rats are part of the Prospect League.

Major League

Chicago Cubs

Chicago White Soxs

Cleveland Indians

Cincinnati Reds

Detroit Tigers

Major League Baseball

Minor League

Columbus Clippers

Dayton Dragons

Fort Wayne TinCaps

Indianapolis Indians

Louisville Bats

Toledo MudHens

Minor League Baseball

High School

IHSAA Boys Baseball IHSAA Girls Softball

Ballparks & Museums

Ballparks.com

Ballparks of Baseball - plan a trip to your favorite team's stadium.

Indiana Baseball Hall of Fame

National Baseball Hall of Fame Museum - in Cooperstown, NY

Reference Links

IN Baseball Network

Baseball Reference - the ultimate online baseball encyclopedia, providing statistics from 1871 to the present for major league players, teams, and leagues.

Basic Rules of Baseball and Softball

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Did You Know?

Richmond was long known as "The Rose City" due to being home to Hills' Roses. Founder, E. G. Hill, was a gifted rose hybridizer, and introduced countless roses to the world. Hills' was once known as the largest grower of roses under glass. Hill Floral Products stopped growing roses in 1995.