Insports has two little league baseball/softball lined, sand-colored, brand new MOMENTUM 41 artificial turf fields. To prohibit interference between the two fields, our divider curtain separates the two fields. Dimensions of each field are 175′ RF, 235′ CF, 165′ LF with 46′ ceilings. BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL CLEATS ARE ENCOURAGED! Above the fields are brand new LED lights. Contact Insports for rental options for your baseball group, softball group, or school.
Mission City Fall Training Program
Back by popular demand, Mission City Athletics is happy to announce our 3rd Annual Fall Clinic. What we offer is a very structured, yet fun and positive learning environment for your sons and daughters. Come and see what the Mission is all about!
This year in addition to baseball players, we invite all softball players ages 6-14 to join us and our unparalleled baseball and softball coaches and trainers as we work with your sons and daughters to assist them to achieve their baseball goals and to get a head start in preparing for the 2024 Season!
Dates: 11/6/23 – 12/8/23
Time: 6 – 8pm
Cost: $550 for current Mission City Players
$650 for new players
Mission City Baseball AAU Season & Tournament Info
The Mission City Baseball teams will play in the very competitive East Shore Travel League (“ESTL”). ESTL has now been in operation over a decade, and in that time it has grown to be one of the largest AAU Baseball Leagues on the East Coach, with 250-300 teams competing in 8U-19U divisions throughout the Spring, Summer and Fall. Since this is an AAU Baseball National League, teams that participate in the league qualify to participate in the AAU Grand Nationals at ESPN Wide World of Sports (ages 9-13) and the AAU Nationals in Sarasota, Florida (14U, Underclassmen and Upperclassmen). They are also invited to participate in the AAU Baseball Wood Bat Championship at ESPN. ESTL features teams from Connecticut and Massachusetts. One of the best features of ESTL is that it has divisions within most age groups to allow for varying levels of competitiveness.
The Spring Season runs from early April until June, and involves non high school aged teams. Those teams can play competitive baseball and those players and their teams that still want to play Little League, Ripken League or Middle School Baseball and All Star District, Regional and State Tournaments can do so. The Summer Season goes from June until the beginning of August, and features wood bat competition for the older teams. 13U teams will play a longer season going from early April to the end of July.
CLICK THE BUTTONS BELOW to register for Mission City Spring/Summer 2024 Evaluations!
Executive Operations and Player Development, Coach
1st Team All American and Highest decorated player in Sacred Heart University baseball history; Coach Rich was player of the year in 1990 and earned a spot in the Cape Cod league for the Brewster Whitecaps. In high School Coach Rich was decorated with all state honors, All FCIAC, 1 State Championship at THS (1986), and selected to the All Daily News Baseball Team in 1987.
Executive Director of Baseball Operations, Coach
Joe has done it all in his 40+ years in baseball as a player, coach/instructor, scout/ talent evaluator, and umpire. Following a highly decorated career as a middle infielder, Joe immediately began teaching and coaching young players the game he loves, in Alabama, Texas and Connecticut.