"The pro's play for the money, and player's in the minors play for possible fame, but Wisconsin Amateur Baseball player's play for the "love" of the game."
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Wisconsin Amateur Baseball


2019 Strike Out for Baseball Bowling


2018 Southeast Section Champions
Record 16-2


HTL Championship Series
Sunday, August 26, 1:00pm
Cottage Grove (13-7) at Evansville Jays (16-2)
Sunday, September 2, 1:00pm
Evansville Jays (16-2) at Cross Plains (10-9)
Sunday, September 9, 1:00pm
Verona (17-2) at Evansville Jays (16-2)


Playoff Baseball
Sunday, August 12, 1:00pm
Cambridge Blues (10-6) at Evansville Jays (14-2)
Jays won, 1-0

Southeast Section Championship
Sunday, August 19, 1:00pm
Jefferson Blue Devils (15-2) at Evansville Jays (15-2)
Jays won, 6-5


2017 South Night League Champions
Night League Record 9-1


2017 Evansville Home Talent Baseball Team - July 4, 2017


2017 Team: Back Row (L to R): Brock Gilkes, Ben Veenstra, Nolan Strzok, Trevor Aasen, Demetrios Heniadis, Mike Maves. Front Row (L to R): Dayton Zettelmeier, Chase Katzenmeyer, Austin Andrews, Chase Maves, Rob Dimery, Mark Trawicki, Jon Frey. Missing from photo: Ethan Hammill, Eric Miller, Matt Drefahl, Jameson Lavery, Ryan Wiedel, Derek Cashore, Rich Edge, Sawyer Johnson, Will Peterson, Tyler Asen, Jasper Meeker, Adam Scheidegger, Joey McNaught, Steven Kopecky.


About Evansville Home Talent Baseball...

Home Talent Baseball League is Wisconsin's largest adult amateur baseball league and is one of the oldest in the United States. The league started in 1929, and now has grown to 46 teams in south-central Wisconsin. Local area communities such as Stoughton, Monroe, Albion and Clinton all have teams.

Evansville had many Home Talent teams dating back to the 1930s with the last team ending in 1981 (see History page). Now Evansville has a new franchise, which started with the 2005 season (see News page). We are always looking for sponsors and fans who will support our team.

Benefiting The Community
Our baseball club provides an opportunity for our Evansville area residents to playing competitive amateur baseball. Also, the club provides free entertainment in the form of baseball games for the community on Sunday afternoons and Thursday nights during the summer months. The club continues to work towards making improvements to Lake Leota Park for enjoyment of area residents.

Request Financial Support
We are seeking financial support to pay for our yearly league fees, umpires, league baseballs and other operating expenses. Players will purchase their own wood bats, hats, T-shirts and jackets.

Sponsorship/Marketing Opportunities
Advertising blocks will be available on our schedule poster and pocket schedule. All sponsors will be recognized on this website with a linked to their own website and will be invited to our annual Appreciation Picnic.

To Become a Sponsor or Player Please Contact:
Jon Frey
jonfrey at charter dot net
13816 W Northridge Drive
Evansville, WI 53536
Cell: 608-575-4359

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