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Grand Chute Baseball

History

Grand Chute Baseball, formerly named GFC for the surrounding cities of Grand Chute, Freedom and the Town of Center was established in 1971.  Founded by local parents as a small offshoot league for families north of Appleton, Grand Chute Baseball now accepts players from all communities without restrictions.  

Grand Chute Baseball started with 4 team's ages 9-12 and quickly grew to a six-team format. In the late 80's, the league saw a tremendous growth and grew quickly to 49 teams ranging in age from 5-18.

Today, Grand Chute Baseball serves over 250 coed youths ranging from 5-12 years old.  Co-ed levels of play include T-Ball (ages 5-6), Rookie – Machine Pitch (ages 7-8), Kid-pitch/Minors (ages 9-10), and Majors (ages 11-12). At each age group (7U through 12U) players have the opportunity to try out for GC weekend tournament/travel teams. Grand Chute Baseball continues to strive for a competitive level of baseball, yet maintains to teach baseball fundamentals, sportsmanship and about teamwork in a friendly environment.