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Hudson Booster Baseball


Baseball Programs - Overview

The Hudson Boosters provide baseball opportunities for ages 5 (entering K in the fall) through age 14, for all skill levels. Opportunities include:

In-house Program

  • For ages 4-14
  • Focus is on skill development & learning the game.
  • No try outs, all players will be placed on teams.
  • Tournament team opportunities offered for Junior and Senior Leagues.
  • Senior and Major Leagues will compete against teams throughout Western WI
  • Click here to go to the In House Baseball Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).

Traveling Program 

  • 9U through 14U (click here for age chart).
  • Try outs for teams, more focus on positional specialties, especially at the older levels.
  • Requires a high degree of commitment by both players and parents.
  • Weekend tournaments should be expected.
  • Click here to go to the Traveling Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).

Philosophy and Guidelines

The Baseball Committee Philosophy and Guidelines document covers the processes and procedures used by the Hudson Booster to administer their baseball programs.

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Trusted Coaches

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The Hudson Boosters Baseball Committee has made the commitment to provide a safe, positive and productive experience for today’s youth in the community. The Trusted Coaches program is a comprehensive risk management platform that offers essential training, education and screening necessary for a youth coach.   We offer several different courses in a combination of packages that may include a nationwide criminal background check‚ first-aid trainingconcussion instruction, child safety training and InsideOut Coaching- How youth sports can transform lives.  The Trusted Coaches program is delivered exclusively online (promoting 100% compliance) and provides the opportunity for a coach to complete the program at their own pace in the comfort of their own home.

Equipment Information

Please see the Baseball-Softball Equipment Regulations document below.  If you have any questions, please ask the salesperson if the equipment you will be purchasing is legal for the upcoming season.  For bats, look for the stamp on the bat that confirms this.


Contacts for Baseball Programs

Jon Reger

Baseball Comissioner

Trevor Webb

In-house Baseball Director

Clyde Hatch

Traveling Baseball Director