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Divisions and Pricing:

Mustang (10u) - $130

Bronco (12u) - $140

Pony (14u) - $175

Colt (16u) - $230

Palomino (19u) - $230

Thank you to all who made this season possible through your generosity when we learned our equipment had been stolen. Without your support this season would not have been possible!

 Frye Family

Ed Kast

Sherry Horning

Allan Robbins

Matthew Covey

Gary Wall

Howard Shifman

Don Coffey's Garage

Russ party Store

Joe's Tree Service

Waterford Twp.

Waterford Firefighters Union

And to the following Baseball Leagues that have offered to lend equipment to get our season started:

Bloomfield Baseball League

Commerce Little League

Garden City Youth Athletics Association

Livonia Baseball League

South Lyon Junior League

Troy Baseball Boosters

We are truly humbled by your support for our league as well as our players, THANK YOU!!



Waterford Coaches Association

Although the Waterford Coaches Association started as a grass-roots organization in 1975, it was in 1978 that the Association became "Official" & registered with the State of Michigan as a non-profit, charitable corporation.  

Lest we don't forget, we owe a debt of gratitude to Fred Drendall, 1st President of WCA & the other Founding Fathers, Thaddeus Palmer, Kris Bush, Carl Solden (Former Waterford Township Supervisor), Ernie Shegina, Shufer Burns & Gene Downie. The 1st Board of Directors were Jerry Ingram, Ed Gignac, Bob Harris, Larry Bush, Ole Wright, Neil Walton, Harold O'Berry & Ralph Wilson.   

Thaddeus (Ted) Palmer was one of the founders of the WCA in 1975. He served as a member of the executive board & became President of the organization in 1979. He held this office until his death, November 16, 1981.  Ted's personal dedication & total commitment directed toward the development of a solid summer baseball program for the youth of Waterford are traits to be emulated by all who desire to offer our youngsters an opportunity to play baseball.

Former WCA players include: Detroit Tiger Kirk Gibson, Baltimore Oriole Paul Fry and Detroit Red Wing Captain Dylan Larkin.

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