Brookline Youth Baseball
As Brookline's official youth baseball league, Brookline Youth Baseball offers spring teams for kids from first grade through age 16. BYB is an independent non-profit organization, and is not affiliated with the town's Recreation Department (which does not offer a baseball program). Visit the Brookline Youth Baseball website for more information.
High School Baseball
The Brookline High School Warriors play Division 1 baseball in the Bay State Conference. For game schedules, team rosters, and other information, visit the BHS baseball website.
Private schools in Brookline that field varsity teams include Beaver Country Day School, Dexter School, and Maimonides School.
Baseball fans can watch premier college games at Parsons Field on Kent Street, home of the Northeastern University Huskies. Visit the College page for a list of teams that play in or near Brookline.
The Bandits Baseball program, which is part of Brookline Youth Baseball, offers competitive spring travel ball for players in grades 7–8. This program features tryouts and training in the fall, weekly indoor practices throughout the winter, and high-level competition during the season. For more information, visit the Bandits website.