skip navigation

    Home Talent Baseball League

    Wisconsin's largest adult amateur baseball league. The league started in 1929 and has now grown to 41 teams in south-central Wisconsin. Find a team near you and watch some great local baseball.

    HTL 2020 Season Info

    HTL Teams -

    After considering all that is going on with the COVID-19 pandemic the Home Talent League Executive Board is suspending the Night League season for 2020.  The reason being is that with a shortened season it would be difficult to have a legitimate schedule and some teams have already indicated they are dropping out of NL for this year.  Also, with social distancing, etc play-offs would be difficult to manage.

    Teams wanting to play extra games are encouraged to  contact each other to make arrangements.  

    We have every intention in bringing Night League back next season.



    HTL Teams,

    After going through the ups and downs of the COVID-19 pandemic and how is affecting our lives, the Home Talent League Executive Board has decided the earliest we could have a season in 2020 would be July. For that reason and for teams to plan, we are setting opening day for July 4, the day to celebrate America with America's pastime.  Teams have the option of playing Friday, July 3 as well. Of course this starting date hinges on how our state and local governments are allowing contact, use of facilities, social distancing, etc. at that time.  We will continue working toward a July 4 start date and will keep teams informed of the process, the scheduling, umpire availability and any requirements we will have to operate under going forward.

    The Home Talent League Executive Board


    Pictured below is Tim Garant from the Fort Atkinson Generals and Bryan Setz with the Home Talent Brewing Company.  Tim is accepting a check from Bryan on behalf of 88 Smokehouse in Fort Atkinson for $76 that was donated to the Generals because 88 Smokehouse finished a keg of "Home Talent Original"!

    This is the second donation that a HTL ballclub has received for a finished keg, as the Waunabowl in Waunakee also previously donated to the Waunakee Home Talent Team.

    This is hopefully the beginning of many more to come, as production of the Home Talent Brewing Company beers gets up to speed.  If Home Talent ballclubs would like to know more, or know of an establishment that may be interested in the Home Talent Brewing Company, please contact Craig Setz or Bryan Setz.

    Tim Garant of the Fort Atkinson Generals receives a check from Bryan Setz of the Home Talent Brewing Company.



    Sunday League Standings