American DivisionNational Division
Portland, ME (ME) Mountain Home, AR (SWR) Pittsfield, MA (WMA) Sarasota, FL (SER)
Bismarck, ND (MWP) West Linn, OR (PNW) Tri-Valley, CA (PSW) Atlantic Shore, NJ (MAR)
Westfield, MA (HOST) Janesville, WI (OVR) Tri-County, ME (NER) Arlington, MA (EMA)

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Westfield Babe Ruth is proud to be the host for the 2016 Fourteen Year Old Babe Ruth World Series!

Westfield is a city located in the Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts. Westfield was first settled in 1660. The Pioneer Valley is within three of Massachusetts’ counties that collectively feature much of New England’s most fertile farmland.

Travelers are drawn to the Pioneer Valley by its unspoiled nature, numerous parks and recreational facilities, including New England’s largest and most popular amusement park, Six Flags New England in Agawam and the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame on Springfield’s riverfront. The Pioneer Valley is a popular, year-round tourist destination.

Westfield is located a short 1.5 hour drive from Boston, 2.5 hours from New York City and only 2 hours and 40 minutes from the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY. We hope you will take some time to enjoy the rich history in the Pioneer Valley and throughout New England while you are in Westfield. 

Westfield is also known as “The” Baseball Town in Western Massachusetts. The Westfield area high schools have produced many Western Massachusetts baseball championship teams throughout the last 20 years. 

The World Series games will be played at Billy Bullens Field. The stands surrounding the beautiful baseball field were constructed in the 1940’s as a WPA (Works Progress Administration) project. Numerous additions have been made over the years to make Bullens Field the premier baseball facility in Western Massachusetts. 

Westfield has a long tradition of business innovation that began in the 19th century with the manufacturing of bricks, whips, and cigars that became important economically. At one point in the 1800s, Westfield was a prominent center of the buggy whip industry, and continues to be known as the “Whip City.“