Welcome to Hubbard Park

Welcome to Hubbard Park, home of the Walpole Youth Baseball Foundation.

Hubbard Park offers three quality fields and complete facilities to guarantee your team and spectators an enjoyable and memorable baseball experience.

The centerpiece of Hubbard Park is a completely refurbished Ball-Roentsch Field – a regulation diamond built in 1975 and used for American Legion and Senior Babe Ruth play ever since. It’s been the home field for generations of Walpole ballplayers. As Hubbard Park's premier diamond, the field now features new, spacious dugouts, screened stadium seating for 170, separate bullpens; screened batting cages and scoreboard. An announcer’s booth/press box rises behind home plate. Like all the Hubbard Park diamonds, Ball-Roentsch boasts lights to accommodate games during summer and autumn evenings.

Ted Brooks Field is completely new and tailored for Cal Ripken/Little League play. On a smaller scale, it offers the same features as Ball-Roentsch: grass infield, dugouts, screened stadium seating for 105, separate bullpens, batting cage, scoreboard, announcer’s booth/press box, and lights for night games.

George Gage Field is also new. Its dirt infield is intended for softball, but the field’s dimensions will also accommodate Little League games. Features duplicate Ted Brooks Field: dugouts, screened stadium seating for 105, separate bullpens, batting cage, scoreboard, announcer’s booth/press box and lights.

All three fields afford clear sight lines along both foul lines and beyond the outfield for additional seating.

In addition to the playing fields, Hubbard Park provides a centrally-located pavilion housing concessions and rest rooms. Paved parking areas can hold 200 vehicles; a designated handicapped parking area is adjacent to Ball-Roentsch. All fields are handicapped-accessible, with wheelchair viewing areas in the screened, stadium seating.

Though built for Walpole youth baseball and softball, Hubbard Park welcomes all – from Little League to adult. In the words of Dale Hubbard, President of the Walpole Youth Baseball Foundation, “We hope the new fields will encourage new interest in baseball among area youth. We will welcome all kinds of teams and leagues to use it, including Little League, Babe Ruth, Senior Babe Ruth, Walpole girls softball and even school teams. We want to get as many boys and girls as we can into the game.”

So, welcome.  If you love the game of baseball, you’ll love Hubbard Park.

Our History

The Walpole Youth Baseball Foundation hopes to continue the work of two individuals whose dedication to the game of baseball and the youth of Walpole and surrounding towns spanned nearly fifty years.  READ MORE >