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Goffstown Junior Baseball

Goffstown Junior Baseball

About GJB

We are located at the Villa Augustina Fields on Rte 114 in Goffstown NH and have been chartered for over 50 years with Little League Baseball. Goffstown Junior Baseball (a.k.a. GJB or Goffstown Little League ) exists for the enjoyment of the youngsters in Goffstown, New Boston, Dunbarton & Weare.

Our primary goal is for kids to have fun learning to play baseball, while also teaching the fundamentals of life, fair play and good sportsmanship. In conjunction with Little League binding regulations, GJB has established a constitution and bylaws (see link under About GJB)  to organize the participation of over 350 boys and girls from the towns of Dunbarton, Goffstown, New Boston and Weare. The rules are designed to ensure equitable and uniform treatment; exceptions are strongly discouraged. While GJB encourages constructive input, it is important to recognize that Little League is mindful of team relationships, and is not interested in personal agendas or conflicts that parents may have with League members.

Everyone is a volunteer and you are welcome to participate.

Contact Us


Goffstown Junior Baseball
PO Box 43 
Goffstown, NH 03045

League ID#: 2290107

Email: [email protected]
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The objective of GJB is to implant firmly in the children of the community the ideals of good sportsmanship, honesty, loyalty, courage and respect for authority, so that they may be well adjusted, stronger, happier children, and will grow to be good, decent, healthy, and trustworthy citizens.  In accordance with Section 501-©-(3) of the Federal Internal Revenue Code, GJB shall operate exclusively as a non-profit educational organization, specifically to provide a supervised program under the Rules and regulations of Little league Baseball, Incorporated.  All Directors, Officers and Members shall bear in mind that the attainment of exceptional athletic skill or the winning of games is secondary, and molding of future citizens is of prime importance.  No part of the net earnings shall inure to the benefit of any private individual.  All monies collected through registration, fund raising and concession sales, in accordance with Little League of America, shall be put into the league budget that runs the league and used to maintain the needs of the league.

Offered Programs

The Major League is a competitive league for 10, 11 and 12 year old players to increase their knowledge and sharpen their skills of the game of baseball to compete at a higher level. There is a mandatory playing rule for all kids to help ensure playing time for all to develop and grow their baseball skills. This division includes regular season league play (Typically between 12-15 games) between the local teams, and culminates with an end of the season, double elimination tournament. The players from this division will be part of the pool of kids that will make up the All-Star teams (12U, 11U, and 10U teams), which will compete against other teams in the District tournament. Success in the District tournament would lead to the State Tournament, then the Regional tournament, and then the ultimate goal of reaching the Little League World Series.
 Minors The Minor League is intended to continue teaching and strengthening the fundamentals of the game at a more competitive level for both boys and girls ages 8, 9, and 10. In this league it is the first time player's pitch to other players and the score is kept. Minors has more emphasis on teaching and developing baseball skills like fielding, throwing, catching, hitting, pitching, stealing bases and sliding at a higher level while teaching them the rules of baseball. As with all leagues this is intended for the children to have fun while learning the rules and fundamentals of baseball. 
The farm league is an instructional league intended to reinforce and strengthen the fundamentals of baseball learned in tee-ball while increasing the level of competition for children ages 6, 7, and 8. Skills such as throwing, catching, hitting, and base-running will be reinforced while new skills such as fielding will be introduced. During the game, coaches and assistant coaches will pitch to players. If the player is unsuccessful at hitting the pitch after a number of attempts, an adjustable tee will be brought in for the player to hit from. As the season progresses, outs will begin to count and it is expected that players will be able to hit pitched balls at a more regular rate. Emphasis is always placed on making sure everyone; players, coaches, and parents; are enjoying themselves and having fun during the season!
T-Ball is an instructional league intended to introduce both boys and girls ages 4, 5, and 6 to the game of baseball. It gives children the ability to develop baseball skills like throwing, catching, hitting, and running bases as well as learning basic fielding skills and most important of all having fun while learning the basics of baseball. During the game of T-Ball, the ball is placed on an adjustable tee atop the home plate at a suitable height for the batter to swing at. Most teams work to develop skills in order for the children to hit a ball pitched by their coach. This gives the batter an opportunity to try and hit a few pitched balls before going to the tee in the hope that this will further encourage batting skills. Most of the other rules are similar or identical to those of baseball. We encourage parents to assist during the game by coaching players in the dugout, in the field, on the bases, and at the plate.

Challenger is an adaptive league intended to introduce both boys and girls with physical and developmental challenges, ages 4-18, or up to age 22 if still enrolled in a school program, to the game of baseball. The program is design with flexibility and adaptability in mind, it gives children the ability to develop and have fun while learning basic fielding skills and most importantly, having fun. Little League provides all chartered teams with a rulebook that includes a best practices guide to operating a Challenger Division Game. Typically games are 1-2 innings long and last about an hour. All players play defensively and bat every inning either on an adjustable TEE or by coach pitch.

We encourage parents to assist during the game by coaching players in the dugout, in the field, on the bases, and at the plate. GJB would also like to prompt Buddies, Buddies are individuals who assist Challenger athletes in the areas of batting, base running and defense, but only as needed. Often buddies are peer athletes who are participating in any of the GJB programs.

If you have questions or special requests, please us [email protected]

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Goffstown Junior Baseball
League ID# 2290107, PO Box 43
Goffstown, New Hampshire 03045

Email: [email protected]

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