A proud tradition of baseball excellence since 1992
First founded in 1991 with play beginning in 1992, Indiana Bulls Baseball was founded by a dedicated group of baseball enthusiasts who believed Indiana players were being overlooked for collegiate and professional playing opportunities.
Today, the Bulls provide the state’s very best 8U through 17U players with intensive skill development through high-level coaching, opportunities to face top competition via regional and national tournaments, and broad exposure to college coaches and professional scouts.
The Bulls have a long and storied tradition of alumni going on to find success at the collegiate and professional levels. Dozens of Bulls players are recruited to college baseball teams each year, and more than 170 have gone on to be selected in the MLB Draft. Former Bulls have been first-round MLB Draft picks on 12 occasions, including every year from 2007 through 2011.
The home of Indiana Bulls Baseball is Westfield’s Grand Park. Grand Park features 26 total baseball fields, with nine under lights to allow for night games. Eight fields are 100% sport turf while the remaining 18 have sport turf infields and natural grass outfields. Bullpen Tournaments runs the baseball operations at Grand Park.