About our Club

Penrith Baseball Club is one of the oldest baseball clubs in Greater Western Sydney, established in 1968, and as a result of their merger with the Penrith Panther Junior Baseball Club – the junior orientated club established by members of PBC in 1988 – the Club is now also one of the largest in the region and caters for all ranges of abilities from ages 5 and into the senior competition. Penrith Baseball Club has the distinction of being the sole Major League Club for the region.

The Club relocated to its current grounds at the Andrews Road Baseball Complex in Cranebrook (below) in 1988 and the facilities include two Senior-sized diamonds with mounds, playing / training lights and full dolomite running track on the main diamond, third Junior-sized diamond, sealed parking lot, canteen with an extensive seasonal menu, male and female toilets and two change rooms.

General Meetings of the Club are held on the second Tuesday of each month, and further information can be obtained through the Executive Committee.

Pages have been dedicated on this website to both those people upon the current committee, as well as those Life Members, instrumental in getting the Club to its current position – and we would also like to thank the current sponsors who have also contributed to the prosperity of Penrith Baseball Club.

Current information on Penrith Baseball Club’s involvement in various competitions can be sourced through this website. Please feel free to contact the club if you require any further information.