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Grand Chute Baseball Inc, formerly named GFC for the surrounding cities of Grand Chute, Freedom and the Town of Center was established in 1971. Grand Chute Baseball started with 4 team's ages 9-12 and quickly grew to a six-team format. In the late 80's, GFC saw a tremendous growth and currently has 49 teams ranging in age from 5-18.

Founded by local parents as a small offshoot league for families north of Appleton, Grand Chute Baseball now excepts players from all communities. Don Wenninger, president, along with Dale Loewenhagen, vice president and John Hennessey, secretary/treasurer were the first board members, getting commercial sponsors and organizing the league. A search of the area proved Plamann Park to be an ideal location with an existing ball diamond, therefore forming a bond between GFC and Plamann Park. The league still plays there today and currently has 4 diamonds. Additionally Grand Chute Baseball has obtained use of Patriot Park and Carter Woods to help with the demand for more diamond space.