Menomonee Falls has a rich history in baseball. Over 100 years ago Menomonee Falls High School fielded its first team. The village fielded its first team, a Men’s Land O’ Lakes team, in 1922. In 1991 the Menomonee Falls Little League was established and in 1995, the Menomonee Falls Falcons were established as an opportunity for 11-14 year old baseball players to compete in select baseball tournaments and against teams from other towns in Wisconsin.
In 2000 the Falcons organization joined the newly formed WSYBL (Wisconsin State Youth Baseball League). In 2004, as interest in competitive youth baseball grew, a second select youth baseball organization was formed called the Menomonee Falls Braves. The Braves also joined the WSYBL. In 2006 the Falcons changed their name to the Jr Indians to reflect their alignment and mission of being a feeder program to Menomonee Falls High School by preparing young players for high school baseball.
In 2008 the Jr Indians and Braves merged youth organizations under the Jr Indians moniker. The merger was a benefit to the youth of Menomonee Falls as the oversight of a single select organization enabled more efficient use of fields and resources while enabling players interested in select baseball an opportunity to develop relationships with teammates that would carry into high school.
In 2020 when Menomonee Falls High School changed its name from Indians to Phoenix, the Jr Indians followed and became the Jr Phoenix.
Since 2000 and as of 2021, Menomonee Falls Youth Organization Teams have won over 40 WSYBL Divisions and Menomonee Falls High School has won 2 State Championships and appeared in 8 State Tournaments.
Falls Braves hat logo
Falls Braves jersey
Jr Indians Baseball logo on Push-up Club T-shirt