Field Information

Bullens Field

All games are scheduled to be played at Billy Bullens Field at Westfield Technical Academy, Smith Avenue, Westfield, MA.

  • Warm-up Field: Jachym Field, which is adjacent to Bullens Field.
  • Make-up Games: Westfield State University baseball field, Western Avenue.

Directions to Bullens and Jachym Fields

  • From the Sheraton in Springfield: The most direct route to Westfield is U.S. Rt. 20.
    1. Out of the hotel, drive due west across the Memorial Bridge into West Springfield.
    2. At the end of the bridge, take the first exit out of the rotary (an immediate hard right off the bridge), and take Route 5 North to the first exit.
    3. Follow the signs for Route 20. At the end of the exit ramp, go ¾ of the way around the rotary, exit, then go to the first traffic light.
    4. Turn right, then take the first left (keep following Route 20 signs).
    5. Now follow Route 20 straight all the way into Westfield, approximately 5 miles.
    6. Turn right at the town green onto Elm Street.
    7. Turn left onto Franklin Street.
    8. Smith Avenue is approximately half a mile, on the left.
  • From Mass Turnpike (U.S. Rt. 90): Exit at Westfield (exit 3). At the end of the ramp, turn right onto N. Elm, (Rt. 202). Keep straight for about 1.5 miles, including crossing a green tress bridge. Turn Right onto Franklin Street. Then, see above.


1. Parking is available at the Westfield Technical Academy adjacent to Bullens Field. The school parking lot is accessed from King Street Extension off of Smith Avenue.

2. If necessary, overflow traffic will be directed to other nearby locations.

Questions relating to Bullens Field should be directed to Dan Welch at 413.530.3374 or

The Billy Bullens Field Story

The Greater Westfield Babe Ruth League is excited to be hosting this year’s 13-year old baseball World Series and welcomes all comers to our home field, Billy Bullens Field.

Bullens Field, property of the City of Westfield, is home to our Babe Ruth league games. Westfield High School and Westfield Technical Academy also play at Bullens as does a college summer league team, the Starfires.

Built as a Works Progress Administration project in the 1930’s, the field has been improved throughout through the initiative and efforts of both Babe Ruth and City.

Billy Bullens

Field Once a wet, swampy area, what is now Bullens Field was best known for the ice skating it attracted. With the building of a new high school on Smith Avenue, the area behind the school (now the Westfield Technical Academy) was developed as athletic fields. Three fields (known as “lower,” “middle”, and “upper” fields) were collectively called Municipal Field. Since the 1930s, the “upper” field has been home to many sports including track, softball, soccer and lacrosse as well as the baseball and football teams that now call Bullens home.

Billy Bullens, for whom the upper field was renamed in the early 1980’s, was an active contributor to both organized and unorganized sports played on the field. He was a coach, as well as a playground director. He kept the grounds of the field and on summer weekends inspired baseball dreams by organizing sandlot games, before Little League came to Westfield in 1950.

As a bronze plaque hanging on the West side of the baseball stands attests, the “stadium” bleachers were built as a Works Progress Administration (WPA) project during 1935 and 1936. Companion concrete stadium bleachers at the football field have since been replaced with new bleachers while the baseball stands have stood the test of time.

Bullens Field has seen a number of improvements through the years, by-in-large made by the Greater Westfield Babe Ruth league. A running track once ran through the outfield with games being halted as runners lapped the field. Dugouts which were once positioned at the bottom of the concrete stands have been replaced with the wooden dugouts seen today. Field irrigation, lighting, the announcement system, the concession stand and the electronic scoreboard are among other improvements. Refurbishing of the stands including the addition of stadium seating, new lighting, and general facelift by the city of Westfield were completed in time for the 14-Year-Old World Series hosted in 2016.