Team

The Players

USABL CHAMPION West Jersey Wildcats
BEN PAWLAK
Lawrenceville, NJ

Pitcher – Infielder – Outfielder
Throws: Right
Bats: Right


Ben played some of his best baseball in 2018, and was a member of THREE championship teams this year: the Wildcats, his Lawrence Little League team and the District 12 Champion Lawrence All Star team. A loyal teammate and a fierce competitor, Ben is a versatile player who loves throwing out runners from right field, but wants the ball on the mound for every game.
USABL CHAMPION West Jersey Wildcats
CHRISTOPHER SALMON
Ewing, NJ

Outfielder – Catcher – Pitcher
Throws: Right
Bats: Left


Christopher is a multiple team champion and All-Star for his hometown Hopewell Valley rec and District teams, and one of the Wildcats’ most lethal weapons, offering consistent clutch hitting, slick fielding and daring, game-breaking base running. And he is that rare athlete that excels both on the mound, in the field and behind the plate! Christopher wears the number of his favorite player, No. 4, Lou Gehrig!

USABL CHAMPION West Jersey Wildcats
DEVIN SINGH
West Windsor, NJ
Pitcher – Outfielder
Throws: Left
Bats: Left


Devin has been a powerful pitcher for the Wildcats over the past two seasons, hurling two no-hitters and otherwise shutting down opponents with his blazing fastball and calm, zen-like approach to the game. A perennial all-star in his hometown West Windsor rec league, he is also a timely hitter and aggressive baserunner, and often leads the team in stolen bases.
USABL CHAMPION West Jersey Wildcats
CHRISTOPHER BABKOWSKI
Hamilton, NJ
Catcher – Pitcher
Throws: Right
Bats: Right


Every Chris Babkowski at-bat is a home-run threat for the Wildcats, and “Skeeter’s” big bat has been one of the big pillars of the Wildcats’ success. A multi-year all-star from the HTRBA Little League, Chris has a rifle for an arm from behind the plate and throws out base-stealers almost every game.
USABL CHAMPION West Jersey Wildcats
NOALI ORTIZ
Hamilton, NJ
Shortstop – Pitcher
Throws: Right
Bats: Right


Noali Ortiz was a member of the 2017 District Champion HTRBA Little League team when he was just 11 years old, and took his team to the District championship game in 2018. He anchors the Wildcats infield at shortstop, with tremendous baseball I.Q., dazzling glovework and laser-like throws.


COLLIN ELAM
Ewing, NJ
Third Base – Pitcher
Throws: Right
Bats: Right


Collin has manned the hot corner for three Wildcats seasons now, and his bat is one of the most feared in the league. A perennial all-star for Ewing Little League and a standout in his Hopewell Valley Cal Ripken league, he also competes on school basketball and wrestling teams. Always a home run threat, Collin really upped his batting game in 2018, with several 3 for 3 hitting streaks and clutch walk-off hits.
CONOR BELL
Bordentown, NJ
First Base – Pitcher
Throws: Left
Bats: Left


Don’t let Conor Bell’s diminutive size fool you; there isn’t a better first baseman anywhere. Conor plays the position at a Gold Glove caliber, with spectacular glove work and superior baseball I.Q. He is also extremely patient and skilled at the plate, drawing more walks than anyone on the team, and clutch hits when the teams needs them most. He is also a gutsy performer on the mound as both a starter and reliever.



KYLE FORSTER
Bordentown, NJ
Second Base – Pitcher
Throws: Right
Bats: Right


Kyle mans 2nd for the Wildcats and has also been effective as a middle relief pitcher. A keen eye at the plate, Kyle works opposing pitchers like no other Wildcat, producing seeing-eye singles and timely walks that turn into runs. A perennial All-Star in his hometown Bordentown rec league, Kyle has led the Wildcats to championships in 2017 and 2018, as well as several USABL tournament championships. 



Our Coaches

RYAN FORSTER
Bordentown, NJ
Head coach – Team President

Coach Ryan has been coaching youth sports for over 8 years, in baseball, soccer, and basketball. He has been head coach and president of the Wildcats for the past 6 years, and is also President of the Bordentown Little League. When he’s not coaching, he’s a Police Officer with the Bordentown Township Police Department, in their Traffic unit, a career he has had in Trenton and now Bordentown, for over 13 years. He also heads up the Youth Explorer Program in the township, where resides in with his wife, Jennifer, and children Kaitlyn, Kyle, Andrew and Avery.