Watertown Red Devils

UPDATED FEB. 2021

The Watertown Red Devils are the amateur baseball team in Watertown. The Red Devils compete in the Crow River Valley League.

2020 was an exciting season for the Red Devils. They reached the Class C Amateur State Baseball Tournament for the first time since 2008. It was the 11th time the Red Devils have made it to state. They finished in third place in Class A back in 1938 and won the Class championship in 1951. 

Led by Pat Tschida, Watertown had a season to remember. Tschida led the way for the Red Devils on the mound and at the plate. He was the 2020 CRVL Most Valuable Player and Pitcher of The Year.

On the mound, Tschida posted an ERA of 1.51 in 35 innings of work. He finished second in the CRVL in strikeouts with 39 while posting three wins.

At the plate, Tschida finished with an average of .421 which was good enough for seventh-best in the CRVL. 

After an impressive regular season, Watertown clinched a berth in the Class C State Tournament at the Region 7C Tournament with wins over Green Isle and Mayer. The Red Devils finished in second place at the region tournament.

In 2020, the Watertown Red Devils made it back to the state tournament for the first time since 2008 after beating Green Isle and Mayer at the Region 7C Tournament.