The Farmers Branch Base Ball Club (FBBBC) plays vintage base ball using 1860's rules and customs. We call ourselves the "Mustangs" because our city was first known as Mustang, Texas, before being renamed Farmers Branch in the mid 1800s. A full list of the rules and regulations by which we play can be found here.
A full listing of our practices, team meetings, and upcoming games can be found here.
The 1908 and 2014 Farmers Branch Base Ball Club Teams
The Farmers Branch Mustangs invite you to our practices, games and events to learn about base ball as it was meant to be played! For questions about the Mustangs or how to get involved, please contact the Historical Park at 972.406.0184 or by email.
You can also follow the club on Facebook or see vintage base ball photos and ideas on our Pinterest!
Vintage Base Ball Triple Header
Saturday, November 3 from 11 am - 4 pm, in the Historical Park Meadow
Come & Go
It’s time for a triple header! The Farmers Branch Mustangs, the Topeka Westerns and a special guest team will play two games of 1860s base ball. Bring your chair or quilt, eat a picnic and come in 1860s attire or as you are. These three teams will spend the day playing historic base ball from the Civil War era which means no gloves, a lemon-peel ball and a lot of enthusiastic huzzahs!
Vintage Base Ball Games
Saturday, April 28
Saturday, May 12
1 pm Free
Saturday, June 30
Saturday, July 21
Saturday, September 22
Farmers Branch Historical Park ~ Meadow
Come out and support the Farmers Branch Mustangs as they play against a local opponent in a game of vintage base ball.