The Wayne Baseball Team was established in 1986, and joined the Delco League, the oldest Semi-Professional Baseball League in America.
The franchise did not waste much time at all in its quest to become the King of the League, as Ted Aceto led Wayne Baseball to their first Delco League title in 1987.
After winning a title in 1987, the franchise would have to wait until 1993 to bring home its second. Led by Chuck Freeman as the Head Coach and General Manager, Wayne Baseball would win in 1993, 1994, and 1995 to announce that they belong in the conversation among the elites in the league. With Freeman still at the helm, Wayne Baseball would add another three-peat to his resumé in 2000, 2001, and 2002. Freeman now serves as just the General Manager, orchestrating the best dynasty that the Delco League has ever seen.
JIm Fatz quickly made a name for himself as well as he won Delco League Championships in 2007, 2008, and 2009 for the third three-peat in the history of the franchise as a player/manager for Wayne Baseball. He would add one last title in 2011 to give him a total of 4 during his remarkable tenure.
Brian Fili had a tremendous playing career with Villanova University, which led him to be inducted in to the Villanova Sports Hall of Fame. He began playing for Wayne in the 90's during his summers while playing for the Wildcats. After his playing days were over, he began managing the Wayne Baseball franchise. Already an established winner at Strath Haven High School, Fili continued his winning ways by capturing Delco League Championships in 2014 and 2015. After a couple of years that didn't end with champagne, Fili added two more titles to his resume in 2019 and 2020 as he is quickly approaching the most in Wayne Baseball history.