The Waynesboro Generals play in the Valley Baseball League, a summer baseball league founded in 1897 that plays in cities and towns in the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia.
The Valley League became an NCAA-sanctioned league in 1961. The league adopted the use of wooden bats in 1993.
The VBL is funded in part by a grant from Major League Baseball and is a member of the National Alliance of College Summer Baseball, a national affiliation of summer leagues.
The league has produced well over 1,000 professional baseball players, including a record 79 former players drafted in the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft in 2008.
The Waynesboro Generals play their home games at Kate Collins Field at Kate Collins Middle School, 1625 Ivy Street, Waynesboro, VA.
The Waynesboro Generals ballpark is dog-friendly.