04/16/2015, 4:30pm BST, By by British Baseball Federation
The BBF Board has published its Road to the Finals document for the 2015 season, outlining the qualification criteria, formats and dates for each division that will determine how teams can get to the National Championships at Farnham Park and the games they will play once they get there.
04/16/2015, 1:15pm BST, By Ethan Wade
Teams in the BBF’s Double-A South Division got off to a flying start on Opening Day on Sunday 12 April with an average of more than 20 runs scored across eight games.
04/15/2015, 4:30pm BST, By Clive Barker
After weeks of build-up and practice, Opening Day dawned on Sunday 12 April and it was time for the teams of the British Baseball Federation’s National Baseball League to put all of that practice to good use on the diamond.
04/15/2015, 12:45pm BST, By British Baseball Federation
One new National Baseball League record was set in the season-opening games played on Sunday 12 April and another record was tied and is bound to be broken soon, with both feats achieved by players from the Herts Falcons.
04/15/2015, 8:15am BST, By Nikki Able
The 2015 campaign in the BBF’s Triple-A South Division started on 12 April with the London Metros dominating the Herts Eagles in an impressive doubleheader win. Their sister side, the London Mammoths, also started well, establishing themselves as serious competitors in the division.
04/14/2015, 2:45pm BST, By Isaac Blaug
There were runs aplenty on Sunday 12 April, Opening Day in the BBF’s Single-A South Division, as the Herts Hawks, Richmond Dukes and Bracknell Inferno all went big on offense to register first-game victories.
04/13/2015, 10:15am BST, By Anthony Hulme
Last season was the closest in recent memory in the BBF’s Triple-A North Division: the Liverpool Trojans and Hull Scorpions fought till the very last fixture for places in the playoffs leading to the Triple-A National Championships at Farnham Park. Will 2015 be just as exciting?
04/13/2015, 10:15am BST, By Mark Holmes
The Double-A North division will get underway on Sunday 19 April with much anticipation. The biggest change for 2015 is the addition of a second Manchester team, which takes the number of teams this year up to eight.
04/13/2015, 10:00am BST, By Patrick Campbell
Spring is upon us once again –- and with it comes the welcome return of British baseball in the BBF's Triple-A Central Division.
04/13/2015, 10:00am BST, By Oliver Mintz-Lowe
The newly formed Double-A Central is effectively a replacement for last season’s Single-A Central, which has been discontinued in 2015. With many of the same faces on show, it will be a chance for the teams involved to compete at a higher level.