08/24/2015, 4:30pm BST, By Isaac Blaug
The final games of the 2015 regular season were played out in the BBF’s exciting and competitive Single-A South Division on Sunday 23 August and the playoff contenders have now been established.
08/24/2015, 4:15am BST, By British Baseball Federation
Baseball will be featured as the Sport of the Week during the week beginning 24 August by GreaterSport Manchester.
08/21/2015, 9:15pm BST, By Oliver Mintz-Lowe
In a top v bottom match-up in the BBF’s Double-A Central Division on Sunday 16 August, Long Eaton lived up to their billing of heavy favourites and showed no sign of nerves in their quest for perfection when they faced the Northants Centurions.
08/21/2015, 8:30pm BST, By Nikki Able
Sunday 16 August was meant to be a busy day in the BBF’s Triple-A South Division, but with the Herts Eagles forfeiting to Richmond and Brighton forfeiting to the London Metros, all eyes were on the Oxford Kings and London Mammoths as they battled for the final playoff spot.
08/21/2015, 7:00pm BST, By Anthony Hulme
Pitchers reigned supreme in both of the rescheduled games at Cartmel Priory on Sunday 16 August in the BBF’s Triple-A North Division, as runs between Hull and Cartmel Valley came at a premium. Hull had already secured the divisional title, but Cartmel still had the chance to seal a playoff spot.
08/19/2015, 11:45am BST, By Isaac Blaug
The playoff picture is starting to take shape after the penultimate week of the regular season. Herts Hawks lost a tight game against Bracknell Inferno, while other top teams solidified their playoff status.
08/19/2015, 11:15am BST, By Patrick Campbell
The top-two in Triple-A Central will have an end of season showdown for playoff rankings after play on 16 August left both teams with identical records.
08/19/2015, 11:15am BST, By Mark Holmes
Manchester made the short journey to Bolton with their unbeaten record on the line but returned with their first defeats of the season, losing both games to the Robots of Doom.
08/14/2015, 12:30pm BST, By Anthony Hulme
Both the bats and the summer sun remained hot throughout the Liverpool Trojans’ last Sunday of baseball this season on Sunday 9 August, as they hosted Hull, who had already clinched the league title in the BBF’s Triple-A North Division.
08/12/2015, 11:30pm BST, By Nikki Able
The London Mammoths, the new boys in the BBF’s Triple-A South Division, have faltered following an injury to ace John Peters. But with the playoffs still just in reach, they travelled to Brighton on Sunday 9 August to face the Bulldogs, who were hoping to keep their own grasp on a playoff spot.