09/28/2015, 7:15pm BST, By Bob Fromer
The Organising Committee for the Tokyo Olympics has recommended that baseball and softball, along with four other sports, be added to the Olympic programme for the 2020 Games.
09/28/2015, 2:30pm BST, By British Baseball Federation
A one-woman play by award-winning actress Ruth Mitchell, inspired by her son’s love of baseball as well as her own upbringing in Yorkshire and the lives of her mother and grandmother, will be performed at several venues in the South West of England during October.
09/25/2015, 10:00am BST, By British Baseball Federation
A private number plate with letters and numbers spelling out BA53 BAL is being offered for sale, or may be auctioned to the highest bidder.
09/23/2015, 10:15am BST, By Matthew Crawshaw
The 2015 BBF Youth National Baseball Championships (YNBCs) successfully closed out an exciting season of baseball at Farnham Park on the weekend of 19-20 September, with the London Mets taking two titles to one for LYBL.
09/22/2015, 3:15pm BST, By British Baseball Federation
The Herts Futures Tournament (HFT), held every year since 2008 and now a permanent fixture in the British baseball calendar, will have its 2015 edition this Saturday, 26 September, at Grovehill Ballpark in Hemel Hempstead, the home of Herts Baseball Club.
09/22/2015, 10:30am BST, By British Baseball Federation
Loughborough Thunderbirds Baseball and Softball Club and the Long Eaton Storm Baseball Club, champions of the BBF’s Double-A Central Division, have announced a partnership for the 2016 season.
09/18/2015, 12:00pm BST, By GB Baseball
Great Britain Baseball will compete in the World Baseball Classic qualifying round in Brooklyn, New York and in European Championships at Hoofddorp in Holland, both in September 2016.
09/17/2015, 4:30pm BST, By BaseballSoftballUK
BaseballSoftballUK’s High Performance Academy (HPA) will kick off its third year with open tryouts for baseball and fastpitch softball players aged 13-19 on Sunday 4 October at Farnham Park.
09/13/2015, 11:30pm BST, By Bob Fromer
The Manchester A’s, winners of the BBF’s Double-A North Division this year, survived a wild semi-final against the Latin Boys from Double-A South at Farnham Park on Sunday. But they then took total control of the final against the Sidewinders and emerged as 2015 Double-A National Champions.
09/12/2015, 8:00pm BST, By Bob Fromer
Tonbridge did not come into the National Finals in the BBF’s Single-A South division on Saturday 12 September as the top seeds, but they left as National Champions after hanging two straight five-inning mercy rule shutouts on the Herts Hawks and the Guildford Mavericks.