08/17/2016, 9:00pm BST, By Don McDermott
The final playoff spot from the BBF’s Double-A South Division was up for grabs on Sunday 14 August as the Sidewinders and the London Marauders met in the final week of the regular season. London needed to sweep the doubleheader to qualify.
08/17/2016, 5:15pm BST, By Mark Price
Going into the last weekend of the regular season in the BBF’s Double-A Central Division on Sunday 14 August, the only certainty was that Birmingham was the division champion and Stourbridge was playing only for pride.
08/16/2016, 4:45pm BST, By British Baseball Federation
The BBF has announced playoff match-ups for the NBL, Double-A and Single-A Divisions on Sunday 21 August and for the Triple-A Division on Saturday 27 August.
08/11/2016, 1:30pm BST, By Nikki Able
The Oxford Kings travelled to Essex for their final games of the Triple-A South campaign. The Richmond Knights had already sealed first place in the division and the Kings were assured of second place and a post-season spot along with the Knights, so it was all about playing for pride.
08/10/2016, 11:15am BST, By Mark Price
It was all change in the playoff race after the penultimate week of the regular season in the BBF Double-A Central Division, as Leicester not only lost second place but dropped to fourth as they lost a key home game against Nottingham.
08/04/2016, 4:45pm BST, By Jordan Edmonds
In the final game week of July Southampton Mustangs kept up the pressure on the London Mets in the BBF’s National Baseball League, as they beat Herts Falcons in both games at Grovehill Ballpark.
08/03/2016, 3:15pm BST, By Liam Carroll
The Great Britain U15 National Team returned from Huenenberg, Switzerland having finished second at the CEB European Championship Qualifier played from 18-24 July. The team, consisting of returners and new players selected at March tryouts, posted a 3-2 record at the tournament.
08/02/2016, 11:45pm BST, By Don McDermott
Just two teams were in action on Sunday, 31 July as the season draws to a close, but both games were crucial in determining the playoff rankings. Daws Hill Spitfires and London Marauders played a doubleheader at Farnham Park as Daws Hill looked to move closer to the top spot in the pool.
08/02/2016, 11:15pm BST, By Mark Price
The inevitable finally happened on Sunday, 31 July as Birmingham Bandits retained their Double-A Central Division title after beating their closest rivals Leicester Blue Sox on home soil.
08/02/2016, 9:45pm BST, By Nikki Able
The Richmond Knights travelled to Finsbury Park for their final games of the regular season in an all or nothing encounter. Two wins for the Knights would mean guaranteed title success, two wins for the Mammoths would put the top spot back in contention and keep their own slim playoff chances alive.