08/05/2015, 4:00pm BST, By Oliver Mintz-Lowe
The Long Eaton Storm clinched first place in the BBF’s Double-A Central Division on Sunday 2 August with a sweep over the Leicester 2Sox, and with it a spot in the Double-A playoff quarter-finals. The Storm are still undefeated with just four games of the regular season to go.
08/05/2015, 10:45am BST, By Nikki Able
Two teams made statements of intent on the weekend of 1-2 August in the BBF’s Triple-A South Division. On Saturday, the Richmond Knights put up two convincing wins over the London Mammoths, while on Sunday the London Metros maintained their unbeaten record at the expense of Brighton.
08/03/2015, 3:45pm BST, By Liam Carroll
Great Britain’s Cadet (U15) Team competed in the European Championship Qualifier in Belgrade, Serbia from 20-25 July. The squad fell short of its goal of a top-two finish and qualification for the 2016 European Championships, compiling a record of 1-4.
08/03/2015, 1:45pm BST, By Erick Henson
The first-ever UK Big League All-Star team, composed of players from Herts, the London Youth Baseball League and the London Mets, got all the way to the final in the Europe/Africa Regional Championship in Kutno, Poland from 10-12 July, but lost to the Netherlands in extra innings.
07/28/2015, 11:30am BST, By British Baseball Federation
The rain and storms that swept through Great Britain and Northern Europe over the weekend of 25-26 July put paid to 35 out of 37 scheduled games across the eight divisions of British baseball. So our reporters are looking at how the playoff races are shaping up as the season moves into August.
07/25/2015, 10:00pm BST, By Jeff Sockwell
The London Youth Baseball League team arrived in Kutno on for the Little League European Majors (U-13) Championship from 16-23 July full of confidence after the UK Qualifying Tournament in late June, believing that they could make a real run in the competition.
07/24/2015, 3:00pm BST, By GB Junior Team Head Coach Will Lintern
In this article, GB Junior Baseball Team Head Coach Will Lintern analyses the team’s results at the recent European Junior Championships and looks at what might be needed to enable GB youth baseball teams to compete on a more level footing with Europe’s best.
07/22/2015, 10:45pm BST, By Nikki Able
There were four important games in the BBF’s Triple-A South Division on Sunday 19 July. Oxford shared the spoils with the London Mammoths and Brighton split with Essex in two close contests. However, the London Metros had two more forfeit wins as the Herts Eagles were unable to field a team.
07/21/2015, 11:30pm BST, By Isaac Blaug
On a busy Sunday 19 July in the BBF’s Single-A Division, Tonbridge mounted a late charge to beat the Forest Glade Redbacks and stay just ahead of Guildford in Pool C, while the Herts Hawks went 10-0 for this season. Elsewhere, there were wins for Brighton and the Richmond Dukes.
07/21/2015, 4:00pm BST, By Patrick Campbell
The Cambridge Royals retained their place at the top of the BBF’s Triple-A Central Division on Sunday 19 July with two impressive wins against the Leicester Blue Sox. Meanwhile, the Birmingham Bandits moved into second place in the table thanks to two forfeit victories over the Milton Keynes Bucks.