07/08/2015, 10:00am BST, By Patrick Campbell
Two wins on Sunday 5 July for the defending champion Cambridge Royals allowed them to leapfrog their opponents, the Birmingham Bandits, and take over second place in the BBF’s Triple-A Central Division.
07/08/2015, 9:30am BST, By British Baseball Federation
Three games were played, or at least started, in the BBF’s Single-A South Division on Sunday 5 July.
07/07/2015, 1:30pm BST, By British Baseball Federation
The annual London Tournament, run by the South London Pirates, had a late venue change from Roundshaw Park in Croydon to Farnham Park near Slough, but still provided a very successful weekend of baseball action on 4-5 July.
07/02/2015, 3:15pm BST, By Nikki Able
The London Metros continued their dominance in the BBF’s Triple-A South Division on Sunday 28 June, winning both games against a disappointed Oxford Kings. Elsewhere around the league, doubleheaders were split.
07/02/2015, 12:30am BST, By British Baseball Federation
Great Britain Junior National Baseball Team Head Coach Will Lintern and the BBF have announced the roster of 17 players that will represent GB at this summer’s European Junior Championships.
07/01/2015, 9:45pm BST, By Matthew Crawshaw
The Leicester Blue Sox Juniors (Under-17) and the Hull Scorpions Under-14 team are the first teams to qualify for this year’s BBF Youth National Baseball Championships after Northern Youth Qualifiers played on Saturday 27 June in Halton.
07/01/2015, 9:00pm BST, By Mark Holmes
The Sheffield Bladerunners improved their position in the BBF's Double-A North Division on Sunday 28 June with a doubleheader sweep of the team just below them in the table, the Oldham North Stars.
07/01/2015, 6:45am BST, By Isaac Blaug
The Herts Hawks and London Musketeers both won their games on Sunday 28 June in the BBF’s Single-A South Division to stay on top of Pools A and B respectively, while Tonbridge regained momentum in Pool C by smashing the Richmond Squires to move within a half-game of the Guildford Mavericks.
07/01/2015, 6:15am BST, By Oliver Mintz-Lowe
Milton Keynes Coyotes and the Leicester 2Sox took centre stage as the only teams playing on Sunday 28 June in the BBF’s Double-A Central Division -- and the two sides made the most of their billing by splitting a pair of wild, high-scoring contests.
06/30/2015, 4:15pm BST, By Patrick Campbell
The league-leading Birmingham Bandits dropped another game in the BBF’s Triple-A Central Division on Sunday 28 June, as the Bandits split a doubleheader with the division’s bottom club, the Milton Keynes Bucks. So the Bandits are being drawn ever closer to the teams behind them.