The London Metros are based in Finsbury Park N4, where we have our clubhouse and diamonds. As part of the London Mets Baseball Club we are one of the most successful baseball clubs in Britain and the only baseball club in central London.
The London Metros is a young team aimed at under-25's. We are looking for players who want to develop and compete at a serious level. We are particularly keen to recruit players who grew out of Pony programmes in the past few years and would like to stay in the game.
We foster a friendly and positive atmosphere at the club, with an emphasis on fun and good sportsmanship, development of skills and encouragement for all players to try their best at every level.
The London Mets Baseball Club is currently looking for new players of all abilities to become part of our expanding adult baseball programme in 2010. We are looking to recruit players at every level - serious competitors for the NBL or AAA teams - or beginners, rookies and youth players for our A League team.
LDN 28 BRI 0 [Bottom 5th] [0 Out] [0 balls] [0 strikes] ... No one on [P: #8 Sam Sproule] [B: #27 Spencer Corish]
LDN 27 BRI 0 [Top 5th] [0 Out] [0 balls] [0 strikes] ... No one on [P: #29 Harry O'Brien] [B: #30 Jamie Dix]
LDN 27 BRI 0 [Bottom 4th] [0 Out] [0 balls] [0 strikes] ... No one on [P: #8 Sam Sproule] [B: #21 Nick Postorino]
LDN 14 BRI 0 [Top 4th] [0 Out] [0 balls] [0 strikes] ... No one on [P: #29 Harry O'Brien] [B: #64 Grant Delzoppo]
Huge amounts of rainfall across the north of England in the days leading up to Sunday, June 24 meant that scheduled fixtures at Halton and Manchester had to be postponed due to waterlogged pitches. So the only action that took place in the BBF's AAA North Division was at Bootle Stadium, where the teams lying first and second, Liverpool and Cartmel Valley, took on each other – and the result was the loss of Liverpool’s unbeaten league record that stretched all the way back to 2010.