PRESS RELEASE – The Cape Cod Baseball League Executive Committee has voted unanimously to cancel the 2020 Cape Cod Baseball League season. The decision was based on the health concerns and safety needs of all involved. Following CDC guidelines and medical recommendations, the league determined it would be impossible to guarantee the safety of players, coaches, umpires, host families, volunteers and fans during this unprecedented health crisis. Continue reading
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Rumored for about a week, a $300 million proposal for a gaming facility off Glen Charlie Road in Wareham was announced this week by the developers Notos Group, LLC. The project would also include a hotel focused on tourism and events, multiple restaurants and entertainment facilities, and a new ballpark for the Wareham Gatemen (Summer Collegiate, Cape Cod Baseball League). Read more and view photos here.
PRESS RELEASE – A veteran sportscaster who has called more than 2,000 NBA games will be the Internet voice of the Cape Cod Baseball League’s Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox this summer. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – Long-time league baseball executive Bill Bussiere has been named new Director of Corporate Development for the Cape Cod Baseball League. Bussiere comes to the position with 22 years experience on the CCBL team and league level, most recently as league vice president, deputy commissioner and chair of the CCBL All-Star Game Continue reading
Interested in gaining more insight into the summer collegiate West Coast League? WCL president Dennis Koho makes a few comments about league expansion and takes a bit of a Dick Radatz, Jr.-type shot at the summer collegiate Cape Cod League in a recent interview with Best Coast Baseball. Read more here.
The summer collegiate Hyannis Harbor Hawks (Cape Cod League) are set to premiere the documentary Summer of Success tonight at 7:30 p.m. (EST). While the video focuses on the Hawks, the team says it’s really a representation of the Cape League experience. Continue reading
The Boston Globe’s Stan Grossfeld takes a look at the summer collegiate Northwoods League and its founder Dick Radatz, Jr., who wants to dominate the summer collegiate landscape like his father, the late Boston Red Sox reliever Dick “The Monster” Radatz, dominated Mickey Mantle. There is not much in the piece we didn’t already know, but it’s certainly worth a read. Read more here.
Lowell Park, home of the summer collegiate Cotuit Kettleers (Cape Cod League), has gotten a bit of a makeover in the off season with a newly remodeled and expanded Kettleer Kitchen, upgraded and larger restrooms, and a new trophy and memorabilia case. Read more and view photo here. Below are renderings courtesy of Point-5 Productions:
PRESS RELEASE – Two old friends will reunite this summer when Friendly’s Ice Cream joins forces with the Cape Cod Baseball League to deliver a home run to fans by sponsoring the 2013 Cape League All-Star game. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – In an unprecedented move, the Cape Cod Baseball League executive committee voted unanimously to hold the next three CCBL All-Star Games at pre-determined sites on Cape Cod. Continue reading
We don’t pay a lot of attention to player statistics around here, but apparently home runs were up dramatically this season in the summer collegiate Cape Cod League and other circuits in the National Alliance of College Summer Baseball (NACSB). NACSB members reportedly source their baseballs exclusively from the same baseball Continue reading
Keith Chirgwin, an audio editor who has worked on Academy, Emmy, Peabody and Grammy award-winning projects, and his friend Scott Smith, a researcher and writer, are working on a new documentary about the summer collegiate Cape Cod League that will be shopped to the major cable sports channels and hopefully picked up as a docu-series. Read more here.
Boston.com staffer Andrew Mahoney takes a look at the summer collegiate baseball opportunities in New England where fans can take a summer day trip doing the touristy thing before taking in an evening game in the Cape Cod League, New England Collegiate Baseball League, or Futures Collegiate Baseball League. Read more here.
PRESS RELEASE – The defending champion Harwich Mariners will host the 2012 Cape Cod Baseball League All-Star Game on Saturday, July 28, at Whitehouse Field. Harwich was chosen by vote of the Executive Committee during a special meeting here Thursday night. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – At their September board meeting, the Bourne Braves elected Chuck Sturtevant to be new general manager, effective November 1st, replacing Mike Carrier. Former Falmouth GM Dan Dunn will be the Braves’ assistant GM. Sturtevant previously served as Falmouth GM and for the past three years has been vice president of the Cape League and overseen finances for the CCBL All-Star Continue reading
Nashua Telegraph staff writer Tom King takes a look at the start-up Futures Collegiate Baseball League’s Martha’s Vineyard Sharks and the Cape Cod League-like game experience for players and fans. Read more here. Thanks to John Cerone for the link.
PRESS RELEASE – The Cape Cod Baseball League’s “Spaceball” has arrived back home after hitching a ride on the Space Shuttle Endeavour for its 25th and final mission to the International Space Station, a round trip of more than 6.5 million miles and 248 orbits of the Earth. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – Cape League President Judy Walden Scarafile and Comcast SportsNet New England announced today that on Friday evening, July 29, Comcast SportsNet will televise the 2011 Jordan s Furniture Cape League All-Star Game fromFenwayPark in Boston. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – On Saturday, June 18, Jane Mitchell, on-air reporter/producer at Channel 4 in San Diego, will host a book signing/fundraiser for the Cape Cod Baseball League at the JFK Hyannis Museum starting at noon. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – If baseballs could talk, there is one in the universe with a story that’s hard to beat. It’s an official Cape Cod League baseball and it is currently aboard the Space Shuttle Endeavour, docked with the International Space Station in orbit some 220 miles above the Earth. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – For the second straight season, WEEI Radio (96.3 FM) will broadcast a Cape League Sunday Night Baseball package. Larry Egan and John Garner, who called the games in 2002 on Cool 102, 2003-04 on PIXY 103 and 2008-09 on WXTK, return as the broadcasting duo for WEEI, the All-Sports radio station on Cape Cod which also carries the Boston Celtics, sports talk radio and Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – During season-opening games June 10, Lisa Pride and Lauren Pogulis will become the first female play-by-play announcers for Cape Cod Baseball League Internet broadcasts. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – The Cape Cod Baseball League will dedicate its 2011 All-Star Game to the memory of Christina-Taylor Green, the 9-year-old daughter of Brewster summer visitors John and Roxanna Green and the youngest victim of the Jan. 8 Tucson, Ariz., shooting incident in which U.S. Congresswoman Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – The Cape Cod Baseball League All-Star Game, presented by Jordan’s Furniture, will be played, Friday, July 29, 2011 at 7:05 p.m. again at Fenway Park. The family friendly event features a pre-game Home Run Derby, autograph session with the all-stars and a silent auction with baseball memorabilia Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – The Cape Cod Baseball League Hall of Fame exhibit inside the JFK Hyannis Museum will reopen Friday (Feb. 18) from 3-6 p.m. for the season in conjunction with the beginning of school vacation. Continue reading
One of the main highlights of the Boston Red Sox Class A affiliate Lowell Spinners’ Annual Dinner held Jan. 19 at the Tsongas Center was the emotional presentation of the Greg Montalbano Award, which honored the husband-wife team that leads the Wareham Gatemen, President/GM Tom Gay and VP/Executive Committee member Sheri Gay. Continue reading
Sources tell us that the new summer collegiate team on Martha’s Vineyard will not be a Cape Cod League franchise. An announcement regarding the Sharks’ league affiliation will be made in the next few weeks. Stay tuned.
PRESS RELEASE – A continuation of the expanded playoff format and 10 seven-inning doubleheaders highlight the 2011 Cape Cod Baseball League schedule, announced this week by league commissioner Paul Galop. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – Martha’s Vineyard’s summer collegiate baseball club received its nickname on Tuesday afternoon, with the “Sharks” selected as the team’s moniker, beating out three other finalists. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – After receiving a wide variety of name suggestions through the club’s “Name the Team” contest, the Martha’s Vineyard summer collegiate baseball club announced on Monday that it had narrowed its selection down to four: the Sharks, Islanders, Osprey and Fighting Clams. Continue reading
As previously reported, a new summer collegiate baseball team is coming to Martha’s Vineyard, and a name the team contest is now underway. While we are not certain if this new club will be affiliated with the famed Cape Cod League or highly respected NECBL, there are interesting details out there about the project. Read more here.
PRESS RELEASE – The Martha’s Vineyard summer collegiate baseball club is holding its Name the Team contest, giving fans the opportunity to choose the team’s nickname. Entries will be accepted through Sunday, November 21, with the winning name chosen in early December. Continue reading
Carminucci Sports Group is negotiating the details of a one-year license agreement with Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School district committee to bring a summer collegiate club to the new baseball facility at the high school. The group is exploring franchise opportunities with the Cape Cod League and the New England Collegiate Baseball League. Read more here.
PRESS RELEASE – Tickets are now on sale for the Cape Cod Baseball League, which is returning to Fenway Park for the second straight year, this summer playing its annual All-Star Game on July 28. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – After 33 years of proudly wearing the name Mets on their uniforms, the Hyannis franchise from the summer collegiate Cape Cod League will now be known as the Hyannis Harbor Hawks. View website here.