The 2010 British baseball season has ended on a very disappointing note after Aspi Dimitrov resigned from his position as Southern Senior League Commissioner on Thursday
Archive | September, 2010
We are at the halfway stage of the final matchups of the BaseballGB fantasy league. Which teams are a week away from glory, and which teams have work to do?
It’s the final week of the 2010 regular season and there are six early games to enjoy over the working week
Thursday was a great day for European baseball. Greg Halman took the field at the Rogers Centre for the Seattle Mariners and became the latest Dutchman to make the Major Leagues
Two galleries have been posted of photos taken by Project Cobb Photography during the 2010 season. One is of the National Baseball League regular season and play-offs (click here), and the other is of the top-tier National Baseball Championship (click here).
Yesterday’s ‘early’ games brought plenty of drama and we can expect more of the same today as the teams get ready to enter the final week of the regular season
Reports of this column’s death have been greatly exaggerated. Crawling slowly out of the abyss, it sees the end of the regular season coming ever closer. It looks up. Dedraggled, but very much alive
There are six MLB games starting before midnight UK time on Saturday
Several events from the life of George Herman “Babe” Ruth had a connection to Britain, and two are dealt with here. The first is the “Bellyache Heard Round the World”. This was a bout of illness suffered by the Bambino during spring training of 1925; this was later diagnosed as an intestinal abscess. Much thought has […]
Entries will be accepted for the 2010 British Baseball Photography Competition for one more week. A fourth selection of leading entries has been posted in an online gallery, which can be accessed here. The overall winner (to be announced in mid- to late October) will receive £100 in photography vouchers. For full rules and instructions […]