The MLB games this weekend are almost going to seem like just an excuse to talk more about trades, both actual moves and rumoured ones
Archive | July, 2011
In the first of two victories against the host nation in a successful Euro qualifier campaign in Tel Aviv, Israel, ex-NBL player Aeden McQueary notched up 15 strike-outs for Great Britain. According to available records, this is the second highest known total by a GB player. A full list is below, headed by British Baseball […]
Below is a full list of dates for pre-Christmas Project COBB Research Days: Saturday 15 October; Saturday 5 November; Saturday 26 November; Saturday 17 December. Full details of the planned Research Days can be found in the original article on BaseballGB. To sign up for any of these dates, please get in touch by leaving […]
The Richmond Flames maintained their one-game lead over the Southampton Mustangs in Pool A of the National Baseball League after the games last Sunday
Week 16 in the BaseballGB fantasy league saw a number of very close matchups as the race for the fantasy playoffs heats up. Which teams were able to eke out a win?
Team GB are in Israel this week, looking to qualify for the 2012 European Championships
There are eleven day-games this working week in MLB
For British fans used to the way transfers work in football, one of the most unusual aspects of the baseball trading business are the sudden mid-season moves
Last weekend’s weather put a considerable dent in the British baseball schedule, but the big game in Single-A did take place and it was the Cambridge Royals who ended up celebrating in the rain
The All Star break meant a shorter week for the managers in the BaseballGB fantasy league and the 20 inning minimum rule scrapped for a week. But which teams would be taking advantage and which sides would be cursing the four-day matchup?