Bring Dad and join us for opening day 2021 on Father's Day as we take on the Brewster White Caps.
By Ryan Kelleher – Intern 1. Will Toffey (15-16): Wareham, MA 2. Mark Sweeney: (89-90): Holliston, MA 3. Ben Bowden (2015): Lynn, MA Something about Massachusetts makes Ben Bowden excel on the field, as the former Massachusetts High School Player of the Year starred on the Cape during his lone season with the Red Sox. … Read more
by Gabe Herz, Intern For the next installment of Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox alumni spotlight, I’ll be focusing on Nico Hoerner, a member of the 2017 Red Sox team. Following a subpar freshman year at Stanford which saw him hit just .254/.298/.311 across 54 games, Hoerner broke out in his sophomore year, slashing .304/.355/.397 in 58 … Read more
By: Tad Donovan – Intern Catch the game’s future stars The Cape Cod Baseball League has long been an opportunity for fans to see the future of baseball long before it plays on a professional level. Of the 160 draft picks in the 2020 MLB draft, 72 spent time on a Cape Cod League team. … Read more
The Cape Cod Baseball League (CCBL) has relied on a community of host families to provide housing to young ball players from around the country for decades. Host families play a critical role in making the league everything it can be. Put simply, the league would not exist without the continued generosity of so many dedicated familie
Scott Pickler, known affectionately as “Pick”, has led the Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox as the
manager since 1998. During his tenure, the team has won six CCBL titles and has only missed the playoffs six times in his 22 years at the helm. I had the opportunity to ask the 2019 CCBL Hall of Fame inductee about his history with the team, the COVID-19 Pandemic, and his tips for success in the sport.
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 … Read more
“The Cape Cod Baseball League is continuing to monitor the updates from local, state and federal officials on what we may expect in the coming days, weeks and months ahead. At this time, our hope is to start the 2020 season as scheduled on Saturday, June 13, 2020. The Cape Cod Baseball League Officers are … Read more
“The Cape Cod Baseball League will be watching the coronavirus Covid-19 concerns closely in the coming days, and weeks. As we do not start until mid-June, at this early time, we have no plans to make any changes for our upcoming season. Our main interest right now is the health of our players, fans, and … Read more