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Notes about the Boston Renegades…written by the Renegades

Rob Thayer inducted into Brockton Athletic Hall of Fame

Photo of Rob Thayer Hall of Fame Hot Tub By Shawn Devenish It isn’t every day that a person you play ball with and consider a friend gets inducted into a Hall of Fame. Well, I have that great opportunity right now.  On Sunday July 25th, 2021, my fellow Renegade Rob “Hot Tub” Thayer was enshrined in the Brockton […] Continue reading →

Onform partners with the Renegades

In July, 2021 Onform and the Renegades entered into a an exciting partnership and we hope that it will continue to grow into the future. Our Past Back in 2013, the Renegades started working with Ubersense as a way to grow the team’s depth and knowledge of our sport.   We wrote about this back in […] Continue reading →

Top 10 Moments of the 2019 Season

As we approach the 2020 season, I always find it important to look back at the top moments of the season.  Many of our fans are unable to see our games because they are often played on the road.  This is a way for me to share some of the incredible events of the year.  […] Continue reading →

Top 10 Moments of the 2018 Season

Renegades Logo With Bats As we approach the new year and the 2019 season, I always find it fun to look back at the top moments of the season.  So many of our fans are unable to see all of our games because they are often played in the day time when you are all working.  This is a […] Continue reading →

Top 10 moments of the 2017 Renegade Season

Top 10 moments logo Every season is full of exciting moments but here is a list of Coach Rob’s top 10 moments of the 2017 Renegade season.  Before we get into this list, keep in mind, this is just one point of view.  There are so many great things that happen throughout the year.  I’m sure each and every […] Continue reading →

Cooperstown has come Calling for Christian Thaxton!

Cooperstown has come calling for Christian Thaxton.  Why?  He broke the league record for batting average at the World Series going 26-29 and an .897 batting average in Florida during July of 2017 (see this article for a true breakdown on that accomplishment).  His name is now going to be part of the National Baseball […] Continue reading →