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Renegades in the Community

The Renegades work with the community to increase awareness

From Friend to Doctor to Savior – Dr. Greg Waryasz

Dr. Greg Waryasz The Wrong Way Connection In 2018, one of our players, Joe Buizon talked up our team to one of his longtime friends and “family members”, Dr. Greg Waryasz.  He had been instrumental over the years in providing medical guidance to keep Buizon active and on the baseball field.  That discussion led to his friend emailing […] Continue reading →

2021 Beast of the East Home Tournament is coming!

Beast of the East Logo For just the 4th time in our 20 year history, the Beast of the East will be returning to the Boston area on Friday, August 27th & Saturday, August 28th.  With the help of the Woburn Host Lions, we will be hosting teams from the East Coast in a three team tournament to crown the […] Continue reading →

The Renegade Way – Inclusivity and diversity

The importance of diversity and inclusivity While the world has been trying to recover from COVID19 over the past year there is a movement to build awareness about discrimination and the importance of diversity.  With so many events, businesses and activities shut down to stop the spread of COVID19, people are paying more attention to […] Continue reading →

Spreading the word at the Carroll Center

On May 2nd, Four Renegades were spreading the word at the Carroll Center with the goal to educate the public about the beep baseball. Joe Yee, Melissa Hoyt, Daisy Russel and Robert Thayer went to the Carroll Center f on May 2, 2019 with the goal to educate people about the sport and the team. […] Continue reading →

Baseball Hall of Fame Weekend – a Beep Baseball Bash!

Dreams of The Baseball Hall of Fame Writtten by Rob Weissman As a kid, I studied baseball cards and the baseball encyclopedia.  I played Strat-o-Matic baseball and even played video games while keeping score and tracking my own fake stats.  A baseball geek would be a way to describe my past present and surely my […] Continue reading →

Renegades traveled to Tewksbury to play in a charitable game

Support from Tewksbury for the Renegades On July 3, 2018 the Renegades traveled to Tewksbury to play in a charitable game hosted by the Tewksbury Lions club for the first time ever. The opponent for the Gades was the Tewksbury Fire Department. The Lions club donated $500 to the Renegades to help further their funds to get to the World Series.  […] Continue reading →