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Renegades in the Community

The Renegades work with the community to increase awareness

Renegades attend Boston Abilities Expo

On Saturday, September, 7th the Boston Renegades attended the Boston Abilities Expo to do a demonstration of beep baseball.  We gave people the opportunity to try their hand at hitting a pitched ball with a blind fold on.  Joe Yee, Dan Cotter, Rob Dias, Rob Weissman and Larry Haile spoke to people about the sport […] Continue reading →

Renegades to take on Sullivan & Worcester LLP on 7/23

Logo for Sullivan & Worcester LLP On Wednesday night, July 23rd, the Renegades will take on Sullivan and Worcester LLP in an exhibition game to raise money for the team’s season.  This Law firm came out to support the Gades in 2013 and we had a blast with them.  The night will start at 6:30 with a warm up and we hope […] Continue reading →

The Gades play some goal ball against local youth

On March 10, Before the season begins in earnest, the Renegades reached out to the ViStars, a group of students with visual impairments, to discuss beep baseball and to play a friendly game of Goal Ball, an adaptive sport for the blind. Although the Renegades were defeated by the V stars by a score of […] Continue reading →

Renegades Rock Climbing is Coming!

On Monday, March 10, Coach Lisa Andrews attended an event to hear about a blind climber named Randy Pierce. Randy Pierce lost his vision at age 22 and has faced numerous challenges as result of an unknown neurological disease. His latest accomplishment: climbing all 48 of the rugged 4,000+ foot peaks in the White Mountains. […] Continue reading →

Renegades work with Kids and teach them the game

On July 20th, the Boston Renegades took a crew into Newton to work at the NAPVI conference (The National Association for Parents of Children with Visual Impairments).  The weather was hot and the event was held indoors.  After all, this is an adaptive sport.  Rob Weissman, Bryan Grillo, Ron Cochran, Kara Peters, Calista Weissman were […] Continue reading →

Sullivan & Worcester takes on the Renegades

Many Thanks to Nate Riccardi for his recap of the event: Here is a short video showing some of the S&W team warming up and learning the game   Beep Baseball Game: Boston Renegades 3 – Sullivan & Worcester 3 (Disclaimer: The Boston Renegades afforded Team S&W between six and eight outs per inning compared […] Continue reading →

Sullivan & Worcester LLP game rescheduled for Monday, July 15

Logo for Sullivan & Worcester LLP We have rescheduled our game that was cancelled on June 3 against Sullivan & Worcester LLP   On Monday July 15th the Boston Renegades will be hosting a clinic and charity game with the summer softball squad from Sullivan & Worcester LLP.  Sullivan & Worcester is a prominent Boston-based full service law firm with offices in […] Continue reading →

Sullivan & Worcester LLP to Play the Renegades **POSTPONED**

Logo for Sullivan & Worcester LLP OUR GAME AGAINST SULLIVAN & WORCESTER LAW FIRM HAS BEEN POSTPONED DUE TO POOR FIELD CONDITIONS.  Bunker Hill Community College would not let us use the fields today.  Clearly, they do not use the “Coach Weissman” philosophy of play not matter the conditions!   We will hopefully reschedule this event for a later date   […] Continue reading →

St. Lucy Society makes donation to the Renegades

Darlene D'Elia and members of the St. Lucy society hand a check to Joe Quintanilla and damon Graff, members of the Renegades On May 8th, the St Lucy Society of Boston welcomed the Boston Renegades to their “women’s only” club to hear about beep baseball.  The  St Lucy Society of Boston has been meeting in the North End for decades.  St Lucy is the patron saint of vision.  Joe Quintanilla, Damon Graff, and Lindsay Yazzolino shared their story with the ladies.  […] Continue reading →

The Renegades at Fenway for Disability Awareness day!

On a cold, windy and rainy April 23 night at Fenway.  The Red Sox hosted Disability Awareness day.  The Renegades were invited to partake in the ceremony for the 2nd time in team history.  Second year player, Joe McCormick and 9 year veteran coach, Justin Manjourides represented the team on the field before the game. […] Continue reading →