The Renegade Report Podcast visits with Christian Thaxton

Our third installment of the Renegade report features Tim Syphers talks to Christian Thaxton, the first ever Renegade to make a World Series All-Star team as a rookie and the owner of the Renegade World Series record of highest batting average (.719).  Christian joined the Renegades in June of 2015 while he found out about […] Continue reading →

Top 10 moments of the 2015 season

Top 10 moments logo the 2015 season had many ups and downs for the Boston Renegades.  We were coming off our best season ever in 2014 and we entered the season with a roster of more than 20 players.  As the season progressed, many of these players dropped off the roster…mostly due to health issues of their own or […] Continue reading →

The Renegade Report Podcast visits with Larry Haile

Our second installment of the Renegade report features Tim Syphers talking to Larry Haile, the all time run scoring leader of the Boston Renegades.  In his last session Tim explored the game with our defensive leader, Guy Zuccarello.  Here he explores what the game means to the L Train. To get the podcast started, we […] Continue reading →

Renegades take on the Woburn Host Lions on September 13th

Lions Club Symbol On Sunday, September 13th, the Boston Renegades will take on the Woburn Host Lions in a fun exhibition game.  The event will begin at 12:15 and will be played at the Joyce Middle School, located at 55 Locust Street in Woburn.  The Woburn Lions have been one of the Renegades biggest supporters over the years […] Continue reading →

2015 World Series Highlights Day #4

Bayou City Brings the heat and knocks out the Renegades…AGAIN 27-15 After a very long Thursday, The team got back to the hotel after 8:00 and we had Pizza delivered and sat on the floor of the hotel.  Not a luxurious way to do things..but we needed to get rest as the Bayou City Heat […] Continue reading →

2015 World Series Highlights – Day #3

Storm halt Renegades 13 game winning streak in walk off fashion 17-16 The game the Renegades would be looking forward to.  They had beaten their first four opponents by the combined score of  56-18 including two 12-run rule wins.  The day would start with some question marks that started at the hotel.  Coach Weissman was […] Continue reading →