Renegades take the field with the Spinners

On Sunday, July 27th, the Renegades teamed with National Braille Press to celebrate Braille Literacy Night at LeLacheur Park in Lowell, Mass.  Before the game, the Renegades put on an exhibition of the sport in the outfield.  Our players say it was some of the fastest grass they have ever played on.  Our very own […] Continue reading →

Ubersense Visits the Renegades

Ubsersense, a Boston based company that makes an app for the iPhone paid a visit to the Renegades for a practice right before the World Series to see what Beep Baseball is all about.  They heard about the team because the coaching staff of the Renegades gets good use of their app to help the […] Continue reading →

Renegades take on the Woburn Host Lions on September 14th

Lions Club Symbol On Sunday, September 14th, 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 →

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 →

2014 NBBA All Rookie Teams

Topps all star rookie trophy Story by Rob Weissman Every year the NBBA names players to the all offense and all defense all star teams.  Seven times, the Renegades have placed a player on those teams in the past 13 years. I have always wondered about what else the league could do. Major League Baseball always has a rookie of […] Continue reading →

Joe Mac Goes Way Back…Earns All Star Honors

Photo by Dina Rudick/Boston Globe Joe McCormick hit.600 in the 2014 World Series and placed himself amongst the Elite hitters in the NBBA.  McCormick, in his third season with the Renegades, busted on to the scene in 2012 hitting .586 on the season and .643 in the World Series.  2013 represented a sophomore slump as he hit a mid summer […] Continue reading →

2014 World Series day 4 Results

The 6 Renegade coaches who helped get the team ready all week long Renegades show the NBBA they are  for real losing a great game to Bayou City 12-11 All week the renegade players wanted a chance at a big time team but the schedule called for rest. The coaches told the team if they won the games they needed to, they would be playing big time teams […] Continue reading →

2014 World Series Day 3 results

Joe Yee came off the bench to score a pair and Weissman made some great coaching decisions for the Renegades Austin Faces toughest challenge of the week and wins 11-3 Austin has been the best team in America since the 2012 season as they have been in the finals in 2012 and 2013.  A fun trivia question is to ask who the last American team to beat them was in a World Series game.  The […] Continue reading →

2014 World Series Day 2 Results

Joe McCormick, Rob Dias and Ron Cochran were the stars of this game for Boston Renegades Slam the Door on Slammers 9-1 Boston entered the double elimination bracket as the 8 seed and faced the Southwest Slammers for the second year in a row for game #1 when it counts.  In 2013, the Gades jumped on them and won 13-1.  The team to win this game would have the rest […] Continue reading →

2014 World Series Day 1 Results

Four players would score a pair for the Gades in Joe McCormick, Larry Haile,Aqil Sajjad and Rob Dias Its Miller Time after 4 as Boston Cruises 8-4 over Minnesota For the third time in history the Renegades would face off against the Minnesota Millers, a 100% home grown team located in the World Series host city of Rochester, MN.  One old face on this team is Steve Guerra who moved to Rochester and […] Continue reading →