Renegades Featured in the Boston Globe

Joe Mac - "the hardest working man in baseball) On Sunday, May 25th, The Boston Renegades appeared as a feature article in a 4 page spread within the Globe Magazine.  The article was written by David Wanczyk who the Renegades met in the summer of 2013.  Dave is professor of creative writing and is writing a novel about beep baseball and the Renegades are […] Continue reading →

Renegades Need new Coaches & Players

The Boston Renegades are always looking for new coaches and players.  No experience is required as long as your willing to make a commitment to the team. From a coaching standpoint we are looking for people who have some of these skills Baseball/softball experience A love of sports A willingness to help people Athletic training […] Continue reading →

Meet the Class of 2014

The 2014 Rookie Class brings us people from four different continents to add to our diverse group.  We signed five new players and three new volunteers (so far).  We are always looking for new people.  We have an immediate need for new coaches to help us teach all of these new players. If you know […] Continue reading →

Renegade Documentary Comes to West Newton Cinema on May 18

Movie Poster   On Sunday, May 18 at 11:00 AM, the Association of Blind Citizens along with the Brookline Rotary Club will be having a special event to show an award winning documentary from Best Dog Ever Films The Renegades: A Beep Ball Story.  This film showcases the Boston Renegades and shows the passion, the action and the drama that occurs in your […] 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 →

Come Rock climbing with the Renegades!

Join the Boston Renegades for a rock climbing expedition at the premiere indoor rock climbing facility, Central Rock Gym on Saturday, on April 5th from 1 p.m. – 4 p.m., in Watertown at 74 Acton Street. All proceeds from the event go to help fund the Renegades as they travel to the World Series in […] Continue reading →

Coach Rob’s Top 10 Renegade moments of 2013

Top 10 moments logo Its a new year and we hope 2014 is as good to the Renegades as 2013.  What a season we had!  We played some great ball.  We had 4 new rookies join us for the season.  We signed and trained 9 new coaches.  We returned to Chicago for the first time in a few years. […] Continue reading →

Harvard University Softball checks out the Renegades

Harvard University logo The Renegades have two students attending Harvard University and our documentary helped us reach about 15 of their students this past week. On Monday evening, In one of Harvard’s athletic lounges that overlooks the football stadium, 5 Renegades gathered with members of the Harvard Softball team to show them the inspirational sport of beep baseball. […] Continue reading →