Weissman interviewed by IBM about volunteerism

IBM recently interviewed Rob Weissman, a 13 year employee of IBM about his work with the Boston Renegades.  IBM has supported the Renegades through Weissman’s involvement over the year to the tune of $18,000 in community grants.  The article was posted internal but they have cerated a PDF for us to share with our fans […] Continue reading →

2016 NBBA All Rookie Teams

Topps all star rookie trophy Story by Rob Weissman One critcal part of beep baseball is the development of rookies.  We want to encourage as many new players as we can to play this game. Opportunity must be made available for them to play.  The league is very proud of its growth over the years, as it should be.  Moving […] Continue reading →

Camp Vision visited the Renegades

Just before the 2016 World Series Camp Vision visited the Renegades for a clinic to learn about the sport.  While the team practiced about 20 kids with visual impairments from western Mass came to see what beepball and the Renegades were all about.  Coach Kara Peters joined former players, JJ Ward, Joe Buizon, Aqil Sajjad […] Continue reading →

Watch the 2016 NBBA Championship Game

NBBA Logo The Boston Renegades had a dream run in 2016 making the NBBA 2016 Championship game.  The team challenged for the national championship as it roared through the World Series brackets to make the Championship game.  Heading into this game the Renegades were 13-1 on the season.  Their only loss was to the hands of the […] Continue reading →

NBBA 2016 Championship Game available on Vimeo

The Boston Renegades made the NBBA 2016 Championship game in Ames, Iowa.  The game was streamed live at the time.  After the series, Graham Mathenia compiled the video and produced a high quality video for the league.  The video includes play by play and color commentary provided by Kevin Sibson and Dave Benney.  It was […] Continue reading →

The Renegade Report Podcast & Joe Quintanilla

Our 8th installment of the Renegade report features Tim Syphers talking with Joe Quintanilla.  “Q” is the longest tenured player on the team as he is just one of two active players still playing from the original 2002 World Series team.  As one of the guys who was there when the team first started, he has seen […] Continue reading →