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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 →

2015 World Series Highlights – Day #2

Renegades Trounce the Tigers and set team record winning 16-6 The night before this game, Coach Rob sat with the defensive team and asked why they were struggling so much.  We knew the harder competition was coming and we truly needed to sure the defense up.  The fields were hard, fast and often times not […] Continue reading →

2015 World Series Highlights – Day #1

Boston tucks them in and says good knight beating the Indy Knights The World Series started off for the Renegades against a new team that was a spin off from the Indy thunder.  This team was comprised of players from the Thunder and the Wichita Sonics, who were not at the series this year.  On […] Continue reading →

2014 World Series Breakdown

NBBA Logo The Boston Renegades recently spoke in front of an organization called SABR (Society for American Baseball Research).  Many readers may know them from SABR Metrics.  Die hard baseball fans will know Bill James and his influence on the game.  We listened to them talk about wins above average amongst other topics and this got us […] 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 →

2012 World Series MVP Honors To Guy Zuccarello

Photo of Guy Zuccarello with blinder on Guy Zuccarello accomplished something no other Renegade has done in team history.  He was named the Defensive MVP of the 2012 World Series.  This was the 5th time in team history a Renegade had made a World Series all-star team, but the first time a Renegade had won the honor of MVP.  Before the tournament […] Continue reading →

Renegades Finish 9th in 2012 World Series

The 2012 World Series was in Ames Iowa  and the Renegades entered as the 6 seed, the best seed in team history.   In its six games, the Gades were 5-1 but brought the least amount of players in team history to a World Series.  Ames would see record high temperatures during the week as […] Continue reading →