Baseball | Majors
A competitive in-town league where players are drafted onto teams based on tryouts held each fall. Teams play on the 60-foot diamond (50' mound).
Each team will have a minimum of two 10 year old (max of 3) and maximum of six players at either of the 11 year-old or 12 year-old players.
This level is for 10-12 year-old players as of April 30th. Games are weekdays at 5:45 PM and Sunday afternoons at Westside Field.
Double Elimination Playoff Bracket | Spring 2021
In the penultimate night of the 2021 Majors regular season, three games vital for playoff seeding took place at Nutile. Two playoff seeds (#1 and #8) were settled but the remaining six seeds are all up for grabs on Wednesday in the final night of the regular season. A check of the record books has not…Read More
Thanks to the efforts of Joe Lawler’s junior maintenance crew and the coaching staffs of the teams, the C diamond was playable for the Diamondbacks and Padres in a Memorial Day evening game under the lights. Justin Guidara started for the Dbacks and Michael Condron for the Padres. The Padres struck in the bottom of the…Read More
As the the league rests over the holiday weekend, we can catch you up on the four games last Thursday and Friday below. But before we do, the regular season is winding down this week and we have eight games left on the schedule. The playoff seedings are begining to take shape. The statisticians tell…Read More
This TWIB Notes scribe took some time off over the last week to . . . coach and watch baseball. To catch you up on the league’s happenings we will go team by team over the eight day stretch from May 19 – 26. But, let’s start with the punchline. There is NFL style parity in…Read More
The Diamondbacks edged the A’s in a tight battle (10-9) on the C diamond that featured a two-way bonanza for Brett Daniels. The D’Backs got it going with 2 in the first and 6 more in the second. Will Brown and Cole Cassidy tripled to energize the rally. The A’s battled back with 2 in…Read More
At Nutile last night, the Orioles jumped out to an early 5 run lead on the Cardinals thanks to some offensive fire power from Brady Cedrone and River Maclin. Brendan Carson started on the hill for the O’s and went 5 1/3 solid innings. William Beach, Teddy Angel and Eli Krogmeier led a spirited Cardinals…Read More
Another three games filled Nutile on Friday night. The first was a rare Majors low scoring affair between the Athletics and the Orioles. The A’s used 2 hits from Nate Rotondi and some solid base running to get up 2-0 on the O’s. Jack Charchaflian went 4 strong innings for the A’s and gave up no runs. He…Read More
Three games filled the docket on Thursday at Nutile; at the end of the night the Majors had a three way tie at the top of the standings. Game 1 featured the White Sox vs. the Red Sox with young Jack Silberhorn facing off against William Fiorentino on the hill. The Red Sox struck first with…Read More
Wednesday night had only one game but it was a highly anticipated match-up between the undefeated (5-0) Dodgers and the talent-laden Padres. 12 year olds Luke Molloy and Brendan Bock started for the Pads and Dodgers, respectively. The Padres stayed with Molloy for 4 innings and 83 pitches while the Dodgers only kept Bock on…Read More
On Tuesday night, the White Sox and Cardinals faced off on Nutile C. Mitchell Collins toed the rubber for the Sox and William Beach for the Cards. The Cards jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the first thanks to a two out triple from Beach. The Sox would get going in the second when…Read More
Regular Season Standings
Game Recaps | Spring 2021
The Winchester 12U team played flawless baseball this weekend to win gold in the second Trophy Weekend of the Bay State Tournament, their second trophy of the summer and first gold trophy ever! The offense scored 17 runs over the…Read More
The Winchester 9u team picked up its second silver cup of the year in Trophy Weekend #2. Needing to save pitching arms for the upcoming Tournament of Champions, the team felt happy to split the weekend action and be in…Read More
On July 21st the Winchester 10U Bay State team captured first place in Round One of the Bay State Baseball Tournament Champions. The undefeated 8-0 Winchester team faced a fired-up Belmont squad intent on avenging two previous tournament losses to…Read More