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Wednesday, May 31
6:45 p.m.: Padres @ Nationals
Sunday, June 4
1 p.m.: Yankees @ Mets
4 p.m.: Marlins @ Red Sox
7 p.m.: Braves @ Rockies
Tuesday, June 6
6:45 p.m.: Dodgers @ Padres
Wednesday, June 7
6:45 p.m.: Nationals @ Orioles
Sunday, June 11
1 p.m.: Yankees @ Rockies
4 p.m.: Braves @ Red Sox
7 p.m.: Marlins @ Mets
5.30.2023- 5.31.2023 | Week 13
Wilson leads Orioles past Dodgers
Orioles 9, Dodgers 3: Jeff Wilson pitched a complete game and went 4-for-4 to lead the Orioles over the Dodgers Tuesday night at Kafer Park.
5.23.2023- 5.24.2023 | Week 12
Dodgers take advantage of errors to beat Nationals, 10-2; Padres hand Orioles first loss
Dodgers 10, Nationals 2: Shawn Ryan drove in two runs and scored two runs, and the Dodgers took advantage of errors by scoring eight unearned runs to beat the Nationals Tuesday night at Kafer Park.
Padres 7, Orioles 5: Mike Arico held the Orioles to three earned runs over seven innings, and the Padres got out of a bases-load, Orioles' comeback attempt in the seventh to hand the Orioles their first loss of the season Wednesday night at Kafer Park.
From the Commissioner ...
One of our baseball brothers lost a child this week to a lifelong illness. Randy Mason, a player on the Orioles and who has played in the league for many years, lost his 13-year-old son, Alex Paul Mason.
Please keep Randy and his family in your thoughts and prayers.
For visitation and funeral information, click here.
5.16.2023 | Week 11
Orioles dominate Nationals to stay undefeated; Dodgers pound Padres
Orioles 15, Nationals 4: Jeff Wilson went 3-for-3 with four runs scored and three RBIs, and three Orioles' pitchers held the Nationals to six hits and four runs as the Orioles stayed undefeated with a win Tuesday at Kafer Park.
Dodgers 23, Padres 2: Wayne Brown went 3-for-5 and drove in three runs, and Teddy Cardenas held the Padres to one run while pitching four innings of relief, as the Dodgers pounded the Padres Wednesday at Kafer Park.
5.23.2023 | Week 10
Marlins club 3 HRs to get first win of season; Braves, Mets win later games
Marlins 6, Yankees 3: Matthew Williams hit two home runs and Kelby Brooks hit one as the Marlins got their first victory of the season Sunday at Kafer Park.
Braves 8, Mets 7: With the Mets leading 7-3 going into the sixth inning, the Braves scored four runs to tie the score and added a run in the seven to complete the comeback win.
Rockies 9, Red Sox 0: Bill Little hit a three-run homer in the first inning and then combined with Sam Ward to hold the Red Sox to two hits as the Rockies shutout the Red Sox, 9-0, Sunday night at Kafer Park.
5.2.2023 - 5.3.2023 | Week 9
Orioles stay undefeated with 6-3 win over Padres
Orioles 6, Padres 3: Jeff Wilson held the Padres to five hits and no earned runs over six innings, and Randy Mason went 3-for-3 and scored two runs as the Orioles beat the Padres Tuesday night at Kafer Park.
Dodgers 11, Nationals 6: Shawn Ryan went 3-for-4 with four runs scored and Doug Amerson went 2-for-4 with two RBIs to lead the Dodgers over the Nationals Wednesday night at Kafer Park.
5.7.2023 | Week 9
Rockies stay undefeated with sixth-inning rally to beat Mets
Rockies 6, Mets 3: Bill Little broke a 3-3 tie in the sixth inning with a solo home run over the center field fence to lead the Rockies over the Mets.
Red Sox 15, Marlins 4: Ben Woessner held the Marlins to one run over four innings, and he went 2-for-3 with two RBIs and two runs scored to lead the Red Sox past the Marlins.
Braves 2, Yankees 0: Dakotah Thomas came on in relief in the second inning and held the Yankees to one hit while striking out 10.
35+ Fall season registration is open
While the spring/summer season of the 35+ Division is almost halfway over, the ECABL is getting a jump on the fall season by opening registration now.
The season, which begins July 18, will be 12 games, with all games played on Tuesday and Wednesday nights. The cost is $144.
Players must be 35 years old or older by the season-opening game. Current players range in age from 35 to 70.
The league will hold a tryout for all new players on Thursday, June 15. Following the tryout, managers will hold a closed-door draft of free agents to form teams. Players will be notified in the days following the draft.
Registration for the 18+ fall season will be announced at a later date.
Click here to register for the 35+ Division fall season.
4.25.2023 - 4.26.2023 | Week 8
Dodgers hold off late rally, beat Padres 9-5
Dodgers 9, Padres 5: Shawn Ryan hit a two-run homer, and the Dodgers withstood a sixth-inning rally to beat the Padres Tuesday night.
Orioles 22, Nationals 2: The Nationals kept the game close until the third inning, when the Orioles scored 13. The Orioles added four more in the fourth on a grand slam by Travis Wynne. The came was called after four innings due to rain.
New baseball, softball training facility set to open
Local baseball and softball players may have a new home away from home beginning this weekend when the Crib, a new indoor training facility in New Bern, will have its grand opening.
The Crib has one batting cage but will expand to two cages in the next few weeks, said owner Alex Vizcarronndo, a former ECABL player. The air-conditioned facility also includes a pitching mound, an area to take ground balls, a stretching area and a meeting room that teams or leagues can use for meetings.
The grand opening of the facility will be at 10 a.m. Saturday. Along with the facility being open, there will be hot dogs and games of cornhole for people who want to stop by and take a look.
The facility will be open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturdays and from 4 to 8 p.m. weekdays. Those hours will expand once school ends next month.
The Crib will offer memberships for $40 a month, or players can stop in and pay $15 for a two-hour visit, said Vizcarrondo. Two-hour team practices can be scheduled for $15 per player.
The Crib is located at 3321 Neuse Blvd. in New Bern. For more information, stop by the grand opening.
4.23.2023 | Week 7
Hernandez's homer leads Braves; Amerson shuts down Marlins; Red Sox ralley tops Mets
Braves 2, Yankees 1: Pablo Hernandez hit a two-run homer in the fourth inning, and two Braves pitchers held the Yankees scoreless until the sixth inning.
Rockies 10, Marlins 0: Adam Amerson struck out 16 and held the Marlins to two hits, and Bill Little lauched a two-run homer in the fourth inning.
Red Sox 4, Mets 2: Tyler Smith doubled home a run and Ben Woessner singled in two more in a three-run, sixth inning to propel the Red Sox past the Mets.
4.18/4.19, 2023 | Week 7
Braves doomed by defense; Nationals get first win
Orioles 7, Dodgers 2: Eight errors led to five runs, and Jeff Wilson tossed a complete game as the Orioles stayed unbeaten.
Nationals 23, Padres 9: The Padres entered the sixth inning down by only two runs, but five pitchers combined to walk eight batters, hit two batters and give up four hits that led to 15 runs and a Nationals win.
Week 6: Mets, Braves, Rockies each win tight games
Mets 6, Marlins1: Kyle ONeal tossed a complete game, giving up four hits and one earned run while striking out 16, as the Mets topped the Marlins.
Braves 4, Red Sox 0: Armando Estrada gave up three hits over five innings and Dakotah Thomas struck out six in two innings as the Braves moved to 2-2 on the season.
Rockies 6, Yankees 5: Dom Totten's three-run blast in the sixth inning brought the Yankees to within one run, but the comeback ended as Bill Little struck out two of the final three batters and the Rockies edged the Yankees.
Week 6: 9-run first inning dooms Nationals as Dodgers win
Dodgers 13, Nationals 9: Shawn Ryan and Teddy Cardenas each went 3-for-4, and Doug Amerson and John Peterson combined to hold the Nationals to three earned runs.
Orioles 6, Padres 1: The Orioles scored one run in the seventh to push the game to extra innings and scored five runs in the eighth inning to beat the Padres Wednesday night at Kafer Park.
Week 5: Wynne's 3-run homer caps Orioles win over Nationals
Orioles 16, Nationals 3: The Orioles' offense pounded out 22 hits, and Orioles' pitchers held the Nationals to six hits as they remained unbeaten with a 16-3 win over the Nationals Tuesday at Kafer Park.
Padres 9, Dodgers 8: Both teams made six costly errors, but the Padres took advantage the most and squeezed out an extra-inning win over the Dodgers Wednesday at Kafer Park.
Week 5: Braves, Yankees pick up first win; Rockies move to 3-0
Rockies 7, Red Sox 4: Adam Amerson, Jordan Nobles and Bill Little each hit homer runs to power the Rockies past the Red Sox Sunday.
Braves 3, Mets 1: Armando Estrada gave up one earned run and struck out 18 as the Braves topped the Mets Sunday.
Yankees 6, Marlins 0: Jayson Melendez threw a shutout and struck out 12 as the Yankees picked up their first win of the season.
Week 4: Padres make big comeback, beat Nationals, 22-13
Padres 22, Nationals 13: The Padres gave up 12 runs in the first inning, but the offense got going and used a big third inning to beat the Nationals.
Dodgers vs Orioles: Postponed due to field conditions related to weather. The game will be made up later this season.
Week 4: Sunday's games postponed
Games scheduled for Sunday, March 26, were postponed due to weather. The games will be rescheduled at the end of the season.
Week 3: Orioles stay undefeated, Dodgers get first win
Orioles 19, Padres 9: Randy Mason and Chris Drake each had three hits, and Kevin Vandandt drove in four runs and scored three as the Orioles beat the Padres, 19-9, Tuesday night at Kafer Park.
Dodgers 14, Nationals 8: The Dodgers took advantage of 11 Nationals walks to score 14 runs and record their first win of the season -- and their first win since transitioning from the Braves last season to the Dodgers this season
Week 3: Mets, Rockies, Red Sox come away with wins Sunday
Mets 5, Braves 2: Four Mets pitchers held the Braves to two runs, and the Mets used a late rally to win the team's inaugural game in the league.
Rockies 13, Marlins 0: Bill Little crushed a two-run homer over the center field fence and tossed five shutout innings as the Rockies coasted to a win over the Marlins.
Red Sox 5, Yankees 4: It was almost a game of who didn't want it the most as each team made crucial errors to hand the game to the other team, but the Red Sox got out of a bases loaded jam in the bottom of the seventh to secure the win.
Week 2: Orioles score 15 in easy win over Nationals
Orioles 15, National 1: Johnny Tripp and Kevin Vanzandt each drove in three, and Vandandt held the National to four hits over six innings as the Orioles topped the National, 15-1, Wednesday night at Kafer Park.
Sunday's games postponed due to weather
Games on Sunday, March 12, were postponed due to weather and field conditions. An updated schedule of games will posted this week. This updated schedule will include the league's sixth team, the Mets, and will eliminate bye weeks for all teams.
Changes to next week's games already have been posted.
Tuesday's game postponed
Tonight's game between the Dodgers and Padres has been postponed due to field conditions related to weather. The game will be made up at the end of the season.
Week 1: Rockies top Yankees, Red Sox hold off Braves
Rockies 7, Yankees 2: Sam Ward led off the game with an opposite-field home run, and Bill Little hit a two-run homer two batters later to lead the Rockies to a 7-2 win over the Yankees. Adam Amerson struck out 12 and gave up two hits in five innings to pick up the win.
Red Sox 12, Braves 8: The Red Sox scored six runs in the first inning and held off a late rally to beat the Braves, 12-8, Sunday at Kafer Park.
Week 1: Wilson, Vanzandt, Whitford lead Orioles to big win over Dodgers
Orioles 18, Dodgers 4: Jeff Wilson and Kevin Vanzandt each drove in four runs, and J.P. Whitford gave up one earned run while tossing a complete game as the Orioles pounded the Dodgers, 18-4 Tuesday night at Kafer Park.
Padres vs Nationals: Padres defeat Nationals by forfeit.
Draft complete; late-registering players may still be added to teams
The East Carolina Amateur Baseball League held a free agent tryout on Sunday and manager drafted available players. Players still wishing to join a team should register, and, if there is an open roster position, they will be considered.
Opening day for the 18+ Division will be Sunday, March 5, and the 35+ Division kicks off its season Tuesday, March 7.
Teams in each division will play a 15-game schedule, and they will cap the season off with a championship tournament. Registration is $180 per player. Players who wish to play in both divisions and are age-eligible, can register for both divisions for $300. Registration does not include uniform costs.
To register, or for more information about the upcoming season, click here.
From the Commissioner ...
Happy Thanksgiving from your commissioner. Thank you for participating in our league. We have a relatively new board, and we will be adding some teams this upcoming year.
The board and I have the highest degree of enthusiasm, jumping at the opportunity to make this the best league ever.
The ECABL wishes you the happiest of holidays (and a Merry Christmas). Stay tuned for upcoming announcements.