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Sunday, April 2
1 p.m.: Red Sox @ Rockies
4 p.m. Mets @ Braves
7 p.m.: Marlins @ Yankees
Tuesday, April 4
6:45 p.m.: Orioles @ Nationals
Wednesday, April 5
6:45 p.m.: Padres @ Dodgers
Sunday, April 9
Easter: No Games Schedule
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.