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Sunday's Games


1 p.m.: Rockies @ Braves

4 p.m.: Red Sox @ Orioles

7 p.m.: Yankees @ Cubs

Wednesday, May 25

35-and-Older Division

7 p.m.: Braves @ Nationals

Rockies come from behind to win; Orioles, Yankees cruise to wins to keep pace

Yankees, 9 Braves 5: The Yankees used a six-run first inning and took advantage of 15 walks to beat the Braves, 9-5, Sunday at Kafer Park.

Orioles 7, Cubs 1: Hatteras Brooks held the Cubs to two hits and struck out 11 over seven innings to lead the Orioles past the Cubs.

Rockies 10, Red Sox 3: The Rockies scored seven runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to come from behind to beat the Red Sox.

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Upcoming Games

Sunday, June 5

1 p.m.: Yankees @ Red Sox

4 p.m.: Orioles @ Rockies

7 p.m.: Braves @ Cubs

Wednesday, June 8

35-and-Older Division

7 p.m.: National @ Braves

Sunday, June 12

1 p.m.: Orioles @ Yankees

4 p.m.: Braves @ Red Sox

7 p.m.: Rockies @ Cubs

Mills hits 3 homers, drives in 7 to lead Orioles over Braves

Orioles 13, Braves 5: Parker Mills hit a three-run, first-inning homer and added two more home runs later as the Orioles pounded the Braves Sunday at Kafer Park.

Rockies 7, Yankees 0: Sam Ward had a no-hitter through five innings, and two more Rockies pitchers combined to shutout the Yankees Sunday at Kafer Park.

Red Sox 21, Cubs 7: The Cubs took a 6-0 lead in the top of the first inning with the help of a Zach Scudder home run, but the Red Sox took control with 12 runs in the third and fourth innings on their way to an easy win.

Week 7: Rockies, Orioles, Red Sox cruise

Rockies 17, Cubs 6: Kyle Dupas went 5-for-5, scored three runs and drove in two to lead the Rockies over the Cubs Sunday.

Orioles 7, Yankees 2: Hatteras Brooks hit a first-inning, three-run homer, and that's all the Orioles needed to top the Yankees Sunday.

Red Sox 26, Braves 5: Matt Forman went 4-for-5 and drove in five runs to help the Red Sox pummel the Braves Sunday.

35-and Older: Nationals come from behind, beat Braves in ground-breaking ECABL game

The National overcame a first-inning, five-run deficit to beat the Braves 13-10 in the inaugural ECABL 35 and Older Division game.

After the Braves scored five runs in the bottom of the first inning, the National chipped away at the lead for a couple of innings before taking the lead in the fourth inning.

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Week 6: McSorley, Yankees walk-off, Braves and Orioles win slug fests

Braves 23, Cubs 5: Shawn Ryan went 4-for-4 and drove in four runs, and Wayne Brown drove in four runs on three hits as the Braves topped the Cubs, 23-5, Sunday at Kafer Park.

Yankees 6, Red Sox 4: Cameron McSorley hit a walk-off, two-run homer to lead the Yankees over the Red Sox, 6-4, Sunday at Kafer Park.

Orioles 19, Rockies 9: Randy Mason drove in five runs and Brock Rouse drove in three as the Orioles hand the Rockies their first defeat of the season, 19-9, Sunday at Kafer Park.

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Week 5: Rockies now 5-0; Orioles win third in a row

Rockies 13, Braves 2: Bill Little hit a three-run homer and Patrick Ball hit a two-run homer, and Landon Vick held the Braves to two runs over four innings to lead the Rockies to a 13-2 win over the Braves Sunday.

Orioles 13, Red Sox 5: Hatteras Brooks, Parker Mills and Gabriel Brown each hit home runs, and three Orioles pitchers held the Red Sox to six hits as the Orioles topped the Red Sox, 13-5, Sunday at Kafer Park.

Yankees 16, Cubs 9: Chris Griffin drove in four runs and Cameron McSorley drove in two and scored two as the Yankees went on to beat the Cubs, 16-9.

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Week 4: Rockies remain undefeated; Orioles, Yankees win

Rockies 15, Red Sox 10: The Rockies jumped out to an 11-0 lead in the top of the second inning and held on for the win behind three RBI days by Sam Ward and Brandon Bowden

Yankees 8, Braves 3: The Braves held the game close the whole way, but the three runs the Yankees scored in the first inning were all they needed.

Orioles 14, Cubs 2: Five Orioles pitchers held the Cubs to two runs, and Brandon Cherry and Randy Mason each drove in three runs as the Orioles move to .500 with their second consecutive win.

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Week 3: Rockies remain undefeated; Red Sox, Orioles get first win

Red Sox 10, Cubs 6: Randy Lopez stole five bases and scored three runs, and Adam Schoch pitched 2 2/3 innings of no-hit relief as the Red Sox held on to beat the Cubs, 10-6, Sunday at Kafer Park.

Orioles 11, Braves 3: Hatteras Brooks held the Braves to two hits over five innings, while striking out 11 as the Orioles cruised to an 11-3 win Sunday at Kafer Park.

Rockies 8, Yankees 0: Sam Ward hits a solo home run to lead off the game, Brandon Bowden hit a two-run shot in the sixth inning, and Bill Little held the Yankees hitless over six innings as the Rockies shutout the Yankees, 8-0, Sunday night at Kafer Park.

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Week 2: Rockies, Yankees stay undefeated

Rockies 33, Cubs 1: The Rockies scored 18 runs in the first inning, and Avery Brunni and Brandon Bowden held the Cubs to one run Saturday in a game that ended after five innings due to the league time limit.

Yankees 13, Orioles 2: Dan Thompson held the Orioles to one earned run over six innings while striking out nine to lead the Yankees past the Orioles Saturday at Kafer Park.

Red Sox-Braves: The Red Sox and Braves game that was postponed from last Sunday is scheduled to be made up Saturday, May 7 -- the day before Mother's Day.

Week 1: Rockies shutout Orioles in ECABL season-opener

Rockies 11, Orioles 0: Bill Little threw seven shutout innings and drove in two runs to lead the Rockies to an 11-0 win over the Orioles Sunday at Kafer Park.

Braves 22, Cubs 4: Shawn Ryan had four hits and drove in six runs to power the Braves past the Cubs Sunday at Kafer Park.

Yankees 5, Red Sox 1: Chris Griffin doubled in a run, and four Yankees pitchers held the Red Sox to six hits and one run as the Yankees topped the Red Sox, 5-1, Sunday.

Game casting will start this weekend

We will add a new feature this week, so that players, family members or friends at home can keep track of each game as it is going on. The app that we use to keep score, iScore, comes with game casting ability. This weekend, we will cast the Saturday games, and possibly all three games on Sunday. If a game is not cast live, it will be entered following the game, and players or family members can watch a "replay" of the game later.

This is a new feature, so be patient as we work out the kinks. This Saturday will be the first extended test that we will do, and you are invited to watch us "stick the landing" or "face plant." We're hoping for something in between, and we hope to do better each week.

If you watch through a computer, you will need nothing to view the casting -- it is done through the web browser. If you are using a mobile device, you will have to download a free app to do it. There are game casting links in a few places on the website already. Clicking on the game will show you that the game has not started yet, but if you do that with a mobile device, you should be given information on how to get the app to view the game.

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Opening Day set for Sunday

While Major League Baseball is in the midst of a lockout, and Spring Training games have been postponed, the East Carolina Amateur Baseball League will open its 18-and-older division season on Sunday, March 6, with a slate of three games.

The ECABL defending champion Rockies will host the Orioles at 1 p.m. in a rematch of last season's championship game. The Braves will host the Cubs at 4 p.m. and the Red Sox will host the Yankees at 7 p.m.

The ECABL is still registering players for its 35-and-older division. Games for that division are expected to begin April 13.

The wooden-bat, fast-pitch baseball league has been in existence since 2016, providing baseball for players ages 18 and older.

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ECABL begins registration for 35-and-Older

The East Carolina Amateur Baseball League has begun registration for its 35-and-Older season, which will begin April 6.

The league has been in existence since 2016, providing baseball for players ages 18 and older. This year, the league will expand, offering its traditional 18-and-older season, which begins March 6, and then adding a 35-and-Older season, beginning April 6.

Players must be 35 or older on or before the first game of the season to play. Registration will continue until March 1. Managers will draft teams on March 8, and play will begin on April 6. Games are expected to be on Wednesday nights. The cost is $100 for an eight-game season. The fee does not include uniform costs.

Click here to register for either the 35-and-Older or 18-and-Older seasons.

Getting Wiser...

These players are gaining another year of experience.
  • Parker Mills | Orioles | Thursday, April 21

  • J.P. Whitford | Orioles | Thursday, May 12

  • Dan Ventry | Braves | Sunday, May 15

  • John Peterson | Braves | Wednesday, May 25

  • Randy Mason | Orioles | Wednesday, May 25

  • Jordan Nobles | Rockies | Thursday, June 2

  • Brian Willis | Braves | Tuesday, June 7

  • Christopher Sireci | Cubs | Friday, June 9

  • Avery Brunni | Rockies | Tuesday, June 14

  • Brandon Cherry | Saturday, June 18

  • Michael Alcala | Saturday, June 18

  • Steve Billings | Saturday, June 18

  • Kyle Dupas | Sunday, June 19

  • Andre Perez | Thursday, June 23

  • Nathan Johnson | Monday, June 27

  • Michael Gleason | Wednesday, June 29