BASEBALL CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE TAKES A STEP FORWARD

Bristol Baseball Club’s plans to create a centre of excellence at Somerdale Pavilion in Keynsham received a major boost today through a £3800 grant from Baseball and Softball UK (BSUK). The club put in a bid earlier this year for the funds to help develop its field by adding dugouts, batting cages, a new back stop and additional fencing. In addition to the BSUK grant, the club is adding match…

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OVER 90 GAMES FOR CLUB’S PLAYERS THIS SEASON

Players from Bristol Baseball Club’s teams will be involved in over 90 games this coming season. The Badgers will be up against BC Vetra, SW Rebeldes and Bournemouth Bears in the British Baseball Federation’s (BBF) AAA South West Division, which is one level below the National Baseball League. The club’s top team kick off their season on Sunday 25th April with a friendly against Worcester Sorcerers at Somerdale Pavilion in…

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FIELD AND FACILITIES DEVELOPMENT – DONATE NOW

Bristol Baseball Club with formed in 2008 and currently has three mixed adult teams and a women’s team who play at our field at Somerdale Pavilion in Keynsham. The club is in the process of setting up a formal Under 16 youth section in 2021. Together we can help them.  As part of a five year development plan, the club is planning to improve facilities at Somerdale to provide the…

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FINANCIAL BOOST FOR REGION’S BASEBALL YOUNGSTERS

Bristol Baseball Club’s plans to start an Under 16 youth section next year has received a financial boost from the Postcode Community Trust, a grant-giving charity funded entirely by players of People’s Postcode Lottery.  A £1997.00 grant will go towards providing a range baseball equipment for the growing number of young people wanting to get involved in the sport and help the club set up teams at under 16, under,…

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BATS SHOT DOWN BY MUSKETS TO END PLAY OFF HOPES

Bristol Bats’ hopes of reaching the BBF A finals were dashed as they went down 23-7 to Taunton Muskets on Sunday. The Bats went behind early and couldn’t contain the Muskets’ offense with a late grand slam by the Muskets’ third baseman, Chris Chantrey, putting the game out of reach. “The Muskets were just too strong on the day but despite the final result, we can be pleased with the…

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