On Wednesday, July 15th, I had the pleasure of meeting CCBL and Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox alumni, Brad Stuart. Stuart played for Y-D in the summers of 1989 and 1990. Stuart currently resides in Alabama with his wife and two children, one of which is attending Samford University in the fall and will be pitching for […]
well… not that kind of fox.. This past week Fox College Sports came to Veterans Field to film the Chatham Anglers take on Bourne Braves and broadcast a game live! They had two broadcasters sitting up in the press box, and cameras set up all around the field. There was also a broadcaster by the dugout […]
What’s more Cape Cod than the sound of a wooden bat cracking as it rockets a baseball into play at a Cape Cod Baseball League game, or the taste of some homemade ice cream on a waffle cone? Nothing! It’s hard to go very far without finding an ice cream shop on the Cape, and […]
Yesterday, July 4th of 2015, marked my first Independence Day on the Cape. The only word I can think of to describe it was: America. As silly as that sounds, yesterday truly felt like the epitome of American culture all contained into one little section of the country. I’m going to take this post a […]
Will Toffey to play for Y-D Red Sox after long travel for College World Series.
Yesterday at the Harwich Mariners vs YD Red Sox game I was up in the press box. A family came up and started taking pictures of a picture hanging on the wall. I thought this was strange but assumed they had some explanation for their actions. Turns out the man on the wall was the woman’s father and she […]
By Tori Cotnoir The dictionary definition of a bat boy (or girl) is “a boy or girl who is employed to look after and retrieve bats during a baseball game and as a general assistant at other times.” Whereas this definition may seem trivial, the bat boys and girls make their job anything but trivial. While […]