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 […]
The man. The myth. The legend. The Donut Burger. Red Wilson field is not only home to the Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox, but perhaps one of the greatest inventive foods of all time: The Donut Burger. Located at the concessions stand, The Donut Burger has been being sold at Red Wilson since the 1990’s. This delectable […]
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 […]
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 […]
With the free admission and amazing atmosphere that the CCBL games provide, how is it that the league is so successful?
Falmouth Commodores catcher Shaun Chase tries out his hand at broadcasting while also putting reporter Gabrielle Lucivero’s British accent to the test in the final Not Talking Baseball of the 2014 season.
Jordan Tarsovich’s three RBI double broke open the game for the YD Red Sox and ultimately led them to the 10-4 victory over the Falmouth Commodores making the Red Sox the 2014 Cape League Champions. Tarsovich, the former temp player for YD, joined Gabrielle Lucivero after the win to talk about how this team progressed […]