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Somerset Baseball League, Somerset, MA

SBL Raider Summer Clinic !!!

Register now for our 3rd annual Somerset Baseball League Raider Clinic. The clinic will be conducted by SBRHS Head Coach Dennis Almeida and staff and will be held at the SBRHS, July 19 to 23 from 9:00am to 3:00pm. Cost is $200 a player for current Somerset Baseball League players and $250 a player for Non-Somerset Baseball League players. (Sibling Discounts Applicable).

This popular clinic is great way to further develop skills, knowledge of the game, teamwork and friendship.

*Check in starts daily @8:30am.

Click here to Register!

Calendar Raffle Winners!

Each week we will be announcing the daily calendar winners.  Winners are being contacted and will receive their prizes over the coming days.  Here are the winners thus far:

June 1 – Pam Plant – Target gift card
June 2 – Stacey Viveiros – Chili’s gift card
June 3 – Jeffrey Morais – Agoro’s gift card
June 4 – Paul Carvalho – Firestone Oil Change & O’Reilly Autoparts Car Wash set
June 5 – Erica Brito – Shaw’s Supermarket gift card
June 6 – Jennifer Stott – Fiesta Restaurant Gift Card
June 7 – Alexia Bouchard – Applebee’s Gift Card
June 8 – Sandy Beaudoin – Exxon/Mobil Gas Card
June 9 – Kaitlyn Gregoire – Target Gift Card
June 10 – Sue Faria – Barrett’s Ale House Gift Card
June 11 – Owen Rego – Farm Coast Market Gift Certificate
June 12 – Joyce Alexander – Cardi’s Gift Card
June 13 – Kristen Serpa – Walmart Gift Card
June 14 – Laurie Laliberte – Dunkin’ Gift Card
June 15 – Sara Farias – Piri Piri Gift Certificate
June 16 – Patty Dorsey – Gift Card Bonanza!
June 17 – Austin Burnieika G.E. – Longhorn Steakhouse Gift Card
June 18 – Deodata daSilva – Applebee’s Gift Certificate
June 19 – Jessica Brown – Stop & Shop Gift Card

Keep your calendars handy because there are still plenty of prizes left in our June calendar raffle!

As previously announced via e-mail, congratulations to our top sellers of our calendar raffle:

1st place – Kody Mattson – 60 calendars sold
2nd place – Owen Durocher – 55 calendars sold
3rd place - Jackson Levesque – 42 calendars sold

Congratulations also to our top selling teams in each division that will receive an ice cream party!

Minors – Red Sox
Rookie – Red Sox
Instructional – Phillies
Tee Ball – Orioles

Thank you to all for making our annual calendar fundraiser a success!

Players of the Week! Who "Wowed" us this week?

New Mask Update

The mask mandate has changed in Massachusetts for youth sports. Players are no longer required to wear a mask when playing outdoor sports. Coaches and Umpires are still required to wear masks until Saturday May 29th when all regulations regarding face coverings is lifted and all restrictions in place will end.

- Somerset Baseball League Board of Directors

Player Registration Guide

Registration is now closed for the Spring Season 2021!

Email SBL @ or Division Directors listed in the Board Members with questions. 


Register to Coach or Volunteer with SBL! You will be contacted at a later date for CORI checks and ID badge.


SBL can always use more help!  Coaches and "Team Parents" are needed.  The success of SBL depends on YOU!

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CONTACT Somerset Baseball League via EMAIL

Questions for SBL? Contact us via Email! (click the link below) 

Divisions And Field Directions


Minor Division; ages 9 and 10

Major Division; ages 11 and 12

Babe Ruth; 13 and up


South Complex; 50 Hot and Cold Lane Somerset, Ma. 02726



Rookie Division; ages 7 and 8


Pierce Field(Pierce Beach) ; 295 South St Somerset, Ma. 02726



Instructional Division; ages 5 (with Tee-ball experience) and all  6 yr-old players


Chace Field(Chace Street School); 538 Chace St Somerset, Ma. 02726



Tee Ball Division; ages 4 and 5 (generally for first- time players)

** If a player turns four in the months of May, June, July and August they are eligible to play tee ball **


Tee Ball Fields (Somerset Historical Society); 274 High St Somerset, Ma. 02726


Rezendes Sports Complex

62R Anthony St, Berkley, MA 02779


Fall Ball; divisions and ages to be determined


O'neill Field; 615 Brayton Point Rd Somerset, Ma. 02726Fall Ball;






Bat Buying Guide

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Baseball Glove Buying Guide

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Dingerville Times

Baseball satire

    Somerset Notables

    Name Yrs From To ASG G PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO BA OBP SLG OPS Yrs@School Drafted
    1 Greg Gagne 15 1983 1997 0 1798 6209 5673 712 1440 296 50 111 604 108 96 367 1121 .254 .302 .382 .684   1979-5
    2 Jerry Remy 10 1975 1984 1 1154 4963 4455 605 1226 140 38 7 329 208 99 356 404 .275 .327 .328 .656   1970-19
      Totals 25 1975 1997 1 2952
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    Why sports are important

    "One of my friends asked "Why do you pay so much money for your kids to do all their sports”? Well I have a confession to make; I don't pay for my kids to to do sports. Personally, I couldn't care less about what sport they do.

    So, if I am not paying for sports what am I paying for?

    - I pay for those moments when my kids become so tired they want to quit but don't.

    - I pay for those days when my kids come home from school and are "too tired" to go to their training but they go anyway.

    - I pay for my kids to learn to be disciplined, focused and dedicated.

    - I pay for my kids to learn to take care of their body and equipment.

    - I pay for my kids to learn to work with others and to be good team mates, gracious in defeat and humble in success.

    - I pay for my kids to learn to deal with disappointment, when they don't get that placing or title they'd hoped for, but still they go back week after week giving it their best shot.

    - I pay for my kids to learn to make and accomplish goals.

    - I pay for my kids to respect, not only themselves, but other riders, officials and coaches.

    - I pay for my kids to learn that it takes hours and hours, years and years of hard work and practice to create a champion and that success does not happen overnight.

    - I pay for my kids to be proud of small achievements, and to work towards long term goals.

    - I pay for the opportunity my kids have and will have to make life-long friendships, create lifelong memories, to be as proud of their achievements as I am.

    - I pay so that my kids can be out on the track instead of in front of a screen...

    ...I could go on but, to be short, I don't pay for sports; I pay for the opportunities that sports provides my kids with to develop attributes that will serve them well throughout their lives and give them the opportunity to bless the lives of others. From what I have seen so far I think it is a great investment!"