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Somerset Baseball League, Somerset, MA

Fall Skills and Scrimmages 2021

Announcing Skills and Scrimmages for Fall 2021.

Skills and Scrimmages is free to all SBL members and will take place from September 20th and end the last week of October.  This program will focus on skills and drills followed by a short informal game. 

Age groups include: 

Rookie Division - Ages 6 to 8 

Minor Division  -  Ages 9 & 10

Minors will play Monday Night's starting 9/20 and Rookie Tuesday Night's starting 9/21 at the South Complex. If your player was registered for Summer Sandlot they are already on the roster for the fall, just show up and have fun!

To add your player to the fall roster please contact Frank Baptista at fbaptistajr@yahoo.com for Rookie,  or John Rocha at nomarocha@yahoo.com for Minors.

See you on the field!

Player Registration Guide

Registration is now closed for the Spring Season 2021!

Email SBL @ somersetbaseball02726@hotmail.com or Division Directors listed in the Board Members with questions. 

REGISTER TO COACH OR VOLUNTEER FOR THE SPRING 2021 SEASON !

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

COACHES AND VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!!!

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

Field;

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

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Rookie Division; ages 7 and 8

Field;

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

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

Field;

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

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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 **

Field;

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

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Fall Ball; divisions and ages to be determined

Field;

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

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    Somerset Notables

    Rk
    Name Yrs From To ASG G PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO BA OBP SLG OPS   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
    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
                 

     

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