Major League Baseball (MLB) has opened its first stand-alone store in Europe, with a retail location in Covent Garden, London. As the Postseason pennant races tighten down the stretch, the MLB Official Pop-Up Store will debut with a full spectrum of clothing and memorabilia from all 30 MLB Clubs.
BSUK is pleased to announce that high-quality broadcasts of the semi-final and final games at the Premier Nationals on 14 August, produced byWebcastSport, are now available to watch for free on bsuk.tv.
With summer almost properly upon us, it means just one thing—the return of the annual Carluccio’s staff softball programme! June 2 is also known as the National Day of Italy, and so it was the perfect day to launch the 2016 programme in the softball hotbed that is Hyde Park.
The 2015-16 League, which has run every Tuesday evening from 7-9 pm at the Lucozade Powerleague Trafford Sportsdome since October 2015 (with a short break for Christmas and new year) has been the most successful to date. With twelve teams competing for the title of League Champions and a Cup competition running alongside the league for the Autumn and Winter season.
An on-line lottery for sports teams, clubs and leagues called Give and Win has been set up by the Sport & Recreation Alliance, and softball and baseball are two of a small number of sports currently piloting the scheme.
BaseballSoftballUK unveiled its new Hit the Pitch development programme to partners and stakeholders at an event hosted in the BSUK offices yesterday evening in Central London.
BaseballSoftballUK is seeking a creative partner for the Hit The Pitch programme brand design. Interested parties should submit tenders by 5pm on Friday, 07 November 2014.
BSUK, BBF and BSF have announced the tender process for becoming the official ball supplier to British baseball and softball 2015-17.
BaseballSoftballUK is seeking an official equipment supplier for its Hit The Pitch programme in 2015.
London Mayor Boris Johnson was the star attraction at the London launch of the Coca-Cola Zero ParkLives programme. Hundreds of members of the public and press gathered around Boris as he prepared to hit pitches thrown by the Mayor of Newham Sir Robin Wales.