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Zack Hample: The Ballhawk

Johnny Evered, July 4, 2015

Now how, out of all the people, did ballhawk, Zack Hample catch Alex Rodriguez’s 3000th hit which was a home run? This is a question that I have been asking myself as Hample seems to be a magnet for baseballs. Zack Hample, a baseball enthusiast, caught A-Rod’s 3000th hit at Yankee Stadium on June 19th. Initially, he declined to give it back. “I have never sold a ball in my life and I...
The Amazin' Steven Matz

Johnny Evered, July 3, 2015

Have a day, Steven Matz! The Mets' stud rookie proved last Sunday that the Mets have a new potential star in their starting rotation. The 24-year old lefty was called up from Triple-A Las Vegas last week to make his MLB debut for New York. Mat'z entire family was present to see him take on the Cincinnati Reds. This was a special day for the Matz family but later on, it would become a historic a...
Gothams in Patterson | Westside Park, Paterson 6-6-15 – 2 Games 1864 Rules

Charles Klasman, July 2, 2015

The early hours of the day threatened to rain on the event. But at Paterson’s Westside Park the park staff, the food vendor and the Gothams set up for a match with the Brooklyn Atlantics. The site is not far from the Great Falls and Hinchliff Stadium built in 1932 and home field for the Negro League team the New York Black Yankees. Players like Josh Gibson, Cool Papa Bell and Hall of Famer, Larr...
2015 Prospects Shine in the Early Going

Nakeem Grant, June 15, 2015

The MLB’s top prospects in 2015 have fueled their respective teams through the early portion of the season. All of them have added a new flare to the game at the plate, in the field and on the mound. Chicago Cubs outfielder, Kris Bryant had a huge splash on the major league scene, batting .318 in his first month at the MLB level. Bryant’s first big league homer was one of the deepest ho...



Sussex County Miners Win Their Season Opener, 4-1

Chris Masucci, June 15, 2015

This Memorial Day saw the opening game of the Sussex County Miners at the gates of Skylands Stadium. The people of northern NJ flocked to see the new team take on the New Jersey Jackals in an exciting opening game that ended with a Miners victory, 4-1. The crowded stadium sat over 2,000 people as the Miners took to the field and gained an early lead over the Jackals with Johnny Bladel hitti...
Life and Baseball with Ed Randall

Nakeem Grant, May 19, 2015

Renaissance painter Leonardo Da Vinci once said, “Knowing is not enough, we must apply. Being willing is not enough, we must do.” We have to apply ourselves and take action, especially when it’s for a good cause. Sports broadcaster, TV/radio personality, renowned author and prostate cancer survivor, Ed Randall has taken this quote to heart applying it to his everyday life. Ed Randall ...
An Interview with MLB.com’s Prospect Expert, Jonathan Mayo

Johnny Evered, May 19, 2015

I am greatly honored to announce that I had the pleasure of interviewing the one and only, Jonathan Mayo! Mayo has been one of MLB.com's top reporters when it comes to Minor League Baseball prospects since 1999. This interview was conducted prior to start of the 2015 MLB season. Enjoy! Evered: B3, how did you come to giving your baseball blog that name? Mayo: I wanted it to be something ...
Q & A with New York Gotham Base Ball Club manager, Charles Klasman

Johnny Evered, April 22, 2015

Charles Klasman is the manager of the New York Gotham Base Ball Club, a club that originated back in 1865! Fun fact: The Civil War was coming to a conclusion when the Gotham Base Ball Club was founded. I had the pleasure of conducting a Q & A interview with the gracious Mr. Klasman! If you enjoy what you’ve read, please help the club by visiting their website and potentially making a donation or...


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The Bergenfield Baseball Program

Chris Masucci, March 19, 2015

America’s classic sport of baseball is still alive in the town of Bergenfield, NJ. Sign-ups have begun for recreational baseball and already kids are getting ready for the upcoming season. The Bergenfield program is split into three divisions with junior league covering kids ages 13 and 14, senio...
Gotham Base Ball Club 2015 Preview

Charles Klasman, March 17, 2015

Press Release Release Date: 3/10/15 Release Status: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Press Contacts: Ben Levinsohn (Collector) benlevinsohn@gmail.com Charles Klasman (Bugs) Chazbot@optonline.net March 10, 2015 The Gotham Base Ball Club has posted its 2015 schedule...
Rebuilding Red Sox Sign Cuban Star

Johnny Evered, March 12, 2015

The Boston Red Sox made more noise in the offseason when they signed the switch-hitting Cuban powerhouse, Yoan Moncada two weeks ago. Boston just continues to retool their team after finishing last in the AL East in 2014. The 19-year-old Cuban outfielder will have the largest signing bonus in MLB hi...
Rags to Riches? The New-and-Improved San Diego Padres in Review

Johnny Evered, March 12, 2015

Out of all 30 MLB teams, hundreds of thousands of baseball fans are ecstatic to catch a glimpse of the new-and-improved San Diego Padres. Multiple sources reported that the Padres have been, "hyperactive" ever since the arrival of new general manager, A.J. Preller. The Padres have now played ...
Minnie “Mr. White Sox” Miñoso, Gone at the Age of 90

Nakeem Grant, March 3, 2015

The city of Chicago has lost another sports legend this year. Former MLB left fielder, Minnie Miñoso passed away Sunday at the age of 90. Miñoso played with four different MLB teams but he spent 12 seasons with the Chicago White Sox and earned the nickname, “Mr. White Sox.” Miñoso was ...
Bruno Franco: The Truth About Youth Baseball

Joe Nardini, March 3, 2015

When Bruno Franco, President of the Westchester Baseball Association, speaks about youth baseball, you can believe every word he says. For the past half century he has watched how the landscape and attitudes that define youth baseball have transformed a serene, national pastime into a callous, natio...
Frank Lo Piccolo – Brooklyn GNYSAA: Keeping it for the Kids

Joe Nardini, March 2, 2015

Speaking with Frank Lo Piccolo of the Brooklyn, NY based Our Lady of Grace/Gravesend Athletic Association (OLG/GAA), you would think that the fate of youth baseball – or any other youth sport for that matter – lies at the mercy of parents who just “don’t want to take the time out to do thing...
Baseball in the Northeast

Nakeem Grant, February 12, 2015

I don’t think there’s anything that can truly compare to playing baseball in the northeast region of America. From personal experience, I can tell you that I have played or practiced in nearly every weather condition. The northeast can feature scorching heat, bitter coldness, gusting winds and r...

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