German Baseball · International Baseball

Munich-Haar Disciples and head coach part ways

German first Bundesliga club Munich-Haar Disciples announced on their website the club will part ways with head coach Don Freeman. Not because of the bad results but only because of important family matters he has to deal with. Despite a positive start of the season and the accomplishment of the goals set, the Disciples and… Continue reading Munich-Haar Disciples and head coach part ways

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Dutchies around the world, part 3

In this week’s edition of Dutchies around the world, we pay attention to Jonathan Schoop, Juremi Profar, Sicnarf Loopstok, Ademar Rifaela, and Wladimir Balentien. Jonathan Schoop Jonathan had a rusty start of the season as he only went 2 for 19 in his first six starts. Since then he is slowly recovering. From that low… Continue reading Dutchies around the world, part 3

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Dutchies around the world, Asia part 2

Today Roger Bernadina and Wladimir Balentien both played for their respective teams. Bernadina helped the Kia Tigers to win but Wladimir Balentien and his Yakult Swallows did have an off day. After yesterday’s convincing win, the Yakult Swallows fell to the Yokohama Baystars 6-1 Today.  Wladimir Balentien went 0 for 4 as he hit into a… Continue reading Dutchies around the world, Asia part 2

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Dutchies around the world, Asia part 1

While the MLB and MiLB seasons in the USA still have to start, the season has started in several Asian countries. In Japan, two Dutchies will see action this year and one will see action in Korea. Two Dutchies that will play in Japan in 2017 are Rick van den Hurk and Wladimir Balentien. During… Continue reading Dutchies around the world, Asia part 1

International Baseball · Major League Baseball · World Baseball Classic

The World Baseball Classic seems to be a keeper

With the attendance reaching more than a million and the USA winning it for the first time, the World Baseball Classic has made a serious point to stay alive. Last year there were some strong rumors about the event. It should make some serious money, otherwise, the 2017 edition would be the last. A few… Continue reading The World Baseball Classic seems to be a keeper

European baseball · European Cup · International Baseball

Schedule European Champions Cup released

The European Baseball Federation CEB has released the schedule of the upcoming European Champions Cup in Regensburg, Germany. The tournament will start on Wednesday, June 7th through Sunday, June 11th. The schedule of group A, in which Curacao Neptunus, with their new manager Ronald Jaarsma, will play, will look as follows: Wednesday, June 7: 11:00… Continue reading Schedule European Champions Cup released

European baseball · International Baseball

CBLE 2017: Antwerp Cavaliers

On January 5, 2017, the Antwerp Cavaliers presented their roster. Four persons on the roster could be found on it in 2016 as well. Two were on the Cavaliers staff and two were regular players with the Cavaliers, back then still in London. After a 2016 season with some problems in London, the CBLE decided… Continue reading CBLE 2017: Antwerp Cavaliers