Our home field at Fort Trumbull is still not available to us after CT entered Phase 1 of their reopening. Phase 2 starts on June 20th but we don’t know yet if Fort Trumbull will allow us to play after that date. So, this means that our June 13th round robin match vs. Mudville (MA) BBC and the Westerly Quarrymen has been cancelled. We may try to reschedule a match with Westerly once we know what our season looks like. CT Day might happen on June 20th. I’ll post an update here once I know if that’s a confirmed date.
Due to the extension of the COVID-19 social distancing restrictions through May 20th, we’ve had to cancel our first practice and our scrimmage against the Connecticut College Baseball Club. Also, the Doc Adams Day of CT Base Ball on May 9th will be rescheduled to a later date as will our May 16th match with the Lisbon Tunnelmen. You can always find our current 2020 schedule here.
Our schedule for 2020 has been finalized.
You can see the schedule here.
Due to a field availability issue, our 3-team match with Woodstock and Wethersfield on May 18th will now be played at Fort Trumbull and our match with Woodstock on June 29th will now be on Woodstock Commons in Woodstock.
Our 2019 season schedule has been released!
Our season kicks off with CT Day, and event in Wethersfield, CT featuring all five CT vintage teams – CT Bulldogs, Lisbon Tunnelmen, Wethersfield Red Onion, and the Woodstock Hilltoppers and Thames, of course.
We will play home/away series with the other 4 CT vintage teams. Our home games are on June 22nd (Lisbon Tunnelmen), June 29 (Woodstock Hilltoppers), August 10 (CT Bulldogs) and September 7 (Wethersfield Red Onion). All of our matches are currently schedule to start at 11:00am on Saturdays.
Our season will conclude with the CT State Finals in Woodstock, CT (also including Lisbon, Wethersfield, and Woodstock).
Lastly, on October 13th (Sunday) selected members of the five CT vintage teams will be joined by players from all over the northeast for the Northeast Historic All-Star Series at Muzzy Field in Bristol, CT.