Excellence In Amateur Baseball Since Eisenhower Was President
its inception in 1960, The Cranberry Baseball League has provided a venue for
the area’s best amateur, collegiate and former professional players, coaches
and umpires in Southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island. The Cranberry league
is a “wooden bat” league. The Cranberry League is a member of the
American Amateur Baseball Congress (AABC) and competes in the "Stan Musial"
Division. 2014 marks the 55th Season for the CBL.
2014 marks the 55th Season for the CBL.
Originally founded by Connie Spillane, who passed away in November 2003. Connie was the driving force behind amateur baseball in the area for over 70 years. The League currently consists of seven teams in a geographical area that stretches from Braintree in the north, Plymouth in the south and Weymouth in the east to Easton in the west. The level of competition has been and continues to be extremely high.
The League regular season schedule runs from Memorial Day through mid-July. The Top 2 teams will compete in the "AABC Stan Musial" tournament . This year's baseball schedule will include:
President's All Star Tournament
"AABC Stan Musial" tournament:
the years, the Cranberry League has excelled against its peers. In eighteen of the
last twenty-one years, a CBL team has won the State Championship in the American
Amateur Baseball Congress (Stan Musial) Tournament. The Huskies, White Sox
and the Weymouth Elks have also won the North Atlantic Championship and have
finished as high as 2nd in the World Series.
League Business or Information
Schedule Changes & Game Incidents
The CBL holds a tryout the 2nd weekend in May. Check the website in April for details and sign-up.
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