Last day to order is Monday October 13, 2014!!
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We do have the permit for this Saturday. We will have March 7th off on that weekend we will schedule the overnight college visit to New England College, St. Joseph’s, and Green Mountain State College. Those interested should inbox me. Also during school vacation the BASE will be taking our student athletes to visit other colleges that participate in pur scholarship program make sure you take advantage of these opportunities.
Bring your completed registration with you on Saturday January 17th, 4:00 PM Salemwood School in Malden!
On Monday December 1, 2014 we held an event at the Dockside Riverview, Malden, MA. Angel Baseball took “Giant” steps forward. At our event, the City of Malden granted our program with a permit for indoor space. Now our athletes can continue to workout during winter months. Angel Baseball’s relationship with Boston’s The BASE organization reached a new level also. The BASE founder Robert Lewis Jr. and his team committed 1 million dollars in college scholarships to the Angel Baseball Giants. This is the start of something great! Our winter workouts will be open to all local young ballplayers. Our board will work hard to make the opportunity of going to college for all student athletes an obtainable one.
WATCH THE VIDEO BELOW!
As the 2014 season comes to an end. The Angel Giants travel north to be hosted by St.Joseph’s College in Rutland, VT. The Fighting Saints’ coach Bob Godlewski invited the Giants up to play a scrimmage homecoming weekend. The relationship stems from the scholarships landed by two Giants, Jovan Henriquez and Joey Tallent.
The game featured two Giants’ aces Jovan Henriquez for the Fighting Saints and Nick Powers for the Giants. Jovan pitched two strong innings facing 6 hitters and registering 6 outs with 3 strikeouts. But the tale of the story is Nick Powers pitching all nine innings for the Giants, a one hitter, with no runs scored, and 21 strikeouts. Leading the Giants to a win over the Fighting Saints 2-0.
After a thrilling weekend at the Lou Tompkins Allstars Tournament, the Giants have complete their amazing season with 15 Wins, 4 Losses and 1 tie.
It is not over yet.
Angel Baseball continues their summer playing with The Base League.