Walt Mortimer has been with the Boston Park League for 65 years, from the league’s greatest player, to a star league administrator. And now his likeness has been recreated in an alternate Boston Park League logo. Read more
Tonight, we will honor Walt Mortimer, who is retiring after 65 years of service to the Boston Park League with both the Red Johnson Alumni Award and the President’s Award. The key word in the 1st award is ‘Alumni’, and no one has done more for the Boston Park League than Walt Mortimer since he hung up his spikes 50 years ago. Read more
Watch as the 2018 ADSL squad takes home their first Boston Park League Championship since 2001, defeating TJO by a score of 3-2 in exciting Game 7. Read more
The 7th Annual Eastern Massachusetts Amateur Baseball Classic was played Saturday, July 14th at Monan Park at UMass Boston. This event featured All Star teams from each of the 4 amateur baseball leagues in the Boston area: Boston Park League, Cranberry League, Intercity League, Yawkey League.
On September 27, 2017, TJO Sports received the BoSox Championship Trophy at the annual BoSox Luncheon at the Hilton Boston Dedham. As the Boston Park League 2017 Champions, it was their honor! Read more
The defending champions of the Boston Park League, North Shore Baseball League, Central New England Baseball Association, Cranberry Baseball League, Yawkey Baseball League and Intercity Baseball League will compete in a single elimination tournament to kick off the 2017 season. Read more
The 6th Annual Eastern Massachusetts Amateur Baseball Classic will be Saturday, July 8th at Monan Park at UMass Boston. This event will feature All Star teams from each of the 4 amateur baseball leagues in the Boston area: Boston Park League, Cranberry League, Intercity League, Yawkey League. Read more
It was a long ride, and in some ways a very unexpected ride.
“Way back when,” Harvey Soolman laughed, “[Park League Hall of Famer] Avi Nelson and I used to discuss how we hoped we could still be playing baseball when we hit forty. Well, we made it to forty and then some. We certainly got our money’s worth.” Read more
The 2016 BoSox Club Man of the Year Award was presented to pitcher Rick Porcello. At the time of the luncheon, he held a record of 20-3, the first 20-game winner in the major leagues this year, and the first one on the Red Sox since Josh Beckett in 2007. Honored at the 2016 luncheon was BPL’s Towne Club. See photo of Dana Dresser, Harvey Soolman, & Erik Mayberg with their trophy.
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- Packy Naughton to Debut in the ShowAugust 4, 2021 - 8:07 am
From TJO Sports in the Boston Park League to the Anaheim Angels in the MLB, Packy Naughton is ready to make his major league debut in 2021. Packy first pitched for TJO Sports in 2015, getting into 1 game and allowing just 1 hit in 3 innings with 7 Ks. From there, his college and […]
- Josh Báez of the Boston Blue Jays is Top MLB ProspectJuly 2, 2021 - 12:38 pm
It doesn’t take long to identify Josh Báez on a baseball field or to figure out why he’s the most highly regarded high school prospect out of Massachusetts in decades. There just aren’t a lot of players who, at 18, stand 6 feet 3 inches and 220 pounds, and do the things he does on […]