A somewhat “pedestrian” 5 wins and 5 losses this week for the TTBC teams as they were in action across Hong Kong. In the Minors division at Ho Man Tin West, the morning saw three TTBC teams in action: the Sharks hosted the Astros and in an inter-TTBC match-up, the Typhoons were at home to
A great week in baseball. TTBC went 6 -2 this week in the HKLL with some dramatic wins coming from the Majors Thunder and the Typhoons Juniors. IN the minors the Sharks and Typhoons led off proceedings in the first game of the day with well-matched offenses and defenses. The final score after 4 innings
It was a .500 week last week with TTBC clubs going 4 wins and 4 losses. The bright spot was there was some great pitching with three shutouts pitched by 11 TTBC pitchers in the week. TTBC sits in first place ties in both the Majors and the Minors. Here is how we did around
Coaches and Players, The Tai Tam baseballs teams got underway this past weekend to start the season and there were some great records slashed as we got underway. The biggest news of the weekend was the Majors Thunder upset and mercy ruled the JBC Buffaloes 12 -1 in an early year route. In this game
Dear Families, Welcome to another exciting season of baseball with TTBC. We are thrilled that the fields are reopening and the season is finally getting underway again. It’s been a long “spring break” for the players and families! As all of you know, TTBC is run all by volunteers and has grown from just a
Congratulations to the 14U Eagles who concluded a successful tournament going 6 and 1 and winning the Championship by beating Singapore Nexus 5 to 3 in the finals. The Eagles went into the tournament with only a 10 man roster and unfortunately lost their number 3 batter and number 2 pitcher Evan Wu for the
The 14U Typhoons had a great time in Singapore despite the rain. They won three games, and came up one run short in two more including a 1-0 loss that was a pitcher’s duel. It was a 40 minute, 3 1/2 inning game that had a total of 1 hit combined across the two teams.
The 12U “older kids” Typhoons team had a fine showing in Singapore this year furthering their skills and experience. All in, they had 140 plate appearances batting .403 and scored 27 runs. They lost the first two games on day one then won two the following day to receive a third-place rank in the division.