While not official yet, we think it is very likely that the HK-wide field restrictions will end and there will be the opportunity to play baseball in the near term. With this in mind, we are ready to move ahead with the online registration for current players as well as new players to TTBC. We
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.
Our young 12U Eagles had a challenging tournament yet grew better as the tourney carried on. The team played every team hard yet was susceptible to an occasional big inning which cost the team early in the tourney. The boys played hard every game despite seven hours of rain delays on the first two days.
The 10U Hawks played hard and had a good time. They took a couple of one run losses and kept it close in a game against the eventual winner. The Hawks finished up on a high note by beating the SAS Eagles Blue on the last day of the tournament. Many kids played different positions
The 10U Singapore Eagles had a great tournament finishing in 3rd place. They won their last game 5-4 coming back from a deficit and making key defensive stands in the last inning culminating on a play at the plate. The Eagles lost to the eventual winner 2-0. That game featured great pitching and defense and
The 8U Singapore Typhoons came into the Turkey Tournament ready to take on the best Southeast Asia had to offer. The team put up a good effort but lost two really tough one-run games. It was great for the Typhoons to win the last game in the playoff bracket play and enjoy the victory on
The Tai Tam Baseball Club 2018-19 season ended with our post-season banquet at the Ocean Park Marriott. We had the highest attendance ever, most kids on stage and second largest purse raised. It was an amazing night! With the funds raised and the season closed we look eagerly towards the Fall of 2019. We will
As a wrap up to the baseball season, the TTBC has historically taken several teams to the annual Shanghai Slam in May. The Shanghai Slam is a competitive tournament across all divisions and this year was no exception. The TTBC sent the 12U Typhoons over the weekend and they stayed at the Marriott Pudong East.