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Read more +31 May 2021 By tarabay2020 in News, Uncategorized

Week 14: Eagles Win HKLL Majors Division

Reminiscent of the Giants Announcers of 1951.  Here were the words heard over the Airwaves of the Eagles Broadcast Network this past Sunday ……. In the exact words of the Voice of Tai Tam Baseball’s Skip Schwartz…….  “The Eagles win the Little League …….  The Eagles win the Little League …..”  Perfection is rarely seen
Read more +31 May 2021 By tarabay2020 in News, Uncategorized

Week 13: Summer Brings The Heat

Individuals play the game yet teams win championships  Bill Parcells May 13, 2021 “May Madness” has begun in Hong Kong with some major silverware to be handed out in the next two weeks.   This weekend will see the first of three  championships where TTBC has a chance to win.  On Sunday the Eagles will play
Read more +31 May 2021 By tarabay2020 in News, Uncategorized

Week 12: Eagles and Typhoons Square Off In Juniors.

It’s not whether you get knocked down its whether you get up! Vince Lombardi     May the Fourth, 2021 In the last ten years the Typhoons and the Eagles have gone on the field to play each other 119 times in the richest of the Tai Tam traditions.  The Eagles who lead by a
Read more +31 May 2021 By tarabay2020 in News, Uncategorized

Week 11: Eagles Clinch HKLL Majors Division Regular Season

“Great moments are born from Great Opportunities” Herb Brooks, USA Hockey Coach in 1980 April 29, 2021 On an overcast dreary day at To Shek field TTBC baseball history was made this past weekend.  In the first game of the day the undefeated Majors Eagles became the first team to win the Majors division regular season
Read more +31 May 2021 By tarabay2020 in News, Uncategorized

Week 10: One For The Record Books

“Clear the mechanism…..” Billy Chapel, Movie: “ For Love of the Game” April 20, 2021 Every once in a while we get a great story to tell from the week on the diamond.  This past weekend  I was walking up to the To Shek field on Sunday and as I came closer to the Typhoons dugout
Read more +30 May 2021 By tarabay2020 in News, Uncategorized

Week 9: The 8th Annual TTBC Minors Baseball Tournament

It’s a beautiful day for a ballgame …..  let’s play two Ernie Banks April 13, 2021 We didn’t play two we played 33 games last week…..  We won 21 even though a good portion were against our own clubs.  Here is a summary from around the club. The Coaches Pitch Tourney In the first annual
Read more +30 May 2021 By tarabay2020 in News, Uncategorized

Week 8: Solid Pitching For Easter Weekend

“This is like deja vu all over again.”  Yogi Berra April 6, 2021 The Club went 6 -3 on the weekend with some solid pitching across the club during the Easter weekend.  Here is how they played THE MINORS The first part of the HKLL Minors Division concluded this weekend.  Of the ten teams, the top
Read more +30 May 2021 By tarabay2020 in News, Uncategorized

Week 7: The Tourney Gets Underway

“Finding good players is easy. Getting them to play as a team is another story.” Casey Stengel March 31, 2021 No more mediocrity for TTBC.  In HKLL over the weekend the teams from the south side went 7 – 0 in the HKLL.  This weekend will feature the launch of our 8th annual TTBC minors
Read more +30 May 2021 By tarabay2020 in News, Uncategorized

Baseball is Back!

“Little League baseball is a very good thing because it keeps the parents off the streets.” – Yogi Berra March 9, 2021 Baseball is back in Tai Tam and we started the post covid break with some dandy’s…..  While some great ball was played we managed to only come out at 500 with our teams
Read more +01 January 2021 By tarabay2020 in News, Uncategorized

Happy New Year from TTBC!

TTBC Players, Coaches and Parents, Happy New Year!  We know this was not the easiest year for baseball yet are proud of how all the players managed to navigate through the year and bring us some of the best baseball we have seen in a decade. We hope 2021 will be a much different year. 
Read more +27 November 2020 By tarabay2020 in News, Uncategorized

Week 5: Stellar Defense, Triples and Scrappy Wins

This week was a dandy for TTBC with our teams winning six and losing two with some great performances around the city.   Before giving the summary I would encourage everyone who can to get out to see our teams play this weekend in the first home tournament in a year when the majors teams will
Read more +22 November 2020 By tarabay2020 in News, Uncategorized

Week 4: Swashbuckling Pirates and a Rallying Thunder

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
Read more +22 November 2020 By tarabay2020 in News, Uncategorized

Week 3: Deadly Pitching and Defensive Gems

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
Read more +22 November 2020 By tarabay2020 in News, Uncategorized

Week 2: Great Pitching and Shut Outs

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
Read more +22 November 2020 By tarabay2020 in Coach Pitch & Tee Ball News, Juniors News, Majors News, Minors News, News

Week 1: Baseball Finally Gets Underway

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
Read more +13 November 2020 By d99knapp in Coach Pitch & Tee Ball News, Juniors News, Majors News, Minors News, News

Welcome to a New Season at TTBC!

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
Read more +13 December 2019 By d99knapp in Juniors News, News, Tournament News

14U Eagles Take the 2019 Singapore Turkey Tournament

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
Read more +13 December 2019 By d99knapp in Juniors News, News, Tournament News

Rain Doesn’t Damper Spirits of 14U Typhoons at 2019 Singapore Turkey Tournament

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.
Read more +13 December 2019 By d99knapp in Majors News, News, Tournament News

12U Typhoons Have Fine Showing at 2019 Singapore Turkey Tournament

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.
Read more +13 December 2019 By d99knapp in Majors News, News, Tournament News

Gritty 12U Eagles Take It To 2019 Singapore Turkey Tournament

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.
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