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
“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
“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
“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
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.
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
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