Cape Cod Baseball League season begins Friday

Cape Cod Baseball League season begins tomorrow

Get ready to cheer for the boys of summer


   The crack of the bat, the smell of freshly mowed grass--it's baseball time on Cape Cod! cctoday photo.

If you are a fan, you know it is the time of year when college boys from all over the country come to the Cape to pitch and hit their way into the hearts of residents and summer visitors.   The Cape Cod Baseball League's 2011 regular season begin tomorrow and continues through the beginning of August.

Tomorrow's schedule is as follows:

  • Chatham at Cotuit at 5pm
  • Falmouth at Brewster at 5pm
  • Yarmouth-Dennis at Bourne at 6pm
  • Harwich at Orleans at 7pm
  • Hyannis at Wareham at 7pm

Attending a Cape Cod Baseball League game makes for a fun and free (or very inexpensive) evening for adults and kids. You never know, you could be watching the next big starting pitcher for the Red Sox! 

In addition to the regular season games--see the CapeCodToday.com calendar here--the Cape League All-Star Game, sponsored by Jordan's Furniture, will be held at Fenway Park in Boston on Friday, July 29, 2011 at 7pm.  Tickets are only $10 and available now through the CCBL website.

Read more about the Cape Cod Baseball League here.  See a list of team field locations and team websites here.

To learn more about the Cape Cod Baseball League, click here.

And for some expert, and often wry commentary, we are sure they'll be plenty of coverage on the Cape Cod Sports Desk blog here during the season.

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