Central Cambridge Youth Baseball is a community-based sports league located in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
For over 40 years, Central has provided baseball programs for boys and girls ages 5 through 12. The league’s main season is in the Spring, with smaller programs in the Summer and Fall.
The league's goals are to teach baseball fundamentals, develop sportsmanship, and to build the community.
If you would like to help Central Cambridge Baseball continue to thrive, please consider donating. Central Cambridge Baseball is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and donations are tax-deductible.
Dear Central Cambridge Baseball Families,
Due to COVID-19, Central Cambridge Baseball, following guidance from CPS and the city, is cancelling the 2020 Spring Season. While it was a painful decision, CCYB believes it is best for our players and community to remain on the side of caution.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the league here . We appreciate your patience and understanding in these trying times. We hope everyone is staying healthy and well.
The Central's Minor League All-Stars won the Cambridge Youth Baseball All-Star Tournament (Sep 7-8). After beating the West All-Stars 2-0 on Saturday, the Central team defeated the North All-Stars on Sunday, 5-1.
Congratulations to all the players and coaches on the strong team play and to the families and fans for their support during the tournament!
Sandlot is done for Summer 2019...
Thanks to Everyone for coming out this Summer!
Thank you Baseball 108 and all the players and coaches!
Mayor's cup comes home to Central!
Congratulations to Central's Pirates for winning the 2018 Minors Division Mayor's Cup. This is the first time a team from Central has won since 2001 and only the fourth time since 1979!
After beating North on Saturday 9-6, the Pirates faced the Mets, champions of the West league. The Pirates played a phenomenal game, beating the Mets 5-1 to capture the trophy!
Congrats to all the players, coaches and fans on an incredible job!
Report Suspected Concussion with Cambridge Public Health Department Here.