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.
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Corey Burgman - April 26, 2018. Although the video game Fortnight has taken over the lives of every millennial across America, a few members of the Central Cambridge Youth Baseball spent a few hours away from their TV’s to play America's favorite pastime. One member of the Pirates was even quoted saying, “What’s a pastime? Is that a new PlayStation game?” Tonight, under the lights, the Cardinals matched up with the Nationals in a fight for first place, and across the street the Pirates squared off against the Marlins, in another fight for first place.
Kaleb “With a K” BouisAubin hit a monster three run homer to start the game off for the Nats. He drove in Emily Rose “Koo-koo for cocoa puffs” Yakoobian, and Nico “The Hoodie” Rosenberg. The Hoodie had three hits tonight including a double. Jason “Push it to the Lim-it”, and, Milo “Taco” Bell, had big hits, and outstanding fielding for the Cardinals, but unfortunately it wasn’t enough to get past the Nationals. Nationals Coach Doug “Ehh He’s Fine” Feinburg was quoted saying “I thought tonight we excelled at all three phases of the game offense, defense, and hot dog eating. Wyatt Meyer spent 5 innings behind the plate and even managed to make it through the handshake line without dropping his hot dog, which was piled high with condiments”. It was a well-played game from both sides, but the Nats ended up on top with a 5-2 win.
Over on Magazine Beach the Pirates and Marlins both had hot bats at the beginning of the game. Salar Sekhavat, at 4’6” and 55 pounds, went 3 for 3 with 2 runs batted in. Both teams scored non-stop until Desmond “Lights Out” Curran came in and pitched 2 hitless innings. Marlins Coach Jason Curran got his first minor league win making him 1-1 in his career. The final score was 8-4.
After this Thursday night baseball matchup, all 4 minor league teams are tied for first, and for last place, at 1-1. Who will pull ahead? Who will fall behind? Who will get the honor of losing to west in the Mayor’s cup? And what new nicknames will this reporter make up? Stay tuned to find out.
Registration for the spring baseball season is now open. We welcome boys and girls aged 5 to 12 years old. The league runs from mid/late April to mid/late June. Schedules will be finalized in April. Find out about league age levels then go to the following link for more information and to register.