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We (Mike DiPietro, Darren Magan and our coaching staff) are very excited to announce our 2019 development (pre-season camps), AAU and Tournament baseball season.  Our focus is with players between 9-18 years of age and have a desire to improve their baseball skills.  Brigade Baseball is not intended to take the place of youth , middle school or high school baseball, but ­­our platform (limited weekend games) will work in conjunction and accelerate their development for these programs.  Our agenda at the older ages is to establish a forum, through local New England tournament play, that showcases players’ talent for a potential college career.

Our mission statement:

To accelerate the development of baseball players of all ages and levels by providing an environment that builds skills, confidence and character.

The Brigade platform goes well beyond the baseball field.  This is about providing an environment that fosters building future leaders through a team focus.  Life lessons are applied to every facet of our baseball curriculum.  Our players will walk away with not only a great baseball experience but a set of core values that can be applied to real world experiences.

Spring practices and games will be conducted around Harvard/Littleton, MA and winter workouts at All-Star Sports Academy in Marlborough, MA


by posted 05/19/2018
Brigade U18 team wins Lighthouse Classic

Brigade Baseball's U18 Teams wins the 1st Annual All American Lighthouse Classic 19U Division Tournament. Brigade went 5-0 in the tournament, including a 5-3 Championship win over North Haven CT Post 76. Brigade fell behind 2-0 in the first but came back with 3 in the fourth highlighted by RBI doubles by Cole Durkan and Mitch Crory and an RBI Triple by Kevin Girardin. New Haven was able to score one run in the bottom of the seventh to send the game to extra innings. In the top of the 8th, Johnny Flynn led off the inning with a single, followed by a bunt hit by Brandon Anderson. After a sacrifice by Nick Pelrine, Justin Cranston drove in Johnny Flynn with an infield hit followed by a base hit by Holden Ferrari to drive in Brandon Anderson. Eddy Beaugard closed out the game in the bottom of the 8th on the mound for the win. Matt Aronson went the first 5 innings and gave up 1 earned run, Eddy Beaugard pitched the final three innings. 

Justin Cranston was named tournament MVP.

Members of the Brigade Baseball 18U team: Matt Aronson, Johnny Flynn, Patrick Aubuchon, Justin Cranston, Mitch Crory, Nick Pelrine, Brandon Anderson, Matt Donlon, Holden Ferrari, Kevin Girardin, Cole Durkan, Eddy Beaugard, Alex Magan, Cam Roberts, Thomas MacGregor, Timmy Person, Jake Pullen and Carter Liston  (Coaches: Mike DiPietro and Pat Aubuchon)


by posted 04/25/2018
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