Welcome to New England Elite Baseball League, comprised of the most talented teams in New England. Our mission is to maintain a competitive league with a strong focus on structure and organization within the league. Programs that are part of the EBL will have a team page on our site to promote their program, post team rosters and update game scores and stats. By being part of the EBL League, you will better your program for your players, as it will eliminate constant changes, cancelations and the hassle of finding games last minute.
The New England Elite Baseball League is now entering its 3rd season for ages 9U-18U. With the additions of some new programs along with the return of all the programs from the 2013 season, this year will be even more competitive and exciting than the first two years.
New this year in the EBL!!! We will be adding a new DIA division for ages 12U-14U to make all games more competitive. The EBL's goal is to continue to strengthen all three divisions year in and year out. This will be the 2nd division in those age levels along with division DI and DII. The EBL Board of Directors took time out to place all teams in the correct divisions and each team request was taking very serious.
The EBL Playoffs and All Star Games will take place at some of the best fields in New England. In the past we have used mostly college fields along with some of the top notch high school fields. Last year, our 13U & 14U DI playoffs and All-Star Games were held at Lelacheur Park (home of the Lowell Spinners). We feel like we have the elite players in New England and that they should be playing at the best fields possible.
Starting the playoffs as the #1 seed, Legends lost a tough first game vs the Jr Spinners. They battled back to win their next two games vs Mizuno and Nokona. Legends had the biggest comeback ever is EBL playoff history. Legends were down 16-7 in the top of the 6th inning and came back to win the game 17-16 against the Jr Spinners. Legends defeated the Stampede in the final game to become the 13U Division I Champions.
Plympton Crush Baseball won the 13U Division II championship by defeating a very competitive New Hampshire Bobcats team 16 - 13 at St. Johns Prep in Danvers. En route to the championship game the Crush went 4 and 1 by winning games vs. Stampede, Rangers, Hurricanes and the Bobcats in the big game. Led on the mound all season by Jarrett Blais (11 - 2) the crush also had superb outings from Brad Zonghetti, Peter Cohen and Andrew Todd. Strong play behind the plate was also supplied by Rick Keller and Zach Rogers Also, tremendous 3rd base/ outfield play from Anthony Tristani, Frank Novio, Mike Saliba and Aidan Findlen. The team was lead offensively all season by Tyler Reynolds and Nick Grahm. Both players hit over .600 on the season and were leaders throughout the playoffs! The Crush program would like to thank NEEBL for a well run regular season and the use of some outstanding fields in the playoffs!
The 14U Legends Prospect team is the 2013 Elite Baseball League Division I Champions by going 4-0 in the playoffs. The Prospects bats exploded for 34 runs in the first 3 games by beating the Scorpions, Cannons and a very good Nokona team. "Nokona is a very strong team and program and we got hot at the right time and we jumped on them early and never looked back "said Legends coach Mike Costantino. In the Championship game the Legends played North East Baseball and led going into the 6th inning 2-1 when NEB scored 2 runs to take a 3-2 lead. The Legends then responded by scoring 2 runs in the bottom of the 6th inning to take a 4-3 lead and brought in Elias Varinos to close the door in the 7th inning and he responded by striking out the last batter. The Legends Prospect Team finished the season with 50 wins and only 8 loses with 2 ties.
The Mizuno 14U Cardinal Team had a strong regular season finishing 30-5 overall and ending the season on a 13 game win streak. Their playoff run however did not get off to a strong start. In the first game they were stunned by the potent offense of Ortiz Sports, losing 9-3 and on Sunday they trailed the Hurricanes Red 2-0 until a late game rally produced 2 runs in the 5th and 6th and the Mizuno defense held for a 4-2 win. On the second weekend of the playoffs Mizuno Cardinal never trailed in the final three games on their way to the Championship. They rode strong starting pitching performances from Xander Schubert, Jared Pellegrino, and Brett Sullivan. The offense was powered by the entire lineup, scoring 26 runs in the final 3 games. Zach Simpson's late season fireworks at the plate led the offense and the defense was anchored by Danny Smith, who caught every inning during the playoffs. But it was the overall team defense that carried Mizuno through the regular season and playoffs. In the Championship game Mizuno Cardinal jumped out to an early 5-0 lead against a tough Hurricanes Blue team. But the Hurricanes were not going to go quietly and surged back in the 4th and 5th innings with 4 and 3 runs respectively to cut the lead to 8-7. After weathering the Hurricane surge Mizuno was able to add an insurance run in the bottom of the 5th and close out the game to take home the Championship.
18u Division I - The Legends 16U Prospect team dropped their first 2 pool play games and never looked back winning out their final 5 games for the title. The Stampede finished as runners-up as they cruised through pool play and won a close 1-0 battle against the ITZ Thunder to reach the finals. The Stampede jumped out to a quick 3-0 lead in the championship game but the young Legends Prospects battled back and held on for an exciting 5-4 win.
The Plympton Crush is the 2013 18U Division II EBL League Champions. After a complete game thrown by Ben Lodge in the semi-finals versus Legends, Christian Flaherty and Owen Galvin split the pitching load in the Championship game against a strong RBI opponent. With a 5-2 score heading into the 7th inning, the RBI Hawks manufactured some late offense, scoring a run and putting the tying run on second with two outs. But Galvin was able to force a pop up to the catcher (Dave Romero) for the final out of the game. Offensively, the Crush had 8 hits including a two RBI double from Flaherty and gave up just one defensive error.
The Academy proved they can win the close one going 3 - 0 through the playoffs winning each game by 1 run to take home the title. The NE Hurricanes battled through the losers bracket winning 2 games on Sunday morning to make the title game. The championship game featured a classic pitcher's duel with great defense as the game held 0 - 0 going to the bottom of the 6th. The Academy pushed across a run for the dramatic walk-off win.
Despite losing one of the league's best hitters to injury for the playoffs, Legends Navy was able to capture their 2nd straight 10u D1 Championship going 3 - 0 in postseason play. The NE Hurricanes dropped their first playoff game but was able to battle back to make the title game. Legends overcame 2 homers from the Hurricanes in the championship game to hold on for the 5 - 3 victory.
The ITZ Thunder came into the tournament as the 4 seed but got hot in the playoffs to capture the DII crown. Team Mizuno had a good playoff run winning a close game over the Seacoast United on Sunday to make the finals. The championship game was all offense from both sides as ITZ beat Mizuno in a 16 - 11 slugfest.
Team Nokona rolled in the first weekend and battled from behind against the Noreasters to make the finals on championship day. Nokona was matched up against Mizuno in the title game who knocked out the 8 and 1 seed earlier in the day. Nokona's pitching was too deep for Mizuno and comes away with the 10 - 1 win for the 11u DI championship.
The Eagles dropped their first playoff game as the 1 seed but was able to battle through the losers bracket and capture the DII title. The Eagles and Team Mizuno both won close semigfinal games to make the finals. The Eagles offense was too much for Mizuno in the title game as the Eagles took home the trophy with a 14 - 4 victory.
The most exciting championship game came from this division. The 1 seed Concord Cannons and 2 seeded Nokona was able to make in through the double elimination playoffs to reach the finals without a loss. The back and forth game ended in dramatic fashion on a walk-off homer in the bottom of the 6th as the Cannons edged Nokona 9 - 8 for the Championship.
The favorite and 1 seeded Diamond Jaxx team took care of business rolling in the playoffs winning all 4 post season games for the title. The Dugout Dawgs played good baseball through the playoffs winning some close games to make the finals. The Diamond Jaxx were too much for the Dugout Dawgs in the championship and cruised to a 8 - 2 victory for the title.
|9U DIVISION I||ACADEMY||HURRICANES||1-0|
|10U DIVISION I||LEGENDS NAVY||HURRICANES||5-3|
|10U DIVISION II||ITZ THUNDER||MIZUNO||16-11|
|11U DIVISION I||NOKONA||MIZUNO||10-1|
|11U DIVISION II||EAGLES||MIZUNO||14-4|
|12U DIVISION I||CANNONS||NOKONA||9-8|
|12U DIVISION II||DIAMOND JAXX||DUGOUT DAWGS||8-2|
|13U DIVISION I||LEGENDS NAVY||STAMPEDE||7-5|
|13U DIVISION II||PLYMPTON CRUSH||NH BOBCATS||16-13|
|14U DIVISION I||LEGENDS NAVY||NE BASEBALL||4-3|
|14U DIVISION II||MIZUNO CARDINAL||HURRICANES BLUE||9-7|
|15U DIVISION I||SEACOAST THUNDER||CONCORD CANNONS||17-0|
|15U DIVISION II||MV THUNDER||FURRY||4-3|
|18U DIVISION I||LEGENDS 16 PROSPECT||STAMPEDE||5-4|
|18U DIVISION II||PLYMPTON CRUSH||RBI HAWKS||5-3|
|10U DIVISION I||LEGENDS NAVY||NOKONA||11-10|
|10U DIVISION II||MIZUNO NAVY||STAMPEDE||8-4|
|10U DIVISION III||NOREASTERS NAVY||LEGENDS GOLD||11-1|
|11U DIVISION I||NOREASTERS BLUE||NOKONA||7-6|
|11U DIVISION II||CONCORD CANNONS||MIZUNO NAVY||6-4|
|12U DIVISION I||LEGENDS NAVY||NE HURRICANES||2-1|
|12U DIVISION II||LEGENDS GOLD||MIZUNO NAVY||9-2|
|13U DIVISION I||LEGENDS NAVY||NOKONA||7-2|
|13U DIVISION II||NS SHARKS||NE COLONIALS BLUE||10-0|
|14U DIVISION I||LEGENDS NAVY||NOKONA||11-7|
|14U DIVISION II||JM FORCE GREY||NEWTON MINUTEMEN||13-3|
|15U DIVISION I||MA PRIDE ELITE||STAMPEDE||2-1|
|15U DIVISION II||NEWTON MINUTEMEN||LEGENDS||4-0|
|16/17 DIVISION I||LEGENDS NAVY||NOKONA||4-1|
|16/17 DIVISION II||TRIPLE PLAY||MA PRIDE ELITE||4-2|
Ripken Baseball is proud to partner with the New England Elite Baseball League in their effort to bring a better experience to top-tier travel teams in the New England area. We’re excited to provide NEEBL teams with exclusive offers on tournaments at our world-class facilities in Aberdeen, MD and Myrtle Beach, SC—where teams can compete on our major league-caliber diamonds and enjoy elite competition.
Here’s to providing great teams with great baseball experiences! We wish the best of luck to the New England Elite Baseball League in its inaugural season and to all the teams getting ready to compete in 2012!