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  • 9
    Aug
    2012

    What might have been: the lost Olympic dream

    BaseballSoftballUK Joint CEO Jenny Fromer met with a Chicago Tribune journalist, Philip Hersh, who is in London to cover the Olympics.  But Philip was also interested in the story of the shattered Olympic dream: what might have been if baseball and softball had been in London 2012.

  • 28
    May
    2012

    Herts unveil upgraded BSUK-funded baseball facilities

    During the opening ceremonies of a Pony, Bronco and Rookie baseball tournament in Hemel Hempstead on Saturday 19 May 2012, players and coaches from Herts, Horsham and Leicester had the opportunity to try out Herts’ newly-upgraded fencing built with support from a £10,000 BaseballSoftballUK facilities grant.

  • 22
    Mar
    2012

    Herts awarded BSUK grant for the next stage of Grovehill Ballpark development

    Herts Baseball Club has been awarded a grant of £10,000 from BaseballSoftballUK‘s capital facility funding from Sport England. This grant, together with nearly £7,000 raised separately by Herts through various fund-raising activities, will be invested into the next stage of development of Grovehill Ballpark in Hemel Hempstead, creating one of the most advanced baseball and softball venues currently in existence in the United Kingdom.

  • 2
    Mar
    2012

    BaseballSoftballUK receives grant from the Baseball Tomorrow Fund

    BSUK has been awarded a grant of $160K from the Baseball Tomorrow Fund (BTF), administered by Major League Baseball and the MLB Players’ Association for facilities development work at Farnham Park

  • 3
    Nov
    2011

    Major baseball and softball facility development at Farnham Park

    It looks like baseball and softball will finally have a home in South East England. BSUK expects to break ground in February 2012 for a major facility development project at Farnham Park near Slough that will result in four dedicated fields that can be used for baseball, fastpitch and slowpitch play.

  • 1
    Oct
    2011

    GB Academies and National Teams move to Milton Keynes

    The increasingly dilapidated training centre at Upper Heyford, the home for baseball and softball Academies and national team training since the late 1990s, was abandoned last April. Now a new home for indoor winter training has been found by BSUK in Milton Keynes, at the MK Dons Academy Dome at Woughton on the Green. And the move to Milton Keynes may be part of a larger-scale development for baseball and softball.

  • 19
    Apr
    2011

    Facilities Strategy launched for baseball and softball

    BaseballSoftballUK is proud to release its strategy for the development of baseball and softball facilities over the next six years.

  • 3
    Apr
    2011

    Manchester Softball League succeeds in two grant applications

    The Manchester Softball League has been successful with two grant applications submitted during the winter, one from Sport England and the other from a local Trust.

  • 29
    Mar
    2011

    BSUK invites applications for facility grants

    BaseballSoftballUK is inviting applications from the baseball and softball communities for facility grants for projects that can be completed by March 31, 2012. The deadline for applications is April 15, 2011, and all of the relevant documents—application form, guidance notes and pre-application checklist—can be downloaded from this website.

  • 14
    Mar
    2011

    Facility development plans for baseball and softball to go ahead

    BSUK has announced that plans to build new baseball and softball facilities over the next two years will go ahead following confirmation that BSUK’s capital funding from Sport England has largely survived government cuts.

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