• Dugout on-deck cages...

    Field improvements continue to go on as the concrete pads and fencing are getting installed throughout the week...  Lunt 1 and 2 will now have on-deck warm-up cages.  This will allow batters to swing bats while protecting them and others from injury...

    PLEASE stay off the concrete, fence poles, and dugout area.  We need these items to cure and be installed without issues.

    Thank you!

  • Practices!!!

    The league has determined that Lunt 1 and Lunt 2 are open for practices...  BUT please do not use the dugouts as there is framing around them for concrete.

    For anyone on Lunt 3, those teams will use the area between Lunt 3 and Lunt 2; thus, batting cage people will have to give this area up.

    Maybe Mother Nature will give us some more good weather...

  • Baseball Clinics

    **New schedule**
    GMLB will be holding baseball clinics from 4:45 to 6:15 at Lunt Fields as follows:
    Tuesday (3/29): Majors players and coaches
    Wednesday (3/30): AAA players and coaches
    Thursday (3/31): Majors players and coaches
    Friday (4/1): AAA players and coaches
    It looks like a damp week, and we will notify via email, website, and Facebook by 1:00 of the clinic day about any changes in the schedule.
    These clinics are for players who plan to play in either the AAA (junior) or Majors (senior) divisions. The clinics are open to all leagues.
    Note: the clinics are not for players in the Rookie (machine pitch) division.  Those players will have a clinic on April 17th.


  • Initial Season & Manager's Meeting

    Tomorrow, Tuesday March 22nd, GMLB's General Membership and Managers/Coaches Meeting for 2016 season will be held @ 7pm.  Meeting will be at the Greenfield Police Dept community room.

    Any parent wanting to manage or coach a team this season should attend.  If you are unable to make it then please email Alex Loud, President (

    Also, this is the General Membership meeting which means anyone in attendance will gain voting rights for the 2016 season.  This entitles you to vote at any meeting throughout the year and to choose the Board of Directors at the September meeting.

  • 11U Tournament Team says "THANK YOU"

    The Greenfield Minor League Baseball (GMLB) 11U Cal Ripken team wants to say "Thank you" to everyone who purchased raffle tickets to help support the team!!!  The team played hard going 3-0 in pool play but fell 11-5 in the semi-finals to the hosts; Pepperell.

    Raffle prizes given to one winner:

    $100 Gift Cert to Foster's - donated by the Dean Family
    $100 worth of scratch tickets - courtesy of DJ Bobby C
    $100 Gift Cert to Andy's & The Oak Shoppe - donated by Mark Lavin
    $ 50 Gift Cert to Four Leaf Clover Restaurant - courtesy of Mark and Linda Snow
    $ 50 Gift Cert to Greenfield Garden Cinemas - donated by owners Bill and George

    Winner is

    Shauna Brook

  • 11U Team 3rd @ Cal Ripken States

    [Text taken from The Recorder's 07/20/15 Bulletin Page]

    The Greenfield Minor League 11-and-under baseball team went 3-1 and finished third in the Cal Ripken Baseball Western Massachusetts State Tournament over the weekend in Pepperell.

    Greenfield rallied from an 8-3 deficit to beat Townsend/Ashby, 9-8, in eight innings during the first game, then beat Fitchburg (12-2) and Narragansett (10-4) to advance to the semifinals. It fell to host Pepperell (11-5) in the semifinals.

    Chris Ryan led the locals with a .692 average (9-for-13), three doubles, one triple, one homer, and seven RBIs. He hit for the cycle in one game and earned Player of the Game honors twice.

    Casey Hoffman batted .556 (5-for-9) and knocked in the game-winning run vs. Townsend/Ashby, Max Young and Judan Retzlaff both hit .444 (4-for-9), M.J. Paulin batted .429 (6-for-14) with six RBIs and played well behind the plate, Josh Semaski batted 5-for-12 (.417). Joey White, TJ Thibeault and Max Morgan all recorded .333 averages.

    Other players included Derek Lenois, Gabe Zacchio and Joey Brook.

    Bobby Campbell — who was assisted by Marcus Paulin and Ron Lenois Jr. — received the Manager of Tournament award and the team received the Sportsmanship Award.

  • 12U Team comes up short in extra innings.

    [Text taken from The Recorder's 07/06/15 Bulletin Page]

    Greenfield 12s results

    Greenfield went 2-2 over the weekend during the Cal Ripken 12 and under State Tournament in Fitchburg.

    Greenfield opened on Friday with a 4-3 loss to Westminster, but rebounded on Saturday to crush Douglas, 14-0, in four innings. In the win over Douglas, Jacob Bryant and Jake Sak combined on a no-hitter over four innings.

    On Sunday, Greenfield defeated Pepperell, 4-1, behind Troy Emond’s three perfect innings on the mound. Jared Hubbard pitched three innings to earn the save, allowing just one run on one hit.

    That moved Greenfield to the state semifinals, where it lost 5-4 in nine innings to top-seeded Ayer. The game-winning run came in the ninth on a sacrifice fly. Greenfield did all it could in the game and played strong defense as Hubbard, Hunter Roberts and Zack Renaud each were credited with strong defensive performances. Neither team committed an error in the game, and Greenfield recorded 21 putouts of the 26 outs it registered. Sak, Hubbard and Bryant combined on the mound.

    Ryan Cote hit .456 over the four games with two home runs, four RBIs and four runs scored. Emond batted .385 with three home runs, eight RBIs and three runs scored. Roberts also hit .385 and registered two RBIs and five runs, while Anthony Hurd batted .400 with a triple. Hubbard hit .333 with two doubles and two RBIs, Renaud hit .364 with four runs scored, and Jake Cote batted .300 with two home runs and five RBIs.

    In the Skills Competition, Greenfield’s Bryant, Hubbard, Roberts and Ryan Cote won the Around the Horn competition, while Renaud, Julian Trenholm, Anthony Holmes and Hurd placed second in the Road Runner speed competition.

  • Wow Frozen Yogurt - AAA Champions.

    Wow Frozen Yogurt - AAA Champions.

    Congratulations to Wow Frozen Yogurt for winning the AAA championship...

    Also, want to recognize Aubuchon Hardware for making it back to the championship series again this year.