Welcome to the new Baseball Tasmania website!

10th September 2014

Welcome to the Raine & Horne, Hobart Summer Baseball League (updated 11/9/2017)

Very pleased to announce that Raine & Horne have agreed to continue as our Platinum Naming Rights Sponsor for season 2017/18. Once again, thank you very much to Ron, Paul & David Brooks for supporting baseball. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Over the last three to four seasons, we have been actively seeking sponsors for the league, in particularly, a sponsor which would take up a naming rights' option. I am thrilled to announce that Raine & Horne Hobart have today come on board as our first Platinum Sponsor which means that our league will now be known as the Raine & Horne, Hobart Summer Baseball League. Thank you very much to Ron, Paul and David Brooks. David (29/9/2016) http://www.raineandhorne.com.au/hobart

Baseball Tasmania Strategic Plan 2016-2021

Thank you to all those members who contributed to the compiling of this document.

Baseball Tasmania Strategic Plan 2016-2021

David Searle


Baseball Tasmania

0468 927 363

Launceston Baseball League promotion and training

Launceston Baseball League training:

Sunday 1st July 2018: 1pm at Churchill Park Invermay Launceston

No previous experience necessary

David (18/6/2016)



Article in today's Examiner relating to Sunday's training session at Churchill Park Invermay.

If any HSBL members wish to take the journey to Launceston to train, meet the Launceston people, training commences at 1pm.

David (15/6/2018)

Two-tiered competition to debut 2018-19

Over the last few seasons, there has been much discussion regarding the formation of a two-tiered competition where one tier would be for those players who wish to play our game with intensity and the other tier for those either new to the game or wishing to play in a more social and less intense competition. 

As there seems to be some information circulating already, I can advise that a recent decision was made by the executive committee to introduce a two tiered competition for the 2018/19 season. Further details regarding rules, teams etc will be provided as they become available. This is an opportunity for baseball in Hobart to move forward and I would ask members' patience and understanding as we finalize details etc.

David (23/5/2018)

Victorian Masters Baseball Carnival 2019 - three proposed teams

One of the items discussed at the recent AGM and subsequent meetings was the possibility of entering three teams in the 2019 Victorian Masters Carnival at Ballarat. These teams would be in the over 35, over 45 and over 50's. If you would be interested in participating in any of these teams, please contact Chris Chalker. Age categories are as follows:

35 PLUS. To qualify to play in this division, a person must have turned 35 in the year of competition (IE by 31 December 2019).
45 PLUS. To qualify to play in this division, a person must have turned 45 in the year of competition (IE by 31 December 2019).
50 PLUS. To qualify to play in this division, a person must have turned 50 in the year of competition (IE by 31 December 2019).

David (17/5/2018)

Executive committee for 2018/19 season

Thank you very much to all who attended this evening's AGM at Hotel Soho. All sitting executive members were returned unopposed therefore your executive for the 2018/19 season will be:

President: David Searle
Senior vice president: Chris Chalker
Vice presidents: Aaron Jarvis; Steve Harris
Secretary: Gene Wheeler
Treasurer: Peter Hubble

Congratulations to all.

David (16/5/2018)

Oh what a night.....!!! Presentation Night and Dinner 2018

Ninety members, family, friend and invited guests attended the fourth annual Baseball Tasmania Presentation Dinner held at Hotel Soho on Saturday 14th April.


Special thanks for the evening must go to:

Gene Wheeler, Fiona Don & Louise Carr for arranging and setting up

Josh Byrne for being MC again

Robert Devine and the staff of Hotel Soho

Rachel Hughes t/a Design Nerd for designing the certificates

Naomi Searle for preparing the MVP awards powerpoint


A great time was had by all as the following awards were presented:

Jamie McIntyre Player of the Year for 2017/18: Sam Morrison (Eastern Athletics Green)

Batting champion of 2017/18: Jimmy Clout (Banjos Orioles Orange) 0.591

Pitcher of the Year 2017/18: Sam Morrison (Eastern Athletics Green)

Raine & Horne Defensive Player of the Year: Ryan Fenton (Banjos Orioles Orange)

Rookie of the Year 2017/18: Shawn Sartori (Hotel Soho Hobart Blue Jays) & Tom Lamberton (Banjos Orioles Orange)

Masters MVP 2018: Jason Allie (Northern White Sox)

Masters Over 50's batting champ 2018: David Humphries (Northern White Sox)

Masters Over 35's batting champ 2018: Jason Allie

Most walks: Connor Pearcey (Northern White Sox) 22

Most runs scored: Adam de Cotter (Dragons) 34

Most hits by pitch: Josh Byrne (Hotel Soho Hobart Blue Jays)( 6

Most runs batted in: Shane Davies (Dragons) 38

Most home runs: Ben Sward (Dragons) and Tim Holland (Dragons) 4

Best era: Tim Holland (Dragons) 2.45

Most strikeouts by a pitcher: Sam Morrison (Eastern Athletics Green) 58

David (16/4/2018)

Banjos Orioles Orange Champions 2017-18

The Banjos Orioles Orange are the Raine & Horne HSBL champions for season 2017-18 after defeating the Dragons 5-0 in yesterday's Grand Final. The President's Medal for the MVP of the Grand Final went to Andrew Dykes, the Orioles starting pitcher, who dominated the Dragons allowing just one hit over four innings. In fact, the hit allowed by Dykes was the only one managed by the Dragons as Jimmy Clout followed with four innings with five strikeouts. The Dragons made some uncharacteristic errors in the field which compounded their situation and unlike last season, the Orioles took advantage of them. The Orioles jumped out to an early 3-0 lead as they took advantage of some wayward pitching by Patrick Miller, and held this lead as Dykes and Clout weaved their magic. On the other side, Tim Holland dominated the Orioles bats until the top of the eighth innings when a two out single by Ryan Fenton drove in his brother Nick for the Orioles' fourth run then Tyrone Earley drove in Jimmy Clout to pad out the Orioles lead. This would be all the Orioles offence needed as Tyrone Earley closed out the ninth to send the Orioles jumping for joy at their success. Congratulations to Jimmy Clout, Jamie McIntyre, Chris Chalker and the Banjos Orioles Orange team. David (5/3/2018)

Raine & Horne HSBL 2017/18 Finals' series (updated 28/2/2018)

Congratulations to Adam de Cotter and the Dragons on reaching another Grand Final. Their 12-5 victory over the Hotel Soho Hobart Blue Jays last night has them aiming for a three-peat of premierships this Sunday. Who will their opponent be? Winner of tonight's game between Banjos Orioles Orange and Banjos Orioles Black will decide that.



First round of finals' results:

Banjos Orioles Black 14 defeated Eastern Athletics Green 8

Banjos Orioles Orange 9 defeated Hotel Soho Hobart Blue Jays 3

This week's games:

Tuesday: Dragons V Hotel Soho Hobart Blue Jays 5.45pm: umpire Chris Chalker

Wednesday: Banjos Orioles Orange V Banjos Orioles Black 5.45pm: umpire James Wolfe




With the Dragons claiming the minor premiership, here is the amended agenda for the finals' series


The finals' series as it stands at the moment would be:

Sunday 25th February:

11am: first semi:  Banjos Orioles Black V Eastern Athletics Green: umpire: Adam de Cotter

2pm:   second semi:  Banjos Orioles Orange V Hotel Soho Hobart Blue Jays: umpire: Richie Law


Tuesday 27th February:       preliminary one      Dragons V Loser Second semi                          5.45pm

Wednesday 28th February:  preliminary two      Winner of second semi V Winner of first semi   5.45pm


Sunday March 4th: Grand Final: winner of preliminary 1 v winner of preliminary 2


The Masters teams will be operating the BBQ's for the finals' series


David (23/2/2018)

Dragons crowned minor premiers for 2017/18

With their 15-8 victory over the Eastern Athletics Green on Thursday night, the Dragons officially became the minor premiers for season 2017/18. Congratulations to Adam de Cotter and his team.

David (23/2/2018)

League fundraiser Sunday 18th February 2018

Hi All Baseball players  ? ? Fiona Don and Louise Car are hosting a league fundraiser 
18th of February 11am till 5 pm 
Bbq and refreshments available 
We will be having events such as 
Fastest runner 
Fastest pitcher
Who can hit the furthest off a tee !  ? ?
Also a game or more of baseball we ask if you could all wear your teams tops and will be put in teams drawn out of a hat  ??
Entry to play is $10 per person 
Come down support your local baseball association  ? ?


David (12/2/2018)

Launceston Baseball League Come n Try Day #1

History will be made this Sunday (22nd) when Prospect Sports Park will see the first "Come n Try" Day for the proposed Launceston Baseball League. Things will hit off at 10.30 am and conclude approximately 12.30 pm. No previous experience is necessary just a desire to learn about the game of baseball and to enjoy playing it. David (17/10/2017)------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Matt Little's (Launceston) poster design for the upcoming inaugural "Come n Try" Day for the Launceston Baseball League. Great job Matt!!! David (16/9/2017)

New mound has landed

In June, Baseball Tasmania was successful in acquiring a grant from the State Government for some improvements to the baseball infrastructure at Prince of Wales Bay Recreation Reserve. The first part of this came to fruition last Sunday (15th) when the new pitching mound was used for the first time. Thanks to Chris Chalker and Ian Holthouse from Specialised Industrial Products for organising the construction of the mound and to Haydn Dodge from Synthetic Grass Solutions for adding the final touches. David (17/10/2017)

Eastern Athletics x 2 and Opening round of 2017/18 season

The Eastern Athletics will be entering two teams in this season's competition, Eastern Athletics' Green and Eastern Athletics Gold. Sunday's games will be as follows:

10am:      Banjos Orioles Black V Northern White Sox

12.15pm: Dragons V Banjos Orioles Orange

2.30pm:   Eastern Athletics Green V Eastern Athletics Gold

BBQ:       Hotel Soho Hobart Blue Jays

Round one will conclude on Wednesday with:

5.45pm: Hotel Soho Hobart Blue Jays V Raiders

David (2/10/2017)

Eight team competition plus important note re fees

With the commencement of the 2017/18 season next Sunday, I can confirm that we will have eight teams competing in the Raine & Horne Hobart Summer Baseball League. More information relating to this will be provided over the next couple of days and new members will be advised of their teams before Wednesday.

Members are reminded that $55 of the season fees MUST be paid prior to playing your first game. This payment can be made in cash or via EFT, details of which are as follows:
Account: Baseball Tasmania
BSB: 037-001
Account number: 481722

Reference: your name

To enable inputting of details onto the Baseball Australia database, completed registration forms must be handed in on the day of payment.
David (2/10/2017)

Hitting the airwaves: Launceston style 29/9/17 (update)

Tomorrow (Friday), between 8.30 and 9.30am, Matt Little, one of the driving forces behind getting a league up and running in Launceston, will be talking about the league and the "Come n Try" Day on October 22nd. David  :-)

You can listen at http://www.radioau.net/chilli-fm/

David (28/9/2017)


Ok, my apologies...the interview with David Wood from ultra106five has just been RECORDED and can be heard on David's show TOMORROW approximately 8.25am.

David (15/9/2017)


Shortly after 11am Friday 15th September, I shall be interviewed regarding our Come n Try Day by David Wood from Ultra106.5FM.

David (14/9/2017)

Finalising teams and roster for 2017/18 season (updated 28/9)

Based on the actual and perceived situations of each existing team, we will have an eighth team as part of this upcoming season. I am still compiling the eight team roster but at this stage, the opening round on Sunday 8th October will be as follows: (first named home team in third base dugout)

Round 1

10am:  Banjos Orioles Black V Northern White Sox

12.15 pm: Dragons V Banjo Orioles Orange

2.30pm: Eastern Athletics V New Team

BBQ: Hotel Soho Hobart Blue Jays or Raiders



On the basis of the turnout at last Sunday's "Come n Try" Day, there is every chance we will have enough players to field eight teams in this season's competition. As we are only a couple of weeks away from the scheduled start of the season (8th October), it is important for those existing members to confirm their intentions for the 2017/18 season with their managers. Similarly, it would be appreciated if those people who are new to the league, would confirm their intentions by Monday 25th September, particularly if you are unable to attend the training sessions on Sunday or they are cancelled due to the weather. Thank you.

David (21/9/2017)

0468 927 363

Baseball Australia's Cam Vale & Garry Everson visit September 2017

On Friday 22nd September 2017, the CEO of Baseball Australia, Cam Vale, and Baseball Australia's Participation Manager, Garry Everson arrived in Hobart for discussions on the future of baseball in Tasmania and for Garry to conduct the level 2 coaching accreditation course. After a meeting with Premier Will Hodgman and representatives from the Department of Sport & Rec, Cam joined Garry, John Hayes, Andrew Sullivan, Peter Hubble, Gene Wheeler, Nigel O'Brien, Adam De Cotter and I for lunch at Harbour Lights Cafe. Following the luncheon, Chris Chalker joined Cam, Garry, Nigel and I out at Prince of Wales Bay Recreation Ground to look over our facilities. On Saturday 23rd September, Nigel, Peter, John, Chris and I joined David Edwards, Dean Vervaart, Jared Rush, Jaime McDonald and Stuart Smith at the Kingborough Indoor Cricket Centre to participate in Garry's Level 2 Coaching course. Pleased to say we all passed a course which took almost eight hours. Thank you very much to Cam and Garry for visiting and to Garry for conducting the course. Thanks also to those who attended the course and to Mark Divin of the Kingborough Indoor Cricket Centre for allowing us to use his facilities. David (23/9/2017)

High school training

New Town High:


Thank you very much to those boys from New Town High who attended this afternoon's training session. Huge thanks to Jane Brooks for helping with the session. David

The next session will be held on Wednesday 27th September commencing at 3.15pm. 

Taroona High:

Sessions are planned for Taroona High in the fourth term which commences on Monday 16th October. Further information will be posted as it becomes available. 


TCA nets training session (updated 11/9/2017)

Once again the TCA nets are available to individuals, groups and teams for training during the off season. Baseball Tasmania has been offered a session from 4.45pm on a Saturday and the next of these will be this Saturday (16th September). Depending on how many people participate and how many nets are used, the cost per person is generally around $10-20. Please note those attending are not covered by insurance. 

David (11/9/2017)

2017/18 Fees

Very pleased to announce that our membership fees for season 2017/18 will remain as per last season:

Seniors (over 18):                                                            $230

Juniors (under 18)/unemployed/full time students:     $170

Once again, full payment of fees will be required by the last roster game in 2017 UNLESS:

  1. a payment arrangement has been approved by an executive committee member PRIOR to the last game in 2017, or 
  2. a member is paying an amount per game due to work/family commitments 

Notwithstanding 1., a member who has an arrangement will be required to have paid the full amount of their fees ($230 or $170) by the last roster game of the 2017/18 season.

NB: the above MAY be subject to change as Baseball Australia has indicated payments must now be made online, I will advise further once I have more details.


David (11/9/2017)

First Come n Try Day: Launceston Baseball League

Thrilled to announce that the first "Come n Try" Day to gauge interest in forming a Launceston Baseball League will be held on Sunday 22nd October as follows:

Venue: Prospect Vale Sports Park (soccer pitches 3 & 4) 2 Harley Parade Prospect

Time: 10.30 am to 12.30 pm


David (11/9/2017)

Baseball scoring course: 19th September

Norman Johns has kindly offered to run a two hour course for members and supporters to learn how to score a baseball game. With Jared "Popstar" Rush unvailable to score this season and a need to spread the baseball scoring load a bit, we certainly appreciate Norman agreeing to run this course and would encourage as many people as possible to attend.

Details of the course are as follows:

Date: Tuesday 19th September 2017

Venue: VMAC Employment Solutions: Unit 3  1 Stanton Place Cambridge

Time: 7 to 9pm

Cost: Free

David (8/9/2017)


Coach training with Garry Everson from Baseball Australia

In a first for Hobart baseball, Garry Everson from Baseball Australia, will be visiting Hobart on the weekend of 23rd September to conduct a Coach training course.This is a great opportunity for members to advance their skills and to guarantee we are efficient in coaching our juniors and new players. Details are as follows:

Date: Saturday 23rd September 2017
Venue: Lightwood Park Kingston (ground with cricket pitch on it)
Time: 8.30 am to 5.30 pm
Cost: $120 pp

There is preliminary online work to do prior to the course and as Garry needs to register participants ASAP, it would be appreciated that, if you are interested, you let me know by COB today.
I appreciate it is late notice and I apologise but the format, hours etc were not finalised until this week.

Once one successfully completes the course, the coaching qualifications are valid for four years.

David (1/9/2017)


Multicultural Council of Tasmania

As we continue to build our league, with the aim of making baseball accessible and enjoyable for people from all walks of life, I am pleased to announce that we have been approved as a member of the Multicultural Council of Tasmania. Their website now has a direct link to ours and we welcome people of all nationalities to experience the game of baseball.

Multicultural Council of Tasmania



Grant success 2017

On behalf of Baseball Tasmania and the Raine & Horne Hobart Summer Baseball League, I can officially announce that we have been successful in obtaining a $45,000 grant from the State Government. Thank you to Elise Archer MP and the State Government. Thank you also to Terese Millhouse for all her work in compiling and submitting the original application, and to Louise Carr and Aaron Jarvis for participating in today's photo shoot to officially announce our success. Upward and onward for baseball in Tasmania. ------------------------------------------------------Comment from Elise Archer MP's Facebook page: "Great to ‘catch’ up with baseball players David Searle (Northern White Socks), Aaron Jarvis (Dragons) and Louise Carr (Eastern Athletics) this afternoon to announce a $45,000 Community Infrastructure Fund grant from the State Government to Baseball Tasmania for ground improvements at Prince of Wales Bay Recreation Ground. The money will be used to provide a new and more appropriate back netting for the batting area; a batting cage in which to practise batting, pitching and the catcher's role; and a new pitching mound. I look forward to coming back and checking it out when it’s all complete!" David (23/6/2017)

Your executive committee for the 2017/18 season

Thank you very much to all those members who attended our AGM; our best turnout ever. Welcome to the Raine & Horne HSBL to Jaime McDonald. 
Terese and Zac decided to not continue on as secretary and vice president respectively. On behalf of Baseball Tasmania, I would like to thank them both for their hard work over the last season. 
I am pleased to announce that Baseball Tasmania's executive committee for season 2017/18 will be:

President: David Searle
Snr vice president: Chris Chalker
Jnr vice presidents: Aaron Jarvis & Steve Harris
Secretary: Gene Wheeler 
Treasurer: Peter Hubble.

David (15/5/2017)


The AGM for Baseball Tasmania has been confirmed for Monday, 15 May 2017, 7pm start at The Talbot in New Town (upstairs). Attendees will be able to order a meal at the bar upon arrival and take it upstairs.

I would encourage as many members as possible to attend, not only to hear how the league progressed in the 2016/17 season but also to hear what lies ahead. The upcoming 2017/18 season is the 10th anniversary of this current league.

If you have any agenda items please let Terese Millhouse know by COB Wednesday 10 May.

David (1/5/2017)

HSBL sponsors (Updated 1/5/2017)


Platinum & Naming Rights Sponsor: Raine & Horne Real Estate Hobart


Hobart Blue Jays:      Hotel Soho

Northern White Sox:  Tas Keno

Eastern Athletics: Customs House Hotel

Orioles:                    Banjos Bakery


                               Kennedy Bros Painting

                               Claremont Hotel

                               Kentucky Fried Chicken

                               One on One Financial


Haymes Paints Ballarat

Kennedy Bros Painting

Bennetto Finance

Park Hotel Bistro Ballarat

Launceston Baseball League Facebook Page Online: Going north....(updated 30/8/2016)

The Facebook page for the Launceston Baseball League is now up and running. Thank you very much to Nicole Perry for setting up and advertising the page. David (30/8/2016)

Launceston Baseball League Facebook page


Huge thanks to Nicole and Andrew Perry for catching up this evening to discuss starting up a baseball competition in Launceston. Andrew has kindly agreed to be the contact for anyone (male or female) interested in playing baseball in Launceston and he can be contacted by email at perry.andrew83@yahoo.com.au. 

David (6/6/2016)


The Australian Masters Games have been awarded to north west Tasmania and a baseball competition will be held at the Spreyton ground in October 2017. I shall be meeting with members of the Devonport City Council next week and will take the opportunity to meet with people who have shown interest in playing baseball in Launceston. For further information on this trip, either email me at baseballtasmania@yahoo.com or call me on 0468 927 363.

David (31/5/2016)

Smoking policy

As we near the start of the 2016/17, I would just like to remind members and spectators about the law regarding smoking around sporting events.

"Tasmanian legislation (Public Health Act 1997) bans smoking within 20 metres of competition, seating or marshalling areas at outdoor sportsgrounds while a sporting event is being conducted. This includes the period 30 minutes before and after the sporting event. It does not include informal or impromptu sporting activities.
Coaches, players, officials and volunteers will refrain from smoking while involved in an official capacity for the Association and affiliated club, on and off the field. No images of Association volunteers, members, officials, coaches and players smoking at Association-related activities are to be placed on social media."

It is the responsibility of managers and administrators to ensure these rules are adhered to. (The full document is located under New Member Information "Health & Safety"

David (13/9/2016)

2018 Victorian Masters Carnival

VIC MASTERS 2018. The twenty-second annual Victorian Masters Baseball Carnival has been scheduled for Prince of Wales Reserve (Ballarat) from Friday 16 March to Sunday 18 March 2018. While the dates are subject to approval by City of Ballarat, we do not expect any issue in that regard. http://www.vicmasters.baseball.com.au/

David (17/5/2017)

Breaking news

Following on from tonight's general committee meeting, I am happy to announce some exciting news about the upcoming 2015/16 HSBL season. 

  • On the weekend commencing 31st October, a team from the Wollongong Pirates (NSW) will play a series of games against teams representing the HSBL. Other activities will be planned for the weekend so stay tuned for further details. Thanks to Chris Chalker for organising this. 
  • The 2015/16 season will be played over 15 rounds with a preseason lightning competition to allow new players to find their feet and to determine final teams for the season proper. This preseason competition will be held in conjunction with open days which will be scheduled for earlier in October, further details to be provided shortly.

David 29/7/2015

New Tassie Masters' Teams sponsor

More big news from the weekend, Chris Chalker has secured sponsorship for the 2016 Tassie Masters' teams with Park Hotel Bistro in Ballarat. On Thursday 17th March 2016, those members of the two teams will be attending the bistro for a feed, drinks and the presentation of caps sponsored by the hotel. Thanks again to Chris for all his hard work.

David (7/12/2015)

Player availability

Just a reminder to players; it helps your team immensely if you can advise your manager of your availability to play....well in advance of the game. I appreciate there are unavoidable last minute reasons to be unavailable but all players have access to a roster and in the majority of cases, would know of their availability in advance. It should not be left to the manager to constantly run after players to check on their availability.

Early notification means your manager can reach out to the manager of the team which has the bye in that week to see if anyone from his or her team is interested in filling in.


Fill-ins should initially be sourced from the team which has the bye for that week. If no-one is available then alternatives can be looked at.

Rules regarding fill-ins: (from previous seasons)

  • Fill-ins must be placed last in the batting order to ensure that regular team members have the best game opportunities
  • Fill-ins cannot pitch or catch unless with prior arrangement between the competing team managers

David (9/12/2015)

Cricket Tasmania go to bat

Thanks to John Hayes and Rhett Lockyer from Cricket Tasmania for catching up this morning to discuss future collaborations between Cricket Tasmania and Baseball Tasmania. Discussions included baseball sessions with Brad Harman from the Melbourne Aces and a baseball game between members of the Tassie Tigers' cricket squad and the HSBL. Stay tuned for further updates as they become available. David

David (25/5/2016)

Scorers, base umpires and umpiring co-ordinator requested...

Our committee works tirelessly to help our season progress and the enthusiasm for our upcoming season and our future is amazing. In the last couple of seasons, we have seen the benefits of having scorers and plate umpires (as opposed to catchers umpiring). As the league continues to expand, it is a no-brainer that we need to improve the integrity of our game by including base umpires. In the absence of any alternatives, the base umpires will be sourced from the teams. Members of the Masters' teams have plate umpired the bulk of our games for a number of years but it is important that we have an umpiring roster so that both umpires and teams know where they stand. I support Chris Chalker's post on Facebook calling for someone (other than a committee member) to help organise an umpiring roster. Whilst I believe the Master's players would once again be willing to plate umpire, it is unfair to both them and the teams not to have some idea (in advance) as to when they will be umpiring. The alternative is to have me umpiring each game....hmmm...could be interesting!!

David (24/9/2016)


One of the success stories of the 2014/15 season was the Presentation Night held in March. This night, and the awards presented thereon, would not have happened without the statistics obtained from the scoring of our games by Jared Rush and Norm Johns. There is a strong chance Norm will not be scoring in the 2015/16 season so I am inviting expressions of interest from not only members but also supporters to learn how to score and thus spread the load of scoring our games. Peter Hubble has volunteered his services to teach people how to score.

David 22/6/2015

News headlines

FInal list of members eligible for this evening's draw


Winner of fees refund draw for 2017/18: Grant Stump (Eastern Athletics Gold)

Cam Vale Mercury article


Mercury article from Cam Vale CEO Baseball Australia on the potential direction of baseball in Tasmania

2016-17 Jamie McIntyre Player of the Year Award


Andrew "Sully" Sullivan wins 2016-17 Jamie McIntyre Player of the Year Award

Dragons are premiers again!!! 2016-17


Dragons go back to back in 2016-17

Baseball Tasmania Presentation Night: 1st April; change of venue


Change of venue for presentation night

Banjos Orioles Orange minor premiers for season 2016-17


Banjos Orioles Orange minor premiers

Statistically speaking


Last advertised stats prior to Presentation Night on April 1st

Raine & Horne HSBL season 2016/17: Grand Final: Banjos Orioles Orange V Dragons


Line ups for the 2016-17 Grand Final

Happy New Year....AND save these dates!!


Important 2017 dates

Raine & Horne HSBL season 2016/17: results round twenty


Results of games up to and including round twenty

Registration form for HSBL 2016/17

Click here for registration form

Baseball Tasmania EFT details

Account: Baseball Tasmania

BSB: 037-001

Account number: 481722


Tasmanian Masters Baseball banking details

Tasmanian Masters Baseball Association

BSB: 633 108

A/C: 1301 92453

Details: name of player or sponsor

David 5/2/2015

Upcoming games

Results 2017/18 (updated 27/11/2017)

Facebook (updated 25/11/2016)

500 "likes" on our Facebook page!!! Thank you very much to all those supporting baseball in Hobart.

David (25/11/2016)


I am pleased to announce that today we reached 400 likes on our Facebook page. On behalf of Baseball Tasmania, I would like to thank all those people who have "liked" our page because it is through your interest that we are able to spread the word, not only about baseball but also softball and the new t-ball league.

David 26/8/2016


Launceston Baseball League Facebook page

Hot off the breakfast grill at Hotel Soho


Back to where we belong!

Opening Day Hobart Summer Baseball League 2014/15

Statistically minded

The Home of Baseball: Prince of Wales Bay Recreation Ground

Socially Speaking

This section is for the promotion of social events being conducted round Hobart. Anyone wishing to promote an event, please contact us. David.