Adult, off-season, indoor training sessions will start from Sunday 9th Jan, and run through until March. They will be held every Sunday with two sessions each week: 12pm to 2pm 2pm to 4pm As always, the focus will be on pitching and hitting, and these sessions are open to all players 16 and over, as […]
2021 is now in the history books as far as the 2021 season is concerned. The Mavericks, Millers and GoldCats all completed a full season of fixtures (minus a few rainouts!), which had looked somewhat unlikely just 6 months ago. Although none of the teams made the play-offs this year (the GoldCats were edged out […]
The great Babe Ruth may not have played baseball in this country, but he did indeed visit, as part of a wartime morale boost for US servicemen stationed over here. Read more here
The BBF schedules for both the Mavericks (Double-A) and the Millers (Single-A), have now been released. Both teams kick off the season on the road on Sunday April 14th, with the Mavs travelling down to Pavilion Field to take on Brighton in a doubleheader, whilst the Millers make a journey round the M25 to Hadlow […]
April 22nd / 29th Double A, Double Headers, and Double the trouble as the Guildford Mavericks took to the field in back-to-back weekends away in the BBF 2018 baseball season. Starting the summer in style, with mid-twenties and sunshine the Mavs took on the Bucs in the season opener at their new ground in Hadlow, […]
Think you want to give Softball a go but can wait until Summer? Want to get active for the New Year? Just want to meet new people and have fun? Well now you can! Come and give Indoor Softball a try! It fast. It’s energetic. It’s great fun! And you don’t need to have played […]
Outdoor training sessions will start on Sunday 12th March, at Christ’s College on the back field, by the Dry Ski Slope. They will run every Sunday between now and the start of the season, with a 2pm start. There is no charge to these sessions, as they are covered under the membership fees, and for […]
Believe it or not, the Guildford Mavericks weren’t the first proponents of baseball in this part of Surrey. Not only was an early incarnation of the sport, played here, back in the 18th Century, but a certain Babe Ruth was said to have visited the area some 70 years ago. Read more…..