Manchester Baseball Club has a rich history of baseball dating back to 1947 with the formation of the Stretford Saints.
The club had many successes over the years including 2 times National Champion honours.
A youth team was formed in 1990 named, Trafford Saints.
It wasnt long until both teams merged in 2000 to officially become
Manchester Baseball Club.
The club is a member of the British Baseball Federation which is the national governing body for baseball in the UK. The club also holds Sport England Clubmark status which holds the club to the highest standards of welfare, equity, coaching and management.
Manchester Baseball Club currently fields two senior sides, both competing in the Northern Baseball League in 2 different divisions.
At present the club has teams in Double-A and Single-A divisions.
The Manchester A's fields the clubs most senior players.
With recent triumphs as the British Baseball Federation's 2015 Northern and National Double-A Champions, the A's now find themselves as the reigning Northern Baseball League 2018 Double-A Champions.
Although not finding success in the 2018 Playoff series, the A's are looking to go back to back Double-A Champions and see a playoffs victory in September.
The A's are always on the look out for new recruits.
Formerly known as the Torrent, the Manchester Bee's have played a pivotal role in the development of talent within the club.
By providing a friendly and welcoming platform for players new to the sport, playing for the Bee's is a great way to get into baseball.
Competing in the Northern Baseball League Single-A competition, the Bee's are a competitive yet fun side that puts the growth of the sport first.
Backed by BBF acredited coaching staff, you'll be turning doubles and hitting line drives in no time.