Big Train is Proud to Bring Back a Full Entertainment Schedule for this Season at Povich!
The Bethesda Community Base Ball Club is pleased to announce that Michael Michaud is the new General Manager of the Bethesda Big Train as of April 4.
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“When the players first come in, I want them to know that the host families are just an extension of their family,” Big Train manager Sal Colangelo said. Read more here.
The year 2021 saw four out of five Big Train alumni in the major leagues making significant contributions to their teams’ chases for playoff positions. The fifth alum enjoyed his peak year thus far and led his team in one of the pitching categories.
After nearly seven years with the Big Train organization, Chris Rogers is stepping down from his position as General Manager later this spring to pursue other opportunities.
Thank you to all the Big Train fans who participated in this year's Base Ball and Holiday Auction!
Read up on our 2021 championship and this fall's upcoming events.
The Big Train won a fifth consecutive and ninth overall Cal Ripken League title Friday night at Frank Mann Field in Alexandria, Virginia.
Jake Eddington and Luke Baker combined for seven shutout innings as the Big Train moved just one win away from a fifth consecutive Cal Ripken League championship.
The Big Train advance to the League Championship Series in search of a fifth straight Ripken League title.
Nolan Schanuel and Darius Foster each homered and combined for seven RBIs as the Big Train are one win away from the Cal Ripken League Championship Series.
Kemp Alderman's walk-off grand slam completed a five-run seventh-inning rally in game two as the Big Train came back to split the doubleheader.
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