Three leagues. Thirty-two teams. One summer.
And it felt so good for starving baseball fans all over New England.
Another year, a much more normal year of summer collegiate baseball in New England -- after the very subdued slate during the COVID-impacted year of 2020 -- has come and gone.
From Memorial Day through the end of last week, there was a plethora of action across all three of the region’s leagues as the Cape Cod League, NECBL and Futures Collegiate League were all in action in one summer for the first time since 2019.