What's Happening at NEBC

First Posted May 17, 2016 | Updated May 17, 2016 at 8:53 am

Boston Public School Students Play Ball! at NEBC

The NEBC was proud to host the Play Ball! Foundation Monday for seven innings of spirited baseball between the Roosevelt School of Hyde Park and the Greenwood School in Dorchester. As part of NEBC’s commitment to make field space available to players and teams with limited access to facilities, the teams traveled by bus to Northborough to play on the all-turf big diamond…a first for many of the players.

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IMG_7262Program Director Jen Harney, who oversees the program created to provide inner-city students in need the opportunity to play sports, says field space is perhaps their biggest issue. Without playable fields, Harney said, “sports are just not an option for the kids. They don’t have a baseball glove, they don’t have a park to play in.”

“If field space were not an issue,” she told NEBC recently, “we could double the numbers.” And with the program currently serving 1200 middle-school aged players in the Boston Public School System, the need is great for additional space to accommodate these kids’ desire to play.  In addition to baseball, Play Ball! coordinates teams for football, double dutch, ice hockey and soccer.

The uniqueness of Play Ball!’s mission, as Harney says, “is that we are in the schools. We are literally in the schools.” Coaches are teachers or administrators committed to giving students the opportunity to be the best players, students, and individuals they can be. These teacher/coaches, Harney says, “are the true heroes.” Their role, in addition to teaching and coaching, is to be role models and provide guidance for the student/athletes. Boston Public Schools, Harney said, “need someone at the school keeping the kids focused. The experiential feedback is incredible. Kids show up and are not a problem in class. There is a respect for seeing their teacher as a coach.”

IMG_7251And, she adds, “the ripple effect of sports that Play Ball! offers is really palpable in the schools.”

While field space is one of the greatest needs Play Ball! faces, so too is funding. With the per-player cost averaging only $250, Harney says the format of Play Ball! has been so refined over the years, growth is simply a factor of additional funds and places to play.

“We recently had 100 kids show up to try out for one baseball team,” Harney said, adding that turning away the vast majority of those who showed up was very difficult. “The coach decided to take 30 kids on the team,” she said, stating that the coach wanted to accommodate as many players as he could and would “figure something out” to manage a roster of that size.

The NEBC is proud to welcome Play Ball! to Northborough and looks forward to continued collaboration with this great program. To learn more about Play Ball! and to become involved and/or make a donation in support of their missions, follow this link.

Developing Players at NEBC

First Posted May 12, 2016 | Updated May 12, 2016 at 8:07 am

Good weather…finally!

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Following a week of less-than-favorable weather, the NEBC Spring Development Program has continued to bring players to Northborough to improve their games. With the NEBC Coaching Staff running positional stations, the Spring Dev players enjoyed an evening of perfect weather, last night, as the program enters its third week. The NEBC Spring Development is one of several instructional programs to be delivered annually, fulfilling the NEBC’s commitment to make the Northborough facility the premiere baseball destination, for all teams and players.

The NEBC “Sports” Complex

First Posted May 9, 2016 | Updated May 9, 2016 at 7:50 am

nebcsportsheaderThe NEBC is excited to be working with other area sports organizations to provide state-of-the-art field space to the Northborough/Metro-West communities.

As a “Complex” we maintain our roots in baseball. But with months of perfect playing weather once the baseball season has ended, we have enjoyed a growing partnership with other sports organizations, including soccer, lacrosse, softball, football…with many other sports expressing interest.


Check out our NEBC Sports page for more information and a simple inquiry form if you, or any sport organizer you know, would like to inquire about field availability. http://newenglandbaseball.com/nebcsports-complex/

Body Armor welcomes you…

First Posted May 4, 2016 | Updated May 4, 2016 at 12:24 pm


We continue to enjoy our partnership with Body Armor, and in supporting their mission to delivery a healthier sport beverage to players of all ages. In our combined efforts to increase exposure for Body Armor at NEBC, we have completed the hanging of two entrance banners featuring Mike Trout and the full line of Body Armor sports drinks. When at the NEBC, visit our concessions between Fields 2 and 3.

2016 PG Super25 10U

First Posted May 2, 2016 | Updated May 2, 2016 at 10:24 am

Congratulations to the Poughkeepsie Lightning 10U win over Nokona Baseball in this weekend’s 10U Super25 Regional!

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Welcome UMass Memorial Health Care!

First Posted April 29, 2016 | Updated April 29, 2016 at 3:39 pm


NEBC has been working with UMass Memorial Health Care and CareWell Urgent Care in a sponsor partnership that is taking shape throughout the Complex, staring with the branding of the Field 1 Scoreboard. UMass Memorial Health Care and CareWell Urgent Care recently moved into their new facility on the grounds of the NEBC, and will be partnering with NEBC in other ways in the future.

NEBC Hosts Boston Scholar Athlete 2-day Clinic

First Posted April 22, 2016 | Updated April 27, 2016 at 8:00 am

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The NEBC is hosting a two-day workout clinic with over 30 inner-city Boston high school-age softball and baseball players who came to Northborough to learn from some of the area’s top baseball coaches and players.

Organized by the NEBC Sports Complex, the young players were bussed to Northborough to work with, and learn from, a full roster of baseball talent, including Worcester State Baseball Head Coach Dr. Dirk Baker, Head Coach Mike Callahan of WPI, Sam Sturgis of Pure Performance, vertical_logoand coaches from Tufts University, Framingham State and Trinity College. All coaches worked directly with the group, and shared strength and conditioning tips, fielding and batting skill work and other tips to improve their games.

Working with Boston Scholar Athletes, whose mission is to “support academic achievement through athletics,” NEBC brought the players to Northborough as an extension of the BSA’s commitment to help each student reach their academic and athletic potential, with an eye towards college admissions.

“This is an amazing opportunity for Scholar Athletes’ members, said Terrell Maddox, Senior Athletics Program Manager for BSA. “Through our partnership with New England Baseball Complex and others, we were able to organize a Scholar Athletes Experience and send nearly 100 Boston Public School athletes to their facility to participate in fundamental skills clinics, play regular season games and speak to the many college coaches in attendance about the college athlete recruitment process. know this will be an experience the members will always remember.”

With the NEBC’s involvement, both organizations look forward to increasing BSA students success in attaining college admittance through sports, and hopes to increase the recruiting aspect of the clinic in the future.

2016 Baseball Beanpot at NEBC

First Posted April 18, 2016 | Updated April 21, 2016 at 10:28 am

Boston College 2016 Beanpot Champions

The Baseball Beanpot brought Boston College, Northeastern, Harvard, and UMass to Northborough yesterday for two games resulting in a win for BC, the 12th for them in Beanpot history.

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Following the first game between Harvard and UMass (with a win by the Minutemen 6-2), NEBC’s Jason Kosow and Ted Novio, with coaches Mike Gambino (BC), Bill Decker (Harvard), Mike Stone (UMass), and Mike Glavine (Northeastern) presented John and Nancy Frates with a check for $5,000 in support of the Pete Frates ALS Research and Support Fund. Pete is a former BC player who, in 2006, went 4 for 4 at the plate, helping BC clinch a 10-2 championship win over Harvard. Yesterday’s Beanpot was the 10-year anniversary of that win.

April Classic Comes to a Close

First Posted April 10, 2016 | Updated April 10, 2016 at 8:02 pm

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The sun overpowered the chill for the 2016 April Classic 11U/12U event at NEBC, with both age group championships going to Legends Baseball with a 7-4 win for the 11u and 11-1 win for the 12s.


Updated May 23, 2016 at 9:18 am

Tournament Schedules & Standings

Upcoming Tournaments:

PG Super25 13U Regional

May 29-30

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Updated November 24, 2015 at 3:36 pm

beseen.newBe Seen at NEBC: Sponsorship Opportunities Now Underway

We’re excited to be working with area business, large and small, in establishing visual presentation of your business or service at NEBC. Join us, and other area businesses, in putting your business in front of the tens of thousands of annual visitors NEBC draws from across New England, New York, and nationally. To learn more about NEBC Sponsorship Opportunitites, please visit our Sponsor page.

Field Rentals: Important Message

We appreciate the interest in renting fields at the NEBC.
If you wish to request field space, please visit our Field Rental request form and let us know the times/days you would like to have.
Thank you.

Click here for Field Rental Request Form

Let Us Hear From You!

We invite team coaches, administrators, players, (and even parents!) to contact us and let us know what you would like to see offered at the NEBC. Contact us and leave your information. We will get back to you.

Updated February 22, 2016 at 1:01 pm

Booking Hotels with NEBC

NEBC Featured Hotel Partners provide rates and availability in cooperation with NEBC staff, or via direct contact. Team representatives or individuals may use the link below to provide NEBC with your hotel room needs for any/all tournaments.

Updated December 16, 2015 at 7:15 pm


NEBC Field Rentals

The New England Baseball Complex fields are available to teams and organizations to rent for practices, games, and other activities.

To submit a request for field space,
click the link below.

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333 Southwest Cutoff
P.O. Box 919
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