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Can The Beers Brew Some Wins Without Hobbs?
Golden Glove Center Fielder Out!
The Beers will be without Gold Glove Center Fielder, Tim Hobbs. Hobbs was batting .300 at the time of the injury. Scoring in 4 out of 5 games, including the game which Hobbs was hit in the wrist by a pitch. 

Hobbs injury comes only 5 games into the 30 game season, and with an injury that typically lasts between 8 weeks and 6 months, The Beers hope it's on the shorter end. When asked about the recovery time Hobbs commented, "I've been pretty wiped with recovery, but I'm hoping to be back soon."

The starting Center Fielder, and Beers veteran was expected to show rookies, Misha Holzman and Anthony Rizzo how the team expects them to produce at the plate. Brewing wins in the NYC MABL is not easy. With The Beers outfield comprised of rookie Right Fielder, Anthony Rizzo, pro prospect, Center Fielder, Devin Warner, and hurling Right Fielder, Eric Weber, they'll expect to pick up a brunt of the work.​​
The Beers head into a very difficult part of their schedule, facing both division leading teams, the Blue Jays at 10-3 and the Mudhens at 12-0. Let's hope there are some W's on the "Beer List."​​

  1. May 6, 2018
    vs. Downtown Bulls (3-9)
    W 6-4 | W 4-6
  2. May 20, 2018
    vs. NY Blue Jays (10-3)
  3. June 3, 2018
    vs. NY Mudhens (12-0)
    9:00am EST
  4. June 10, 2018
    vs. Gotham Bats (8-6)
    2:30pm EST

PREVIEW: New York Beers vs. New York Blue Jays
WATCH: New York Beers vs. Downtown Bulls 
Wild Card Rematch - POSTPONED
​​The Jays may have a grasp on first place in the Bronx/Manhattan Division, but they’ll face a stiff test from a hard-charging Beers club that comes into Sunday having won its last four games. ​​
Check out some highlights from the New York Beers win over the Downtown Bulls at Roberto Clemente Park on Sunday, May 6th, 2018

NY Beers Workout with:
1B #11 - Max Loehrke
That the Beers have won four straight without the services of the dominant Ryan Smith should be a concern to the rest of the teams in the division. In his absence, the club has relied on a committee of hurlers, including Aaron Sarfatti, Ethan Garry, Matt Regan and others, to vault back into contention. If Smith is back this week, the Jays might find themselves looking up at the first-place Riders, considering Juan Ramos’ club may take two wins from the Cardinals earlier in the day.

The Jays, however, will look to their high-powered offense, led by batting leader Francisco Candelario (.543 avg) to end the Beers’ win streak and stay ahead of the pack.

Sneak peek video of First Baseman, Max Loehrke's impressive workout regiment at The Beers Practice Facility, The Bronx Brewery.
K-K-K-K-K-Keep them
Ryan Smith strikes out 11 batters in 5 innings pitched. What a performance by the leagues best pitcher. Can he get any better?!
Spring is here? 

Cold Beers are refreshing when it's warm out.

​​This winter, The Beers will be looking for new flavors to fill the loss of pitcher, Victor Rivera, and big bat, Anderson Herrad. ​​
Victor Rivera recaps his epic game, hospital visit
Following the holiday break, Victor Rivera helps the Beers route the other team with a loss. A major game at the plate for Victor, and can he keep this performance up during the season?
​The MABL NYC will be hosting indoor training sessions. The sessions will be held two nights a week (Tuesday-Wednesday) from Jan. 16 to March 21 at the Roberto Clemente State Park Gym in the Bronx. Players will be able to train in the batting cages, on the mound and even use the gym space to get a little defensive work in.

Below is a list of times and dates for sessions at the Roberto Clemente Gym:
January: 16, 17, 23, 24, 30, 31
February: 6, 7, 13, 21, 27, 28
March: 6, 13, 14, 21
Tuesday Nights (7:30 - 9:30 p.m.) &
Wednesday Nights (8:30 - 9:30 p.m.)

IPA: Inferior Performance Apathy for the Beers
Video analysis of the devastating Beers loss last weekend. 

See it here: