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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.

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.)​​

  1. March 18, 2018
    vs. NY Mudhens (Pre-Season)
    12:00pm EST
  2. March 25, 2018
    vs. Bronx Cardinals (0-0)
    9:00am EST
  3. April 1, 2018
    vs. TBA (0-0)
  4. April 8, 2018
    vs. TBA (0-0)
  1. TBA
  2. TBA

(4) Jays v. (5) Beers
NY Beers Workout with:
1B #11 - Max Loehrke
They meet again

​​Randall’s Island will play host to a meeting between the No. 4 and No. 5 seeds, the Blue Jays and Beers will be tangling up in a decisive third game this season.​​
Sneak peek video of First Baseman, Max Loehrke's impressive workout regiment at The Beers Practice Facility, The Bronx Brewery.
​The No. 4 seeded Blue Jays and the fifth-seeded Beers split a wild double header back in early May, pointing to what could be a thrilling playoff matchup, but one team has a huge X-factor.

Pitching-wise, they Blue Jays have been a middle-of-the-pack staff. With a team ERA of 5.53, they’ve certainly given up their share of runs, but they do have a pair of pitchers in Jeffery Santos and Joey McDonald that have shown the ability to keep men off base. One of the biggest strengths of the ballclub may also be its downfall. While the team loves to run, swiping 79 bases on the season, they may want to pick their spots, as they’ve been caught on nearly 25% of their attempts.

Unfortunately, the Beers will be without X-factor pitcher, and surefire Cy Young winner Ryan Smith who went 4-1 with a microscopic 1.02 ERA this year. In a freak accident, Ryan Smith was placed on the DL with a broken toe. The Beers will rely heavily on the arms knuckleballer Matt Regan, who turned in a tremendous 2.15 ERA this season and silent ace, Eric Weber.
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?!
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?
L.O.B.s - L.O.B.s
"Lots Of Beers - Left On Base”

​​Both the Beers and Jays split last weekend, but the Jays could be in trouble as it appears as though Beers’ ace Ryan Smith is rounding into form.​​
IPA: Inferior Performance Apathy for the Beers
Video analysis of the devastating Beers loss last weekend. 

See it here: 
​Smith, who has pitched somewhat sparingly over the last few years, has been a workhorse for the Beers this year, logging 20 innings of work thus far to lead his club. He has pitched to a 0.35 ERA and struck out 43 batters in that time, serving as both a starter and a closer (2 saves).

The performance of Anderson Herrad, who has posted a 1.82 ERA over 15 innings, means that Beers have found a reliable No. 2 starter, which should make them tough to beat down the stretch.