1. 2014 NYCMBL Champions!

    2014 NYCMBL Champions!

    The Beers are NYCMBL AA Champions! Defeating the BQE Nationals by scores of 4-0 and 2-1, the Beers sweep the championship. Ryan Smith and Bobby Steinsdoerfer each went the distance on the mound. Brandon Parks homered to help seal the deal in game 1, and ripped an RBI double down the right field line in game 2. Highlights, photos, and box scores to come.
  2. Vote Beers for the 2015 All Star Game

    Vote Beers for the 2015 All Star Game

    The NY Beers will be sending 4 players to the NYCMBL All Star Game on Sunday September 14th. The first 3 have been announced: Ryan Smith, Brandon Parks and Matt Regan. The 4th one is being left to the fans to vote on. Submit your vote today by clicking here!
  3. PREVIEW: 2017 Season - New York Beers

    PREVIEW: 2017 Season - New York Beers

    The Beers bring back nearly everyone from the 2016 season, including P/SS Ryan Smith, who– when healthy– may be the best pitcher in the league. Smith logged only 20 innings on the mound in 2016, but managed to strike out 49 batters while pitching to a 0.35 ERA. He was also one of the Beers' main contributors at the plate, batting .342 in the regular season. Outfielder Tim Hobbs, coming into his third year with the ballclub, continues to improve and established himself as one of the league's premier table-setters in 2016. Last season, he hit .480 with 23 RBIs and 21 runs scored to set the tone for the rest of the Beers' lineup. He will be joined in the outfield by Chris Moseley, who missed the 2016 season but was a major contributor to the Beers' 2014 championship run in the NYCMBL.
  4. OPENING DAY 2017: New York Beers split with the New York Patriots

    OPENING DAY 2017: New York Beers split with the New York Patriots

    The Beers take game one in the opening day double header. With stellar performances by Anderson Harrod (DH) at the plate and Ryan Smith (P 1-0) on the mound. The Beers survive a 7 inning nail biter, but then get stomped in game two.


    The Beers prospects heading into the 2017 season looked promising. Ethan Garry's arm strength and off speed pitches have proven to be affective weapons on the mound, but his stamina and forearm fatigue becomes a growing concern for The Beers. Ethan's first outing was encouraging, but resulted in a loss. In Ethan's next performance he allowed one earned run after pitching five solid innings. Let's hope his arm strength continues to grow, and we see more performances like that one in The Beers future. Chris Jenkins came in as a recruit from Stanford University. The 6'7" strikeout machine was rated the No. 12 prospect by Baseball America following his summer performance for Holyoke in the New England Collegiate Summer League. Unfortunately, Chris passed on the opportunity to play for The Beers, and is taking the 2017 season to play Tennis. Though The Beers off season was productive they acquired David Sanchez from the NY Patriots, Anderson Herrad from the NY Roughriders, they still had "The Veteran" Victor Rivera, "The Human Torch" Ryan Smith, "The Side Winder" Pete Darling, "Who Said Pitchers Can Hit" Eric Weber, Brian "You Want Some" Moore, and "Mr Business" Aaron Sarfatti.
  6. PREVIEW: New York Beers vs. Gotham City Bats

    PREVIEW: New York Beers vs. Gotham City Bats

    Ryan Smith and Aaron Sarfatti look to continue how they started off the season. A very strong Gotham Bats team is next. The last time these two teams met was May of 2016 and the Bats swept the series 2-0. The Beers, Victor Rivera, pitched an incredible 1 run game but fell short, being shutout in game one by Benjamin Strack. Game two seemed more productive for the Beers at the plate, but wasn't enough to compete with the Bats 12 runs. April 2017, should lead to another great matchup between these teams. Tim Hobbs will look to go head to head against the Bats ace pitcher, Benjamin Strack.
  7. PREVIEW: New York Beers vs. New York Tigers

    PREVIEW: New York Beers vs. New York Tigers

    The Beers found goose eggs in the win columns of their baskets on Easter Sunday. The Tigers pawed out a 9-2 victory in game one as The Beers starting pitcher struggled to find a rhythm. Game two was flawless by Ryan Smith, setting The Beers up with a 5-0 lead after the 5th. Once again The Beers bullpen struggles, allowing 6 runs in two innings. The game ends in a 6-6 tie. "There should be no tying in baseball?!"
  8. PREVIEW: New York Beers vs. New York Roughriders

    PREVIEW: New York Beers vs. New York Roughriders

    These two teams squared off last August in a wild, extra-inning playoff game that the Riders won in walk-off fashion. No doubt the Beers, coming into the game just a smidge under .500, will be looking for some measure of revenge on Sunday. The Beers' staff has been led by Ryan Smith and Anderson Herrad, who are both pitching to sub-1.00 ERAs thus far, and if both players take the mound on Sunday, they could have a chance to shut down a potent Riders' lineup that has been led by Rogelio Suriel, who is hitting an astounding .625 on the year.
  9. PREVIEW: New York Beers vs. Downtown Bulls

    PREVIEW: New York Beers vs. Downtown Bulls

    The New York Beers and Downtown Bulls matched up this off season in a spring training preseason game with no stakes in the line, but a whole lot to prove.​​ In this regular season match up The Beers would have ace pitcher Ryan Smith (1-0) throwing game one and Anderson Herrad (1-1) throwing game two. ​​With weather conditions worsening as the day progressed, Ryan Smith managed to grip on to a 5-0 lead and get his first win of the season 5-2. Anderson Herrad complete game performance on the mound in game two would prove to be a very positive outcome for The Beers. Winning 5-1 and sweeping the series against The Bulls. Pitching may have proved to be dominating, but it was the work at the plate by Max Loehrke that really sparked The Beers offense. ​While talks of PEDs circulate in the MLB, conversations of PEBs (Performance Enhancing Beers) surface in the MABL. Max Loehrke has been batting .500 for the start of the season and with 11 Hits, he leads The Beers in hitting.​​
  10. Can The Beers Brew Some Wins Without Hobbs?

    Can The Beers Brew Some Wins Without Hobbs?

    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.​​
  11. 2018 PLAYOFFS: BEERS clinch MABL Wildcard spot!

    2018 PLAYOFFS: BEERS clinch MABL Wildcard spot!

    This will be the 5th time this season the New York Beers meet the Gotham Bats. The Bats "drank" the Beers dry of any wins against them this regular season (0-4). The Beers hope to rebound from that in a one game Wildcard nine inning match up. Let's see how they fair first week of August. UPDATE: Beers advance by beating the Bats 2-1 F.
  12. 2018 PLAYOFFS: New York Beers vs New York Rough Riders

    2018 PLAYOFFS: New York Beers vs New York Rough Riders

    The Beers face off against one of the top teams in the 2018 MABL Playoffs, the New York Rough Riders. They're coming into the playoffs well rested and hot, but the Beers did split a two game series with them at the end of the 2018 regular season. This could be a very interesting three (3) game series. UPDATE: Rough Riders knock off the Beers in game three. (Series 2-1) Beers jump out to an early lead against the Rough Riders in game one but can't hold on. With the Beers and Rough Riders holding their aces until game two, it would lead to an interesting match up. Had the Beers won game one they would've been in a great position for game 2 with Ryan Smith on the mound. Instead they split and the series was knotted at 1-1. Game three would victorious to the team with any gas left in their tank. The Rough Riders having a deeper roster would prevail. With some key players missing, the Beers end up flat. Losing game 3, and the series 2-1.
  13. PREVIEW: 2019 Season

    PREVIEW: 2019 Season

    There's not a lot of sugar coating to the Beers last few years. They had the best comeback seasons record wise (2017/2018) in the league by going 18-8 after coming from slow starts in April and May. Being now in a expanding division with the Bats, Riders, Marlins and Dbacks, no one can reasonably argue that beers will be competitive in 2019 if Ryan Smith was not on their squad. So now the focus shifts to beers former Cy Young Veteran Ryan Smith. He is the Beers ace who can rack up the stats with 100 k's a year, give the team an automatic win once hes on that mound and carry a team to the promise land something that could possibly be repeated which Smith previously accomplished in 2014 if healthy. The beers are banking on a return to health from slugger Tim Hobbs among other things, to help this group get back on track in 2019. Three (3) players to watch out: Tim Hobbs, Ryan Smith, Ethan Garry