Baseball - Boys Varsity
I.S.L. Co-Champions 2013; Tri-Champions 2016
The Governor's Academy has a rich baseball tradition beginning with standouts such as Bots Young ’45 (tryout with the Yankees) and Fritz Freeman ’48 and leading up to recent graduates playing college baseball at divisions I - III. Established by the dynamic coaching duo of Ted Eames and Buster Navins in the 1930s – 50s and continuing in our program today, our ballplayers learn the fundamentals of the game and are well prepared for the next level should they decide to play in college. Current Academy alums can be found on the fields of Colby College, Williams College, Lafayette University and many others.
Our annual trip to sunny Florida during spring break greatly enhances team spirit, improves ability and gives us a jump on some of the other ISL teams braving the New England winter. The Governors play in the competitive, 16- team Independent School League and were league champs in 1989. Since the late 1980s, the boys of the GA diamond have consistently fielded competitive teams and are looking to resume their role among the league’s elite with a strong pitching rotation. Come spring, the Govs will be ready to take the field and demonstrate the sportsmanship, athleticism and intensity exemplified at The Governor’s Academy.
Regular practice times 3:30 pm Mon, Tues, Thurs and Fridays.
Game day-Wednesdays and Saturdays.
For more information, please email Coach James Cramphin or call 978-499-3153.
Coaches: James Cramphin, and Jim O'Leary