Last Updated: June 26, 2016
Official Website of the
North Jersey Amateur Baseball League
WELCOME TO THE NJABL
Welcome to the online home of the North Jersey Amateur Baseball League (NJABL). The NJABL is an 18 and up all-wood bat baseball league with teams from Bergen, Passaic, Hudson and Rockland (NY) Counties. The goal of the NJABL is to provide an organized and highly competitive environment for current collegiate baseball players, as well as recent graduates and former professional ballplayers. The strength and commitment of our core teams as well as the quality of the athlete competing will allow the league to grow, succeed and be the premier wood bat baseball league of North Jersey.
Raiders Win in the 7th
June 14, 2016
The Raiders jumped out to an early lead with a 3-run Home Run by Armond Biagini. Biagini finished the day going 2-4 with 3RBIs. Pauly Cantilina pitched 5+ innings with 8Ks with a ND. PJ Saporito went 3-3 at the plate belting a solo HR and double in the bottom of the 7th as he scored on the game winning hit from Chris Liquori.
Englewood 7 Wyckoff 3
June 13, 2016
Solid pitching A's starter by Josh Kwak who threw 5 shutout innings, scattering three hits while striking out eight batters. The offense was led by Robin "Bip" Roberts who was a triple shy of the cycle, had 2 RBI, three runs scored & a stolen base. Englewood's catcher Mario Martinez had two hits & two RBI. Josh Miller & Pete Moore also chipped in with two hits a piece. Wyckoff's Matt Giacose had two hits & a home run in the sixth.
The Salty Dogs sweep the Astros in a Double Header
June 12, 2016
Joe Stewart pitched a complete game striking out 6 to earn his 1st win for the Salty Dogs this season. The Salty Dogs were powered by Matt Flannery, John Malm and John Michael Verwoert who had 2 RBI's each, scoring Nick O'Connor and Jariel Burgos who each scored 3 times.
Englewood 11 Little Ferry 1
June 8, 2016
Englewood's offense put up nineteen hits on the night. Six different Englewood A's hitters had three-hits a piece. Josh Kwak held Little Ferry to one earned run while striking out three hitters & scattering four hits. Little Ferry's Ian Steepy had two hits & pitched a complete game.
Sox combine 13 hits and small ball for first 2016 Win
June 7, 2016
The Black Sox 2-3-4 hitters pounded 13 hits and mixed in 2 sac bunts and 2 sac fly's to stay ahead of Little Ferry all night on Tuesday. Pat Moriarty went 3-4 with an RBI and scored a run, but it was Anthony Vigorito who singled to leadoff the 6th and scored after stealing second on the hit by "Sniper" Goldis Cole Bumbales went the first 3 and Zach Zareva earned the win. Moriarty came in from center-field with 1 out in the 7th for the save, his first as a Black Socks.
For Little Ferry who has played 4 games thus far and entered 0 stats, were led by Spitaletta who is not on the posted roster.He tripled in 3 runs and scored in the Blue Devils 4 run 5th to tie the game.
PARAMUS 3, BERGEN 1
June 4, 2016
ADAMO HITS 3-RUN HOMER IN BOTTOM HALF OF 6TH INNING TO LIFT BIRDS TO A 3-1 VICTORY.
Page throws a no-hitter for Englewood
June 3, 2016
Ryan Page threw a complete game shutout no-hitter, while striking out twelve batters for the Englewood A's. Fair Lawn's only runner reached base reached on a dropped third strike, in the bottom of the seventh inning. The A's offense was lead by Josh Miller who hit a two-run homer in the bottom of the first. Englewood's Johnathan Marichal also chipped in with two hits of his own, a stolen base & a run scored. Vito Marichal had the A's other RBI of the game.
Englewood 9 Wyckoff 1
June 2, 2016
Solid outing by Englewood A's newcomer Blake Smith. Smith threw five solid innings only allowing one earned run, on one hit while striking out ten batters. Wander Jimenez & Vin Luppino chipped in with shutout innings of their own. The offense was lead by Robin "Bip" Roberts who had two hits & two runs scored. Paul Rosa also sealed the A's first victory with a two run homer in the bottom of the sixth inning. Wyckoff's Matt Giacose had a solo homer in the game for the Raiders.
The Salty Dogs earn their 1st win against Wyckoff
June 1, 2016
Danny Gallagher picked up the win in relief of Joe Stewart for the Pearl River Salty Dogs, and offensively, John Verwoert had 3 hits and 3 RBI's, and Chris Wrenn had 1 hit and 1 RBi. With the score tied 5-5 in the bottom of the 7th, Jariel Burgos led off with a walk, was moved to 3rd by a single by Henry Villegas, and then Burgos scored the winning run on a past ball.
Nyack beats Pearl River 4-2 in the season opener
June 1, 2016
Mike Pasch pitches 6 innings to earn his first win for the Nyack Indians in the season opener. Vincent Lea pitched a complete game for the Pearl River Salty Dogs, and John Malm had 1 hit and 1 RBI.
2015 NABF World Series
August 10, 2015
The Englewood A's were the first North Jersey Amatuer Baseball League (NJABL) team to ever participate in the annual NABF World Series in Battle Creek, Michigan. The NABF World Series consists of the top 12 amauter teams in the nation affiliated with the National Amatuer Baseball Federation (NABF). The A's run ended with losses to the Cincinnati Chiefs (Cincinnati Rec Commission, OH), Lombard Orioles (Chicago Suburban Baseball league, IL) & the Battistoni Diesel (Buffalo MUNY AAA, NY). Later in the tournament, the Battistoni Diesel went on to defeat Lombard Orioles in the national championship game, crowning the Battistoni Diesel the 2015 NABF national champions.
Please visit website for more information about the NABF World Series:
Englewood A's headed to Battle Creek, Michigan for NABF World Series
August 2, 2015
10 Englewood A's vs. 0 Bergenfield Yankees (Met League)
The Englewood A's scored 4 in the first and never looked back in the NABF Hackensack Regional championship game as they advanced to the World Series in Battle Creek, MI with a 10-0 win over the Bergen Yankees. Jack Winters (Nyack Indians) went the complete game (8-inning mercy rule), allowing 7 hits and striking out 8 Yanks. Ian Steepy (Little Ferry Devils) scored 3 runs for the A's and Josh Miller drove in 3. The Yankees Kyle Norton had 2 doubles in the game. The NABF World Series begins in Battle Creek on Thursday, August 6th for the A's in their first trip out. Englewood is the first team ever NJABL team to win a NJABL Regional title & qualify for a NABF World Series.
For more information about the Englewood A's & NABF World Series, please check out this website:
A's Advance to Final in a Masterful Pitcher's Duel with Brothers (Staten Island, NY)
August 1, 2015
Bryan Halberg (Nyack Indians) of Englewood and Andy Wells of Brothers went at it toe for toe in a pitchers duel for the ages in the 2nd semi-final game at Foschini park in Hackensack. Wells retired the first nine A's on strike outs in order thru 3 innings and the first 10 he faced overall. Halberg was nearly as dominant striking out 6 thru 4 and cruising to a 6-hit, complete game shutout with 8 strikeouts that would carry the A's to the Finals. Neither team could break through on the other's ace as Brothers left a total of 10 men on base. However, it was the A's who finally got to Wells with 2 outs and no one on in the top of the 9th when Rich Baerga (Nyack Indians) tripled to deep right center and was driven home by Robin Roberts' single thru the right side. Wells allowed on 4 hits (2 until those final 2 in the 9th) and struck out 15 A's without issuing a walk in his complete game.
Yankees Eliminate Paramus Birds to Advance to Regional Final
August 1, 2015
13 BERGENFIELD YANKEES (MET League) 9 PARAMUS BIRDS
The Bergen Yankees advanced to the regional final by coming back from a 9-5 deficit by scoring 8 unanswered runs combined between the 6th and 7th innings. The outburst was highlighted by Kyle Norton's 3-run blast over the left center field fence which capped the scoring. Sean Reitz was brilliant in relief for the Yankees to get the win with 5-innings of work where he only allowed 1 run on 3 hits.
TWO NJABL IN NABF REGIONAL SEMI-FINALS
August 1, 2015
Saturday 8/1/15 at Foschini Park in Hackensack:
10am (consolation game)
12:30pm (semi-final 1)
4pm (semi-final 2)
For more information about NBAF Regional tournament see the website:
ENGLEWOOD BEATS HACKENSACK TROASTS 4-3
July 30, 2015
July 30, 2015
AABC - Mid Atlantic Regional (Albany, NY)
Bergen Pirates v. Albany Athletics 11am at Keenholts Park
Bergen will play either at 2:30 or 5pm at Keenholts Park
NABF - Hackensack Regional (Hackensack, NJ)
Englewood v. Hackensack Troasts 8pm at Foschini Park
Englewood v. Paramus Birds 5pm at Foschini Park
Paramus Birds v. Hackensack Troasts 8pm at Foschini Park
INDIANS CAPTURE THEIR 6TH NJABL TITLE
The Nyack Indians captured their 6th NJABL championship and 9th overall franchise title with 5-0 victory over the Bergan Pirates. Bryan Halberg threw a complete game 3 hit shutout striking out 7 while not walking a batter. The Indians broke a scoreless tie getting to the Pirate starter Zack Davis with 5 runs in the 6th. The inning started with the 3rd hitter, Mark Duncan getting hit by a pitch. Zac Nersesian followed with a single. Coach Ken Pommerencke decided not to bunt, feeling the hot hand, and after a wild pitch, DH, newcomer Chuck Olsen delivered a 2 run sharp single to center. The inning continued with a walk to veteran Mark Stanford and a clutch 2 out RBI single from 3rd basemen Keith Zeig.
The Indians went undefeated in their playoff run with wins over Wyckoff, Rutherford, Rockland and with a 4-2 Chris Haggerty win against the Pirates in the first game of the finals.
NYACK SWEEPS TO CAPTURE CROWN!!!!
Bergen 2 - Nyack 4
Nyack 5 - Bergen 0
FINAL 2015 STANDINGS
July 15, 2015
July 24, 2015
#8 Bergen Pirates vs. #2 Nyack Indians
Game 1 - 7/24 at OverPeck Park 7:30pm
Game 2 - 7/25 at Breslin Field 12:30pm
Game 3 - 7/26 at OverPeck Park 12:30pm (if necessary)
July 23, 2015
#1 Englewood 0 #8 Bergen 4
(Bergen eliminates Englewood & advances to the championship (best of 3) vs. Nyack Indians
#2 Nyack 4 vs. #5 Rockland 2
(Nyack eliminates Rockland & advances to championship (best of 3) vs. Bergen Pirates)
July 22, 2015
#1 Englewood 13 #3 Rutherford 12 (8 innings)
(Englewood eliminates Rutherford & advances to the semi-final round vs. Bergen Pirates)
#7 Wyckoff 1 vs. #5 Rockland 3 (8 innings)
(Rockland eliminates Wyckoff & advances to semi-final round vs. Nyack Indians)
SUNDAY PLAYOFF MATCH UPS
July 19, 2015
Nyack vs Rutherford winners bracket NYACK WINS 3-2
Bergen vs Rockland winners bracket BERGEN WINS 9-3
Park Ridge vs Englewood elimination game. ENGLEWOOD WINS 3-0
Wyckoff vs Paramus elimination game WYCKOFF WINS 13-2
Playoff seedings set
July 15, 2015
With the regular season coming to an end this evening, final playoff spots were secured by Wyckoff and Bergen.
First Round action on Saturday will see:
#1 Englewood vs #8 Bergen BERGEN WINS 10-6
#2 Nyack vs #7 Wyckoff NYACK WINS 7-4
#3 Rutherford vs #6 Paramus RUTHERFORD WINS 2-1
#4 Park Ridge vs #5 Rockland ROCKLAND WINS 5-4
NJABL is a member of the NABF
The North Jersey Amateur Baseball League is affiliated with the National Amateur Baseball Federation (NABF).
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