WEYMOUTH, Mass. (September 2, 2021) -- Following a successful debut during the fall of 2020, the Futures Collegiate Baseball League (FCBL) is back for a second year!
The Second Annual FCBL Golf Tournament is set for Friday, October 8, 2021 at Leicester Country Club (1430 Main St.) in Leicester, Mass. The tournament will kick off with a shotgun start at 12 noon. Following the golf outing, a dinner will begin at approximately 5:30 p.m. and feature the presentation of the league’s final year-end awards.
“We are excited for the return of our new fall tradition with the FCBL Golf Tournament in October,” Commissioner Joe Paolucci said. “Last year’s event was outstanding despite the COVID restrictions that were in place and we look forward to getting together once again and celebrating another year of Futures League baseball.”
Click here to register for the FCBL Golf Tournament. The cost is $500 per foursome or $150 per single player. Tee ($100) and hole ($200) sponsorships are also available. All money raised through the Golf Tournament goes towards scholarships given to the winners of the annual Adam Keenan Sportsmanship & Scholarship Award.
All golfers will receive a Futures League gift bag containing merchandise from all eight teams and admission to the dinner portion of the event. A silent auction, on-course contests during the event, and raffle are also being planned.
Last year’s event featured more than 100 golfers and was highlighted by the first FCBL Hall of Fame induction. The inaugural class included 13 individuals who have, in a variety of ways, contributed to the league’s creation and continued success over the past decade.
Contact Nashua Silver Knights Assistant GM Katie Arend ([email protected], 603-718-8883) with any questions regarding the 2021 FCBL Golf Tournament.
Founded in 2011, the Futures League is a wood-bat league featuring top collegiate baseball players from New England and throughout the country. The league features eight teams following the expansion to two former minor league markets -- Burlington, Vt. and Norwich, Conn. -- for 2021 and has attracted more than two million fans to games since its inception. On the field, over 200 alumni have been drafted by or signed with Major League Baseball organizations and six have advanced all the way to “The Show” including three this year.
For the latest news and information on the FCBL throughout the year, visit thefuturesleague.com and follow the league’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages.