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NY Boulders Add Israeli Olympian Lowengart

FL New York Boulders February 8, 2024 - Rockland County, NY - The New York Boulders announced today the signing of Team Israel Olympic Baseball Team member Assaf Lowengart. Lowengart, 25, has played at the highest level of international baseball for many years and will be making his professional debut with the Boulders. "The game of baseball has taken me around the world and one of my stops was working out with Team Israel and playing an exhibition game against the Boulders at Clover Stadium before the Olympics in 2021" Lowengar... Full Story

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Boulders and Knockouts to Host Florida Joint Open Try-Out

FL New York Boulders January 26, 2024 - Rockland County, NY - The New York Boulders and the New England Knockouts of the Frontier League announced today the teams will host a joint, open-try out in Florida on March 1st and 2nd . The tryout will be held at the Lawnwood Sports Complex in Fort Piece, FL from 8am-1am each day. Admission is $199 per player. Sign-ups are on-line only at or Participation is limited and no cash will be accepted at the event. The teams are partnering with F... Full Story

New York Boulders Baseball and Fidelis Care Partner to Fight Hunger in Rockland County

FL New York Boulders December 1, 2023 - Pomona, NY - The New York Boulders and Fidelis Care, one of the team's key corporate partners since 2014, once again joined together this baseball season to help feed Rockland County's hungry. For each of the 59 home runs hit by Boulders players during 2023 home games at Clover Stadium, the Boulders Community Fund - the organization's charitable, philanthropic arm - and Fidelis Care donated $50 to the People to People food pantry, totaling $2,950. Together, the Boulders and Fidelis Care also don... Full Story

New York Boulders Manager TJ Stanton to Return in 2024

FL New York Boulders November 6, 2023 - POMONA, NY - New York Boulders manager TJ Stanton has officially signed on to return for the 2024 season, the team announced Friday. Stanton will enter his fourth season at the helm of the Boulders this spring. "We welcome back TJ as our manager," Boulders president Shawn Reilly said. "While we fell short of the playoffs and championship last year, TJ has put together a good, young core of players." "With improved pitching this year we feel confident TJ can get us a championship this seaso... Full Story

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