If you have been looking at wanting to play 19th century base ball but didn’t know where to go or maybe you wanted to start your own club because there are none around you, well you’ve come to the right place! We are currently stocking players to play in new cities and towns in 2013. Already ready to go are the Hoboken Nine and the Brooklyn Eckfords in the north. In eastern Pennsylvania, the Brandywine BBC of West Chester is in the early formation stages and is looking for charter members. In north eastern Maryland there are a few opportunities. You can hook up with the Cecil Club of Chesapeake City who is looking to strengthen its roster for 2013. They have a great set up that is taking place between the town of Chesapeake City and the Club so you don’t want to miss out on that. Rising Sun is starting up a club as well in Cecil County and they are looking at bolstering their roles. Moving to 2014, we are looking at adding a club in the Lancaster/Strasburg area as part of the Strasburg Rail Road. Moving back to 2013, players are needed to fill spots for the Chesapeake Nine of Baltimore, the Potomac Nine of Washington, and the Arundel Exclesiors. If you live in northern Virginina, the Old Dominion BBC wants to talk to you. Out “west” the Mechanicsburg Nine and the new Carroll County BBC are looking for new members. Finally, there is a new club forming in St Mary’s County on the Maryland Western Shore. Still not close enough for you? Well contact us and we’ll help you get a club started in your town. Our ultimate goal is to have a 19th century base ball club within a 1 hours drive from everywhere along the east coast from Connecticut to southern Virginia. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details and we’ll get back to you with everything you need to know! Are you man (or woman) enough to play without a glove!?!