James Mosher Baseball League Celebrates 57 years in the Rosemont Community

Updated Sunday November 5, 2017 by James Mosher Associates, Inc..

The James Mosher Baseball League will celebrate it's 59th season of teaching "America's Game" to over 300 youths in the heart of the Rosemont, Sandtown-Wincester/Harlem Park Communities. Each year we teach young boys and girls ages ranging from 4-18 to promote good sportsmanship, team play, positive work ethics on and off the field and simple respect for others which we use baseball as that vehicle.

As the oldest African American Baseball League in the State of Maryland over 15,000 youths have come through our program much who have gone on to be great leaders in their professions and  great citizens of Baltimore City and throughout the State of Maryland.

Please celebrate with us this year as we host multiple events this season starting with our Opening Day Parade on April 21, 2018 at the new Eddie Murray at BGE Park (Home of James Mosher Baseball) field and our worship service on Sunday April 22, 2016 at the Church of the Holy Trinity located at 2400 W. Lafayette Avenue.