It’s a special year for both the Falmouth Commodores and the Cape Cod Baseball League. The Cape Cod Baseball League, recognized as one of the nation’s premiere collegiate summer leagues, was originally founded in 1923. When it was formed, the league consisted of only four teams – Falmouth, Chatham, Hyannis, and Osterville.
100 years later, the Cape is still considered the premiere collegiate baseball league – only now with 10 teams. Spend this season enjoying baseball and celebrating the Falmouth Commodores Centennial Season!
Falmouth Commodores Centennial Celebration
The Falmouth and surrounding community came to Guv Fuller Field on July 15th to help the Commodores celebrate their centennial season. There were giant games, player autographs, meet the mascot (Homer), food trucks, and more. And, the Puffy Elvis band joined in the excitement. Check out this video of the fun-filled afternoon.
Ryan Lefebvre, a play-by-play announcer for the Kansas City Royals, congratulates the Commodores on 100 years. Lefebvre played with the Falmouth Commodores in 1991 & 1992 and was named a Cape Cod Baseball League All-Star.
BASEBALL AT FALMOUTH HEIGHTS FIELD
Did you know the Commodores used to play in Falmouth Heights and home runs would hit the houses around the field? Check out these old time baseball pictures of the team.