Founded in 1950



07/28/2014Merchants-Reds Split Sunday Doubleheader, Other Games Rained Out
07/27/2014Sunday 2:30 PM Update: Games in Melrose & Reading PPD
07/26/2014Blue Sox Win 8th Straight, Dunphy Gets 7th Win for Chiefs
07/25/2014Halsey, Smoske & Boyle Get Bulldogs 8-1 Win
07/24/2014Blue Sox Win 7th Straight, Reds' Ahearn Goes to 5-0, Chiefs Win 10-0 & Merchants Edge Bulldogs
07/23/2014Searles Leads Merchants to 10-2 Win, Blue Sox Rally to Beat Reds, 9-7
07/22/2014Hartwell Hits Grand Slam in Bulldogs Win, Reds Edge Chiefs, 5-4
07/21/2014Merchants Win, Reds, Blue Sox & Chiefs Throw Shutouts in Sunday's ICL Action
07/20/2014Full ICL Schedule on Tap for Sunday
07/19/2014Merchants' Ferlan Shutouts Bulldogs at Endicott, Blue Sox Win 4th Straight
07/18/2014Americans and Trojans Gain Thursday Night Wins
07/17/2014Two ICL Games on Thursday Schedule
07/16/20142:45 PM UPDATE: All Wednesday Games are Postponed
07/16/2014Trojans Win in Woburn, Three ICL Games Scheduled on Wednesday
07/15/2014Chiefs Take Tuesday Night Win, Game in Watertown was Rained Out

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Founded to provide the best that amateur baseball has to offer, the Intercity League (ICL) was organized and has been in continuous operation in the Greater Boston area since 1950.

The 2014 Intercity League season promises to be one of the best ever as we begin league games on Wednesday, May 28. Our regular season will run through early August which will be followed by the always exciting ICL playoffs.

Over the last 64 seasons, ICL franchises have been located in Medford, Wakefield, Lexington, Malden, Everett, Somerville, Melrose, Cambridge, Reading, Wilmington, Winthrop, Lynnfield, Woburn, Waltham, Lowell, East Boston, Arlington and Watertown.

Hundreds of Intercity League players have enjoyed rewarding professional baseball careers and almost all others have displayed their talent at the finest baseball colleges throughout the country.

The Intercity League is widely considered among the best amateur leagues in the Northeast. Knowledgeable baseball people and fans believe the ICL offers the best amateur baseball product around. Our teams combine a unique blend of top collegiate talent, professional baseball prospects and former major and minor league veterans.

Competition on the field is paramount and the Intercity League provides the forum for highly competitive and intense summer baseball.

The price of admission to all Intercity League regular season games is free.

Catch a game or two and you’ll keep coming back for more exciting baseball action!!!

Intercity Baseball League