Ralph Martignetti is Baseball Commissioner of the North End Athletic Association.
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North End Athletic Association Girls Softball Completes Second Successful Season

The North End Athletic Association (NEAA) girls softball program closed down their 2019 season with a last practice followed by a pizza party and awards ceremony. The girls, who worked very hard all spring under the tutelage of coach Chuck Bilikas, had a chance to get recognized for all their efforts. This is year two Read More…

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North End Pitchers Tossed Combined No-Hitter to Beat Hill House

The early season North End Athletic Association (NEAA) Major League All-Stars played a skilled Hill House All-Stars team on a muggy Monday night at Langone Field. Alex Parisi took the hill and promptly struck the first batter out. After letting up a walk, the third batter got a hold of a Parisi pitch to the Read More…

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North End Athletic Association Field Updates for the 2019 Baseball Season

With both Puopolo and Langone Parks undergoing a facelift, the North End Athletic Association (NEAA) will be using different fields for the 2019 baseball season. Our 4- and 5-year-old program will use the Greenway across from Mother Anna’s restaurant. That program will take place 9 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. on Saturdays and Sundays in May Read More…

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North End Athletic Association Baseball Registration is Now Open

North End Athletic Association (NEAA) has announced their registration for baseball ages 4-21 (your age is determined by how old you will be on April 30, 2019) and girls softball ages 7-12 is now open. There are a number of programs NEAA offers under the baseball umbrella. They are primarily based on age, but if NEAA Read More…

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Corner Café Rules North End Softball Again

The Corner Café, for the eighteenth time in 22 years, took home the North End Men’s Softball Championship. The Corner was the #1 seed in the playoffs after a 15-1-1 regular season. The team blends the talents of longtime stars like Steve “Donuts” Passatempo, Andrew Madden, Anthony Coppola, Vince DiNictolis, Mike Unwin and Michael Murphy Read More…

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North End Athletic Association Concludes Successful 2018 Baseball Season

2018 was a summer of extreme heat and dry weather followed by a summer of non-stop rain. Neither condition is ideal to run a baseball league, but the NEAA pulled off another successful season. The 4-year-old clinic headed by Carl Hall fought through some tough weather to deliver our 4 year olds a fun and memorable springtime of baseball. The Read More…

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North End Athletic Association Captures City Baseball League Championship

A feisty and determined 12u team selected out of the NEAA Majors Program stared down and defeated rivals Charlestown, in the semi-finals, and South Boston, in the finals to capture the 2018 Boston City Baseball League (BCBL) Championship. The North End team coached by Jon Larson, John Pezzuto and managed by Juli McHugh had a complete effort throughout the regular Read More…

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North End Athletic Association Dodgers Playing Winning Baseball

The North End Athletic Association (NEAA) 21U baseball team has reached the halfway point of the season in second place! Led by coaches Dom DiCenso and Rob Pantaleo, the North End Dodgers find themselves in second place behind Ayer with a 7-3-1 record. The Dodgers are led by the strong pitching of Nico Gennari, Evan Mallard Read More…

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North End Athletic Association Wins 11-8 Over Charlestown in 10U Mayor’s Cup

The North End Athletic Association (NEAA) 10U Mayor’s Cup team kicked off the tournament with a rousing 11-8 victory over neighboring Charlestown. The North End was led by Matthew Griffin, who threw a complete game striking out 11 Charlestown batters in the process. At the plate, Griffin also had two hits and three RBI (runs batted in). Matt was not Read More…

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North End Athletic Association Goes Two for Two in First Weekend of U12 Mayor’s Cup Tournament

The U12 North End Athletic Association (NEAA) All-Stars enjoyed a successful first weekend in the annual Mayor’s Cup tournament, going 2 and 0 with big wins over Hyde Park (10 to 5) and Allston-Brighton (10 to 4). The first game of the tournament featured NEAA MVP Richard Bova taking the hill against a tough Hyde Read More…