Founded in 1950


Almost three hundred people were in attendance when the Intercity League celebrated its 6th Hall of Fame, Awards & Reunion Dinner at the Montvale Plaza in Stoneham. Twenty-two new members were inducted into the Hall of Fame. The ICL also presented plaques and commemorative Zorian Bats to the 2015 Award Winners. View the program


05/17/20162016 Intercity League Schedule is ready
05/06/20162016 Intercity League Schedule to be Posted Soon
12/10/2015Intercity League Hall of Famer Al Frezza Passes Away at Age 87
11/15/2015Large Crowd Attends 6th Hall of Fame, Awards & Reunion Dinner
10/04/2015ICL to Induct 22 into Hall of Fame at 6th Annual Dinner on November 14
10/02/20152015 Intercity League Award Winners Announced
09/15/20156th Annual Hall of Fame & Awards Dinner Set for November 14th
09/15/2015Fundraiser in Honor of Eddie Larson on October 1 at Giggles in Saugus, MA
08/24/2015Lexington wins Eleventh Intercity League Championship
08/21/2015Downpours Postpone Friday's Championship Games in Melrose
08/21/2015Pointstreak play-by-play recap of game three, so far.
08/21/2015Game Three of Finals Suspended
08/20/2015Lexington goes up 2-0 with 14-2 win
08/19/2015Lexington wins game one, 4-2

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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 2015 Intercity League season promises to be one of the best ever as we begin league games on Friday, May 29. Our regular season will run through early August which will be followed by the always exciting ICL playoffs.

Over the last 65 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. This year we welcome the expansion Somerville Thunder to the ICL.

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