We want to welcome Joe Lamb, Jr. and Associates to the 2013 Daredevils family. Thank you for your support!!!
The Outer Banks Daredevils would like to welcome back Dare Coalition Against Substance Abuse as one of our Title Sponsors for the 2013 Season. We believe in the mission of Dare CASA and are excited to be partnered with such an outstanding organization and hope together we can continue “Promoting healthy and safe choices to save lives and make the Outer Banks a great place to live and vacation!”
“Dare CASA is thrilled to be teaming up again with Daredevils Baseball. It is a perfect fit really. The coalition’s mission is to reduce and prevent substance abuse in our community- and one of the ways to accomplish that is by supporting healthy, safe and fun activities in our community. Daredevils Baseball is a family friendly ballpark with players who can serve as positive role models to our children. Dare CASA is excited to continue our efforts towards creating a drug-free community through our support and partnership with the Daredevils organization… we can’t wait for game day!” – Amber Bodner, Program Director, Dare Coalition Against Substance Abuse
The Outer Banks Daredevils will be returning to the field for the 2013 season, and we are extremely excited about bringing collegiate summer baseball back to the Outer Banks. The Daredevils home opener will be May 28, 2013 at the First Flight Baseball Complex in Kill Devil Hills, NC. Home games for the Daredevils have been scheduled for Tuesday and Thursday nights during the summer.
The Coastal Plain League had planned it’s 2013 season and schedule during the summer of 2012, leaving the Daredevils new owners the problem of finding a place for the team to play during the 2013 season, while they work out the necessary arrangements to reenter the CPL in 2014. To that end, the Outer Banks Daredevils have joined the Tidewater Summer League for the 2013 season. The Daredevils will be playing 20 regular season home games at First Flight Baseball Complex in Kill Devil Hills, NC and will be traveling to VA Beach to play their road games. We hope that everyone will come out and support the Outer Banks Daredevils and enjoy great collegiate summer baseball with the family.
The Outer Banks Daredevils have new owners and plans are being made to bring collegiate summer baseball and the Daredevils back to the Outer Banks.
A new ownership group, led by local businessman Donnie Just, have been working hard to put things back together and we are asking all of our fans and supporters in the business community to join us as we once again look forward to the boys of summer taking the field here in the Outer Banks.