Cheviot Patriots Baseball Club 1912: Welcome
The Cheviot Baseball Club has been a semi-pro fixture in Cincinnati since 1912, making 2008 our 96th season.
We participate in the Major Divisions of the NABF, the newly formed Buckeye Baseball League, Cincinnati Recreation Commission League and the Southwest Ohio Collegiate League, playing approximately 50 games a year. Each season usually ends with a birth in the City Championship, a trip to the NABF state and regional tournament and participation in the Buckeye Baseball State Tournament.
In 2007, the Pats took on a completely different managerial approach that paid off tremendously, culminating in the 2007 regular-season City Championship!
2009 will see us compete in the very comepetitive CRC Thursday Major Division and include an independent schedule involving teams from the Southwest Ohio League and Northern Kentucky.
Since our inception in 1912, our ball club has represented a community that has honorably served our country's military. Many of our current and former players have proudly served in the United States Armed Forces, from the First World War to the War in Iraq. An incomplete list players who have served is available on our "HONORED VETERANS" page, and is continuously researched and updated.
Cheviot Memorial Field (named as a tribute to those who have made great sacrifices in the name of Freedom) has served as our home since 1936, making it one of the oldest semi-pro ballparks in the midwest. In 2004, THE PATRIOTS completly refurbished the facility , including a new grass infield, 70 head sprinkler system, dugout enhancements and a complete overhaul of the historic grandstands.
The Cheviot Patriots take a moment to honor those who serve our country in the United States Armed Forces.
Please visit our Honored Veterans page to view some of those who have played with us and served our country with pride.