The Thornhill Reds improved to 4-1 on the 2016 season with a 9-5 home win against the Leaside Leafs on Wednesday night.
THORNHILL 9 LEASIDE 5
W- CHADWICK CAMERON(3-0)
L- BROOK COATSWORTH(0-1) Continue reading
BARRIE, ONTARIO – The Maple Leafs first visit of the year to Coates Stadium since last year’s game seven loss in the Intercounty Baseball League semi-finals turned ugly in a hurry as the defending champion Baycats pounded the Leafs 13-7 Thursday night. Continue reading
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In Kitchener, the Panthers pounded out 17 hits en route to a 14-3 victory over the Hamilton Cardinals and an unblemished 6-0 record to sit atop the Intercounty Baseball League. The Cardinals are now 0-6 and still seeking their first win.
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Typical of battles between these two rivals over the years, the Milton Red Sox and the Niagara Metros showcased great pitching, timely hitting and outstanding defense Wednesday night at the Milton Community Center, with Milton emerging victorious 3-2 due to the always exciting ‘walk-in’ walkoff winner. Continue reading
May 23, 2016
- Mississauga SW Twins (4-0) (2)
Jamie Smith was overlooked in the pre-season all-star teams, but he’s off to a .526 start with six walks and five steals. Something tells me he won’t be forgotten again.
- Windsor Stars (6-0) (3)
The Stars haven’t really been tested yet, but an impressive start nonetheless. Steve Teno hasn’t allowed a run in 10 innings, and Cam Goddard has 10 RBI in 16 at-bats.
The first long weekend of the year brought us a new career hit leader in Sean Reilly, a few more blowouts by the offensive juggernauts that are the Kitchener Panthers and some well played games between London and Barrie in a doubleheader with each side notching a victory.
Also of note was the 171 pitch complete game by Dillon Mulholland as the Maple Leafs snuck past the Royals 6-5 Saturday afternoon.
IBL Power Rankings for the Week
1) Kitchener 5-0
2) London 4-1
3) Barrie 2-2
4) Toronto 3-1
5) Brantford 2-2
7) Guelph 1-4
8) Hamilton 0-5