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2010 Starts the same as 2009 ends

Written by Rev Tuesday, 11 May 2010 04:02

The rematch of last years GTBL final, was the opener of the 2010 season, and it ended the same way with Leaside taking it by a score of 9-3.

The season opened with commish Tommy Adams throwing out the first pitch to new league president Jason Waud, much to the delight and jeering of both teams. After his 5 minute bullpen session Tommy threw a strike, and the season was underway.

Pat Smith started for the Bulldogs, and flirted with danger right away in the first inning. He got out of a bases loaded no out jam, only allowing one Leaside runner to cross the plate.

Jorge Frugoni was the Leafs opening night starter, and looked quite good early on. He held the Bulldog attack to just 2 hits through the first 5.

Davey Wallace had 3 hits, Steve Hopkins had 2 doubles off the bench, and the Leafs scored in bunches in the 7th and 9th to take the opener.

 

 

STATS ARCHIVE INFORMATION

Written by Rev Friday, 30 April 2010 04:15

The completed stats for 2004-2009, can be found by clicking on a player, and toggling the year to your choice.

 Stats for 2004-2008 are complete, however, remember that Oshawa and Markham played split schedules those years, which is why their numbers are considerably lower than the rest of the league. Only the games that were played against GTBL teams, are shown for those players.  There is no way for me to input wins and losses(or saves) for pitchers, so they are not shown either.

 

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GURMINDERS GAB

Written by Rev Wednesday, 28 April 2010 04:15

Here is the first installment of Gurminder Singh's (Leaside) provincial top tens. These are his preseason rankings, from the Leaside website. Thanks for contributing Gurm!!

 

1. Windsor Stars
Someone is going to have to knock these guys off to take over the number one spot. As the last few years have shown - it will be easier said than done.

2. Oshawa Royals
After a disappointing season (for their standards), the Royals will look to regain their spot amongst the province's elite.

3. Leaside Leafs
The Leafs showed that they could play with anybody in Ontario. With the core of the team still intact, they figure to be right up there again this season.

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2010 GTBL Outlook

Written by Rev Monday, 05 April 2010 04:45

With the season rapidly approaching the GTBL is excited about the outlook for 2010. The Whitby Canadians with 25 years of senior baseball experience, have joined the loop. The league now features 9 teams, who all played at the 'A' Senior Elimination tournament in 2009.  Our wood bat league offers some of the best brand of senior baseball in the province. Our player pool consists of former US/Canadian College players, former Intercounty players, and the top players from around the GTA.

 The league has adopted some changes for 2010. For the new league executive, click the contact link for the up to date board of directors. Former Thornhill Red,  Jason Waud is the new league president. Jason brings a fresh perspective and vast ideas to the GTBL boardroom. Hats off to past president Ron Dominico, for a great job during his tenure atop the league.

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