The St. John’s Senior and Intermediate Baseball League hold their annual awards presentation Friday night at the Lions Chalet starting at 6:30. The hi lite of the night will be the naming of the senior and intermediate leagues most valuable players.
Jay Warford of Hawks was named the MVP of the Corner Brook senior baseball league FRiday night at the leagues awards presentation. Top Batter Jeff Gillam (Monarchs) .463 BA Top Pitcher Frank Humber (Hawks) 1.65 ERA Rookie of the year Anderson Traverse (Monarchs) David Hardy (Aces) Most
The Shamrocks Baseball Association handed out its awards for the 2017 Intermediate and Senior Baseball season. The Team also presented the Edgar Hartery Memorial award to two individuals who were instrumental in establishing the Shamrocks Baseball teams. The Edgar Hartery award went Mike Squires ( posthumously) and John Byrne. Squires of
The Corner Brook Baseball Association has its annual meeting set for this week. It will be held Thursday night at the Press Club at seven o’clock.
OMT Shamrocks made it back to back St. John’s Intermediate Baseball championships Sunday. Shamrocks defeated Holy Cross 7-5 to take the best of seven series four games to two. Zack Fitzpatrick goes five plus innings for the win. He allowed two rns on five hits. Ben Murphy comes in relief and goes
The best of seven St. John’s Intermediate Baseball final series is now a best two out of three affair. OMT Shamrocks tied the best of seven final at two games each as they downed Holy Cross 5-1 thanks to a four run second inning. Ben Murphy goes the distance to get
OMT Shamrocks are St. John’s senior baseball champions for the 23rd time. The Shamrocks scored a run in the top of the 9th to edge Roebothan McKay and Marshall Gonzaga vikings 9-8 and sweep the best of seven final. Ben Murphy the third pitcher used by the Shamrocks gets
S U N D A Y Holy Cross and Shamrocks are tied at one game each in St John’s Intermediate baseball final series. It took 12 innings as Cross edged Shamrocks 4-3 Sunday to tie the series. S A T U R D A Y OMT Shamrocks win the opening
S U N D A Y The OMT Shamrocks are now one win away from their 23rd St. John’s senior baseball championship. Shamrocks scored twice in the third inning and added three in the fifth for a 5-2 victory over Roebothan McKay and Marshall Gonzaga Vikings . They
OMT Shamrocks are on to the St. John’s Intermediate final series. They defeated RONA Storm 11-1 to win the best of five series three games to one. Graham King the first of three pitchers used by the Shamrocks gets the win. He went five innings and allowed two hits the only two