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                        Sep 1- The Leafs managed to 

                        force a deciding game three in

                        their series with Pickering as they defeated the Red Sox 10-4 at Talbot Park last night. Jorge Frugoni earned the win as he worked 5 2/3 innings of relief of starter Chris Goodale. On the offensive side of the ball rookie Noah Koffman picked up three hits for the second night in a row while leadoff batter Nick Manokarakis banged out two hits with a stolen base. In the field the Leafs played solid defence as Travis Skelton tracked down and took away a double in the fourth when the Red Sox were threatening as well as Lee Mosbaugh completing the rare 9-3 putout. Leafs also turned three double plays during the night. Game three goes Tuesday in Pickering. 7:30 start. 


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                    May 10- The Leafs could not

                    capitalize on four Pickering 

                    errors as they lost the home

                    opener 4-2. Lack of timely

                    hitting was a theme for the night as the Leafs left 12 runners stranded on the bases. Rookie Ryan MacNeil made a very successful debut as he went 3-4 with a double and drove in the only two runs the Leafs scored. Averey Bet-Payumo collected two hits. Chris Goodale started for the Leafs and worked four solid innings striking out four and was the unfortunate victim of some suspect defence by the home team. Brook Coatsworth took the loss for the Leafs. 

                     

           

 

                   May 17- The Leafs drew first

                   blood in the battle of the 

                   borough as they defeated the

                   East York Bulldogs by a score of 

                   10-3. Leafs shortstop Noah Koffman led the charge for the Leafs as he went 4-5 with a home run and four rbi's. Koffman's HR in the fourth was the decisive  blow that turned the game in the Leafs favour for good. On the mound Lee Mosbaugh started and worked four solid innings while reliever Liam Jacques picked up the win working the final five frames not surrendering a run. The young right-hander has gotten off to a nice start in the 2018 season with a win and a save and 7 scoreless innings of relief work. The Leafs next action is May 23rd @ Pickering. 


                             May 9-The Leafs opened 

                             the 2018 season with a 

                             victory as they edged the 

                             Thornhill Reds 3-2 to spoil 

                             their home opener. Leafs starter Jorge Frugoni put on an efficiency  clinic as he only needed 85 pitches to work seven innings. Frugoni struck out 4 and as per his usual work didn't surrender a walk. It was his 48th victory in a Leafs uniform.  On the offensive side of the ball Averey Bet-Payumo made a successful return to the Leafs lineup after a year off by banging out three hits. Jaime Lekas collected two hits and one stolen bases while rookies Brandon Tamburro and Jesse Fishbaum acquitted themselves well in their first GTBL action. 

GTBL Standings



WLT
Leaside Leafs210
Thornhill Reds210
Pickering Red Sox210
East York Bulldogs110
Martingrove White Sox120
Newmarket Hawks01

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May 24th 2018

vs. Newmarket Hawks

@ Talbot Park 7:30 PM


May 31st 2018

vs. Martingrove White Sox

@ Centennial Park 7::30 PM


Upcoming Games

May 23rd  2018

vs. Pickering Red Sox

@ Don Beer  7:30 PM




2018 LEAFS LEADERS

Batting Average

Averey Bet-Payumo                .500

Ryan MacNeil                           .500

Brandon Tamburro                  .400


Runs Batted In  

Noah Koffman                            4

Jamie Lekas                                3

Ryan MacNeil                             2


Stolen Bases

Jamie Lekas                               3

Jesse Fishbaum                        2





Earned Runs Against

Chris Goodale                             0.00

Liam Jacques                              0.00

Laaren Bensette                         0.00


Strikeouts

Lee Mosbaugh                              5

Jorge Frugoni                                4

Chris Goodale                                4



Wins

Jorge Frugoni                             1

Liam Jacques                             1


     

    OVERALL RECORD: 2-1-0

Frugoni Leads Leafs

Leafs                                3                     

Thornhill                          2     (05/09)


Leafs                                 2

Pickering                          4    (05/10)

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