Jul 16- First year player Averey 

                   Bet-Payumo was on point last 

                  night as he collected five rbi's a 

                   triple and home run in a 16-6 rout of the visiting Martingrove White Sox. The three run blast Averey hit in the second inning rolled onto the small diamond at Talbot Park. Also chipping in was Adam "Ace" Campbell as he collected two hits and scored three times. On the base paths Clarke Markle was his usual self picking up a couple of stolen bases as well as scoring from first on a single up the middle. On the mound Chris Goodale tossed five innings to pick up the win while Mark Tomlinson and Garrett Gilroy worked the six and seventh in relief. Next up for the Leafs on Monday is a matchup against their geographical rival, the Bulldogs of East York. First pitch 7:30pm 

              Jul 22- The Leafs scored early and 

             often last night as they plated 15 in 

             the first three innings to defeat the 

             Newmarket Hawks 15-3. With the sticks Dyer Boyne hit his second of the year, a shot that rolled into the little diamond at Talbot. Also, newcomer Jamie Lekas hit his first as a Leafs, a grand slam down the left field line. The Leafs this year have 18 HR's from 11 different batters in only 27 games. On the hill rookie Francis Toribio collected his fourth win of the season working six strong innings. The final frame was worked by the ageless Garrett Gilroy who recorded a strike out and an assist. With the win the Leafs are now in first place and look to extend that lead as they travel to Bolton on Sunday, first pitch 7:00pm. 


Leafs Stop Bulldogs


2016 LEAFS LEADERS

Batting Average

Jeff Gruchy                    .389

Tyler Hughes                .367

Averey Bet-Payumo    .367


Runs Batted In  

Averey Bet-Payumo               30

Travis Skelton                          26 

Jeremy Hopkins                      20


Stolen Bases

Clarke Markle                 15

Travis Skelton                 11

Nick Manoukarakis        10




Earned Runs Against

Josh Howsam                             2.57

Garrett Gilroy                              2.70

Sean Kavanaugh                        3.17


Strikeouts

Jorge Frugoni                            28

Chris Goodale                            23

Liam Jacques                             20



Wins

Francis Toribio                            4

Sean Kavanaugh                        3

Jorge Frugoni                             3

     

    OVERALL RECORD: 18-10-0

Leafs Use the Long Ball

Leafs                        10

Bolton                       4         Box  (07/24)


Leafs                         6

East York                  1         Box (07/18)

Recent Scores

Leafs Dump White Sox

                     Jul 26- The Leafs secured the

                    victory via the long ball off the bats

                    of Travis Skelton and Adam 

                    Campbell. The pair drove in five runs as the Leafs extend their winning streak to six with a 10-4 win over the Bolton Brewers. Shortstop Jamie Lekas was also an offensive threat that night as he banged out three hits. On the mound Chris Goodale recovered from a tough first inning to work five innings, striking out five. Brook Coatsworth and Jorge Frugoni shared the last four innings only allowing one run. Jeff Gruchy failed to record a hit, a rarity this season. However the veteran first basemen did make two stellar defensive plays to get the Leafs out of a jam in the sixth. The Leafs next game is Tuesday night in Newmarket as they face off against the Hawks. Game Time 7:30pm

         


                    Jul 19- The Leafs extended their 

               winning streak to four while halting 

               the Bulldogs impressive winning 

               streak at 18 with a 6-1 victory last night. Jorge Frugoni went the distance to pick up the win as he scattered seven hits and only allowed the leadoff man to reach in one inning. On the offensive side, Adam Campbell made his presence felt as he delivered a decisive two run blast in the middle innings to put the Leafs up for good. As well for the Leafs, Travis Skelton drove in two runs and Jeff Gruchy picked up another hit. The Leafs are back in action this Thursday night against the Newmarket Hawks at Talbot Park. Plenty of good seats available, first pitch is 7:30 pm. 

   

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WLT
Leaside Leafs1660
East York Bulldogs1670
Thornhill Reds1370
Pickering Red Sox1090
Newmarket Hawks10110
Bolton Brewers316

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Martingrove White Sox3160


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