"A Leaside tradition since 1968"

Jun 21- The Leafs bats were booming at the Hap as they scored 26 runs in three games. Unfortunately in those same three games the Leafs gave up 27 runs and weren't able to advance to the quarters despite having a 2-1 record. The Friday night game against Etobicoke featured four home runs by the Leafs as they clawed back from a 6-1 deficit to down the Rangers 10-8. Leafs also beat Milton by a score of 5-4 before losing to Thornhill 15-11. 

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                    Jul 28- After coughing up an

                    early 4-0 lead to the visiting 

                    Martingrove White Sox the Leafs 

                    took advantage of some fielding 

                    mishaps to come back and walk off the White Sox 9-8. Henry Yap delivered the game winning RBI that scored Noah Koffman. Averey Bet-Payumo picked up a hit, and rbi and his second stolen base of the year. Liam Jacques picked up the win in relief as he shut down the Sox for 2 2/3 innings. The Leafs next action is Tuesday July 31st as they host the Pickering Red Sox at Talbot Park. First pitch is 7:30 pm. 




                   Jul 12- The Leafs hit early and

                  often as they hammered the 

                  Hawks 12-2 last Thursday night.

                  The Leafs were off and running in the first when Jeff Gruchy delivered a two out double that ushered in the Leafs 2nd and 3rd runs. The Leafs would pile on over the next three innings to lead 11-0 after four. Nick Manoukarakis had three hits, three rbi's and two stolen bases while teammate Noah Koffman collected three hits, two rbi's and a stolen base.  On the mound for the Leafs Jorge Frugoni looked his usual self as he cruised to his fourth victory of the season. The Leafs next game is a rematch with the Hawks on Tuesday night in Newmarket. First pitch 7:30 pm.

                             Jul 23- Jeremias Sucre was    

                             the story Monday night

                             he pitched a complete 

                             game in the Leafs 5-1 road 

                             win over the East York Bulldogs. Sucre recorded 7 strikeouts and scattered 8 hits through his nine innings of work. His only blemish was a home run by Jack Malone in the middle innings. The Leafs bats were silent most of the night until the seventh when they rallied for five runs. The decisive blow was a two run double from junior call up Roy Suzuki. Noah Koffman was his usual self picking up three hits while Jeremy Hopkins banged out two of his own. 

GTBL Standings

Thornhill Reds1441
Leaside Leafs1272
Newmarket Hawks891
East York Bulldogs9111
Pickering Red Sox8112
Martingrove White Sox413


Leafs finish 2-1 at the Hap

Leafs Hammer Hawks

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Batting Average

Nick Manoukarakis                  .440

Noah Koffman                          .420

Jesse Fishbaum                       .400

Runs Batted In  

Noah Koffman                           37

Jeremy Hopkins                        19

Averey Bet-Payumo                 18

Stolen Bases

Noah Koffman                          14

Jesse Fishbaum                       13

Jamie Lekas                              12

Earned Runs Against

Jeremias Sucre                            2.86

Jorge Frugoni                               3.39

Chris Goodale                              3.66


Jorge Frugoni                               27

Lee Mosbaugh                             26

Jeremias Sucre                            20


Jorge Frugoni                             5

Josh Howsam                             2

Lee Mosbaugh                           2


    OVERALL RECORD: 17-10-2

Sucre Strong in Leafs Win.

Leafs                                 5                     

East York                          1    (07/22)

Leafs                                  9

Martingrove                      8   (07/27)

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Leafs escape with Victory