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MARYLAND SEMI-PRO BASEBALL

Executive Director
KENNY JERKINS, Las Vegas, Nevada kennyjerkins@aol.com

Deputy Director
DAN CUNNINGHAM, Greencastle, Pennsylvania cunnidan@wcps.k12.md.us

Advisory Board
JUDGE KENT BOLES, Chair, Baltimore, Maryland Brewer15@aol.com
JAVIER BARRETO, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania jbarreto@aol.com
GARY BENNETT, Ridgeley, West Virginia gbennett@atlanticbb.net
GARY CARTER, Brunswick, Maryland gcarter9408@hotmail.com
STEVE HASTINGS, Seaford, Delaware stevehast@comcast.net
WILL NOWECK, Jacksonville, Florida WNoweck@aol.com
BOB SCHNEBLY, Murrieta, California Starlyrara@aol.com

 

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SANDERS IS STATE MANAGER OF THE YEAR

CHARLES-SAINT MARY'S PENNANT-WINNING SKIPPER IS PICKED

INDIAN HEAD FINISHES FIRST AFTER EXTENDED HIATUS

INDIAN HEAD - The Indian Head Indians' Darren Sanders is the 2018 Maryland Semi-Pro Baseball Manager of the Year. Sanders steered the squad to a first-place finish in the Charles-Saint Mary's League. The storied franchise had been dormant for more than a decade and-a-half. 

 

CUMBERLAND CAPTURES MARYLAND STATE CROWN

CONSECUTIVE COMPLETE GAMES CARRY ORIOLES TO THE TOP

TWO HURLERS EACH HOLD OPPONENT TO ONE RUN 

CUMBERLAND - State Championship Game XXII Most Valuable Player Chris Wilson cracked a two-run single in the bottom of the sixth inning and he scored an insurance run in the eighth as the Pen Mar-West Virginia League's Cumberland Orioles overcame the Susquehanna League's Maryland Dodgers 3-1 for the $2018 Maryland Semi-Pro Baseball State Championship on Saturday, August 18 at the Allegany County Fairgrounds. The first baseman hammered three hits in the title tilt. The Dodgers dodged a shutout in the ninth. The contest concluded with a runner on third base. Joe Glass fanned 11 while tossing a two-hit complete game for the champs. Greg Ross was the route-going loser despite a 14 strikeout five-hitter after his six-out save in the Dodgers' 6-5 semifinal triumph versus the West Shore League's Hagerstown Braves in the single-day, single-elimination Eyewitness News event. Alegenis Vargas hurled seven innings for the victory. The the 2000 State Champions from Washington County's starter Patrick O'Connor was the losing pitcher. Tony Simpson, Steve Miele and Dave Miele all homered for the Harford Countians. The Allegany County club bounced the Blue Ridge League's Brunswick Orioles 3-1 in the other semifinal. Cameron Bratton crafted a complete game. The four-time State Champions from Frederick County's starter Alex Payne absorbed the defeat. Brunswick blasted their intra-county foe, the Mid-Maryland League's Frederick Flying Dogs 13-0 in the quarterfinal round. Starter Zach Burch breezed seven innings for the win. Starter Tim Martin suffered the setback. Cumberland swept the Tri-State Titans 1-0 and 3-1 in their league's best-of-three semifinals and Cumberland swept the Oakland Oaks 1-0 and 3-1 in their League Championship Series to claim their final six contests by a 14-4 aggregate score.

 

BOLES IS CHOSEN FOR BALTIMORE COURTS

YESTERYEAR ALL-STAR SITS ON THE BENCH

VETERAN LEGAL ADVOCATE LISTENS TO ORAL ARGUMENTS 

BALTIMORE - Maryland Semi-Pro Baseball Advisory Board Chair Kent J. Boles, Jr. has been appointed by Maryland Governor Larry Hogan as a Baltimore City Judge. The University of Baltimore Law School graduate was a catcher for Towson University and the longtime Dundalk Brewer homered at the Baltimore Orioles' former home Memorial Stadium in the 1993 Maryland League All-Star Game.

 

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BOARD CAN INTERACT VIA THE INTERNET

ADVISORS MAY MULL ADVICE FROM ALL

YEAR-ROUND FORUM IS OPEN AND ONGOING
BALTIMORE - Judge Kent Boles is chairing Maryland Semi-Pro Baseball Advisory Board open discussions online monitored by Maryland Semi-Pro Baseball Deputy Director Dan Cunningham. Input is to be accepted from the public. Maryland Semi-Pro Baseball Advisory Board members Judge Kent Boles's, Javier Barreto's, Gary Bennett's, Gary Carter's, Steve Hastings's, Will Noweck's, Bob Schnebly's and Maryland Semi-Pro Baseball Deputy Director Dan Cunningham's respective e-mail address links
Brewer15@aol.com,
jbarreto@aol.com,
gbennett@atlanticbb.net,
gcarter9408@hotmail.com,
stevehast@comcast.net,
WNoweck@aol.com,
Starlyrara@aol.com,
cunnidan@wcps.k12.md.us

may be copied and pasted to contact them collectively. Consistent with Maryland State open government "sunshine" laws and transparency ideals, effective immediately, any correspondence sent to the Executive Director that is either pertinent to Maryland Semi-Pro Baseball or peripheral to Maryland Semi-Pro Baseball will be shared with the Deputy Director and there should be no expectation of confidentiality in such communications.

Sources: Internet and other media and eyewitness reports