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2018 Greater Akron AA Awards

 

Greater Akron AA Division Award Winners for the 2018 Season  Thank you for taking the time to respond!  You have chosen a fine group of men to represent our league in the Greater Akron Baseball Hall of Fame.  Here are the players you have recognized:

  • George Sisler Award (Top Hitter)  Ty Moorhead of Portage South Black Squirrels was chosen in a squeaker, edging out Jake Stahl of the Ohio Gamecocks.  Matt Collins, Nic Common, Mike Darrah, Jesse Michel, Phil Smith and Ron Spears all had significant support.  Obviously, there was some really great hitting going on this past Summer!
  • Dave Young Award (Top Pitcher)  Thomas Hobson of the Ohio Gamecocks was the runaway winner.  However, Mike Darrah, Kevin Haley, Jake Knapp, Wayne Nieman and Steve Swiger all had strong showings..
  • Don Lombardi Award (Rookie of the Year)  Casey Scalf of the Akron Bullets was voted the best of a very fine crop of newcomers that included great performances by John Bondi and John Tekavek.
  • Dave Layton Award (Playoff MVP)  Thomas Hobson of the Ohio Gamecocks finished just ahead of his teammate Jake Stahl.
  • Frank Garcia Award (Overall League MVP)  Jake Stahl of the Ohio Gamecocks was the clear choice, but Matt Collins, Mike Darrah and Alan Krontz all had solid support.  Thomas Hobson, Ty Moorhead and Phil Smith received well deserved write-in votes.
  • Congratulations to all!

Roy Hobbs World Series update:

 

The Kenmore Eastern Brewers 65s lost to the Raynham Baseball Club on Tuesday in a 20-14 slug fest.

The Brewers had a much appreciated off day today.

The Kent Mudhens 65s rested Tuesday and lost to an undefeated Vintages Baseball Club today by a 9-3 score.

The Kent Mudhens 75s defeated Trii-Cities 11-7 Tuesday and fell to the San Diego Padres 15-3 today.

Roy Hobbs World Series results for local teams:

 

In the 65 & Over Division, the Kenmore Eastern Brewers lost to the NorCal Antiques and defeated the Lehigh
Baseball team on Sunday and lost to the Naturals today.  The Kent Mudhens lost to the Ashville Sox and
defeated the St. Louis Braves on Sunday, and defeated the USA Volkers Group today.
 
In the 75 & Over Division, the Kent Mudhens lost to the National Spirit on Sunday and defeated the New

England Red Sox today.  

Roy Hobbs World Series Results for Saturday, November 3

 

Congratulations to the Kent Mudhens 45+ Masters on their 9 - 2 victory over the PSOF Rangers in the
A Division Championship of the Roy Hobbs World Series today.  The Hens had to grind through three games
due to the rain-out last night.  They beat the Ukraine Masters 5-1 in the 9:30 am rematch with Jerry Myers
getting the win.  They took the measure of the Huntsville Havoc 16-4 in the semi-final game with Ted Lesiak
the winning pitcher, and Manny Costales followed up with a complete game performance in the championship. 
Center fielder Pete Manousos was chosen Tournament MVP for the Mudhens.
 
The Kenmore Orioles followed their Friday playoff victory with a narrow 6 - 7 loss to the Cincinnati Colt 45s
Saturday morning, and the Crystal Clinic Indians gave the Huntsville Havoc all they could handle in a tough
3-5 loss.  All Saturday A Division games were seven innings due to the rain-outs Friday night that necessitated
playing three games Saturday.

 

45+ Masters | Kent Mudhens

Manager: Ted Lesiak

53+ Legends | Kenmore Eastern Brewers

Managers: Kevin Fowler and Ron Westren

60+ Classics | Cleveland Spiders

Manager: Kim Carpenter

35+ Veteran's| Vukgripz Akron A's

Manager: Ross Vukovich

18+ Greater Akron AA | Ohio Gamecocks

Manager: Wayne Nieman

Congratulations to the Ohio Gamecocks, 2018 Greater Akron AA Champions!  The Gamecocks
repeated as both regular season and post season champions, finishing with a 23-4 overall record. 
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