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Barrie Red Sox
Mark Russell
Barrie, Ontario, Canada
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Saturday, October 2

Barrie Red Sox  

This was the host site for the Barrie Minor Baseball Association's 1993 baseball team. The team played competative representative baseball in the York Simcoe Baseball Association loop of the Ontario Baseball Association.  Check out the team history and see what we have achieved over nine seasons. If you have a question send me an e-mail

 Where are they now?

Catching up with the players who were part of the Red Sox through the years.  It is great to see the boys move on a do so well in their persuits.  Hopefully the time you dedicated to the Red Sox has helped you in your journey.  Good luck to all the players that made the 1993 Red Sox possible.

Dane Gordon whio played with the Red Sox every year right from the early days of Junior Rookie ball has signed a letter of intent and accepted a scholarship to the University of Maine.  He is expected to pitch for the University of Maine Blackbears next year.  


 UPDATED:  25 June 2011: Following an amazing playoff run with the Sudbury Wolves Josh was drafted in the 3rd round (86th overall) by the Toronto Maple Leafs.  How great is that!  Add to this, he is still playing baseball.  Josh Leivo joined the ball team in Minor Bantan and played with the Red Sox for three years.  Josh was drafted into the OHL with the Sudbury Wolves and he has signed to play with the team for the 2010/11 season.


 Kyler Nixon joined the team in 2005 for what was the team's most successful season on the field.  In 2010 Kyler signed with the OHL's Barrie ColtsKyler once again showed his competitive spirit can never be underestimated.


 Barrie's Midget team will be managed by Coach Beckett.    

2009 Red Sox - Finalist in London



Closing out the 2009 season: 

The most memorable moments. The 2009 season was another great season of growth as several new faces joined the club while a couple of others returned after injuries had them on the shelf for most of 2008.  Matt joined the team from Bradford while Brandon made the jump from Select and Jake also joined the team.  Trevor and John returned to the team.  John had not been part of the program since Mosquito.  After some challenging negotiations Josh returned to Shortstop for his second season.  Injuries put Trevor out for the season in early June.  Ryan was soon playing at a high level after being out most of 2008.  Christian made his recovery after some serious surgery and he was beginning to round into the shape that made him a YSBA All-Star.  Dane spent a significant period of time with Team Ontario but when he returned Barrie had a pretty strong 1-2-3 starting rotation.  Graham and Matt put in several sparkling performances and Matt never gave up a run in 16 innings of tournament play in 2009 when he was on the mound.  Dane and Graham were called-up to augment the Major Midget pitching staff at the OBAs and carried a huge load and resulted in Barrie capturing the provincial championship.  What follows are the games that really highlight the boys at their best. Click on the links and count down the heart stopping moments from the summer gone by. Here are the most memorable games and moments for 2009: 

    Highlight 5: Barrie 11 - Etobicoke 7.  The Red Sox regroup and the bats come alive putting an end to a mid-season slide.  After dropping several consecutive games the Red Sox hit a low in inning one committing four errors as Etobicoke posts 5 runs. The Red Sox defence bounced back and the pitching held strong as the boys pounded out several long balls on route to a tremendous recovery. The boys would score runs in all but one inning.

    Highlight 4: Barrie 2 - North York 0.  A near perfect game.  The starting pitching was outstanding and North York couldn't touch the relief pitching either as the defence was solid in the best regular season game of the year.

    Highlight 3: Barrie 2 - Burlington 1. The Red Sox raise their game in the Mississauga Tournament backed once again by solid starting pitching.  This was Matt's game as he seemed to do it all while waiting for the team to get the big hit to blow it open. 

    Highlight 2: Woodslee 5 - Barrie 2. A semi-final thriller. The Red Sox hang close in a battle with the team that would eventually be crowned the best in Ontario.

    Highlight 1: Barrie 2 - Whitby 1. A shortened bench goes up against Whitby in the London Tournament semi-final.  This was a bit of a grudge match but the pitching was solid and the boys hold on to move into the finals of the London Tournament.


The complete results from the 2009 season: Click Here

View some of the images from the 2009 season: Click Here

If you have questions concerning the team please send an e-mail 

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