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1993

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1994

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Southern Division Champions

1995

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1996

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1997

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1998

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2004

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2007

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2012

Berks County Senior BB League
League Playoff Champions

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2014

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Regular Season Champions

2015

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2016

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2017

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Berkshire Red Sox 28-Over

Originally a member of the now defunct Spring-Lawn Optimist Senior Baseball League, the senior Red Sox had played their first season in 1992.

Along with their rival East End Black Sox, the Red Sox were a perenial power in the league during its short seven year existence. They made six play-off appearances and two NABF World Series appearances, finishing third in the nation both years.

The Sox won one Play-off championship in 1994 and three Regular Season/Divisional Championships (1994, 1995 & 1998).

After the league folded following the 1998 season, the Senior Sox played an independent schedule in 1999 and then decided not to play at all in 2000.

In 2001, the Sox were accepted into the BerLanco Senior Invitational Baseball League (now the Berks County Senior Baseball League).

Since joining the new league, the Senior Red Sox have been a perennial play-off contender, winning regular season league titles in 2004, 2007, 2012, 2014-16. In 2012 they finally brought home their first playoff league championship title. They followed with their second league championship in 2014 and also won again in 2015 and 2016, making it 4 League titles in the last 5 seasons.
 
YEAR RECORD MANAGER
1992 9-9 Jon Holskin
Always striving to be on the cutting edge, the Berkshire organization decided to sponsor a team in the newly formed Spring-Lawn Optimist Senior Baseball League.

The elder Sox got off to a slow 2-7 start but turned it on in the second half of the season by going 7-2 and finishing at 9-9 for the season.
YEAR RECORD MANAGER
1993 17-5 Jon Holskin
The Red Sox seniors rebounded in their second year of existance when they won the regular season championship with a 12-3 league record and then went onto to win their first ever play-off championship behind the hitting and pitching of league MVP Chris Choniere.

The Sox finished with an impressive 17-5 overall record.
YEAR RECORD MANAGER
1994 14-6 Larry Hilovsky
The Red Sox won their second straight regular season division title when they captured the crown of the leagues Southern Division.

After opening up the play-offs with a 5-1 win over the Berks A's, the Sox dropped their next two games 7-2 to eventual league champion East End in the tournament winners bracket final and 7-0 in the rematch with the A's in the losers bracket final.

Rookie Todd Boyer brought home the league MVP award.
YEAR RECORD MANAGER
1995 20-8 Phil Raccuglia
1995 marked the first year that the Spring-Lawn Optimist Senior League had affiliated with the NABF. The new affiliation brought forth an opportunity for the league to host the NABF Over-30 World Series at Boyertown's Bear Stadium.

The Red Sox finished second in the league play-offs to the East End Black Sox and both teams earned trips to the World Series.

Once there, the Sox made the most of their stay, winning their tournament opener against Milford, CT and dropping their second round game to Port Jeff, NY, set up one of the most exciting games in Berkshire Red Sox history when the Red Sox met their rival Black Sox in an elimination game.

It was a script from a movie, the two local rivals, meeting on center stage, the winner would advance to the national semi-final, the loser goes home.

This story is best told the way it was written in the Reading Eagle the next day...

"BERKSHIRE UPSETS EAST END"

Chris Choinere's two-run homer with two out in the bottom of the seventh gave the Berkshire Red Sox an 8-6 upset victory over East End in a National Amateur Baseball Federation Renaissance Division World Series game at Bear Stadium Saturday night.

Dave Fry singled with two out in the bottom of the seventh to set the stage for Choinere's home run, which ousted the Spring-Lawn Optimist Senior League champions.

Choinere also went the distance for the Red Sox on the mound, getting his second tournament win. He allowed seven hits, walked two and struck out three.

East End took a 3-0 lead in the first on Gary Fetter's three run homer, and then added single runs in the second, third and fifth innings.

Berkshire got three back in the third on a two-run single by Tod Whitman and an RBI single by Tim Brill.

The win moves the Spring-Lawn Senior League runners-up into a game against the loser of Saturday's late game between the Port Jeff Mud Cats of New York and Shannon Fence of Cleveland, today at 4 p.m.

The winner of that game will play the Port Jeff/Shannon Fence winner in the title game at 7 p.m.

The Sox ended up losing the next day to Port Jeff in the semi-final, but few who were there that Saturday night will ever forget Choinere's heroics.

Besides, third in the nation is nothing to be ashamed of.
YEAR RECORD MANAGER
1996 24-10 Phil Raccuglia
The Red Sox again finished second in the league, which earned them another trip to the NABF World Series. This time the series was hosted at Owls Field in West Lawn.

The Sox again made an impressive run in the series, again bowing out in the semi-final with a 4-2 loss to eventual series champion Shannan Fence of Cleveland.

So for the second year in a row, the Sox finished third in the nation.
YEAR RECORD MANAGER
1997 22-8 Phil Raccuglia
The Red Sox won their third Division Championship by going 15-4 in league play.

The Sox then lost a heart-breaking Championship Series to the Latshaw Bros. Pirates 2 games to 1.

In their season finale, the Sox again were turned away, when they lost in the championship game of the Pagoda Classic Tournament to league rival, East End.
YEAR RECORD MANAGER
1998 28-7 Phil Raccuglia
It what turned out to be the last year of the Spring-Lawn Optimist Senior Baseball League, the Berkshire Red Sox and East End Black Sox proved to be each others only true competition. The Black Sox nudged out the Red Sox for the Regular Season Championship by finishing 20-1 in the regular season, the Red Sox finished 19-2. Both teams only losses were to each other all season.

In the best-of-five game League Championship Series, the Red Sox has a comanding 2-games-to-1 lead over the Black Sox before losing the final two games of the series and finish in second place once again.

The Red Sox finally received their redemption in the Pagoda Classic Labor Day Tournament by defeating the Black Sox and capturing the Pagoda Classic crown.

The Red Sox ended their season by going 2-1 in the Harrisburg Over-30 Tournament.
YEAR RECORD MANAGER
1999 9-14 Skip Breidenstein
After the Spring-Lawn Optimist Senior Baseball League folded, it forced the Red Sox to play an indepedent schedule in 1999.

Playing other amateur teams made up of college players and kids half their age, the 1999 season was frustrating to say the least.

The highlight of the Sox season came with a second place finish in the Pagoda Classic Tournament.
YEAR RECORD MANAGER
2000 0-0 N/A
With no league to play in, the Sox never took the field in 2000.
YEAR RECORD MANAGER
2001 11-12 Jeff Hartenstine
TEAM AWARDS
MVP - Brian Schlegel Outstanding Pitcher - Jeff Miller
Sportsmanship/Hustle - Jeff Hartenstine  
The senior Red Sox took the field again in 2001 when they were accepted into the Berks County Senior Invitational League.

The re-birth of the Senior Sox was due largely to the efforts of new field manager Jeff Hartenstine.

The Sox were thrilled to get onto the field in 2001, however, this team struggled for much of the season.

Too few arms and not enough fire power, the Red Sox finished 9-9 in league play and missed qualifying for the post-season for the first time since 1992.
YEAR RECORD MANAGER
2002 11-19 Jeff Hartenstine
TEAM AWARDS
MVP - Brian Schlegel Outstanding Pitcher - Erron Archie
Sportsmanship/Hustle - Brad Boyer Defensive Player of the Year - Allan Valunas
Frustration continued for the elder Red Sox as they suffered their third losing season in a row.

After getting off to a fast 7-1 start, the Sox were plagued by injury after injury and floundered in the latter part of the season losing 18 of their last 22 games to finish at 11-19, the worst record ever recorded in franchise history.
YEAR RECORD MANAGER
2003 26-8 Kevin Kantner
TEAM AWARDS
MVP - Chris Blum Outstanding Pitcher - Erron Archie
Sportsmanship/Hustle - Brian Schlegel Defensive Player of the Year - Phil Raccuglia
Kevin Kantner took over at the helm of the Sox 30-Over team for the 2003 season.

After suffering their worst season in the history of the franchise in 2002, the elder Sox entered the 2003 season focused and more determined than ever.

A healthy Erron Archie on the mound, added with two newcomers, Chris Blum and Chad Himmelreich, solidified the Sox pitching rotation.

Bob Tranquillo added some punch to the line-up and the Sox started the season by winning the Kinteco Early-Bird Classic Tournament Championship.

The Sox finished second in the regular season one game behind the Hamburg Astros (17-3) with a 16-4 league record.

The Sox came storming into the play-offs winning their first three games and putting themselves in the drivers seat by entering the Championship Round unbeaten. Facing regular season champion Hamburg, the Astros had to beat the Sox twice, and they did just that, by scores of 4-2 and 7-6.

After the gut-wrenching league championship loss, the Sox had one last bit of business to take care of and they did by taking the crown of the Ozzy's Fall Classic Tournament.

Although the Sox won two tournament championships in 2003 and finished with a 26-8 record, which was their best since 1998, they were still left with a hunger. The hunger that they were one win away from the league title and they let it slip through their hands.
YEAR RECORD MANAGER
2004 18-7 Kevin Kantner
TEAM AWARDS
MVP - Brian Schlegel Outstanding Pitcher - Chris Blum
Sportsmanship/Hustle - Brad Burg Defensive Player of the Year - Bob Tranquillo
After a slow 1-4 start, the 30-Over Red Sox rattled off 15 straight wins to capture the Berks County Invitational Senior Baseball League regular season title.

After winning their first two play-off games to advance to the winners bracket final, the Sox ran out of pitching, losing their final two play-off games to the Hamburg Astros 11-3 and the Enersys Yankees 10-0.
YEAR RECORD MANAGER
2005 15-7 Kevin Kantner
TEAM AWARDS
MVP - Allan Valunas Outstanding Pitcher - Shawn Seidel & Randy Strausser
Sportsmanship/Hustle - Bill Lewis Defensive Player of the Year - Todd Schlegel
Each year the Berkshire 28-Over Sox start the season with a few goals: have fun and enjoy playing (since we’re so old!), and represent the Berkshire organization with good sportsmanship and winning games, including the league championship. In the 3 years since manager Kevin Kantner took over the team, their regular season league record is 45-13, including a 13-5 record this season. Winning games and having fun have not been the issues these past few seasons, but winning them when it counts has been.

The 2005 team was lead offensively by Allan Valunas (.478, 18 runs, 16 RBI), Bob Tranquillo (.380, 10 Runs, 19 RBI), Todd Schlegel (.405, 13, 11), Kevin Kantner (.333, 15, 17), Brad Burg (.333, 17 runs) and Barry Carl (.295, 12 RBI). Others contributing offensively were Mike Stern (.692 in 6 games), Brian Schlegel (.450, 11 RBI in 7 games); and “rookies” Shawn Seidel (.360, 10 runs – 10 games), and Jerry Freiwald (.345, 9 runs – 13 games). Dan Clouser (.333) and Bill Lewis (.300) also pitched in as did Bobby Rhoads. The team again averaged over 8 runs per game (8.2 this season vs. 8.5 last year) in league play.

Randy Strausser (3-0, 1.00 ERA, 32K), Shawn Seidel (4-1, 1.85, 42K) and Barry Carl (3-1, 1 SV, 2.51, 32) led the Sox pitching staff, with additional wins chipped in from Brian Schlegel and Chris Ninfo during the regular season. This was after another starting pitcher, “rookie” Mike Strechay, was lost for the season before it started with an elbow injury during a preseason game.

Although starting out strong with a 10-1 record and cruising in first place in the league standings, the team went 3-4 down the stretch, earning them a disappointing 4th seed in the Berks County Senior Baseball League playoffs (double elimination). After winning their opening round playoff game 6-3 against the Udder Choice Rangers, they lost 5-0 to eventual and 3-time defending league champion Hamburg Astros. However, they had beaten Hamburg in both meetings during the regular season.

They recovered to beat the Sinking Spring Angels 5-3 in an elimination game, but their championship goal and season would end the next weekend with a loss to the eventual league runner-up Yankees 5-4. The loss was especially irritating, as all five runs scored were unearned in the first inning, after the Sox had taken a 3-0 lead in the top of the first.

To wrap up for 2005, it was another fun, competitive and rewarding season; with another disappointing end the team will look to avenge next season.

For 2006, the goal remains the same – the BCSBL Championship.
YEAR RECORD MANAGER
2006 16-7 Kevin Kantner
TEAM AWARDS
MVP - Scott Emerich Outstanding Pitcher - Mike Strechay
Sportsmanship/Hustle - Jerry Freiwald Defensive Player of the Year - Shawn Seidel
Unlike their younger Quad County Optimist Baseball League counterparts, the Berkshire 28-Over Red Sox once again were unable to capture the elusive Berks County Senior Baseball League championship they’ve been stalking. The team finished the regular season 15-5 and tied for third overall. But not putting together a winning streak during the playoffs once again kept them from their championship dream.

The 2006 team began the season without 2005 team MVP Allan Valunas and 3-time team MVP Brian Schlegel. However, the Sox returned most of their potent starting line-up from last season. Bob Tranquillo, Todd Schlegel, Kevin Kantner, Brad Burg, Barry Carl, Mike Stern, Shawn Seidel, Jerry Freiwald, Bill Lewis, and Bobby Rhoads returned and averaged just less than 7 runs per game of offense (down from over 8 runs the last two seasons).

New additions Mike Strechay, Moses Rivera, Bill Martin and returning former Red Sox players Jeff Hartenstine, Scott Emerich and Troy Gaston also played roles big and small in all aspects of the team – offense, defense and pitching.

Mike Strechay was voted by the league members as the “Pitcher of the Year” for his outstanding year on the mound. He was 6-1 with 54 K’s in 43 innings and gave up only 3 earned runs during the regular season. Mike was able to anchor a pitching staff which started the year as the strength of the team, but due to injury and other factors had them scrambling by season’s end. Barry Carl, Scott Emerich, Jeff Hartenstine and Bob Tranquillo each “pitched” in during the season.

The Sox entered the playoffs as the 4th seed, and lost a heart-breaking opener 4-3 to Reamstown which tumbled them into the loser’s bracket. After a 5-4 win over the Angels, they were eliminated in the Quarterfinal round of the playoffs after losing to the Phillies 3-1. A first year franchise, Sam’s Goosehouse Mets defeated the Hamburg Astros to claim their first league title.

Overall, it was another fun, competitive and rewarding season.
YEAR RECORD MANAGER
2007 20-6 Kevin Kantner            View 2007 Team Archive
TEAM AWARDS
MVP - Scott Emerich Outstanding Pitcher - Shawn Seidel & Randy Strausser
Sportsmanship/Hustle - Bud Dietrich Defensive Player of the Year - Bud Dietrich
The Berkshire 28-Over Red Sox completed a successful 2007 season by capturing the BERKS COUNTY SENIOR BASEBALL LEAGUE’s (BCSBL) Regular Season Championship title and trophy by finishing 17-3. However, they could not parlay that #1 seed into becoming playoff champions – something they have been in contention for the past 5 seasons.

After winning their first two playoff games vs. the Orioles and Rangers, a loss to the Mets put them into the losers’ bracket of the leagues double-elimination playoff tournament. They did win again, a 10-9 victory of the Shillington Steal to reach the championship finals, but lost to the defending 2006 league champion Sam’s Goosehouse Mets 8-3.

The Sox continued their offensive prowess this season, averaging nearly 9 runs per game. However several key injuries hampered them in the season’s final weeks and through the playoffs, and the team didn’t quite have enough depth to overcome those losses.

The Sox will look toward 2008 with the same goal - the BCSBL Championship.
YEAR RECORD MANAGER
2008 7-15-1 Kevin Kantner            View 2008 Team Archive
TEAM AWARDS
MVP - Mike Strechay Outstanding Pitcher - Mike Strechay
Sportsmanship/Hustle - Bud Dietrich Defensive Player of the Year - Troy Gaston
The Berkshire 28-Over Red Sox began their 2008 season with the same hope and desire to pick-up just where they left off in 2007. Last season, the team captured the BERKS COUNTY SENIOR BASEBALL LEAGUE’s (BCSBL) Regular Season Championship title and trophy by finishing 17-3. They reached the Championship Round of the playoffs, eventually losing to two-time league champion Sam’s Goosehouse Mets 8-3.

With all but three players returning from that ‘07 roster, and the return of 2006 team and league Pitcher of the Year Mike Strechay, manager Kevin Kantner felt confident to make yet another championship run. New team members Bill Fox, Chad Labour, Anthony Cinfici & John Guiseppe were added to strengthen an already solid roster and received plenty of playing time.

But what had powered the Sox to a 95-35 record in Kantner’s five previous seasons at the helm, solid pitching and great offense (averaged 8-9 runs per game over those 5 seasons) never materialized, and the team could never put any kind of winning streaks together. It began with an opening day double-header sweep by the A’s, and the Sox stumbled to a 1-5 start. Their offensive struggles continued most of the season, only averaging 3.7 runs per game. Without 2006 & 2007 MVP Scott Emerich, and 2005 & 2007 Pitcher of the Year Shawn Seidel, who were both injured early in the season and unavailable for most of it, the offense and pitching struggled other than Mike Strechay’s 4 wins. The offense was lead by most of the season by Troy Gaston, Steve Diaz and Brad Burg, with help from John Guiseppe (before his season-ending injury), and Kantner.

Other key contributors during the year were Keith Kelly, Bud Dietrich, Barry Carl and Bobby Rhoads.

The Sox finished the regular season at 6-13-1, and ended up as the 8th seed in the BCSBL playoffs. However one final hurrah was in store, as the Sox were matched in the first round with the #1 seeded Sam’s Goosehouse Mets, who had also swept them in two close games during the regular season. In a rare déjà vu moment from 2007, the Sox came to life in that game, getting a great pitching performance by Strechay, along with a 10-run explosion lead by Anthony Cinfici, which resulted in a 10-2 victory and the first time a #8 seed had upset a #1 seed in BCSBL history. That momentum however was short-lived, and the following day, in the winner’s bracket quarterfinals, they wasted a 3-hitter pitched by Randy Strausser, and lost to the #4 seeded Phillies 2-0. Their season ended with a 16-1 beating by those same Sam’s Goosehouse Mets, who exacted their revenge for the first round upset, and they eventually advanced and won the league championship yet again.

A 7-15-1 final record was not nearly what the team had in mind coming into 2008, and they are already preparing for a much better season outlook for 2009. Same goal as always – the BCSBL Championship.
YEAR RECORD MANAGER
2009 9-13 Kevin Kantner            View 2009 Team Archive
TEAM AWARDS
MVP - Troy Gaston & John Guiseppe Outstanding Pitcher - Shawn Seidel
Sportsmanship/Hustle - Anthony Cinfici Defensive Player of the Year - Troy Gaston
The Berkshire 28-Over Red Sox began its 2009 season hoping to rebound from a disappointing 2008 season – its first losing season since manager Kevin Kantner took over the helm in 2003. It was just one season removed from the 2007 Berks County Senior Baseball League’s (BCSBL) Regular Season Championship title success.

With several changes to the roster from ‘08, Kantner was hopeful that the pieces of the puzzle would all come together. However, some major previous contributors were missing in action, including former 2006 & 2008 Pitcher of the Year/MVP Mike Strechay and long-time veteran Bobby Rhoads. 2006-07 Team MVP Scott Emerich was injured and unable to play during the season. New team members Tom Krick, Elvis West, Sean Gaston, Scott Barrell & Terry Koch were added to strengthen the roster, and they played important roles as rookies.

Eventually, the same problems that befell the team in 2008 cropped up again, and the previous team strengths of solid pitching and potent offense materialized only here and there, and the team struggled with inconsistency for most of the season.

Offensively the team was lead by co-MVP’s Troy Gaston and John Guiseppe, along with Krick, Shawn Seidel, Brad Burg, Anthony Cinfici, Barry Carl & Kantner. Returning players were Keith Kelly, Bud Dietrich, Randy Strausser, Steve Diaz, & Bill Fox. After some additional injuries, veteran Todd Schlegel was also coaxed out of retirement for the last 1/3 of the season. Defensive stars were Troy Gaston, Guiseppe, Cinfici & Krick.

The season started very promising with an opening day double-header sweep of the A’s, and another two-game sweep in week two vs. the Orioles. After starting 4-0, the Sox went 3-3 in its next six games, still holding a respectable 7-3 record. Then the bottom fell out, losing its next six in a row falling below .500 with a 7-9 record. It rallied in its final double-header vs. Hamburg with a sweep to even its record at 9-9 heading into the BCSBL playoffs as the number seven seed.

Unlike 2008 when the elder Sox entered the playoffs as the number eight seed and promptly shocked and defeated the number one seed in the first round, this year turned out to be quite different. Facing the number two seed Hamburg Astros – whom it had beaten twice the week before – the Sox came out flat and made several crucial errors that lead to a 6-2 defeat. Bounced into the losers bracket, it was ousted from the playoffs with a 10-3 loss to Reamstown in its next game.

With a 9-11 final league record, the team did not nearly achieve what it had in mind coming into 2009, and it are already started preparing for a much better season in 2010. The same goal remains as always – winning the BCSBL Championship.
YEAR RECORD MANAGER
2010 15-9 Kevin Kantner            View 2010 Team Archive
TEAM AWARDS
MVP - Tom Krick Outstanding Pitcher - Scott Emerich
Sportsmanship/Hustle - Bud Dietrich Defensive Player of the Year - John Guiseppe
Coming Soon...
YEAR RECORD MANAGER
2011 11-10 Kevin Kantner            View 2011 Team Archive
TEAM AWARDS
MVP - Tom Krick Outstanding Pitcher - Mike Akers
Sportsmanship/Hustle - Rob Lozenski Defensive Player of the Year - Jeff Hair
Coming Soon...
YEAR RECORD MANAGER
2012 18-4 Kevin Kantner            View 2012 Team Archive
TEAM AWARDS
MVP - Tom Krick Outstanding Pitcher - Shawn Seidel
Sportsmanship/Hustle - Zac Schneider Defensive Player of the Year - Dan Myers
The 2012 Berkshire 28-Over Red Sox began their season with the hope that it's veteran line-up would be bolstered by the additions of several rookies who had extensive previous experience with the Optimist Team Red Sox.

These rookies...Pete Jordan, Leon Adams, Dan Myers and Zac Schneider proved to be very good additions and the team chemistry came together quite quickly. Veterans Tom Krick, Shawn Seidel, Steve Randolph, Matt Burkhart, Bud Dietrich and Brad Burg helped shape a team that was very potent offensively along with playing very solid defense that was tough for most teams to overcome.

Manager Kevin Kantner lead the team to an 14-4 league record, which was good enough to take the Berks County Senior Baseball League’s Regular Season Championship title and the #1 seed in the playoffs. From there, they went undefeated in the league playoffs, outscoring their opponents by a combined 48-15 in 4 playoff games. They defeated their league nemesis the "Phillies" in both the winners bracket final and championship final game to cap their title run.

Shawn Seidel was voted the BCSBL "Pitcher of the Year" with a 10-0 record

The goal for 2013 - winning another BCSBL Championship.
YEAR RECORD MANAGER
2013 15-6 Kevin Kantner            View 2013 Team Archive
TEAM AWARDS
MVP - Matt Burkhart Outstanding Pitcher - Scott Emerich
Defensive Player of the Year - Leon Adams Sportsmanship/Hustle - Shawn Seidel
Coming Soon...
YEAR RECORD MANAGER
2014 17-2 Kevin Kantner            View 2014 Team Archive
TEAM AWARDS
Outstanding Pitcher - Shawn Seidel MVP - Leon Adams
Defensive Player of the Year - Jordan Boyer Sportsmanship/Hustle - Jeff Hair
2014 Berks County Senior League Regular Season and Playoff Champions!
YEAR RECORD MANAGER
2015 20-0 Kevin Kantner            View 2015 Team Archive
TEAM AWARDS
Outstanding Pitcher - Scott Emerich Sportsmanship/Hustle - Mike Thompson
Defensive Player of the Year - Travis Fritz MVP - Shawn Seidel
2015 Berks County Senior League Regular Season and Playoff Champions!



Undefeated season - first time ever in league history.
YEAR RECORD MANAGER
2016 19-4 Kevin Kantner            View 2016 Team Archive
TEAM AWARDS
MVP - Shawn Seidel Outstanding Pitcher - Scott Emerich
Defensive Player of the Year - Pete Jordan Sportsmanship/Hustle - Mike Thompson
2016 Berks County Senior League Regular Season and Playoff Champions!



Ran winning streak to 31 straight games - won our 4th league championship in the past 5 seasons!