Most Valuable  Player -  Jesse Dynes

Father Dynes once again garnered the respect of his peers and coaches in capturing another MVP after another amazing season.  Jesse continued to be a mainstay in the middle of the order for the team, leading the team in at bats (157), hits (54), doubles (12), homeruns (8), RBI's (44), and second on the team in runs (31).  Defensively Jesse once again was a dominant first basemen, shoring up the infield defense.  Jesse was  a first team GTBL All star at first base and was also a member of the GTBL All Defensive Team.  Congratulations to Father Dynes on another amazing season.

Hitter of the Year - Glenn Reeves

Glenn had an amazing year at the plate for the Red Sox in 2019.  Glenn captured this award voted by his peers after compiling some very impressive stats.  Glenn was tied for second on the team in runs (31), had 40 hits in 94 at bats for an overall average of .426 and a .505 on base percentage.  Glenn also captured the GTBL hitter of the year batting .508 with 31 hits in 61 at bats, 8 doubles, a triple and a home run.  He was voted in as a first team all star in the GTBL at the shortstop position.  Congratulations to Glenn on a great year.

Pitcher of the Year -  Shaun Slemko

Slem had a great year on the mound for the Red Sox.  Whether he was in a starters role or coming in as a reliever in tough situations, Shaun pitched incredibly well.  Shaun compiled an ERA of .260 a WHIP of 1.08.  He was second on the team in innings pitched (55 1/3), struck out 35 and amassed 4 wins on the year.  Shaun has become a leader on the pitching staff.  Congratulations on an excellent year.

Rookie of the Year - Ryan Clarke

Ryan had an amazing first year for the Red Sox.  The rookie led the team in innings pitched (57 1/3), strikeouts (46) and wins (6).  He amassed an ERA of 4.71 and a WHIP of 1.85.  Ryan pitched a number of big games for the Sox getting his first victory at the Eliminations in a complete game effort.  He also got the win in an elimination game vs Leaside in the GTBL playoffs, and pitched a complete game in the final game of the year to capture the GTBL crown and shutting down the Thornhill Reds.  Congratulations to Ryan and the team is looking forward to see what Ryan can do on the mound for years to come.

Most Improved Player - Jeremy Marinelli

J Roc had an amazing second season with the team.  He improved in all aspects of the game on defense and on the offensive side of the field.  J Roc's energy and passion for the game was an integral part to the success of the team.  He had 113 at bats on the year, batted .301, 34 hits and 15 stolen bases.  He played any position he was asked to play and put the team first every single day.  J Roc was also recognized in the league as he collected the GTBL most improved player.  Congratulations J Roc on an excellent year.

Defensive Player of the Year - Peter Ricciardi

Peter once again had a very strong year for the Red Sox,  Patrolling center field for most of the year, Peter solidified the outfield defense making some amazing plays that changed ball games. Offensively, Peter was no slouch either.  Batting .366 with an on base percentage of .469, he amassed 45 hits in 123 at bats and had 16 stolen bases in the lead off role.  Peter also collected hardware in the GTBL with a first team all star selection in the outfield as well as the GTBL all defensive team centerfielder.  Congratulations Peter on another great year.