NEWS

Covid-19 Impact Messages To Our League Membership

March 30th

What a difference a week makes.  The City has advised that they are closing all fields until May 25th.  That is certainly subject to change.

Divisional assignments should have been relayed to you by email from your convenors and will be posted on the web site this week.

We are reviewing our schedule, two tournaments and playoffs at this time as we are trying to find out when the fields will be ready and open for play.  The season at this time is in flux, but we hope to open it on May 31th.

We appreciate your patience and understanding as we face this unprecedented challenge.  We fervently hope that you and your families emerge from this crisis as unscathed as possible.

Dale Suitor
President PMSPL

March 23rd

This update reflects our intentions regarding the 2020 season based on the facts available as of today.  The Executive will respond to any change in circumstance as the Covid-19 situation evolves and inform you accordingly.

Currently, the City has advised that they hope to have outdoor facilities available for use on May 3rd.  That is certainly subject to change.

The Executive has discussed the spring general meeting which is scheduled for April 8th and anticipate that meetings of our expected attendance will still not be allowed.  Furthermore, we have no venue as RCL 606 is closed indefinitely.

Please be advised that this meeting is cancelled.  If feasible, we will try to reschedule at some future date assuming there is still some value to be gained.

The purpose of this meeting was to announce team divisional assignments, distribute line up cards and scorebooks as well as review new rules approved last fall.  In addition, there were several items discussed in the fall which were to be further reviewed at this meeting.

We regret to advise that all matters pushed back from the fall general meeting will not be implemented for the forthcoming season.

Divisional assignments will be announced by email and posted on the web site.  Line up cards and scorebooks will be distributed to the bunker boxes and you should pick up these supplies from your umpire opening day.

We are moving ahead with a full 16 game schedule, two tournaments and playoffs conditional on the fields being ready and open for play.  The season is tentatively scheduled to start May 3rd.

As stated above, should circumstances necessitate changes, your Executive will respond accordingly.  If the season is unable to commence as planned, then we will try to treat postponed games as we would for conventional rain outs.  Should the number of games postponed exceed our ability to reschedule then as fair and equitable a reduced schedule as possible will be devised and you will be advised.

We appreciate your patience and understanding as we face this unprecedented challenge.  We fervently hope that you and your families emerge from this crisis as unscathed as possible.

Dale Suitor

 

Spring General Meeting
** Cancelled until further notice **

 

2019 August Tournament Schedule / Results

A Division Champion: Woodpeckers

B Division Champion: Phillies

C Division Champion: A’s

D Division Champion: Dirty Bandits

E Division Champion: Durham Tigers

F Division Champion: Jesters

Lost Glove:  July 21st at Kinsmen North
Rawlings tan coloured glove.   If found, please contact Dale via email (president@pickeringmensslowpitch.ca).

Schedule Changes (July 31st)
Recent changes affecting “B” Division games (B1, B4, B7 and B9) scheduled on August 25th have been removed.
All August games scheduled at Centennial Park have been changed to Dunmoore and Kinsmen Parks.

Please visit our schedule page to access the latest league master schedule.


July 24th
: Special Ground Rule at Kinsmen North

Recently we have had concerns with an overhanging tree in right field at Kinsmen North diamond causing interference with fly balls.

The following ground rule will be followed until such time that the issue is addressed:
Any legally batted fly ball that enters the overhanging tree in right field will immediately be ruled a ‘dead ball’. All base runners will be awarded 2 bases at the time of the pitch (ground-rule double).
If, in the judgement of the umpire, the legally batted fly ball would have cleared the outfield fence without interference of the overhanging tree, then a home run may be awarded.
This ruling is non-protestable as it is strictly a judgement call made by the umpire.

 

Tournament Scores

June 7th and 8th

A Division
Longhorns 19, Woodpeckers 10
Shockers 7, Balls Deep 0 (Default)
Blue Jays 34, Longhorns 15
Blue Jays advance to “A” finals

Consolation Bracket (Elimination Games)
Woodpeckers 18, Balls Deep 6
Woodpeckers 23, Longhorns 17
Shockers 27, Woodpeckers 9
Shockers advance to “A” finals

“A” Chmpionship Final
Shockers 22, Blue Jays 14

B Division
Championship Bracket
The Runs 27, Frenzy 14
Danforth Roofing Supply 7, Grifters 0 (Default)
The Runs 25, Fat Ninjas 11
Phillies 21, Danforth Roofing Supply 8

C Division
Championship Bracket
Knights 22, A’s 13
Half Base 13, Raiders 12
Sweet Beauties 14, Jack Astors Yankees 10
Bardawgs 9, Imploders 8
Half Base 19, Knights 17
Half Base advance to “C” finals
Bardawgs 13, Sweet Beauties 9
Bardawgs  advance to “C” finals

Championship Final
Half Base 17, Bardawgs 11

Consolation Bracket (Elimination Games)
Raiders 21, A’s 20
Jack Astors Yankees 9, Imploders 8
Knights 21, Jack Astors Yankees 18

“C” Consolation Final
Sweet Beauties 20, Knights 4

D Division
Paradise Sluggers 30, Deloitte Scared Hitless 13
Pirates 14, Thunder 12
Paradise Sluggers 11, Dirty Bandits 9
Paradise Sluggers 20, Pirates 8
Paradise Sluggers advance to finals.

Consolation Bracket (Elimination Games)
Deloitte Scared Hitless 20, Thunder 18
Dirty Bandits 15, Deloitte Scared Hitless 9
Pirates 12, Dirty Bandits 8
Pirates advance to finals.

“D” Championship Final
Paradise Sluggers 13, Pirates 4

E Division
Winners Bracket
Durham Tigers 21, Free Agents 8
ISOFT 18, Limers 13
Mighty Mucks 29, Durham Tigers 11
ISOFT 15, Miighty Mucks 13
ISOFT advances to “E” Finals

Consolation Bracket (Elimination Games)
Limers 26, Free Agents 2
Limers 28, Durham Tigers 2
Limers 18, Mighty Mucks 12
Limers advance to “E” finals

“E” Championship Final
Limers 21, ISOFT 19

F Division

Winners Bracket
Sting 17, Jesters 15
Remax 14, St. Louis Brew Jays 10
Sting 12, Remax 9
Sting advances to “F” finals

Losers Bracket (Elimination Games)
St. Louis Brew Jays 14, Jesters 4
Remax 19, St. Louis Brew Jays 8
Remax advances to “F” finals

“F” Championship Final
Remax 25, Sting 6

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