Greater Philadelphia Men's Adult Baseball League 

 History 


In Memoriam:

Justin Etsell (Royals-2015) – Beloved son of Nancy and Justin Etsell, brother of Derek and Ryan. Great friend to many and a fine ballplayer for North Catholic High (Philadelphia, PA) and the Kensington Royals (GPMABL). Left the world too soon on February 17th at the age of 29. He always kept things light in the dugout with stories from his baseball past and he always gave it his all on the field. Rest in peace Justin Etsell, Flight #24 (retired)

Don Peterson (Red Sox-2007) – Don Peterson played for the GPMABL Red Sox in 2006 and was not only a key member of the starting rotation but a leader of the team. He constantly kept teammates, opponents, and umpires laughing and smiling with his legendary sense of humor. Don, then 28 years old, passed away on January 25, 2007 and left a hole in the Red Sox rotation and in the players' hearts. The Red Sox wore a #20 patch to honor his memory for many years after his passing. Don was survived by his girlfriend and son. In a touching tribute to Don's impact on all he met, the league raises money at its annual all-star game each year for his son's education fund the Aidan Peterson Education Fund. Don worked as a security guard at Eastern University and was pursuing his dream of becoming a commercial airline pilot. Don is sorely missed by all in the GPMABL.

2016 — The GPMABL completed its 16th season in the sun, playing games for the 25+ crowd on Sunday mornings with players 35+ playing Sunday Evenings.  The league played games at Villanova's Plymouth Meeting Field, Glen Mills Field, Germantown Academy, La Salle College High School’s Ward Field, Latshaw-McCarthy Field, Ryan Howard’s Hunting Park Field, Ramp Playground Field, Bensalem Ramblers Field, and Frawley Stadium, home of the Wilmington Blue Rocks.  Highlights included welcoming the Generals to the GPMABL family, close games and general league parity, a team attending the MSBL World Series in AZ, and a league-record fifth Championship for the Comets.

2016 GPMABL

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GPMABL CHAMPIONS

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Comets

Andrew Marcus (Manager),  Matt Allen, Arvind Balaji,  Brian Chernuta,  Andrew Dean,  John Estok,  Matt Gionta,  Pete Harper,  Phil Motley,  Andrew Napoli,  Clancy Philbrick ,  Kyle Riley,  Jason Rompola,  Dennis Rudzinski, Matthew Welsh, Gavin White


GPMABL CLASSIC CHAMPIONS

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Colt .45s

Ian Downes (Manager), Andrew Bender,  Anthony Bueti,  Stephen Chaitt,  Emanuel Chryssos, Seth Cleaver,  Kevin Downes,  Christopher Fallon,  Baron Ferguson,  Russell Krause,  Charles Lovell,  Douglas Malcolm, Michael Morel,  Ken Racowski,  Suresh Swaminathan,  Benjamin Vanderhoof

GPMABL PENNANT WINNERS

Penn Division - Muckdogs
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Brian Smith (Manager), Michael Balash,  Luigi Dolenti,  Mark Duffy,  Chuck Evans,  Kenneth Flaville,  Mark Flaville,  Jordan Hofferman,  Rick Horn,  Jarrell James,  Kyle Landreth,  Jack Lenoir,  Brad Livingston,  Matt Myers,  Mike Ross,  Dan Schiffner,  Zach Schlesinger,  Stephen Stewart,  Robert Worrel  

Franklin Division - Generals
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Sal Ruggieri (Manager), Andrew Agee, Jason Butsch,  Orlando Candelario, Josh Candelario,  Armandino Cavaliere, James Clark,  Jameson Cooper, Mark Donovan,  Tyler Groff, Bryce Istvan, Matthew  Kalos, David Kratzer,  Dan Maletta,  Joe Mccabe,  Alfonso Peña,  Mark Porter,  Randall Schwaeble,  Joe Statts  

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GPMABL STANDOUTS

 
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GPMABL MVP
Kyle Landreth
(Muckdogs)
.431 AVG
20 Runs
28 Hits

 

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GPMABL CY YOUNG
Dan Schiffner
(Muckdogs)
0.80 ERA
7 Wins
57 Strike Outs

GPMABL SEASON IN REVIEW

 2016 League Leaders
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2016 Results/Standings
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2016 Rosters


2016 All-Star Teams

Penn Division Stars
Matt Allen, Andrew Dean, Mark Duffy, Chuck Evans, Ken Flaville, John Ksionska, Kyle Landreth, Brad Livingston, PJ Logan, Andrew Marcus, Pat McDonnell, Phil Motley, Andrew Napoli, Matt Pezzatto, Cesar Robinson, Jason Rompola, Dennis Rudzinski, Dan Schiffner, Ryan Sentry, Brain Smith, Ethan Wergilis-Isaacson, Rob Worrell


Franklin Division Stars

Andrew Agee, Pat Armor, Matthew Burres, Ramon Castro, James Clark, Ryan Crotin, Mark Donovan, Joe Gorman, Joshua Grace, Ty Groff, Nickel Heimann, Russel Kessinger, David Kratzer, Joe McCabe, Steve McDermet, Jason McDowell,

Alfonzo Pena, Sal Ruggieri, Robert Thomas, George Miller

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2015 — The GPMABL completed its 15th season in the sun, adding the GPMABL Classic division for players 35 years of age and older.  The league played games at Villanova's Plymouth Meeting Field, Glen Mills Field, Germantown Academy, La Salle College High School’s Ward Field, Latshaw-McCarthy Field, Ryan Howard’s Hunting Park Field, and Ramp Playground Field.  Highlights included the inaugural GPMABL Classic Sunday-night season, a no-hitter, a team attending the MSBL World Series in AZ, the GPMABL’s second all-underdog finals, and a first Championship for the Colt 45s, ending the league’s longest championship draught.

2015 GPMABL

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SEASON REVIEW

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GPMABL CHAMPIONS

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Colt .45s

Ian Downes (Manager), Andrew Bender, Jason Bonder, Stephen Chaitt, Seth Cleaver, Kevin Downes, Baron Ferguson, Charles Lovell, Douglas Malcolm, Kyle Mathis, Steve Mcready, Ken Racowski, Leo Schonwald, Suresh Swaminathan, Andrew Thorne, Benjamin Vanderhoof, Chris Vecsey, Karl Weimer

GPMABL CLASSIC CHAMPIONS

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Bears

Brett Mandel (Manager), Dave Battinieri, John Benson, Gene Carboni, Dennis Deitch, Rusty Eveland, Chuck Fanelli, Derrick Galmore, Seth Julyan, Tom Kenvin, Fred Mahoney, Sal Scalora, Robert Solomon, Justin Thomas, Nick Weisheipl

GPMABL PENNANT WINNERS

Penn Division - Irish
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Patrick Mcdonnell (Manager), Jason Aikens, Joe Balco, Ryan Bird, George Higginson, John Ksionska, Pj Logan, Sean Menickella, Eric Miller, Josh Naso,  Matt Pezzatto, Ben Recenes,  Cesar Robinson, Ryan Santry, Tom Starrett, Ethan Wergilis-Isaacson, Jim Woodruff

Franklin Division - Royals
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Nicholas Heimann (Manager), Matt Burres, Jason Butsch , Ramon Castro, Jason Ganski, David Gavigan, Joshua Grace, Adrian Jackson, Russel Kessinger, George Miller, Greg Moyer, Phil Pie, Sal Ruggieri, Derek Schauer, Jeremy Smith, Matt Smith, Mark Stehle, Danny Tarng, Matt Teter

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GPMABL STANDOUTS

 
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GPMABL MVP
Andy Thorne
(Colt .45s)
.408 AVG
32 Runs
31 Hits

 

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GPMABL CY YOUNG
Matt Kalos
(Angels)
1.17 ERA
4 Wins
47 Strike Outs

GPMABL SEASON IN REVIEW

2015 League Leaders
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2015 Results/Standings
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2015 Rosters

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2015 All-Star Teams

Penn Division Stars
Matt Allen, Bret Binder, Matt Breton, Ramon Castro, Andrew Dean, Jack Eller,  Bryce Edwards, Joshua Grace, Nickel Heimann, Chris Hall, Adrian Jackson, Russel Kessinger, Mike Londblom, Nick Luko, Andrew Marcus, Phil Motley, Greg Moyer, Alfonso Pena, Kyle Riley, Joe Statts, Robert Thomas



Franklin Division Stars

John Bukowski, Ian Downes, Mark Duffy, Shane Freer, Spencer Graves, Ty Groff, Chris Guth, Matt Kalos, John Ksionska, Kyle Landreth, Jack Lenoir, Chuck Lovell, Pat McDonnell, Matt Pezzatto, Cesar Robinson, Ryan Sentry, Scott Stanton, Suresh Swaminathan, Andy Thorne, Ben Vaderhoof, Ethan Wergilis-Isaacson

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2014 — The GPMABL completed its 14th season in the sun, playing a complete schedule unaffected by rain.  The league played games at Villanova's Plymouth Meeting Field, Glen Mills Field, LaSalle's Hank DeVincent Field, Germantown Academy, La Salle College High School’s Ward Field, Latshaw-McCarthy Field, Ryan Howard’s Hunting Park Field, and Richie Ashburn Field.  Highlights included a pair of no-hitters, two teams attending the MSBL World Series in AZ, and a first Championship for the Muckdogs.

2014 GPMABL

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SEASON REVIEW

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GPMABL CHAMPIONS

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Muckdogs

Brian Smith (Manager), Michael Balash, Mark Duffy, Kenneth Flaville, Shane Freer, Josh Gansky, Kevin Gansky, Joe Hoffman, Kyle Landreth, Jack Lenoir, Junior Lewis, Brad Livingston, Nick Long, Ryan Pavone, Daniel Schiffner, Scott Stanton, Stephen Stewart, Robert Worrell

GPMABL PENNANT WINNERS

Penn Division - Muckdogs

Brian Smith (Manager), Michael Balash, Mark Duffy, Kenneth Flaville, Shane Freer, Josh Gansky, Kevin Gansky, Joe Hoffman, Kyle Landreth, Jack Lenoir, Junior Lewis, Brad Livingston, Nick Long, Ryan Pavone, Daniel Schiffner, Scott Stanton, Stephen Stewart, Robert Worrell

Franklin Division - Comets

Matt Gionta (Manager), Matthew Allen, Preston Bannard, Dennis Deitch, James Donofrio, Adam Goldstein, JR Llanot, Brett Mandel, Andrew Marcus, Phil Motley, Ryan Platzbecker, Kyle Riley, Jason Rompola, Nick Staehle, Guy Torresani, Nick Weisheipl, Gavin White, Tim Wilent

GPMABL STANDOUTS

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Jason Rompola
(Comets)
.512 AVG
22 RBI
42 Hits

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GPMABL CY YOUNG
Nick Long
(Muckdogs)
0.32 ERA
8 Wins
93 Strike Outs

GPMABL SEASON IN REVIEW

2014 League Leaders
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2014 Results/Standings
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2014 Rosters

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2014 All-Star Teams

Penn Division Stars
Ian Downes, Ken Flaville, Joshua Grace , Nickel Heimann, Russel Kessinger, Russ Krause, Adrian Jackson, Jack Lenoir, Nick Long, Chuck Lovell, Greg Moyer, Alfonso Pena, Dan Schiffner, Leo Schonwald, Brian Waller Scott, Brian Smith, Scott Stanton, Joe Stats, Mark Stehle, Kyle Svenkenson, Adam Taupin, Andy Thorne, Chris Vecsey, John Flagler, Javier de los Santos



Franklin Division Stars
Matt Allen, Pat Armor, Ryan Bird , Jimmy Donofrio, Brandon Emmons, Chris Emrich, Matt Gionta, Adam Goldstein, Spencer Graves, Ty Groff, Chris Guth, Matt Kalos, John Ksionska, Matt Mansur, Pat McDonnell, Jason McDowell, Eric Miller, Phil Motley, Cesar Robinson, Jason Rompola, Rich Ryan, Nick Staehle, Ryan Sentry, Carl Trainer

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2013 — The GPMABL completed its 13th season in the sun, welcoming the expansion Kensington Royals, and playing a complete schedule unaffected by rain.  The league played games at Villanova's Plymouth Meeting Field, LaSalle's Hank DeVincent Field, Germantown Academy, La Salle College High School’s Ward Field, Latshaw-McCarthy Field, Ryan Howard’s Hunting Park Field, and Richie Ashburn Field.  Highlights included a perfect game, another great trip to the MSBL World Series in AZ, and a back-to-back Championship run by the Comets.

2013 GPMABL

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SEASON REVIEW

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GPMABL CHAMPIONS

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Comets

Matt Gionta (Manager), Matthew Allen, Preston Bannard, Baker DeCamp, Sean Dowling, Mark Duffy, Jon Gerwitz, Brett Mandel, Andrew Marcus, Phil Motley, Rich Prall, Kyle Riley, Jason Rompola, Nick Staehle, Nick Weisheipl, Gavin White

GPMABL PENNANT WINNERS

Penn Division - Muckdogs

Brian Smith (Manager), Mike Balash, John Bernhardt, Ed Fennessey, Ken Flaville, Shane Freer, Josh Gansky, Kevin Gansky, Matt Gansky, Ryan Gerhart, Joe Hoffman, Kyle Landreth, John Lenoir, Brad Livingston, Nick Long, Dan Schiffner, Scott Stanton, Stephen Stewart, Robert Worrell

Franklin Division - Comets

Matt Gionta (Manager), Matthew Allen, Preston Bannard, Baker DeCamp, Sean Dowling, Mark Duffy, Jon Gerwitz, Brett Mandel, Andrew Marcus, Phil Motley, Rich Prall, Kyle Riley, Jason Rompola, Nick Staehle, Nick Weisheipl, Gavin White

GPMABL STANDOUTS

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Russel Kessinger
(Royals)
.479 AVG
17 RBI
34 Hits

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GPMABL CY YOUNG
Dan Schiffner
(Muckdogs)
0.80 ERA
11 Wins
73 Strike Outs

GPMABL SEASON IN REVIEW

2013 League Leaders
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2013 Results/Standings
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2013 Rosters

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2013 All-Star Teams

Penn Division Stars
Mike Balash, Bret Binder, Jason Butsch, Stephen David, Jesse Engaard, John Flagler, Shane Freer, Ryan Foreman, David Gavigan, Joshua Grace, Mike Hennessey, Russ Kessinger, Kyle Landreth, Jack Lenoir, Steve McDermet, Jason McDowell, Alfonso Pena, Josh Rehak, Adam Ritter, Sal Ruggieri, Dan Schiffner, Scott Stanton, Danny Tarng



Franklin Division Stars
Joe Balco, Pat Balco, Matt Breen, Joe Cice, Baker DeCamp, Sean Dowling, Ian Downes, Ray Elliott, Chris Emrich, Chris Fallon, Baron Ferguson, Spencer Graves, Chris Guth, George Higginson, Pat McDonnell, Phil Motley, Pat O’Reilly, Rich Prall, Ben Recenes, Jason Rompola, Leo Schonwald, Tim Shoenhaus, Andy Thorne, Karl Weimer, Gavin White, Jim Woodruff

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2012 — The GPMABL completed its 12th season in the sun, with history being made on the field.  The league played games at Villanova's Plymouth Meeting Field, LaSalle's Hank DeVincent Field, La Salle College High School’s Ward Field, Latshaw-McCarthy Field, Ryan Howard’s Hunting Park Field, and Richie Ashburn Field.  Highlights included the GPMABL’s first perfect game, another great trip to the MSBL World Series in AZ, and the return of the Championship Trophy to the Comets.

2012 GPMABL

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SEASON REVIEW

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GPMABL CHAMPIONS

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Comets

Matt Gionta (Manager), Shane Barrett, Baker Decamp, Curtis Dionne, Sean Dowling, Mark Duffy, Jon Gerwitz, Adam Goldstein, Brett Mandel,  Andrew Marcus, Phil Motley, Ryan Platzbecker, Rich Prall, Brian Reiter, Kyle Riley, Jason Rompola, Jared Shelly, Nick Staehle, Gavin White

GPMABL PENNANT WINNERS

Penn Division - A’s

Bill Mason (Manager), Zeke Boren , Frank Busillo, Steve Defroda, Chris Drobish, Pat Dunn, Dennis Geiger, Chris Godwin, Ryan Golderer, Dennis Higgins, Adam Oddo, Luis Ortiz, Rod Quintana, Cuba Quintana, Chris Schroeder, Brian Simon, Ricky Vaughn, Mike Ziegler

Franklin Division - Comets

Matt Gionta (Manager), Shane Barrett, Baker Decamp, Curtis Dionne, Sean Dowling, Mark Duffy, Jon Gerwitz, Adam Goldstein, Brett Mandel,  Andrew Marcus, Phil Motley, Ryan Platzbecker, Rich Prall, Brian Reiter, Kyle Riley, Jason Rompola, Jared Shelly, Nick Staehle, Gavin White

GPMABL STANDOUTS

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GPMABL MVP
Alfonso Pena
(Brawlers)
.408 AVG
15 RBI
31 Hits

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GPMABL CY YOUNG
Nick Long
(Muckdogs)
0.66 ERA
10 Wins
92 Strike Outs

GPMABL SEASON IN REVIEW

2012 League Leaders
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2012 Results/Standings
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2012 Rosters

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2012 All-Star Teams

Penn Division Stars
Keith Balco, Pat Balco, Bret Binder, Matt Breen, Frank Busillo, Zeke Boren, Justin Chester, Chris Drobish, Chris Emrich, Shaun Frazier, Dennis Geiger, Ryan Golderer, Josh Guevara, Zach Hone, Russ Kessinger, Billy Mason, Jason McDowell, Steve McDermet, Adam Oddo, Brendan Newell, Brian Roller, Rich Ryan



Franklin Division Stars
Shane Barrett, Jason Bonder, Jameson Cooper, Stephen David, Ian Downes, Baker DeCamp, Mark Duffy, Chris Fallon, Baron Ferguson, John Flagler, Ryan Gerhart, Norm Harrar, Kyle Landreth, Nick Long, Ramon Mojica, Phil Motley, Brad Livingston, Alfonso Pena, Rich Prall, Ryan Platzbecker, Leo Schonwald, Scott Stanton, Suresh Swaminathan, Mike Tomasco, Gavin White

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2011 — The GPMABL celebrated another great year on grass and dirt – on the best fields in the area and with exciting play each week.  The league played games at Villanova's Plymouth Meeting Field, LaSalle's Hank DeVincent Field, La Salle College High School’s Ward Field, Neumann University Field, Latshaw-McCarthy Field, Hartford Crossing Field, and Richie Ashburn Field.  Highlights included bringing three new expansion teams into the league, another great trip to the MSBL World Series in AZ, and a first Championship Trophy for the A’s.

2011 GPMABL

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GPMABL CHAMPIONS

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A’s

Billy Mason (Manager), Waiel Abdallah, Zeke Boren, Frank Busillo, Ernie Desimone, Pat Dunn, Dennis Geiger, Chris Godwin, Ryan Golderer, Dennis Higgins, Joe Juliano, Jon Kilgus, Adam Oddo, Luis Ortiz, Jr, Rodney Quintana, Sol Raie, Sal Ruggieri, Chris Schroeder

GPMABL PENNANT WINNERS

Penn Division - Colt .45s

Ian Downes (Manager), Jason Bonder, Anthony Bueti, Stephen Chaitt, Baron Ferguson, Mark Foresta, Seth Kirschner, Russell Krause, Charles Lovell, Jason McDonald, Steve McReady, Greg Nordick, Justin Northrup, Ken Racowski, Mike Sippel, Suresh Swaminathan, Benjamin Vanderhoof, Nicholas Ventrola, Ryan Whitmarsh

Franklin Division - Comets

Matt Gionta (Manager), DeWitt Brown, Rafi Cave, Baker DeCamp, Sean Dowling, Mark Duffy, Dana Erb, Jon Gerwitz, Adam Goldstein, Scott Kirby, Brett Mandel, Andrew Marcus, Phil Motley, Ryan Platzbecker, Brian Reiter, Kyle Riley, Jason Rompola, Jared Shelly, Nick Staehle, Gavin White,

GPMABL STANDOUTS

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GPMABL MVP
Baker DeCamp

(Comets)
.576 AVG
22 RBI
38 Hits

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GPMABL CY YOUNG
Ian Downes
(Colt .45s)
0.98 ERA
9 Wins
124 Strike Outs

GPMABL SEASON IN REVIEW

2011 League Leaders
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2011 Results/Standings
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2011 Rosters

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2011 All-Star Teams

Penn Division Stars
Matt Altomare, Matt Breen, Joe Cice, Ian Downes, Baron Ferguson, Josh Gansky, Eric Guise, Brett Heitt, Bill Johnson, Nick Long, Jack Lenoir, Chuck Lovell, Steve McDermet, Jason McDonald, Steve McReady, Joel Mills, Mike Newell, JD Northrup, Tom O'Konski, Dan Schiffner, Jared Smith, Suresh Swaminathan, Bryan Withrow



Franklin Division Stars
Keith Balco, Pat Balco, Frank Busillo, Jameson Cooper, Pat Coyne, Baker DeCamp, Mark Duffy, Pat Dunn, Chris Godwin, Adam Goldstein, Norm Harrar, Dennis Higgins, Zach Hone, Russell Kessinger, Scott Kirby, Bill Mason, Phil Motley, Adam Oddo, Paul Parashac, Alfonso Pena, Ryan Platzbecker, Brian Reiter, Tim Simkiss, Brian Simon, Mike Tomasco, Gavin White

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2010 — The GPMABL celebrated its 10th Anniversary season in grand form – on the best fields in the area and with several memorable events.  The league played games at Villanova's Plymouth Meeting Field, LaSalle's Hank DeVincent Field, Neumann University Field, Latshaw-McCarthy Field, Hartford Crossing Field, and Richie Ashburn Field.  Highlights included a trip to Cooperstown to play on legendary Doubleday Field, a playoff filled with tight games, and a second Championship Trophy for the Red Sox.

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GPMABL CHAMPIONS

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Red Sox

Brett Heitt (Manager), Matt Altomare, Bret  Binder, Will Caton, Craig Denlinger, Brian Freiland, Eric Guise, Bill Johnson,   Doug Kugler,  Joe Malloy, Steve McDermet, Bobby Midgley, Gary Nucera, Wascar Soriano, Michael Tester, Carl Trainer, Tyler Warren, Jason Williams, Bryan Withrow

GPMABL PENNANT WINNERS

Penn Division - Red Sox

Brett Heitt (Manager), Matt Altomare, Bret  Binder, Will Caton, Craig Denlinger, Brian Freiland, Eric Guise, Bill Johnson,   Doug Kugler,  Joe Malloy, Steve McDermet, Bobby Midgley, Gary Nucera, Wascar Soriano, Michael Tester, Carl Trainer, Tyler Warren, Jason Williams, Bryan Withrow

Franklin Division - Phillies

Brian Sharma (Manager), Jon Baker, Bryan Bechtel, Kevin Carfagno, Tom Crilley, Daniel Fox, Ryan Golderer, Brian Golderer, Brian Harding, Lucas Hardison, Bryant Harmon, Devin Hotsko, Steve Little, Aaron Moyer, Enrico Palazio, Christopher Salber, Marc Tankel, Thomas Vito, Dave Wolf, Matthew Yankowitz

GPMABL STANDOUTS

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GPMABL MVP
Jason Williams

(Red Sox)
.492 AVG
20 RBI
31 Hits

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GPMABL CY YOUNG
Eric Guise
(Red Sox)
1.48 ERA
12 Wins
105 Strike Outs

GPMABL SEASON IN REVIEW

2010 League Leaders
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2010 Results/Standings
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2010 Rosters

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2010 All-Star Teams

Penn Division Stars
Matt Breen, DeWitt Brown, Will Caton, Joe Cice, Ian Downes, Baron Ferguson, Adam Goldstein, Eric Guise, Bob Hartle, Brett Heitt, Jon Kemp, Chuck Lovell, Steve McDermet, Patrique Mickens, Gary Nucera, Tom O’Konski, Shane Strawn, Adam Virant, Gavin White, Jason Williams, Bryan Withrow



Franklin Division Stars
Frank Busillo, Larry Byers III , Kevin Carfagno, Ernie Desimone , Dan Fox, Dennis Geiger, Brian Golderer, Ryan Golderer , Dennis Higgins, Dan Maletta, Billy Mason, Walt McClure, Adam Oddo, Ben Recenes, Rob Ropars, Sal Ruggeri, Chris Salber, Marc Tankel, AJ Wood, Matt Yankowitz

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2009 — The GPMABL completed its ninth successful year after enduring the soggiest summer in memory.  The league played games at Villanova's Plymouth Meeting Field, LaSalle's Hank DeVincent Field, Neumann University Field, Cheltenham Field, Latshaw-McCarthy Field, Marple-Newtown, Northeast High School, Clifton Heights, Cardinal O’Hara, Liberty Bell Field, and Richie Ashburn Field.  Highlights included a 100-inning marathon that raised funds for Autism research and the league’s first Cinderella champions, the Bucks County Reds who won their first GPMABL title despite entering the Championship Tournament as the eighth seed.

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Bucks County Reds

Kris Sharp (Manager), Vince Curtis, Joshua DeBeary, Anthony Di Bacco, Dan Garcia, Danny Graf, Ryan Hays, Rich LaPat, Nate Maxwell, Tim McLaughlin, Anthony Nelson, Joe Onorato Eric Pugh, Mark Randall, Dave Rosen, David Rushoven, C.J. Ryan, Carter Schauf, Donahue Shaun, Kevin Vuernick

GPMABL PENNANT WINNERS

Penn Division - Havertown Eagles

James Nix (Manager), Brett Binder, James Casey, Mitchell Colletto, Craig Denlinger, Jim Dirisio, Brian Freiland, Carl Gibbs, Mark Gilliford, Keith Gorman, Rob Harvey, Brett Hiett, Chris Kestner, John Lee, Steve McDermet, Sam Miller, David Polgar, Marcus Spero, Mike Stott, Jason Williams

Franklin Division - Yankees

Mike Johnston (Manager), Jaesha Benjamin, Matt Blazynski, Ralph Cameron, Brandon Copeland, Dan Gavlick EJ Goldstein, Neil Herman, Doug Howard, Hong Kim, Adam Links, Lee Middleberg, Derrick Morgan, Eric Price, Carl Prushinski, Kevin Reilly, Javar Rochester, Michael Ruggiero, Bill Rush, Justin Tillinghast, Linton Ward, Matt Wilcox

GPMABL STANDOUTS

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GPMABL MVP
Avis Smith

(Dodgers)
.533 AVG
19 RBI
24 Hits

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GPMABL CY YOUNG
Andrew Fraser
(Mustangs)
1.05 ERA
7 Wins
52 Strike Outs

GPMABL SEASON IN REVIEW

2009 League Leaders
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2009 Results/Standings
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2009 Rosters


2009 All-Star Teams

Penn Division Stars
Brett Binder, Rafi Cave, Mitch Colletto, Craig Denlinger, Jimmy Donofrio, Ian Downes, Baron Ferguson, Mark Gilliford, Spencer Graves, Bob Hartle, Brett Hiett, Adam Kuchemba, John Lee, Wille Liggins, Nick Madden, Bryan McKernan, Sam Miller, Phil Motley, James Nix, Dave Polgar, Gerry Sasse, Avis Smith, Marcus Spero, Mike Thompson, Adam Virant, Ryan Whitmarsh

Franklin Division Stars
Pat Carney, Tom Crilley, Dan Fox, Andrew Fraser, Dan Gavlick, Ryan Golderer, Bryant Harmon, Neil Herman, Mike Johnston, Ben Jones, Lee Middleberg, Mike Ruggiero, Mike Shalon, Brian Sharma, Matt Wilcox, Adam Wisniewski

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2008 — The GPMABL enjoyed another great year on grass and dirt.  The league played games at Villanova's Plymouth Meeting Field, LaSalle's Hank DeVincent Field, Eastern University Field, Cheltenham Field, Latshaw-McCarthy Field, Washington High School, Clifton Heights, Cardinal O’Hara, Liberty Bell Field, and Richie Ashburn Field.  Highlights included an incredible day on the field playing baseball at Citizens Bank Park, an All-Star Game under the lights at the home of the Wilmington Blue Rocks a playoff tournament won by the league's reigning champions, the Havertown Eagles, and Commissioner Brett Mandel’s induction into the MSBL National Hall of Fame.

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Havertown Eagles

James Nix (Manager), Dan Beerhalter, Christopher Boyle, Mike Carfagno, James Casey, Mitch Colletto, Kevin Conklin, Jim Diorisio, Keith Gorman, Rob  Harvey, Chris Kestner, John Lee, Chris Macias, Sam Miller, Jeff  Monaco, Dave Polgar, Sal Raie, Wayne Robinson, Gerry Sasse, Pat Sowers,
Marcus Spero, Mike Stott, Brian Ward, Mike Young

GPMABL PENNANT WINNERS

Penn Division - Havertown Eagles

James Nix (Manager), Dan Beerhalter, Christopher Boyle, Mike Carfagno, James Casey, Mitch Colletto, Kevin Conklin, Jim Diorisio, Keith Gorman, Rob  Harvey, Chris Kestner, John Lee, Chris Macias, Sam Miller, Jeff  Monaco, Dave Polgar, Sal Raie, Wayne Robinson, Gerry Sasse, Pat Sowers, Marcus Spero, Mike Stott, Brian Ward, Mike Young

Franklin Division - Colt .45s

Anthony Bueti (Manager), Mike Bernabe, Richard Callahan, Ian Downes, Baron Ferguson, Russell Krause, Scott Leusner, Charles Lovell, Jason McDonald, Bryan McKernan, Ken Racowski, Jacob Schulz, Shane Strawn, Suresh Swaminathan, Chris Vecsey, Adam Virant, Ian Wallace, Ryan Whitmarsh

 

GPMABL STANDOUTS

 Gavlick
GPMABL MVP
Dan Gavlick

(Yankees)
.421 AVG
19 RBI
24 Hits

Lee 
GPMABL CY YOUNG
John Lee
(Eagles)
1.51 ERA
10 Wins
71 Strike Outs

GPMABL SEASON IN REVIEW

2008 League Leaders
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2008 Results/Standings
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2008 Rosters

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2008 All-Star Teams

Penn Division Stars
(James Nix - Manager)

Kevin Conklin, John Lee, Dave Polgar, Gerry Sasse, Brian Ward, Mike Johnston, Mike Ruggiero, Dan Gavlick, Seth Brunner, Ben Jones, Daniel Madonna, Nate Tolvaisa, Brett Hiett, Bret Binder, Steve McDermet, Eric Guise, Billy Mason, Frank Busillo, Ron Hirsch, Joe Juliano

Franklin Division Stars
(Ian Downes - Manager)

Brett Leibhart, Jeremy Honaker, Andrew Marcus, David Rushoven, Jon Baker, Nate Maxwell, Brett Mandel, Chris Drobish, Chris Vecsey, Ryan Whitmarsh, Joe Onorato, Ryan Golderer, Ken Racowski, Buck Schaaf, Kevin Snow, Justin Newman, Dave Schmidt, Sal Ruggieri, Matt Gionta

 

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2007 — The GPMABL expanded in its eight year, adding two teams to establish a ten-team league.  The league upgraded fields, adding college diamonds and played games at Villanova's Plymouth Meeting Field, LaSalle's Hank DeVincent Field, Eastern University Field, Deptford High School, Cheltenham Field, Liberty Bell Field, and Richie Ashburn Field.  Highlights included hosting the Russian National Team for an international exhibition -- attracting an article in the Philadelphia Inquirer (see 1, 2, 3, 4) and an article (see 1, 2) in the Philadelphia Weekly -- playing in local and national post-season tournaments, and a playoff tournament won by the league's first true dynasty and three-time champions, the Havertown Eagles.

2007 GPMABL

 

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GPMABL CHAMPIONS

Havertown Eagles

James Nix (Manager), Mike  Carfagno, James Casey, Mitch Colletto, Kevin Conklin, Jim Diorisio, Jeff Farrell, Fran  Flanagan, Keith  Gorman, Rob  Harvey, Blair Hayden, Chris Kestner, Brian Kozlowski, John Lee, Chris Macias, Dustin Mier, Sam Miller, Jeff Monaco, Dave Polgar, Gerry Sassee, Marcus Spero, Mike Stott, Brian Ward

GPMABL PENNANT WINNERS

Penn Division - Havertown Eagles

James Nix (Manager), Mike  Carfagno, James Casey, Mitch Colletto, Kevin Conklin, Jim Diorisio, Jeff Farrell, Fran  Flanagan, Keith  Gorman, Rob  Harvey, Blair Hayden, Chris Kestner, Brian Kozlowski, John Lee, Chris Macias, Dustin Mier, Sam Miller, Jeff Monaco, Dave Polgar, Gerry Sassee, Marcus Spero, Mike Stott, Brian Ward

Franklin Division - Philadelphia A's

Billy Mason (Manager), Rick Bates, Doug Biernacki, Carlos Collando, Chris Drobish, Steve Gallo, Dennis Geiger, Billy Ginley, Ron Hirsh, Joe Juliano, Christopher Kloepfer, Edward LaGuardia, Willie Liggins, Jonathan Pierce, Sol Raie, Luis Selles, Brian Simon, Mike Sllvia, Michael Szelagowski

GPMABL STANDOUTS

 
GPMABL MVP
Billy Mason
 
(A's)
.481 AVG
24 RBI
38 Hits

 

 
GPMABL CY YOUNG
Chris Vescey
(Colt .45s)
0.30 ERA
10 Wins

72 Strike Outs

GPMABL SEASON IN REVIEW

2007 League Leaders
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2007 Results/Standings
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2007 Rosters

2007 All-Star Teams

Penn Division Stars
(James Nix - Manager)

Bill Mason, Chris Drobish, Rick Bates, Willie Liggins, Doug Biernicki (Alt), Scott Colmyer, Dana Erb, Nick Madden, Joe Collins, Matt Gionta (Alt), Brett Hiett, Brett Binder, Jason Williams, Jason Hale, Brian Withrow, Dave Rusthoven, Kevin Vuernick, C.J. Ryan, Rick Baily (Alt), Brian Sharma, Phil Orzechowski, Craig Solomon

Franklin Division Stars
(Kris Sharp - Manager)

Sam Miller, Brian Ward, John Lee, Keith Gorman, Dave Polgar, Chris Vecsey, Jason McDonald, Dan Gavlick, E.J. Goldstein, Derrick Morgan, Mike Johnston, Mike Maley, Kevin Snow, Rick Russo, Jesse Frasch, Dan Wilson, Pat Carney, Eric Harter


2006 — The GPMABL expanded in its sixth year, creating two divisions with a total of eight teams chasing the championship.  The league played games at Deptford High School, Camden Catholic High School, Cardinal O'Hara High School, Liberty Bell Field, Kerr Field and Richie Ashburn Field.  Highlights included a trip to Cooperstown, NY to play ball on the Baseball Hall of Fame's Doubleday Field, a no-hitter and a double-elimination playoff tournament that crowned the Havertown Eagles the league's first back-to-back champions.

2006 GPMABL

SEASON REVIEW

GPMABL CHAMPIONS

Havertown Eagles

James Nix (Manager), Brian Bradford, Peter Byrne, Michael Carfagno, Mitchell Colletto, Pete Cooper, Jeff Farrell, Fran Flanagan, Keith Gorman, Jake Green, Andrew Hurst, Mike Johnston, Anthony Juliana, Chris Kestner, Brian Kozlowski, John Lee, Sam Miller, Dave Polgar, Marcus Spero, Jonathan Virtue, Brian Ward, Robert Wardlow

GPMABL PENNANT WINNERS

Penn Division - Havertown Eagles

James Nix (Manager), Brian Bradford, Peter Byrne, Michael Carfagno, Mitchell Colletto, Pete Cooper, Jeff Farrell, Fran Flanagan, Keith Gorman, Jake Green, Andrew Hurst, Mike Johnston, Anthony Juliana, Chris Kestner, Brian Kozlowski, John Lee, Sam Miller, Dave Polgar, Marcus Spero, Jonathan Virtue, Brian Ward, Robert Wardlow

Franklin Division - Bucks County Reds

Kris Sharp  (Manager), Richard Bailey, Kevin Brown, Anthony DiBacco, Russell Douglass, Billy Dove, Michael Fein, Andres Gaffield, Tom Hiro, Damien Jones, Joshua Liss, Nolberto Lopez, Peter Mahler, Daniel McCall, John Moran, Anthony Nelson, Jason Neufeld, Joey Onorato, David Rushtoven, S. Carter Schauf, Travis Yocum

GPMABL STANDOUTS

 
GPMABL MVP
Jason McDonald

(Colt 45s)
.440 AVG
21 RBI
22 Hits


GPMABL CY YOUNG
Chris Vescey/
Jeff Farrell

(Colt .45s)/(Eagles)
0.22/0.93 ERA
7/8 Wins

79/46 Strike Outs

GPMABL SEASON IN REVIEW

2006 League Leaders
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2006 Results/Standings
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2006 Rosters

2006 All-Star Teams

Penn Division Stars
(James Nix - Manager)

Dave Polgar, Seth Brunner, Keith Gorman, Neal McMonigle, Phil Goodhead, Buddy Nix, Nate Tolvaisa, Mitch Colletto, Steve Hay, Brian Sharma, Jason McDonald, Ian Downes, Jim Neusch, Jason Hemerka, Ryan Whitmarsh, Chris Vescey, Dave Brownback, Jeff Farrell, Bryant Harmon, Dave Jerdon

Franklin Division Stars
(Chris Joswick - Manager)

"June" Lopez, Jesse Frasche, Brett Mandel, Damien Jones, Brian DiCurcio, Chris Joswick, Paul McInnis, Anthony Nelson, Jason Williams, Kris Sharp, Don Peterson, Bryan Withrow, Jason Hale, Tom Hiro, James Freeman, Don Peterson, Jason Leet, Mike Sabol, David Schmidt, Brett Hiett

 

2005 — The GPMABL celebrated its fifth year with another season of great games and quality play.  The league played games at Deptford High School, Camden Catholic High School, Cardinal O'Hara High School, and Richie Ashburn Field.  Highlights included El Wingador throwing out the first pitch of the season, a switch to all-wood play, a league title for the Havertown Eagles, and an All-Star Game at Wilmington Blue Rocks Stadium that ended the year with a fun evening on the diamond...and then off the field toasting the season that was.

2005 GPMABL

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GPMABL CHAMPIONS

Havertown Eagles
James Nix  (Manager), Michael Carfagno, Mitchell Colletto, Bill Dahling, Jeff Farrell, Fran Flanagan, Keith Gorman, Michael Indico, Jason Kessler, Chris Kestner, Brian Kozlowski, John Lee, Dan McMaster, Sam Miller, Dave Polgar, Gerry Sasse, Brian Ward, Vinnie Ward, Matthew Wardlow , Robert Wardlow, Mark Zitzler

GPMABL PENNANT WINNERS

Havertown Eagles
James Nix  (Manager), Michael Carfagno, Mitchell Colletto, Bill Dahling, Jeff Farrell, Fran Flanagan, Keith Gorman, Michael Indico, Jason Kessler, Chris Kestner, Brian Kozlowski, John Lee, Dan McMaster, Sam Miller, Dave Polgar, Gerry Sasse, Brian Ward, Vinnie Ward, Matthew Wardlow , Robert Wardlow, Mark Zitzler

GPMABL STANDOUTS

 
GPMABL MVP
Dan McMaster (3B)

(Eagles)
.509 AVG
17 RBI
29 Hits

 
GPMABL CY YOUNG
Kevin Snow
(Blue Rocks)
1.69 ERA
7 Wins

69 Strike Outs

GPMABL SEASON IN REVIEW

2005 League Leaders
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2005 Results/Standings
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2005 Rosters

2005 All-Star Teams

Comets/Red Sox/Phillies Stars
(Jason Hale - Manager)
Jason Hale, Bill Johnson, Brett Mandel, Gene Lasky*, Bret Binder, Paul McInnis, Rico Lucero, Aaron Meredith, James Giglio, John Higgins, Miles Magbie, Michael Goldman, Bryan Bezdikian#, Antonio Aspite, Brian Sharma#, Jason Hale, Nick Madden, Shawn Barnes*, Rich Callahan, John D'Alessandro, Joe Collins

Colt .45s/Eagles/Blue Rocks Stars
(Chris Joswick - Manager)

Chris Joswick, Mike Sippel, Chris Joswick, Bryan McKernan Anthony Bueti*, Kevin Snow, Ken Racowski, Jason McDonald, Tom Haberbusch, Ian Downes, Mike Sabol, David Schmidt, Mark Joswick, Dan McMaster, Buddy Nix, Keith Gorman*, Jeff Farrell, Sam Miller, John Lee, Fran Flanagan,  Dave Polgar#

*All-Star Selection, but unable to attend
#Playing in place of absent player


2004 — Another great year of GPMABL baseball came and went with close games and quality play.  The league played games at Girard College, Deptford High School, Saint John Neumann High School, and Richie Ashburn Field.  Highlights included Miss Philadelphia throwing out the first pitch of the season, a GPMABL player moving from our games to an independent professional baseball league, a league title for the Blue Rocks after two previous unrewarded trips to the finals, and an All-Star Game at Wilmington Blue Rocks Stadium that ended the year with a fun evening on the diamond...and then off the field toasting the season that was.

2004 GPMABL

SEASON REVIEW

GPMABL CHAMPIONS

Delco Blue Rocks
Mike O'Meara (Manager), John Barbagallo, Brian Fisher, Tom Haberbusch, Christopher Joswick, Mark Joswick, Kenneth Lawyer, Jason Leet, Michael Maley, Christopher Mirzai, Mike Sabol, David Schmidt, Kevin Scott, Kevin Snow, John Springart, Thomas Vito

GPMABL PENNANT WINNERS

Delco Blue Rocks
Mike O'Meara (Manager), John Barbagallo, Brian Fisher, Tom Haberbusch, Christopher Joswick, Mark Joswick, Kenneth Lawyer, Jason Leet, Michael Maley, Christopher Mirzai, Mike Sabol, David Schmidt, Kevin Scott, Kevin Snow, John Springart, Thomas Vito

GPMABL STANDOUTS

 
GPMABL MVP
Brian Kozlowski (OF)

(Eagles)
.452 AVG
.887 SLG
28 Hits
6 Home Runs

GPMABL CY YOUNG
Ian Downes
(Colt .45s)
1.91 ERA
5 Wins

60 Strike Outs

GPMABL SEASON IN REVIEW

2004 League Leaders
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2004 Results/Standings
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2004 Rosters

2004 All-Star Teams

Comets/Red Sox/Phillies Stars
(Anthony Bologna - Manager)
Billy Aicroth,  Shawn Barnes,  Matt Clark,  Joe Collins,  Brandon Cuff, John D'Alessandro,  Bobby Davis,  Steve Ehrlich, Mark Gaglione James Giglio,  Jason Hale,  Brett Heitt, John Higgins,  Tommy Jackson,  Jimmy Jackson,  Mike Kamrad Rico Lucero,  Brett Mandel,  Sean Morris, Mike Newman,  Hector Santiago,  Greg Thompson

Colt .45s/Eagles/Blue Rocks Stars (Anthony Bueti - Manager)
Anthony Bueti, Mike Carfagno, Mitch Colletto, Ian Downes,  Kevin Downes, Jeff Ferrell,  Tom Haberbusch, Chris Joswick,  Mark Joswick,  Brian Kozlowski,  Jason Leet,  Mike Malley,  Jason McDonald, Bryan McKernan, Buddy Nix, Dave Polgar, Brian Poniatowski, David Schmidt,  Kevin Scott, Kris Sharp, Kevin Snow, Chris Vescey

*All-Star Selection, but unable to attend
#Playing in place of absent player



2003 — This was another great year of GPMABL baseball.  More players than ever were on league rosters and the competition was fierce.  The league played games at Girard College, Delaware County Community College, Deptford High School, Saint John Neumann High School, and Richie Ashburn Field.  Highlights included WIP radio personality Angelo Cataldi throwing out the first pitch of the season, many dramatic extra-inning games, an upset-filled playoff round that led to a hard-fought championship victory, a major article and photo essay in the Philadelphia Inquirer, and an All-Star Game at Veterans Stadium that allowed the GPMABL stars to live out their childhood dreams of playing at the home of the Phillies. 

2003 GPMABL

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GPMABL CHAMPIONS

Philadelphia Comets
Anthony Bologna (Manager), Antonio Aspite, Bill Aichroth, Greg Bashaw, Bryan Bezdikian, Liam Braber, Fran Ciociola, Joe Collins, Dave DeRuchie, John Dilliplane, Mike Dilliplane, James Jackson, Thomas Jackson, Gregg Jewett, Bob Koenig, Nick Madden, Brett Mandel, Rob Mission, Hector Santiago, Dwight Steward, Rafi Wilson

GPMABL PENNANT WINNERS

Colt .45s
Anthony Bueti (Manager), Michael Carfagno, Ian Downes, Kevin Downes, Matthew Hall, Mark Hutchinson, Michael Johnston, Brad Mowbray, Jason McDonald, James Nix, Brian Poniatowski, Ken Racowski, Kevin Rowe, Kris Sharp, Lee Weinstein, Mark Wittman, Bob Zackrewski

GPMABL STANDOUTS


GPMABL MVP
Matt Curry SS/2B
(Fishtown Phillies)
.517 AVG
.862 SLG
30 Hits


GPMABL CY YOUNG
Ian Downes
(Colt .45s)
1.08 ERA
70 Strike Outs

GPMABL SEASON IN REVIEW

2003 League Leaders
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2003 Results/Standings
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2003 Rosters

2003 All-Star Teams

Comets/Red Sox/Phillies Stars
(Dave Steel -- Manager) 
Antonio Aspite, Shawn Barnes, Anthony Bologna, Rich Callahan, Matt Curry, Fran Ciociola,  Joe Collins, John D'Alessandro, Stephen Ehrlich, James Jackson, Thomas Jackson, Rico Lucero, Gregory Mallo, Brett Mandel, Rene Marrero, Sean Morris, Jason Muchler, Fred Schaefer, Dwight Steward, Martin Walsh

Colt .45s/Indians/Blue Rocks Stars
(Mike O'Meara -- Manager) 
Anthony Bueti, Ian Downes, Kevin Downes, Jeff Farrell, Tom Haberbusch, Mark Hutchinson, Joseph Hoffacker, Christopher Joswick, Jason Leet, Dan McMaster, Jason McDonald, Brad Mowbray, C.J. Rivera, Kevin Snow, Jim Ward, Mark Werner, Mike Yeager

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2002 — Building on the success of its inaugural season, the GPMABL expanded to become a six-team league and embarked on its sophmore season. The league played games at Girard College, Delaware County Community College, Chichester High School, Deptford High School, and Richie Ashburn Field.  Highlights included Fire Commissioner Harold Hairston throwing out the first pitch of the season, GPMABLers on the cover of Hardball Magazine, a rain-shortened All-Star game at the Wilmington Blue Rocks' Frawley Stadium, a pair of no-hitters, and a three-game series that went the distance to determine the league champions. 

2002 GPMABL

SEASON REVIEW

GPMABL CHAMPIONS

Charlie's Bar
Dave Steel (Manager), Bryan Bechtel, Joe Beyer, John Capuzzi, Matthew Clark, Michael Ganley, Jason Hale, Gary Holland, Jr., Paul Johansen, Michael Littman, Daniel McGovern, Jason Muchler, John O'Donohue, Matt Reimert, Fred Schaefer, John Schilling, Greg Thompson 

GPMABL PENNANT WINNERS

Charlie's Bar
Dave Steel (Manager), Bryan Bechtel, Joe Beyer, John Capuzzi, Matthew Clark, Michael Ganley, Jason Hale, Gary Holland, Jr., Paul Johansen, Michael Littman, Daniel McGovern, Jason Muchler, John O'Donohue, Matt Reimert, Fred Schaefer, John Schilling, Greg Thompson 

GPMABL STANDOUTS


GPMABL MVP
Joe Beyer  P/2B
(Charlie's Bar)
.600 AVG
1.58 ERA
8 Wins
1 No-Hitter

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GPMABL CY YOUNG

Kevin Scott
(Blue Rocks)
1.02 ERA
6 Wins
2 Saves

GPMABL SEASON IN REVIEW

2002 League Leaders
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2002 Results/Standings
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2002 Rosters

2002 All-Star Teams

Comets/Phillies/Charlie's Bar

Greg Bashaw, Joe Beyer, Ed Bobb, Rich Callahan, Matt Curry, Mike Ganley, Tommy Jackson, Tom King, Mike Littman, Ben Ludwig, Brett Mandel, Jason Muchler, Mike Plank, Fred Schaefer, Dave Steel, Dwight Steward, Greg Thompson


Blue Rocks/Indians/Colt .45s

Anthony Bueti, Bob Bullen, Pete Cooper, Joe D'Alessandro, Mike Hall, Mike O'Meara, James Nix, Brian Poniatowski, Bob Quercetti, CJ Rivera, Kevin Scott, Ryan Spang, Marcus Spero, Jeff Thurston, Jim Ward, Mike Yeager


2001 — Frustrated with their baseball options, the teams of the Greater Philadelphia Men's Adult Baseball League banded together to form the Philadelphia region's premier adult baseball organization. The teams of the GPMABL committed to providing the adult player the opportunity to play real baseball at a competitive level on a regular basis in a professionally-run environment. The league's inaugural season was a tremendous success with games played at Delaware County Community College, Chichester High School, Deptford High School, and Richie Ashburn Field.  Highlights included Finley -- the Camden Riversharks mascot -- throwing out the inaugural first pitch, the GPMABL All-Star game at the Wilmington Blue Rocks' Frawley Stadium, and a three-game series that went the distance to determine the league's first champions.  Click here for a video of the historic first pitch.

2001 GPMABL

SEASON REVIEW

GPMABL CHAMPIONS

Philadelphia Comets
Mike Plank (Manager), Zaid Alnoah, Antonio Aspite, Andrew Batavick, Robert Bricker, Gary Bulicki, Fran Ciociola, Joe Collins, Chris Crescenzo, Dominick DiLello, Colin Fein, Thomas Jackson, Gregg Jewett, Ian Jorgensen, Brett Mandel, Angel Martinez, Greg Reilley, Brian Roller, Vincent Spagna, Dwight Steward, Todd Wass

GPMABL PENNANT WINNERS

Philadelphia Comets
Mike Plank (Manager), Zaid Alnoah, Antonio Aspite, Andrew Batavick, Robert Bricker, Gary Bulicki, Fran Ciociola, Joe Collins, Chris Crescenzo, Dominick DiLello, Colin Fein, Thomas Jackson, Gregg Jewett, Ian Jorgensen, Brett Mandel, Angel Martinez, Greg Reilley, Brian Roller, Vincent Spagna, Dwight Steward, Todd Wass

GPMABL LEAGUE MVP

Fran Ciociola P/SS
(Philadelphia Comets)
.575 AVG
3.42 ERA
8 Wins
1 Shutout (nine innings)

GPMABL SEASON IN REVIEW

2001 League Leaders
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2001 Results/Standings
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2001 Rosters

2001 All-Star Teams
Antonio Aspite, Andy Batavick, Fran Ciociola, Joe Collins, Tommy Jackson, Brett Mandel, Mike Plank, Dwight Steward, Bob Bullen, Frank Buonocore, Jeff Farrell, Joe Hoffacker, Chris Kantner, Mark Werner, Mike Yeager, Greg Baron, Joe D'Alessandro, Frank Kunze, Ryan News, Mike O'Meara, Kevin Scott, Ryan Spang, Bryan Bechtal, Phil Goodhead, Dave Harkness, Danny McGovern, John Schilling, Dave Steel, Greg Thompson, Jim Ward, Hector Santiago

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