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Player of the Week

Week 1

Congratulations to Simon Klink of St. Mary's. Simon went 4 for 5 with a 2B, 2-HR, 4 runs scored and 8 RBI.

Week 2

Congratulations to Carlos Cruz of the Bayhawks. Carlos earned the win pitching a 9-inning complete game, walking none, allowing only three hits and striking out 16.

2015 Season Preview

(Home Field: Great Mills High School)

A team that showed great improvement last season will look to build on its first playoff appearance in 2014. A highly organized squad under second year manager Thad Hand, the Bayhawks will make their home at Great Mills High School this year establishing themselves as the league's second Southern St. Mary's county based team.

Black Sox
(Home Field: Rainbow Construction Field)

After several recent years of highly competitive play, the Black Sox will look to have a breakout season. The talent potential this group measures up with any team. Under the leadership of long time league veteran Garnell Young, consistency in finishing off games and doing damage in the playoffs will be this team's main objectives.

Bumpy Oak
(Home Field: Rainbow Construction Field)

As a mainstay at or near the top of league standings year after year, the Bombers have earned more league championships in the last 15 years than all other current teams combined. The team uses that established standard as it strives to compete at a championship level once again. Under established leader Ray Michael, Bumpy Oak remains as resilient a squad as they come and should be expected to compete at the highest level once again.

(Home Field: Lackey High School)
A new team for the 2015 season that is expected to have several familiar faces. In which should be a good mix of established veteran and up-and-coming young talent, the Cubs will look to be competitive immediately. Under the direction of league veteran Tony Sweeney, he has proven the ability to assemble championship teams in the past that compete at the highest levels.

St. Mary's
(Home Field: St. Mary's College)

As the longest tenured team in the league, the Door has been built on excellent pitching and defense in the past. Now the squad is developing some good young bats to go with it and so will expect to compete with high potential again this year. Returning manager Drew Willard has established consistency and will look to get this team over the hump as they strive to put all the pieces together and compete for another league championship.

(Home Field: Gwynn Park High School)

Another team that showed rapid improvement last season, the Storm is constantly striving to improve upon its good core of players. As the team further establishes itself within the league, returning manager Larry McCall looks to further build the experience of some talented young players and compete at a higher level. The Storm will make their home at Gwynn Park High School this season establishing a Northern Charles County / Southern Prince George's county presence. 

Western Charles
(Home Field: Rainbow Construction Field)

After a championship 2014 season, the Natty Bohs will strive to defend that championship as its primary goal. While remaining very competitive in recent years, the team has established itself as an experienced squad able to overcome adversity. With returning Manager Tony Stefko, they will again strive for consistency competing at the highest level game after game this season.

Opening Day is Sunday, April 26th

All Games at Rainbow Construction Field

 10:00 AM - Bumpy Oak vs. Bayhawks
 1:00 PM - Storm vs. St. Mary's
 4:00 PM - Black Sox vs. Cubs