Brantford Red Sox: ‘Playoffs!?’

  The Brantford Red Sox kicked off their playoff matchup Thursday, August 9th at home against Kitchener. Brantford faced them in what was the de facto game one because the previous night’s game one in Kitchener was cancelled due to rain. If you thought that Brantford may have lucked their way into home-field advantage, and
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Although attendance at Tuesday’s Bike Night In Paris (BNIP) was lower than expected due to weather, approximately 700 people and 400 motorcycles came in support of Big Brothers and Sisters of Grand Erie (BBSGE). The first to arrive were friends Dale, and Darcy from Kitchener at 4:30 p.m. I asked random people where they came
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Burford Slo-Pitch: Trigger pulled too early By Jesse Ferguson, 4BRANT The Brantford Red Sox finished their season in the bottom half of the league, meaning as playoffs started, they would not appear at home on their usual Wednesday night. That meant I could checkout the Burford Men’s Slo-Pitch league without conflict, so all was well!
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Brantford Red Sox: Home woes ended? It was Strickland’s Night at Arnold Anderson Stadium on Friday August 3rd as the Brantford Red Sox battled London trying to double-down on their win Wednesday. The team beat Hamilton for a rare home win that night (below). Their home record is something Brantford needs to clean up before
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  It was Brant Taxi night at Arnold Anderson Stadium on Friday July 27th as the Brantford Red Sox hosted Toronto on a beautiful night for baseball (images courtesy of Crystal Young Photography). Called to the mound for Brantford was obviously Euclides Leyer who seemingly starts every home game. Was this game different from the
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For previous Recipes from Spicy Jan’s Kitchen, click here. Curious food questions?  Click here to see what YOU are asking. Curious food question?  Email ohsogourmet@gmail.com. Learn about Table for Two, dining out on a budget in Brant. Oh, the aroma of fresh picked tomatoes that brims with the smell of mid summer gardening, and the
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The juried show happens once every two years at Glenhyrst and this year saw 360 entries from 135 artists. Acceptance was narrowed down to 59 individual works that the jurors felt best embodied the spirit of the exhibition they envisioned.  It opened on July 28 and runs until September 23. “For me, the most exciting
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There’s something very special happening in Canada’s prettiest little town. Friendly, supportive, and charitable groups of motorcycle enthusiasts (aka bikers), gather to show off their rides while supporting Big Brothers and Sisters of Grand Erie (BBSGE). Myles Rusak, C.E.O. of Big Brother and Sisters of Grand Erie, began Bike Night In Paris (B.N.I.P.) in April
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Teams fight inconsistency in Men’s Slo-Pitch League By Jesse Ferguson, 4BRANT On the night of July 25, the Burford Men’s Slo-Pitch League was taking full advantage of the calm, but still warm night. Last week’s article anointed the game of the week for this week to the team newly exeunt from first-place, the Bon Lane
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  July 26, 2018   Brantford Police are investigating after a pedestrian was struck by a train in the area of Clarence Street and Colborne Street on the afternoon of Thursday, July 26, 2018. The pedestrian was hit just east of Clarence Street by a cargo train which was reversing towards Colborne Street.  The pedestrian
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