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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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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Brantford Red Sox: Home-and-home, where home is not so sweet By Jesse Ferguson, 4BRANT Brantford faced Kitchener in the home set of a home-and-home back-to-back at Arnold Anderson Stadium in Cockshutt Park on Friday, June 29th. Brantford hosted a game on a day without rain so the game went off without a hitch. On the
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Brantford Red Sox: June 15, game two of two By Jesse Ferguson, 4BRANT The sun was fully set and a crescent moon revealed itself for the scheduled game of the night. Brantford hoped to get over the first disappointing game and win the second, which would be their fourth scheduled win in a row according
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Brantford Red Sox: Two games, one night By Jesse Ferguson, 4BRANT On a beautiful Friday night, cars packed the lot at Arnold Anderson Stadium– parked legally and otherwise– to catch two games for the Brantford Red Sox for the price of one. Allow me to explain: Last time the Barrie Baycats were in town on
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At home, the Red Sox strike a Major upset By Jesse Ferguson, 4BRANT   Okay so it may not have been that major, but work with me on a little word play. In the Intercounty Baseball League, it was the 8-4 London Majors visiting the 1-6 Brantford Red Sox on Sunday, June 12th. Brantford hosted
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Brantford Red Sox aim for their first home victory By Jesse Ferguson, 4BRANT On Sunday June 3rd, a busy day of baseball filled Cockshutt Park. For ascending ballplayers, there was a hardball tournament going on all three of the smaller diamonds. Also, the Brantford Red Sox were playing a game at the bigger Arnold Anderson
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Red Sox look to the winless Royals for a W of their own By Jesse Ferguson On the day of May 27th, the sun shined bright. The day again just felt like baseball– and there was no rumour of rain the previous night or holiday weekend that could possibly derail the summertime specialty of baseball
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Arnold Anderson field can’t take the rain as game is postponed By Jesse Ferguson The Brantford Red Sox were looking to win their first game of the season Sunday when they were matched up against the Barrie Baycats. Granted, they’ve only played one game, but every team wants to get on the board with a
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