Metro Division

Teams and Managers/Assistant Managers

Condors - Mike Niles/Alan Joseph
Cougars - Gary Buxton/Les Machkowsky
Eagles - John Boudreau/Ed Needell
Hawks - John Stewart/Ray Noveck
Lions - Jack Fisher/Gene McCarthy
Panthers - Dennis Piantigini/Dave Hornfischer
Metro Division News

The Condors are the 2017 Metro Division second half and overall Season's Champs.

The Condors on Friday, September 1 clinched the second half of the season's championship and the overall season's first place. It was a close race between the Condors and the Lions for first place going into today's games. The Condors won both of their games today. The Lions lost both of their games. Today's games made it mathematically impossible for any other team but, the Condors to win first place. The Condors led the whole second half of the season. They played smart and managed well. Congratulations to the Condors for a great season. The Condors will be the 1st Seed in the playoffs. The Lions will be the 2nd Seed in the playoffs. All of the remaining teams have a great chance to win second place.

Posted: September 1, 2017


All games will start at 9:30 AM. Batting Practice starts at 9 AM
Wayland Corner Field (WCF): Hawks v Cougars
Wayland BB Court (WBB): Eagles v Panthers

WCF: Condors v Lowest Seed Remaining
WBB: Lions v Highest Seed Remaining

WCF: Winners of Semi-Final Games Play For Metro Division Playoff Championship

Seed #1: The Lions (as the first half winners) OR the Second Half Winners (TBD), based on overall season record (percentage wise).
Seed #2: The Lions (as first half winners) OR the Second Half Winners (TBD), based on overall season record (percentage wise). [If the Lions are also the Second Half Winners, the Team with the next best overall season record (percentage wise) will become Seed #2.]
Seeds 3-6 will be determined by overall season record (percentage wise).
Tie Breakers:
1. Head to head record.
2. Head to head run differential.
3. Coin Flip


All Playoff Series are best of 3 format.
The Highest Seed in any series is the HOME TEAM in Games 1 and 3 (if needed)
All Playoff Games (except Game 3 in the Finals if necessary) are time limited as follows:
After 50 minutes of play from the 1st pitch of the game, the Umpire will announce that the next inning will be the last inning (open).
An inning is deemed to begin immediately following the 3rd out of the preceding inning. For example, if the 5th inning ends BEFORE the 50-minute mark, the 6th inning has been deemed to have commenced and therefore the teams will play the 6th inning and the 7th inning.
There will be ONLY a 10-minute break between games.
Teams may play with 9 or more regular roster players. Teams with less than 9 regular roster players available to play shall forfeit the game. If the first game of a series is forfeited there will be a 10 minute grace period before the 2nd game is also declared a forfeit.
There is to be no providing of a "catcher" under any circumstances if a team is shorthanded.
There will be NO POOL PLAYERS available in the playoffs with the exception that if a team does not have a player who has served as a Pitcher during the season and that such absence has been announced to the Division Coordinator before the end of the regular season, the Metro Division Coordinator will attempt to assign an appropriate pitcher, if available.

Posted: August 27, 2017

The Lions are the 2017 Metro DIVISION First HALF SEASON CHAMPIONS

As we were going into the last week of the first half of the season just about any team could win. All the teams very close in the standings. Who was available to play for your team this last week did matter. Whichever team makes the fewer errors in the games will win the first half of the season.
On Wednesday June 28 the Lions swept the two games against the Condors. The first game was very close with the Lions winning it 7 to 6 in a low scoring exciting game to watch. Now the Lions had to wait until Friday for the outcome of the games between the Hawks and the Cougars. The Hawks were the favorite to win the games between the two teams. The Cougars bats were on fire. The Cougars swept the Hawks for one of the biggest upsets of the season dropping the Hawks into third place.
Way to go Lions and congratulations on a great 1st Half Season! They will be either the 1st or 2nd seed for the playoffs.

Team Wins Losses Percent
Lions 8 5 0.615
Condors 8 6 0.571
Hawks 7 6 0.538
Eagles 8 8 0.500
Cougars 6 8 0.429
Panthers 6 10 0.375

Posted: July 1, 2017





Posted: April 8, 2017

Team Rosters

Below are each of the teams in the division. To view the roster for any team, either click on the "+" or the team name. To hide the roster, click on the "-".

Herbert Cohen, Boston
Joe Defelice, Canton
Cabot Devoll, Canton
Louise Felton, Newton
Stephen Goldstein, Holliston
Alan Joseph, Newton Center
Dana Macnamee, Medford
Mike Niles, Norwood
Paul Starek, Hollistom
David Szurley, Townsend
Joanne Thomas, Assonet
Larry Todd, Framingham
Richard Uber, Marlborough
Ed Wiberg, Medfield
Peter Workum, Cambridge
Gary Buxton, Holliston
Paul Cote, Marlborough
Fred Fabricant, Newton
John Federici, Lexington
Neil Feinberg, Lincoln
John Friedman, Framingham
Joe Greeley, Boston
Michael Hatfield, Watertown
Connie Horton, W. Roxbury
Walter Levy, Framingham
Les Machkowsky, Framingham
Mike Malonson, Windham
Larry Mcneill, Woburn
Sean J. Murphy, Framingham
Gerry Yaffe, Framingham
Calvin Bastian, Roslindale
John Boudreau, Bridgewater
Tom Comparato, Andover
Sheldon Ganz, Framingham
John Kealty, Framingham
Rich Kealty, Boxboro
Stephen Landry, Auburn
Norm Langlois, Topsfield
Bert Levine, Wayland
Howard Levy, Boston
Rob Mitchell, Concord
Ed Needell, Brookline
Gene Oreszak, Framingham
Bruce Porter, Sudbury
Donald Sackman, Sudbury
Fred Scerra Jr, Marlboro
Robert Billage, Newton
Joseph Bimonte, Derry
Joe Chafets, Newton
Marty Glickman, Natick
Les Gore, Newton
Duncan Grant, Carlisle
Robert Henry, Leominster
Andrew Leskanic, Natick
Jesse Lipcon, Wayland
Stewart Maws, Framingham
Ray Noveck, Waban
Stanley Paine, Newton
Arthur Priver, Wellesley
John Stewart, Newton
David Swanson, Saugus
John Carberry, Needham
Jack Fisher, Lexington
Peter Haggerty, Newtonville
Marshall Krasnow, Newton
Gene Mccarthy, Arlington
Peter Mirabella, Leominster
Gerald Moore, Hollis
Dick Pettengill, Jamaica Plain
Don Reagan, Chestnut Hill
Regis Roderick, Bedford
Chico Rosado, Ashland
Joseph Salzano, Ashland
Mark Waldron, Maynard
Robert Wittman, Concord
John Yalenezian, Marlborough
Bill Bray, Lexington
James Doolittle, Millbury
Joe Fontes, Norfolk
Ernie Henley, Wayland
Dave Hornfischer, Framingham
Gerald Kupperschmidt, Natick
Bob Lichtenstein, West Roxbury
Gene Malkin, Stoughton
Emory Payne, Holliston
Dennis Piantigini, Framingham
Robert Risman, Medford
Peter Stoner, Wellesley
David Stuart, Auburndale
Team Wins Losses Percent
Condors 15 1 0.938
Lions 10 7 0.588
Hawks 10 10 0.500
Panthers 8 12 0.400
Eagles 6 12 0.333
Cougars 6 13 0.316
Recent Results
Sep 15 Lions 18 Cougars 10
Sep 15 Lions 18 Cougars 5
Sep 15 Hawks 10 Panthers 2
Sep 15 Hawks 15 Panthers 7
Sep 8 Hawks 15 Cougars 9
Sep 8 Hawks 15 Cougars 5
Sep 8 Panthers 25 Eagles 9
Sep 8 Panthers 15 Eagles 14

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