Erindale Little League

The First Organized Minor Baseball League in Erindale

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Our Little League programs include T-ball, Rookie Ball, Minor Baseball, and Major Baseball training for players ages 4 to 12.

Erindale Little League History

When Erindale’s first organized minor baseball system was formed in 1960, there was no fanfare. No captivating picture layouts graced the pages of the local community newspapers to announce the event. It was mumbled over area radio outlets, and certainly, no television stations rushed to the sand lots to film the opening toss.

But that was over 63 years ago. The small dream of a few enthusiastic parents has since grown into an enviable success, culminating in the hosting of the 1974 Canadian Little League Championships.

Team members with trophy

Although historical accounts of the Erindale Little League’s founding are a little hazy. The Premier League veterans have produced a hazy outline after recently putting their minds to the test. In fact, it wasn’t until the presentation to Little League superiors to secure the Canadian Championships that Erindale residents truly reflected and realized their incredible accomplishments for the first time. John McColl and Hyl Chappell are two gentlemen best remembered for their early efforts to nurture a baseball organization from its inception. Under their supervision, registrations were held for neighbourhood kids who wanted to pick up a bat and ball and be graded for their abilities under the watchful eyes of umpires and coaches.

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By 1963, the fledgling organization had grown in terms of teams, players, diamonds, and, most importantly, dedicated volunteers. Recognizing the advantages of such an organization, the local Lions chapter encouraged total community involvement by offering a variety of team sponsorships. The Lions, led by active members Ed Frawley, John Bower, Ron Sprang, and Arch Brodie, became almost obsessed with the idea of giving young people a chance to play baseball. It didn’t take long for Lions club members to find themselves in unfamiliar roles such as coaches, managers, league officials, and even umpires!

Formal documentation was implemented on June 30th, 1965, and Jack Gorill was elected the first president of the Erindale Lions Little League Baseball Association. However, it took two years for the league to receive official word from Williamsport, Pennsylvania, that it had been accepted as a chartered member of the Little League Association. That was the added incentive Erindale residents patiently sought during their brief seven-year tenure. Now, proudly flying the Erindale Lions Little League Baseball Association banner, there is an even greater buzz about building the best facilities for their boys.

In his final act as president, Jack Gorill, along with Crawford Wells, and Ken Evans, verbally laid out plans for yet another dream – a major little league stadium! Despite the lack of financial direction from the town council, league officials pursued the harsh realities of funding such a large project. The newly elected executive introduced hockey pools and self-help programs to raise the necessary funds. Don Blair took over as president the following year, and an effort was made to continue the fund-raising trend established by the previous executives.

The start of a new decade coincided with several additions that indicated a positive image boost for not only the Erindale Association but also the entire Little League baseball program across the country. Reveries became a reality with the official opening of the $40,000 stadium project on June 18th, 1971, along with Chuck Brown’s introduction of T-Ball, which resulted in a significant expansion of Erindale’s already extensive baseball agenda. This time, the media was attracted in by the fanfare and celebration. Even after many years, the bubbling pride displayed by the dedicated workers responsible for realizing the dream has not faded. And rightly so, given the manner in which the project was completed.

To finish the complex, players, coaches, managers, and parents worked in shifts alongside construction workers. In addition to the $17,000 raised by the Erindale Lions Little League, local businesses and individuals generously contributed cash and materials. Jack Garbig, was formerly the league’s secretary, treasurer, head umpire, publicity director, and co-chairman of the stadium building committee along with Ken Evans. According to Jack, there is a secret formula to building a major little league stadium, “It’s a matter of finding the suitable site considering the aesthetic value and then finding people willing to devote about ten hours per day, seven days per week!” Jack Garbig’s quote delves into the Little League baseball philosophy that the Erindale community has cultivated since casually discussing the possibility of forming a minor league.

Little League baseball has certainly meant more than just a night at the ballpark in Erindale. The athletic and characteristic development of young people has brought together 650 boys and girls, countless parents, tireless officials, and conscientious executive members.The Erindale Lions Little League Baseball family has grown stronger with each passing year.

With Chuck Brown at the helm in 1972 and 1973, the foundation was laid for the culmination of all sacrifices and long hours of work – hosting the Canadian championships. Earl Foster, Erindale’s 1974 president, provided capable leadership in meeting all obligations and ramping up the working forces for the August tournament. In 1974, the city of Mississauga recognized Erindale for hosting the most outstanding sporting event.

Erindale realized in 1977 that as the community grew, they needed to reduce their boundaries to meet population requirements under the Little League charter rules. The executive, under the direction of District Administrator Jack Gorrill, reduced the boundaries to exclude the rapidly growing Erin Mills area. Erindale assisted the new area in obtaining a Little League charter and forming a league so that the children of Erin Mills could continue to enjoy baseball. In 1978, this league was renamed Erin Mills Little League Baseball Association.

A fire destroyed the stadium clubhouse, which housed the press box, equipment room, and concession stand, in the summer of 1977. The community came together once more, and by 1978, a new building was ready for use. By 1982, a large number of children had graduated from the Little League and Senior League programs, as well as the Mississauga League’s midget team, and wished to continue playing baseball. The Toronto Blue Jays’ popularity also contributed significantly to the game’s popularity. The Erindale Association recognized the importance of providing a program for boys over the age of 15. Another midget team was formed in 1982 and competed in the Ontario Baseball Association (OBA) league.

By 1986, juvenile, junior, and senior teams had evolved, necessitating the construction of a new full-sized facility to accommodate the increased number of teams. After numerous meetings and negotiations with the city of Mississauga, a new facility on the Ninth Line was built with the understanding that the Erindale Association would be responsible for its upkeep and maintenance. This was accomplished with the assistance of boys who came up through the little league system and now coach, organize, and run the program. This facility is regarded as the premier diamond for amateur baseball in the Golden Horseshoe, thanks in part to volunteer maintenance.

Erindale has always had a softball program for girls, primarily through house league play, and has had some very successful bantam and midget teams. Little League’s success was obvious, so it was decided to start a girls’ Little League softball program. Erindale hosted the Eastern Canadian Girls Major Softball Championships in 1995. The Erindale Association had seen the rise of Challenger baseball in the United States and Canada. Little League headquarters created the Challenger division to allow physically challenged children to participate in the sport. Erindale assisted in the formation of a Challenger division with the Erinoak Treatment Centre for the Physically Disabled, providing handicapped children with many hours of fun and self-esteem. This is a very satisfying and important accomplishment.

Administrating and maintaining the facilities is a new job that is done by many dedicated volunteers on a year-round basis. It is critical that young people who complete the programs are encouraged to stay involved. After more than 63 years of baseball in Erindale, Little League remains an important part of the community’s social fabric. The Lions Club remains a major supporter.

Wall of Fame

BUILDERS CATEGORY
  • Don Blair
  • Chuck Brown
  • Ken Evans
  • Earl Foster
  • Jack Garbig
  • Jack Gorill
  • John Mackay
  • Des McAllindon
  • Crawford Wells
2015 INDUCTEES:
1974 CANADIAN TEAM
RUI ANDRADE
BRIAN BAKER
NORM BRADFORD
MICHELLE BRIER
DOUG BROWN
RICK CALICH
SAM CANNATARO
PAUL CARRIERE
TOM CHRISTIE
MARYLYN COONEY
JAMES CROWE
ANGELO DEFRANCESCO
KEVIN DUGGAN
LEN ELIAS SR
AL FERON
ALAN FRIEDLANDER
DAVE GORDON
JEANETTE GRAHAM
JOHN GULBINSKI
STEVE HARTERY
CASEY HOMICK
PETER HOSSACK JR

DAVID KERR
CHRIS LAMOUREUX
ANDY LAWRENCE
DAVID MAILLOUX
GORD MCDONALD
ROSS MILES
GORD MORTON
DEV MUNDI
AKI ODAMORA
JOE PASSLEY
JOHN PIROMALLI
NEZAM RAMPERSAD
DAISY ROGERSON
RICK SAWICKI
TOM SHIELDS
DAN THOMPSON
ROB TRUMBLE
HARRY WARD
KEN WICKELL
LIONEL WOODBRIDGE
JACK YULL
BRYAN ADAMS
JOE ARRUDA
MARK BAXTER
JOHN BREWER
ARCHIE BRODIE
BERT BUDERICK
ALAN CAMERON
DAVID CAREY
JOHN CHAVES
KATHRYN CLANCY
GREG CRANKER
DAVID CULHAM
DAN DELMASTRO
ANNE DUNDON
DAVE EVANS
JEANETTE FEARON
PAT GARDINER
DAVID GRIER
RON GRAHAM
IVAN HAFFENDEN
JOHN HECH & SONS
DIANE HOMICK
PETER HOSSACK SR
GRAHAM TAPLIN
KEN LAI
HELENE LAURO
SAV MACHIONE
CRAIG MCCANN
PAULETTE MCKENNA
KATHLEEN MORIN
CHRIS MOFFATT
KEN MUNN
MIKE ONEIL
KIM PECK
DON PRATT
JOHN RENNIE
TOMMY ROGERSON
JERRY SAYEWICH
JOHN SILVA
BILL TOUGH
BRUNO VORANO
ROBERT WHITELY
OSCAR WIDE
DOUG YACK
JOE ALCARAZ
TERRY BAGNATO
MICKEY BLAIR
LISA BRIER
BILL BROOKS
SHAUNA BUTCHEREIT
DON CAMPBELL
ASHLEY CARRIERE
NICK CHRISTIAN
BOB CLUTTON
SHANE CRONIN
JENNY CULLEY
LAWRENCE DUBUC
DAVID DUNDON
MARK FEELEY
BRAD FOSTER
JACK GIFFORD
DAVID GRAHAM
ANNA GULBINSKI
PAT HARTERY
DENNIS HILL
ROB HORLER
RALPH HYATT
LEN JEFFRIES
LOU LAMANNA
RICHARD LAURO
DON MAVEAL
CLAUDETTE MCDONALD
ARMANDO MEDERIOS
DINO MORSON
PETER MORONEY
RON NOLAN
MAURO PALOMBA
JERRY PIMENTEL
ROSS PUGLISI
TINA RIZZUTO WHILLAN
JOE RUSAK
DOMENIC SCALIA
MAUREEN SWEETiN
MIKE TOUGH
WAYNE VORANO
DEREK WHYTE
GORD WILLIAMS
BILL YOUNG

2016 INDUCTEES:
WAYNE BASWICK
GORD GARDINER
FRED KOTANI
PEDRO VICENTE
YVONNE BISELL
LYN HOFINGER
DAVE LINCOLN
HAROLD CUFFY
PETER HOFINGER
SIL STEFAN
2019 INDUCTEES
JOHN CHAVES
OLIVER GAYAGOY
ROB SCICLUNA
JERRY GASPARATTO
TRACEY GUSHUE
TIM GASPARATTO
TIM MACLEAN

Past Champions

Erindale Little League past Champions

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2021 SHORT SEASON-COVID

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2020 NO SEASON (COVID 19)

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2018 SEASON

Senior T-Ball:
Pennant Winners: Rockies

Playoff Champions: Rockies

Playoff Finalists: Yankees

Rookie Ball:

Pennant Winners: Reds

Playoff Champions: Reds

Playoff Finalists: Yankees

Minor:

Pennant Winners: Reds

Playoff Champions: Reds

Playoff Finalists: Astros

Major:

Pennant Winners: Pirates

Playoff Champions: Rockies

Playoff Finalists: Pirates

2017 SEASON

Senior T-Ball:

Pennant Winners: Royals

Playoff Champions: Blue Jays

Playoff Finalists: Tiger

Rookie Ball:

Pennant Winners: Pirates

Playoff Champions: Pirates

Playoff Finalists: Tigers

Minor:

Pennant Winners: Tigers

Playoff Champions: Tigers

Playoff Finalists: Yankees

Major:

Pennant Winners: Pirates

Playoff Champions: Yankees

Playoff Finalists: Tigers

2016 SEASON

Senior T-Ball:

Pennant Winners: Tigers

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Rookie Ball:

Pennant Winners: Rockies

Playoff Champions: Rockies

Playoff Finalists: Cardinals

Minor:

Pennant Winners: Pirates

Playoff Champions: Pirates

Playoff Finalists: Blue Jays

Major:

Pennant Winners: Tigers

Playoff Champions: Cardinals

Playoff Finalists: Tigers

2015 SEASON

Senior T-Ball:

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Rookie Ball:

Pennant Winners: Pirates

Playoff Champions: Pirates

Playoff Finalists: Yankees

Minor:

Pennant Winners: Yankees

Playoff Champions: Dodgers

Playoff Finalists: Yankees

Major:

Pennant Winners: Blue Jays

Playoff Champions: Blue Jays

Playoff Finalists: Giants

2014 SEASON

Senior T-Ball:

Pennant Winners:

Playoff Champions: Tigers

Playoff Finalists: Reds

Rookie Ball:

Pennant Winners: Tigers

Playoff Champions: Yankees

Playoff Finalists: Tigers

Minor:

Pennant Winners: Blue Jays

Playoff Champions: Red Sox

Playoff Finalists: Blue Jays

Major:

Pennant Winners: Yankees

Playoff Champions: Yankees

Playoff Finalists: Blue Jays

2013 SEASON

Senior T-Ball:

Pennant Winners:

Playoff Champions: White Sox

Playoff Finalists: Giants

Rookie Ball:

Pennant Winners: Giants

Playoff Champions: Giants

Playoff Finalists: White Sox

Minor:

Pennant Winners: White Sox

Playoff Champions: Giants

Playoff Finalists: Pirates

Major:

Pennant Winners: White Sox

Playoff Champions: White Sox

Playoff Finalists: Blue Jays

2012 SEASON

Senior T-Ball:

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Pennant Winners: Cubs

Playoff Champions: Cubs

Playoff Finalists: Red Sox

Minor:

Pennant Winners: Haller Painting Blue Jays

Playoff Champions: Haller Painting Blue Jays

Playoff Finalists: Yankees

Major:

Pennant Winners: Red Sox

Playoff Champions: Red Sox

Playoff Finalists: Starburst Coins Blue Jays

2011 SEASON

Senior T-Ball:

Pennant Winners:

Playoff Champions: Braves

Playoff Finalists: Giants

Rookie Ball:

Pennant Winners: Cubs

Playoff Champions: Yankees

Playoff Finalists: Cubs

Minor:

Pennant Winners: Red Sox

Playoff Champions: Yankees

Playoff Finalists: Red Sox

Major:

Pennant Winners: Cubs

Playoff Champions: Blue Jays

Playoff Finalists: Cubs

2010 SEASON

Senior T-Ball:

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Pennant Winners: Dr. Sanjer & Assoc. Red Sox

Playoff Champions: Dr. Sanjer & Associates Red Sox

Playoff Finalists: Indians

Minor:

Pennant Winners: Red Sox

Playoff Champions: Red Sox

Playoff Finalists: Blue Jays

Major:

Pennant Winners: Indians

Playoff Champions: Cubs

Playoff Finalists: Indians

2009 SEASON

Senior T-Ball:

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Pennant Winners: Rockies

Playoff Champions: Rockies

Playoff Finalists: Yankees

Minor:

Pennant Winners: Yankees

Playoff Champions: Indians

Playoff Finalists: Yankees

Major:

Pennant Winners: Cubs

Playoff Champions: Cubs

Playoff Finalists: Red Sox

2008 SEASON

Major T-Ball:

Pennant Winners: Blue Jays

Playoff Champions: Cubs

Playoff Finalists: Blue Jays

Rookie Ball:

Pennant Winners: Blue Jays

Playoff Champions: Yankees

Playoff Finalists: Indians

Minor:

Pennant Winners: Yankees

Playoff Champions: Blue Jays

Playoff Finalists: Indians

Major:

Pennant Winners: Yankees

Playoff Champions: Indians

Playoff Finalists: Red Sox

2007 SEASON

Major T-Ball:

Pennant Winners: Pirates

Playoff Champions: Pirates

Playoff Finalists: Athletics

Rookie Ball:

Pennant Winners: Red Sox

Playoff Champions: Indians

Playoff Finalists: Red Sox

Minor:

Pennant Winners: Rockies

Playoff Champions: Rockies

Playoff Finalists: Red Sox

Major:

Pennant Winners: Blue Jays

Playoff Champions: Red Sox

Playoff Finalists: Indians

2006 SEASON

Major T-Ball:

Pennant Winners: Red Sox

Playoff Champions: Pirates

Playoff Finalists: Red Sox

Rookie Ball:

Pennant Winners: Indians

Playoff Champions: Indians

Playoff Finalists: Red Sox

Little League:

Pennant Winners – National Division: Rockies

Pennant Winners – American Division: Blue Jays

Playoff Champions: Blue Jays

Playoff Finalists: Indians

2005 SEASON

Minor T-Ball:

Playoff Champions: Athletics

Playoff Finalists: Erindale Nursery School – Cub

Major T-Ball:

Pennant Winners: Permaud Electrical Contractor – Cubs

Playoff Champions: Permaud Electrical Contractor – Cubs

Playoff Finalists: Yankees

Rookie Ball:

Pennant Winners: Yankees

Playoff Champions: Athletics

Playoff Finalists: Yankees

Little League:

Pennant Winners: Pirates

Playoff Champions: Cubs

Playoff Finalists: Pirates

2004 SEASON

Major T-Ball:

Pennant Winners: Athletics

Playoff Champions: Athletics

Rookie Ball:

Pennant Winners: Yankees

Playoff Champions: Indians

Little League:

Pennant Winners: Blue Jays

Playoff Champions: Blue Jays

2003 SEASON

Major T-Ball:

Pennant Winners: Pirates

Playoff Champions: Pirates

Minor:

Pennant Winners: Indians

Playoff Champions: Indians

Major:

Pennant Winners: Yankees

Playoff Champions: Yankees

Erindale Cardinals – Girls’ & Ladies’ Softball – Past Champions

Now part of the Mississauga Softball Association. To go to their website, click here mississaugaladyjays.ca

2018 Season

Ladies’ MGSA Softball
Pennant Winners: Erindale Red
Playoff Champion: Erindale White
Bantam MGSA Softball
Pennant Winner & Playoff Finalist: Erindale 301
Squirt MGSA Softball
Blue Playoff Champion: High Five Photography 101
Mite MGSA Softball
White Playoff Finalist: Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP 001

2017 Season

Ladies’ MGSA Softball
Pennant Winners & Playoff Champion: Erindale Red
Playoff Finalist: Erindale White
Mite MGSA Softball
Blue Playoff Champion: Erindale 003
White Playoff Finalist: Sports International 002
Midget OSSTA Softball
Provincial Gold: Erindale

2016 Season

Mite MGSA Softball
Blue Playoff Champions: Mite 001
Blue Playoff Finalists: Mite 002
Novice MGSA Softball
Playoff Champions: Novice 201
Bantam MGSA Softball
Pennant Winners: Bantam 302
Playoff Champions: Bantam 302
Ladies’ MGSA Softball
Pennant Winners: Erindale Red
Playoff Champions: Erindale Red
Playoff Finalists: Erindale White
Bantam OSSTA Softball
Provincial Bronze: Erindale

2015 Season

Junior MGSA Softball
Pennant Winners: Erindale 501
Playoff Champions: Erindale 501
Ladies’ MGSA Softball
Pennant Winners: Erindale 601
Bantam OSSTA Softball
Provincial Champions: Erindale

2014 Season

Squirt Softball
White Playoff Finalist: Erindale 101
Novice Softball
White Playoff Champion: Erindale 201
Blue Playoff Champion: Erindale 202

Junior Softball
Pennant Winners: Erindale 501
Ladies Softball
Pennant Winners: Erindale 601
Playoff Champions: Erindale 601
Softball Select
Provincial Champions: Erindale Girls’ Bantam Select Softball
Provincial Finalists: Erindale Girls’ Novice Select Softball

2013 Season

Novice Softball
Pennant Winners: Erindale 201
2012 Season

Mite Softball
Playoff Finalists: Flint Learning Center 001
Squirt Softball
Playoff Finalists: Erindale 101

Ladies’ Softball
Pennant Winners: Erindale 601
Playoff Champions: Erindale 601

2011 Season

Junior Softball
Pennant Winners: Erindale 501
Playoff Champions: Erindale 501
Bantam Softball
Playoff Finalists: S.A.E. Hydraulics 301

Squirt Softball
White Playoff Finalists: Key Assets 102

2010 Season

Squirt Softball
White Playoff Finalists: Toshiba of Canada 101

Midget Softball
Pennant Winners: Automan Automotive 402
Playoff Champions: Home Run Sports 403
Playoff Finalists: Automan Automotive 402

2009 Season

Midget Softball
Pennant Winners: Erindale 401
Playoff Finalists: Erindale 403
Novice Softball
Playoff Winners: Erindale 201
Squirt Softball
Blue Playoff Finalists: Erindale 102

Mite Softball
White Playoff Finalists: Erindale 001

2008 Season

Mite Softball
Pennant Winners: Erindale 001
Bantam Softball
Pennant Winners: Erindale 301
White Playoff Champions: Erindale 301
Blue Playoff Finalists: Erindale 302
Midget Softball
Pennant Winners: Erindale 402

2007 Season

Squirt Softball
Playoff Champions: Erindale 101
Bantam Softball
Pennant Winners: Erindale 302
Playoff Champions: Erindale 302
Playoff Finalists: Erindale 301
Midget Softball
Pennant Winners: Erindale 401
Playoff Finalists: Erindale 401

2006 Season

Mite Softball
Playoff Champions: Erindale 01
Squirt Softball
Pennant Winners: Erindale 11
Playoff Champions: Erindale 11
Novice Softball
Pennant Winners: Erindale 21
Playoff Finalists: Erindale 21
2005 Season

Squirt Girls’ Softball
Playoff Finalists: Erindale 13
Bantam Girls’ Softball
Playoff Finalists: Erindale 33

2004 Season

Mite Girls’ Softball
Pennant Winner: Erindale 05
Playoff Finalists: Erindale 05
Playoff Champion: Erindale 04
Squirt Girls’ Softball
Pennant Winner: Erindale 14
Playoff Finalists: Erindale 14
Playoff Champion: Erindale 13
Novice Girls’ Softball
Pennant Winner: Erindale 25
Playoff Finalists: Erindale 25
Bantam Girls’ Softball
Pennant Winner: Erindale 34

2003 Season

Mite Girls’ Softball
Pennant Winners: Erindale 02
Playoff Champions: Erindale 02
Novice Girls’ Softball
Pennant Winners: Erindale 24
Midget Girls’ Softball
Pennant Winners: Erindale 45
Playoff Champions: Erindale 45

2002 Season

Squirt Girls’ Softball
Pennant Winners: Erindale 1
Playoff Champions: Erindale 2

Novice Girls’ Softball
Pennant Winners: Erindale 2
Playoff Champions: Erindale 2
Bantam Girls’ Softball
Pennant Winners: Erindale 1

Midget Girls’ Softball:
Pennant Winners: Erindale 1
Playoff Champions: Erindale 1

Past Presidents

Name Years Active
Jack Gorrill* 1965 - 1967
D. Whitehead 1968
Don Blair* 1969 - 1970
Chuck Brown* 1971 - 1973
Earl Foster* 1974
D. McAllindon 1975
Jack Garbig* 1976 - 1977
D. Luchetta 1978
D. Pratt 1979
Wayne Baswick 1980
T. Christie 1981
Bill Tough 1982 - 1985
Don Blair 1986
Name Years Active
Steve Hartery 1987
Mark Baxtor 1988
Nick Christian 1989
Dave Lincoln/Mary-Lynn Cooney 1990
Mary-Lynn Cooney 1991
Vic Howard 1992
Bill Young 1993 - 1994
Anne Dundon 1995 - 1997
Lyn Brown 1998 - 1999
Gordon McDonald 2000 – 2001
Anne Dundon 2002 – 2017
Paul Carriere 2018
Anna Gulbinski 2019 - 2023