Kitchener Panthers

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Kitchener Panthers
League Intercounty Baseball League (1919–present)
Location Kitchener, Ontario
Ballpark Kitchener Memorial Auditorium Complex
Year founded 1919
Nickname(s) Panthers
League championships 10
Former name(s)
  • Kitchener Panthers (1960–present)
  • KW Dutchmen
  • Kitchener Legionnaires
  • Kitchener Panthers (1919–Present)
Former ballparks Victoria Park Downtown Kitchener
Colors Yellow and Black
Manager N/A
General Manager Scott Ballantyne
President Bill Pegg
Media Twitter- @IBL_Panthers Facebook- Kitchener Panthers Baseball Instagram- @IBL_Panthers
Website http://www.kitchenerpanthers.com

The Kitchener Panthers are an independent, minor league baseball team of the semi-pro, Intercounty Baseball League based in Kitchener, Ontario. They play their home games at Jack Couch Baseball Park.

History[edit]

The Panthers were a founding member of the Intercounty Baseball League (along with Galt, Guelph and Stratford in 1919). The team changed names when the current league began play in 1957 as the Legionnaires and Dutchmen, but reverted to the current name in 1960.

Championships[edit]

Kitchener has won ten championships second most in the league, behind the Brantford Red Sox with eleven. The Panthers have won in:

  • 1957
  • 1967
  • 1968
  • 1971
  • 1973
  • 1990
  • 1996
  • 1998
  • 2000
  • 2001

Past Players[edit]

Current Players[edit]

Pithers-

  1. 17 Matt McGovern
  2. 35 Russell Luxton Jr.
  3. 41 Joey Poulin

Shaun Slemko Adam Echlin

Position Players-

  1. 13 Jeff Pietraszko LF (Pie)
  2. 24 Tanner Nivins CF
  3. 3 Darnell Ducket RF (D)
  4. 7 Scott David C/3B (Scotty)
  5. 22 Ricky Murray C (Rick)
  6. 38 Bryon Bell 1B/DH (Bellzy)
  7. 33 Sean Reilly DH/1B (Riles)
  8. 8 Mike Andrulis 2B (Drou)
  9. 16 Mike Glinka SS (Glinks)
  10. 15 David Whiteside 3B (Dewy)
  11. 2 Trevor Nyp

References[edit]

The Kitchener Panthers themselves

External links[edit]