The Al Thomas Club was honored by the BoSox Club at their annual Hot Stove luncheon recognizing local amateur champions. Representing Al Thomas at the luncheon were Cam Plank, Jay Gamboa and Paul Wydom. They were joined by former Red Sox players Lenny DiNardo and Rico Petrocelli.
The Yawkey League is proud to announce Jay Gamboa of the Al Thomas Athletics as the winner of three of its league awards.
For his outstanding regular season, Gamboa was named the Johnny Pesky Rookie of the Year Award as well as the Pedro Martinez Pitcher of the Year. And for his work in the postseason, Gamboa was named the David Ortiz Post Season MVP.
Congrats Jay on an outstanding season
The Yawkey League is proud to announce the winner of the Dick Radatz Fireman Of The Year is Richie Pignone of the Brighton Braves
The Yawkey League is proud to announce the winner of the 2022 Carl Yastrzemski Most Valuable Player Award is Cam Plank of the Al Thomas Athletics
The Yawkey League is proud to announce the winners of the following two awards.
Barbara Medieros Manager Of The Year
The 2022 manager of the year is Joe O’Hara of the Al Thomas Athletics
Franchise Of The Year
The 2022 franchise of the year is the Al Thomas Athletics
Congratulations to Joe and the entire Al Thomas franchise
The Yawkey League will be hosting a cookout at the Milton American Legion Post at Heritage Hall (map) on Saturday September 24 starting at 3pm.
The event allows will not only honor this year’s league award winners, but also this year’s league champions, the Al Thomas Athletics.
Admission is free. Food for the cookout will be provided free of charge. There will be a cash bar.
Please join us as we celebrate all of this year’s award winners.
For more details on the event