Rain Postpones All ICL Games Scheduled for Wednesday

Heavy thunderstorms have caused the postponement of all four games that were scheduled on Wednesday night in the ICL.  

Americans, Maddogs & Merchants Win, 3-3 Tie at Victory

Chris Mitchell (2-2) went the distance, striking out seven, when the Melrose Americans beat the Blue Sox in Lexington 5-4.  Josh Bohn, Nick Cordeau and Ian libby each had an RBI and Charlie Huegi scored twice and drove in a run for the Americans. Nate Espelin (1-1) took his first loss of the season. The […]

Kirby’s 11 K’s Pitches Chiefs Past Americans 5-1

Zach Kirby (3-3) tossed a complete game five-hitter, striking out 11, when the Andre Chiefs beat the Melrose Americans 5-1 at Maplewood. Nate Witkowski hit a solo homer and Tony Serino had two hits to lead the Chiefs offense. Ian Libby had two of the Americans hits. It was the only ICL game on Monday. […]

Bulldogs in Sunday Sweep, Merchants & Royals Get Wins

The Reading Bulldogs took both ends of a doubleheader from the Malden Maddogs on Sunday afternoon at Morton Field. The Bulldogs won the opener 3-2 and then stormed back to win the nightcap in walkoff fashion 4-3.  Kyle Wolman went 6.2 innings in game one, allowing just four hits, to even his record at 2-2. […]


Intercity League drops Eastern Mass opener

By Bruce Hack, ICL correspondent Lexington – The Intercity League All-Stars found themselves on the wrong side of history as the Boston Park League won 2-1 in the opening game of the 2019 Eastern Mass Amateur Baseball Classic. On a beautiful day for baseball, one that would have made Ernie Banks happy, the Park League […]

Lexington wins 2018 Championship

Melrose – The Lexington Blue Sox won their fourth consecutive, 10th in the last 12 years, and 14th overall Intercity League Championship with an 8-0 win over Watertown Sunday night at Morelli Field. Lexington broke the game open in the second inning scoring five runs on six hits. Ross Curley singled to drive in Richie […]

ICL Legend Les DeMarco Passes Away

ICL President Emeritus and longtime Wakefield Merchants owner & manager Les DeMarco passed away on Friday, February 2, 2018. He would have turned 89 on Monday. Les holds the distinction of being the first person elected to the charter class of Intercity League’s Hall of Fame in 2010. A great man who will be missed. […]

Lexington wins in walk-off for 2017 Title

Melrose – Dorian Rojas singled to left to drive in Jeff Vigurs with the championship-winning run in the bottom of the tenth giving Lexington its third consecutive title and 13th overall. Vigurs lead off the tenth with a bunt single against J. P. Songin, who had taken the hill for Reading to start the inning. […]

Dave Ahern, #41, has made it home

  IN MEMORY OF DAVE AHERN November 2, 1987-September 4, 2016