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TEAM HISTORY

Founded in 1900, the Ivy Baseball Club is one of the oldest amateur baseball teams in North America. In 1922, the team adopted the name Ivy Leafs and sported a Maple Leaf with the letter ‘I’ inside. The Leafs joined the North Dufferin Baseball League in 1939.

Ivy has won the Strothers Cup as North Dufferin League champions on 7 occasions.

IN MEMORIUM

On Monday, August 9, 2010, the Leafs lost 27-year-old centrefielder Brian Moore in a tragic highway accident. Brian has been honoured with a memorial plaque on the outfield fence in Ivy. Click here to read the Orillia Packet & Times tribute to Brian.

Two players were recognized by the team when after their untimely deaths, the Ivy Leafs retired their uniform numbers and have a special place of honour in the Ivy Orange Lodge.

  • Bob Elliott #2 (1943 – 1989)
  • George Ellis #27 (1943 – 1988)
LIFETIME SERVICE

When Don McMaster donned the Ivy Leafs uniform for 2000, it marked 5 decades of involvement with the Ivy team, having started with the club in 1968.

PREVIOUS RESULTS & SEASON SUMMARIES

2010

2009

2008

2007

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