Former Malden ICL Teams Plan One Last Hurrah at Devir Park

For all former players that once played @ Devir Park, please read below, one last hurrah!
One Last Game At Devir Park.

Sunday June 5th. 4pm -7pm @ The Edward J (Eddie Larson) Memorial Field.
All former Augustine A’s, Malden Merchants players. One last game before the redesign of Devir Park. Let’s all reunite to usher out the great baseball ⚾️ field.
Family and friends are welcome to attend. Refreshments will be provided.

Please let us know if you will be attending. It will be a 4 inning game of Fun. Everyone takes an at bat.

Please contact
Kevin Larson 781-983-6261
Dave Caiazzo

Former ICL Star John “Pancho” Webb Passes Away

John “Pancho” Webb, a star with both the Hosmer Chiefs and the Medford Mustangs in the late 1960’s and 1970’s, has passed away. He was scheduled to be inducted into the Intercity League Hall of Fame.

Pancho was drafted by the Red Sox and spent time in their minor league system. He is member of the Medford High Hall of Fame where he was a standout infielder, hockey player, and a place-kicker/wide receiver on the 1967 MHS Class A champion undefeated team.

Pancho’s obituary is below:
John J. Webb a life-long resident of Medford passed away unexpectedly at home on January 17, 2022. He was 70. He graduated from Medford High School, Class of 1969.
John was born in Lynn, the cherished only son of John T. and Anna E. (Galanti) Webb. Survived by his sister Karen Saporito and her husband Richard of Wilmington, MA. Uncle of Nicholas Saporito and his wife Tamara of Medford, Jessica and Dan Kretzenger of Tewksbury and Michael and Kristen Saporito of NH. Great-Uncle to Sophia, Bella, Charlie, Thomas and Tessa.

John who was known to many as ‘Pancho’ was raised and educated in Medford and played sports throughout his life. He was a star athlete, especially with the Medford High Mustangs Baseball team and was inducted into the Medford High School Hall of Fame.

John relocated to Florida for a short period when he was drafted by the Boston Red Sox Farm Team; this was such an exciting time for him and quite an accomplishment. Soon after, Major League Baseball went on an extended strike and all the rookies were released. John then returned home to his family in Medford.

John took a job with the Boston Housing Authority for several years and he continued to follow his favorite Boston Sports Teams.
At John’s request all Funeral Services will be private.

ICL Announces 2021 Award Winners

The ICL managers have cast their ballots and the votes have been tabulated!!

Here are the 2021 ICL Award Winners. Congratulations!!!

EDDIE LARSON MVP– Andrew Mazzone, Middlesex Expos

TOM CASSELL OUTSTANDING HITTER– Andrew Mazzone, Middlesex Expos

OUTSTANDING PITCHER- Ryan O’Rourke, Lexington Blue Sox

FIREMAN OF THE YEAR- Bobby Tramandozzi, Melrose Americans

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR- Gage Gaunt, Lexington Blue Sox

Tommy Leone, Andre Chiefs & Max Tarlin, Reading Bulldogs


PLAYOFF MVP’s (Co-Winners)
Jose Feliciano & Dom Zaher,Lexington Blue Sox

Ryan O’Rourke, Manny Delcarmen & Pat McGowan, Lexington Blue Sox