Lexington Blue Sox
Web Director: Dave Galehouse
Media Director: Bruce Hack
Pitching Coach: Tim Bryant
Director of Operations: Nick Santosuosso
The Lexington Blue Sox were founded in 1995 by owner and manager Rick DeAngelis in order to provide high caliber summer baseball for Lexington area fans to enjoy. There is no better way to spend a summer evening than to go out to Blue Sox field at the Center complex and watch the current collegians and former college and pro’s play at the highest level of amateur baseball. The Blue Sox have competed in the Intercity League playoffs in each of their 21 seasons with 11 championships.
The Blue Sox provide a fan friendly environment in historic Lexington, Massachusetts only ten(10) miles West of Boston. Our fans actively support the Blue Sox and consist of multiple generations. Sons and daughters, mothers and fathers and grandparents all enjoy coming out to the ballpark.
The Blue Sox have won eleven Intercity League championships, their first in 1998 by a 4 games to 1 margin in a best of 7 game series vs. The Anthony’s Athletics of Malden. Their second championship came in 2002 when they came back from an 0-2 deficit to win the final 3 games in a best of 5 championship series vs. The Gately Rams of Melrose. The final game in 2002 was an impressive 1-0 victory in which Wes Sparks (Southwestern Oklahoma St.) threw a 1 hitter to seal the championship.
In 2004, the Lexington Blue Sox again captured the Intercity League title. The Blue Sox beat the Lowell Braves by dropping game one of the championship and then winning 3 straight games. Jim Clarke went the distance in game 4 to give the Blue Sox the win.
In 2005 the Lexington Blue Sox captured their first back-to-back title with a 3 games to 1 win over Cassell Club!
In 2011 the Blue Sox captured their fifth straight Intercity League title after winning championships in 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010
In 2013, the Blue Sox were back on the winners podium with a tough 5 game series vs. the Andre Chiefs.
In 2014, the Blue Sox once again reached the finals but lost to Andre.
In 2015, the Blue Sox won the Intercity League Championship vs. the Andre Chiefs 3-0
The goals of the Blue Sox are simple: Winning championships; developing players, and building lifelong friendships among their players, fans, and supporters. Once a player plays for the Blue Sox, he becomes a part of the organization.
The Blue Sox formula for success is straightforward. We combine top notch current college players with experienced former college and professional players. The collegians learn how to play the game from the veterans and the veterans are energized and motivated by the successes of the college players.
“We provide top notch baseball for our fans and we don’t consider any season a success unless we are in contention for the title”, says Blue Sox manager Rick DeAngelis. “As good as the college players are when they arrive in Lexington at the beginning of each summer, they all leave as better players with improved skills and as better young men. There is always a place for a quality baseball player on the Blue Sox roster.