Berkshire Red Sox Optimist Team

1992 Season Record: 34-27-1


The Sox rebounded from their first losing season under the guidence of new skipper Del Mintz to finish 34-27-1 overall and earn a trip back to the Spring-Lawn Optimist League play-offs.

The Sox stay in the play-offs was short as they were swept by the Regular Season champion, Kutztown Wildcats 2-games-to-0 in the semi-finals.

The Sox season ended for good with a 3-1 loss to the Fairmount Park Mustangs in the second annual Pennsylvania Adult State Tournament.

Former Philadelphia Phillies AA pitcher, Rick Dunnum who made his Sox deput in 1992 won the league Outstanding Pitcher Award while leading the league in wins (7), strike-outs (88) and second in ERA (1.30).

Berkshire Red Sox 28-Over

1992 Season Record: 9-9

Manager: Jon Holskin

Always striving to the on the cutting edge, the Berkshire organization decided to sponsor a team in the newly formed Spring-Lawn Optimist Senior Baseball League.

The elder Sox got off to a slow 2-7 start, but turned it on in the second half of the season by going 7-2 and finishing at 9-9 for the season.