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2019 Opening Day Wild Boars Squad

Zachery Carey #20 2019 Wild Boars Most Valuable Player

Zac Carey #20 2019 Wild Boars Team Cy Young winner

Colin Minner #18 2019 Boars Rookie of the Year

Matt Seibert #11 2019 Boars Gold Glove Winner

2019 Mid Season Team Photo

Markus Hall #6 2019 Wild Boars Most Valuable Player

Sully Minner #8 2019 Boars Batting Champion, Silver Slugger Award

Jimmy Herold #15 2019 Boars Iron Man

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Boars move on to Championship

By Joe Cantrell 09/11/2019, 10:45pm EDT

Carey shuts out Royals, Both Carey and Srinivasan notch 2nd win in Post season

Grady Field, AIA Xenia Ohio, 09-08-2019

The Wild Boars looked to move on to the Championship series for the first time in team history with 2 wins against the Royals on Saturday. 

Zac Carey went to the mound in game #1 for the Boars and returned with another shutout victory, over the 3rd seeded Royals in the Miami Valley Adult Baseball League.

Carey went 7 innings to get the complete game shutout collecting 10 K's, giving up 6 hits, 0 runs. 

The Wild Boars runs came in the 1st inning off a base hit from Sean Johnson, with an RBI from Markus Hall. and in the 2nd inning when Sully Minner, reached on an error, and was brought in by P.J. Dobbins single. The 2 runs were all that was scored by both teams and was enough to lift the Boars to 1 game lead in the series. 

P.J Dobbins, took Boars Offensive player of the game in game #1

Matt Seibert took Boars Defensive Player of the Game at Shortstop, with 4-PO, and 3 Assist.

Game 2 sent Sid Srinivasan to the mound, again in his 2nd appearance in the playoffs. and again the game was tight and close. The Boars broke through in the 2nd, scoring after Sully Minner singled, stole 2nd, and was brought home when Gary North doubled. The Boars added 2 more in the 4th after Carey walked and stole 2nd, Matt Seibert doubled and brought Carey home. Seibert Scored on a Jacob Greve single.

The Royals added a run of their  own in the 4th, when Srinivasan left a hanger that was sent sailing by Chris Flaherty of the Royals. The Boars put 2 more on in the 6th after Hall walked and stole 2nd Carey walked, Hall scored on a Single by Seibert, while Carey went to 3rd and later scored on a single by Greve the Boars 3rd baseman. Boars lead was 5 to 1.

The Royals final run came in the bottom of the 6th. When Nick Ferraro  singled and stole a base came home on a F/C for the 2nd out. The Boars lead was 5 to 2 and that was the final of the game.

Matt Seibert was Boars Offensive Player of the Game going 2 for 3, with a single, a double 1 run scored and 2 RBI's.

Markus Hall takes Boars Defensive player of the game for at 2nd base turning 2 DP starting one, 5 recorded outs and 4 assist.

Sid Srinivasan takes the Complete Game win going 7 Innings allowing 5 hits, 2-runs 1-earned, with 4-K's

The Boars moved on sweeping the series to take on the Slammers at Wright State University, on Saturday September 14th at 1 pm, and 4 pm, come out and watch the Boars play in their first  MVABL Championship in the Wild Boars franchise history.  

Boars sweep Knights Move on to face Royals

By Joe Cantrell 08/27/2019, 10:45pm EDT

Carey and Srinivasan both get Boars first playoff wins

AIA, Xenia, Ohio August 24th, 2019

The Boars welcomed the Wright Knights, to AIA in Xenia to start the 2019 MVABL playoff season.  The Boars came away with 2 wins the teams first playoff wins in the Boars Franchise history.

Game 1 watched as Zac Carey took the mound, and the Boars pitcher gave up a couple hits but the defense would cut off the lead runner and the final out in the first by strikeout. Carey would get the Knights in order in the 2nd and 3rd and a hit by pitch and a BB  in the 4th allowed the Knights to get a runner around 3rd but the tag at home ended the Knights scoring threat. And the Knights went in order again in the 5th.

The Boars scored in the 1st after a Matt Seibert single, and a wild pitch Zac Carey helped his cause by a RBI single.  The Boars 2nd saw 5 runs with singles, by Colin Minner, Gary North and Jacob Greve, and Markus Hall got an RBI single Matt Seibert was on the hitting end this time got an RBI double, and Carey helped himself again with another RBI single.

The Boars 3rd inning picked right back up, Minner singled again, as did Greve and both scored on J.R. Nixons 2 RBI single.  P.J. Dobbins singled and scored as did Hall and Seibert and Carey. The Boars had scored 7 runs and where in control with a 13 to 0 lead.

Matt Seibert ended the game in the 5th after Hall reached on an error, Seibert blasted a home run over the left field fence his first of the post season, to end the game and collect his 4th RBI of the game.

Zac Carey Collects the Complete Game Shutout, 5 innings pitched 4- Ks, 1- BB, 0 Runs

Matt Seibert take Boars Offensive Player of the Game 3 for 3 with 4 runs scored, 4 RBIs, 1- 2B, 1 HR

Markus Hall takes Boars Defensive Player of the Game with 3 PO, and 3 Assist.


Game 2,  witnessed the Boars come from behind for the win, the visiting Boars put up 1 in the 1st, after a Hall double, and Jimmy Herolds,  RBI single. But the Home Knights countered with 3 of their own to lead 3 to 1. The Boars in the 2nd hit the ball but to the Knights, and only Jacob Greve managed a single. And the Knights added a 4th run in the home half of the 2nd.

The Boars added 2 in the 3rd,  with 2 outs Seibert and Carey both singled and Jimmy Herold brought them home with his 2nd RBI single of the game.  Boars pitcher Sid Srinivasan finally settled in and retired the Knights in order the rest of his pitching assignment, and the Offense then added the run support he needed. Scoring 3 runs to take the lead in the 4th on singles by North and Greve, Nixon brought them in with a 2 RBI double. The Boars took the lead 6 to 4 and never looked back, scoring 5 more runs in the 5th and 1 in the 6th to take a firm grip on the lead at 12 to 4.

P.J. Dobbins came in to finish the game and both he and the defense did what was asked of them, Jacob Cooper made the highlight reel with a spectacular diving catch that was clearly over his head but a well timed dive and a great glove nabbed the ball and the catch was made for the out. Zac Carey nabbed the final fly ball of the game in center and the series went to the Boars.

Sid Srinivasan takes the win with 6 innings pitched 3- Ks 4-Runs

Jacob Cooper takes the Boars Defensive Player of Game #2 for a great diving catch

Jimmy Herold take Boars Offensive Player of the Game #2, 3 for 4 3 singles 4 RBIs 


The Boars return to AIA at 10am on Saturday September 7th to battle with the 33 seeded Royals come out and watch the Royals and Boars as the MVABL Playoffs continue.

Lucas and Dobbins combine in Season Finale Win

By Joe Cantrell 08/20/2019, 8:30pm EDT

Boars win final game in 2019 Season

Kettering Field, Dayton Ohio,  August 18, 2019

The Wild Boars closed out the season with a win to move to 19 and 5 in the Miami Valley Adult Baseball League, by defeating the Dayton Cardinals at Kettering Field on Sunday. 

The Boars sent veteran pitcher Brandon Lucas, fresh from his vacation schedule to face the Cardinals.  The Cardinals top draft pick Josh Knox sliced a single, in the 1st inning that just got past  left fielder Sean Johnson allowing Knox to advance to 2nd and the Cardinals were threatening early. The threat ended on a ground ball to short fielded by Markus Hall with a flip to 1st, and then a pop up also fielded by Hall for the 3rd out. 

The Cardinals countered with their own veteran pitcher, in Josh Cvetkovich, But after a walk to S. Johnson, and  Markus Hall, Jimmy Herold  reached on an error, after Johnson swiped 2nd and 3rd.  Then Gary North reached on another BB, and Colin Minner brought in 2 runs with a single. Brian Erbe was HBP,  and Jacob Greve drove in a run with a single, Conner Morris had an RBI single and Sean Johnson drove in 2 with a single, in his 2nd at bat in the 1st. Hall hit a double and later scored. In all the Boars sent 14 batters to the plate and scored 11 runs. 

The Cardinals added 1 run in the 2nd when Alex Schulke hit a single and was brought home on a FC.  The Boars lead was 11 to 1 and both Pitchers had settled. The Cardinals made a pitching change to Thomas Henry and he was able to put the Boars in check till the 5th. 

Lucas was in control of everything but his curve, which was sailing to the backstop at times. but was still able to get through the 3rd, 4th 5th and 6th with no runs, and just a couple hits, while the Boars defense took care of plays.  

In the Boars 5th, Jacob Greve was walked and then stole 2nd, and was driven home by Dylan Pletsch hitting a double to the gap and collecting the RBI.  Pletsch stole 3rd but did not make it home.  

The 6th saw the Cards, pop out to 3rd and hit a long fly ball over the Johnson in left but Johnson never lost the ball and ran it down and made the catch over his shoulder.  A ball back to Lucas ended the Cardinal 6th.  The Boars put the final 2 Runs after Hall singled and Herold and North singled, North driving in Hall and Colin Minner driving in Herold on FC for the RBI.

P.J.  Dobbins came on with the Boars leading 14 to 1 and after a pop out to short, a ground ball to 3rd and a diving catch by Pletsch in center, the game was over. The final was the Boars 14 and the Cardinals.

Markus Hall takes the Boars Offensive player of the game with 2 for 3, with 3 runs scored 1- RBI, 1-2B, and 2-SB.

Boars Defensive Player of the game goes to Sean Johnson for the over the shoulder catch and chase down to prevent extra bases.

Lucas went 6 innings, 4-Ks, 1-R, 0-earned. 

Dobbins faced 3 and retired 3.

The Boars Start the playoffs in Xenia Ohio, at AIA at 10 am after finishing the season with a Team Best 19 and 5, record and  in 2nd place in the MVABL.  The Boars will face the Wright Knights in the best of 3 series.


Carey faces minimum against Cardinals, Closes against Redlegs

By Joe Cantrell 08/11/2019, 10:30pm EDT

Carey faces 15 up, sends 15 down in early game of a split DH, Srinivasan gets win in game 2

Split DH Early Game, Carlisle High School, Carlisle Ohio, The home Boars welcomed the Cardinals in game 1 of a split DH. Carey goes for the Perfect game against Cardinals.

Zac Carey faced the minimum batters in the Boars first perfect game, The Boars hot bats came alive and ended the game in 5 innings.  The Cardinals sent 15  batters to the plate all 15 were retired. Carey gets the complete game win facing 15 batters retiring 8 by strikeout, The Boars defense took the rest but not without drama. In the 3rd Brenden Anderson chopped a ball back at the pitcher which glanced off his hand, Carey was able to locate the ball and toss it to Jacob Greve just in time at 1st for the out.  and in the top of the 5th a ball just past Carey's glove dribbled toward short when Boars All Star Short Stop Matt Seibert feilded it off the short hop and threw a bullet to record the final out of the game.

The Boars started scoring in the Home half of the first when Carey reached on a fielders choice and after 2 BB, Colin Minner hit a double to the gap driving in 3 runs. In the 2nd The Boars sent 15 batters to the plate, Colin Minner again drove in 3 runs with a triple,  the Boars scored  11 runs total to lead 14 to 0.

 The final Boars run scored in the 3rd inning to lead 15 to 0, Jacob Greve came in on a single to right,  to put the Boars up 15.

Zac Carey goes 5 Innings complete game, 0 runs, 8 K's 

Colin Minner is Boars Offensive player of the game with a double a Triple and 6 RBI's and 1-BB

Matt Seibert takes Boars Offensive and Defensive player of the game with 2 No hitter saving plays. At the plate Matt went 3 for 4, scoring 2 Runs, 1- double and 4 RBI's and 1- SB.


 Game 2, Middletown Madison, High School,  The Boars then traveled to Middletown Madison to battle the Redlegs.

The visiting Boars scored first when Markus Hall was walked.  Matt Seibert was walked but forced out in a double play attempt but Zac Carey got up the line quick to beat out the throw. Jimmy Herold hit a sac fly to center, tracked down by Jacob Robinson, and Hall tagged and scored. The Redlegs added 1 themselves to tie the game after Matt Morrison doubled and scored.  Game was tied 1 to 1 after 1.

The Boars added a 2nd run after an error allowed Colin Minner to get on and score when Boars pitcher Sid Srinivasan hit his single with an RBI. The Redlegs were silent in the 2nd as Srinivasan, settled in for what was going to be a back and forth game.

Another Boars run in the 3rd when Zac Carey singled, and Jimmy Herold doubled him home.  The Boars lead was 3 to 1 and was short lived as the pesky Redlegs tied the game in the 3rd when Jacob Robinson and Kyle Arend came home to tie it up 3 to 3.

In the 4th Boars pitcher Srinivasan led off with a walk, Markus Hall singled, Matt Seibert walked again,  Zac Carey drove in Srinivasan and Hall, but Seibert pulled into 3rd hobbling. he was lifted for a CR, while he tried stretching it out. His run was scored on a SAC fly by Colin Minner.  and the Boars had stretched a lead to 7 to 3.  The Redlegs went in order in the 4th and the Boars lead was holding.

The 5th inning saw Jacob Cooper walked and Srinivasan drove him in with a double and another RBI. as the Boars increased the lead to 8 to 3, while the Redlegs added 2 more when Morrison and Arend scored 2 runs, to draw to within 3 at Boars 8 and Redlegs 5.

The Boars added another when Zac Carey was walked and and Jacob Greve drove him in with a double. The Boars lead was 9 to 5 and that was the final as neither team scored again. The 7th saw the Boars summon Zac Carey in to close it out and he did. inducing 2 ground balls and 1 K. 

The Boars locked up 2nd place in the Miami Valley Adult Baseball League. The Boars will take on the Cardinals in the season finale next week at 3:00 pm. 

Sid Srinivasan takes the win, 6 innings pitched, 2 K's, 

Zac Carey had 1 innng, 0 runs 1 K

Zac Carey takes Boars Offensive Player of the game 2 for 3,   1- double, 2 RBIs

Matt Seibert took his 2nd Boars  Defensive Player of the game of the day.   

The Scarecrow returns to battle the Machine

By Joe Cantrell 08/04/2019, 10:15pm EDT

Srinivasan returns takes shutout win over Machine

Carlisle High School, Carlisle Ohio August 4th,

As the season starts winding down toward the end, Sid Srinivasan returned from his apprenticeship to re-join the Boars as they head to the playoffs. Standing in the way on this Sunday was the Mad River Machine visiting the 2nd place Boars.

The Machine threatened early as a BB, and a Double from Paul Wilson, sandwiched between the 1st strikeout of the game.Put runners at 2nd and 3rd. But a quick fly out to Colin Minner at 2nd and another K,  held the Machine scoreless.

The Boars threatened with 2 runners of their own after Jimmy Herold, the boars catcher, and a single by J.R. Nixon moved runners into scoring position, with the ever dangerous Sully Minner at the plate, an unusual strikeout looking, ended the Boars threat after 1 inning.

The 2nd and 3rd innings turned out to be more of a pitching match Srinvasan picked up his 3rd strikout of the day to end it after Matt Seibert the Boars shortstop and Jacob Greve the Boars 3rd baseman, recorded assist on the first 2 outs in the 2nd.

The Boars went the same way a base hit by Brandon Lucas, and Colin Minner hit into a double play. Jacob Greve laced a single but Jacob Cooper hit into the 5-3. The 3rd was scoreless as well for both teams.

The 4th inning for the Machine,  brought 2 fly balls to Lucas in right and after a base hit, the 3rd out was recorded at 2nd on the F/C,  The Boars SS Matt Seibert hit a single and stole 2nd, Nixon walked and this time Sully Minner, came through with a double,and the RBI, Colin Minner then cleared the bases with a 2 RBI, Triple. Jacob Greve singled,scoring the younger Minner, then  stole 2nd, and went to 3rd on a Balk. Sean Johnson hit his first single on the day scoring Greve. The Boars led after 4 innings complete 5 to 0.

Srinivasan, dubbed the scarecrow by his teammates, picked up his 4th, and 5th, strikeouts and induced a flyball to Lucas in right. to start the 5th. The Boars went back to offense. Seibert led off again with a single, and Nixon walked again and after 2 Strikeouts the Boars were helped by a few walks and a couple wild pitches which allowed the Boars to add 3 more runs and increase the lead to 8 to the Machine's 0.

The Machine came up in the 6th and after Sully Minner recorded the first out on a sharp grounder to first, Paul Wilson hit a single but left before Srinivasan had gone home and he was able to get him in a 1-3-4-1 pick off and run down taking the tag himself. He then recorded the 6th strikeout of the game.

The Boars added 5 more runs in the 6th, Jimmy Herold singled Matt Seibert, walked and this time both were driven in by J.R. Nixon, with his 2nd single along  with 2 RBI's.  S Minner walked and the elder Minner was again driven home by the younger Minner in  with a single. Both Nixon and Minner were brought home by Jacob Greve on his 2nd single in the game with 2 RBI's. The Boars lead was 13 to 0 and that's exactly how it finished after Srinivasan picked up his 7th K in the 7th.

Sid Srinivasan pitched a complete game 7 innings allowing 5 hits, 3-BB and 7-k's with 0 runs.

Seibert and Colin Minner take Boars Offensive Player of the Game, Matt Seibert was 2 for 3 with a single a double, 3- runs scored, and 1- BB and 1 SB.                                                                                                        Colin Minner was 2 for 3 with 3 RBI's, 3 runs scored, 1 single,  1 triple,  1 BB and 1 SB.

Boars Defensive Player of the game was Jacob Geve 3rd base.

The Wild Boars return to Carlisle and look to lock up 2nd place in the MVABL standings, with a win against the Cardinals at 11:00 am and then travel to Middletown Madison to battle the Redlegs at 3:00pm  Come out and see the Boars in a split DH on Sunday  

W/L Record

Year Wins Losses
2019 19 5
2018 12 13
2017 10 14
2016 6 16
2015 1 25


Year Players
2019 Joe Cantrell Mgr. Sully Minner, Markus Hall, Matt Seibert, Jimmy Herold, Colin Minner, Gary North, Zac Carey, Sean Johnson (CNP)
2018 Thomas Troy, Jimmy Herold, Dylan Pletsch, Sully Minner, Brandon Lucas, Markus Hall
2017 Grant Mink, Meade Tabata, Joey Wilson
2016 Brandon Lucas, Doug Adkins, Zach Carroll
2015 Travis Knight, Eric Nelson

League Honors

Year Player Award
2019 Joe Cantrell 2019 Coach of the Year
2019 Colin Minner MVABL Rookie of the Year
2019 Zac Carey All MVABL 2nd Team P
2019 Zac Carey All MVABL 2nd Team OF
2019 Markus Hall All MVABL 1st Team SS
2019 Colin Minner All MVABL 2nd Team 2B
2019 Sully Minner All MVABL 1st Team 1B
2018 Joe Cantrell 2018 Coach of the Year
2018 Dylan Pletsch All MVABL 1st Team OF
2018 Markus Hall All MVABL 2nd Team SS
2018 James Jimmy Herold All MVABL 2nd Team Catcher
2017 Meade Tabata All MVABL 2nd team Catcher
2016 Brandon Lucas Draft Pick of The Year