The Oshawa Dodgers are thrilled to announce Aaron Gordon’s return to
the Dodgers rotation in 2008.  Gordon, a
graduate of the Oshawa Junior Legionaires,
has been a key member of the Dodgers
pitching staff since the 2005 season and has
a career 5.08 ERA over twenty-nine games.
Aaron’s most successful season to date with
the Dodgers came last season. In 10 regular
season games, Aaron had a 3.64 ERA in 42
innings pitched with a 1-3 record and a 2.84
playoff ERA.  Four of Aaron’s six starts
last season came against IBL champion
Toronto Maple Leafs.  He held the IBL’s top
offensive team in check posting a 3.22 ERA
over 22.1 innings of work and despite three of his four starts versus the
Leafs occurring in the cozy confines of Christie Pitts, Aaron did not allow
a single homerun to a team that led the league with 69 throughout the
playoffs and regular season.
“I’m very excited to have the opportunity to work with Aaron this
season,” said Dodgers new Manager and President of Baseball Operations
Dan Bleiwas.  “His stats from last season speak for themselves and with
the improvements we have made defensively in the off-season I expect
Aaron to have an even more successful 2008 campaign.”
Aaron Gordon Re-Signs for Fourth Season