The Oshawa Dodgers are excited to announce the return
of two of the premier pitchers in the Intercounty Baseball
League.  

Returning after being involved in the Dodgers first ever
trade is RHP Greg Byron.  Byron was traded to the
Toronto Maple Leafs last season along with Bryan
Condotta for Sean Travers and Tyler Johnstone.  Prior to
the trade, Byron posted a 1-2 record with a 3.93 ERA.  
The former Max Reid Award recipient has been a
member of the Dodgers organization since the 2005
season and although battled injuries, has a very
respectable 7-7-4 career record with a 4.71 ERA.

The Oshawa Dodgers are also thrilled to announce the
return of RHP Adam Garner to the rotation in 2009.  Last
season Garner was a team and league standout.  He
posted a 2.84 ERA over the regular season in 44.1
innings pitched.  He had a 6-1 record and 26 strikeouts
before leaving the club to sign professionally with the
Kansas City T-Bones of the Northern Independent
Baseball League.  Garner returned to the Dodgers in
time for game 5 of the best of 7 playoff series versus
Barrie where he got the start.  He was nothing short of
stellar pitching 11 innings of 6 hit baseball striking out
eight for the extra innings victory and the first playoff
series win for the Dodgers in team history.  Garner was
subsequently named Season MVP with a team record 6
wins in a season and Dodgers pitcher of the year.
Dodgers Lock Up Rotation With Addition
of RHP's Byron & Garner