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Friday, January 28, 2011

Friday, January 28, 2011

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2010 ACBL Standings

Wolff Division

Quakertown 23 15 .605 --
Lehigh Valley 19 17 .528 3.0
Jersey 18 20 .474 5.0
Lackawanna 16 22 .421 7.0

Kaiser Division

Long Island 22 15 .595 --
Staten Island 21 18 .538 2.0
Torrington 21 18 .538 2.0
North Jersey 12 26 .316 10.5

Hampton Division

North Fork 27 14 .659 --
Westhampton 22 19 .537 5.0
Riverhead 19 22 .463 8.0
Southampton 18 23 .439 9.0
Sag Harbor 16 25 .390 11.0

ACBL Visitors


Former ACBL All-Stars On 2010 Major League Team Rosters


Jamie Moyer (Phillies)
John Lannan (Nationals)
Jason Bergmann (Nationals)
Mike Aviles (Royals)
Kevin Cash (Red Sox)
Drew Sutton (Indians)
Joe Martinez (Pirates)
Brad Eldred (Rockies)
Anthony Varvaro (Mariners)

Coaches and Managers

Joe Maddon (Rays)
Jeff Datz (Orioles)

ACBL Diamond Notes

Bonekemper receives award
Tuesday, January 18, 2011
Tom Bonekemper, President of the ACBL, received the American Baseball Coaches Association's Meritorious Service Award at the recent convention in Nashville.

Bonekemper has been involved with the ACBL since 1981 and was a principal in the transfer of the Allentown Wings franchise to Quakertown in 1983. In 1991 he assumed the Vice-President position in the ACBL and became President in 1998. The ACBL has produced at least one new Major League player every year going back to 1980. The 2011 season will be the 45th of ACBL baseball.

Jim Tracy, manager of the Colorado Rockies, received the Honor Award at the Honors Luncheon while John Cole (Blazers,84),head coach at the University of Pennsylvania, was recognized for a 25-Year Coach Award.

Peter Caliendo (Caliendo Sports International,Inc.), Jim Paronto (NCAA Baseball Rules Editor) and Giorgio Moretti (President, Italian National Committee of Coaches) also accepted Service Awards.
Mike DeAngelo Memorial Service
Wednesday, January 12, 2011
Mike DeAngelo, former Director of Baseball Operations for the Peekskill and Stamford Robins, passed away on January 7, 2011 in Stamford,CT.

Most recently Mike was a Special Advisor for the New York State League and assisted in the placement of players into professional baseball. Eighty-four forme Click here for the full story
Varvaro makes MLB debut
Tuesday, October 05, 2010
Anthony Varvaro, former Metro NY Cadets RHP, made his MLB debut on September 24 when he hurled a shutout inning with two strikeouts against Tampa Bay.

The former St.John's pitcher made four appearances since his promotion from Tacoma and took the loss against Oakland on Sunday when he allowed five runs in four innings.

V Click here for the full story
ACBL Announces 2010 Awards
Jersey Pilots, Ken Gregory MVP
Thursday, August 12, 2010

Individual Awards
Santy Gallone Most Valuable Player, Ken Gregory, Jersey Pilots
Darrin Winston Most Valuable Pitcher Aw Click here for the full story
North Fork holds on to edge Quakertown 5-4
Osprey's capture ACBL crown
Monday, August 09, 2010
For the second year in their 2 year existence a Hampton's team has captured the ACBL championship.

North Fork wrapped up a 31-15 campaign with a 5-4 nail biter at Cochran Park over the Quakertown Blazers 5-4.

The Blazer's drew Click here for the full story
Former Blazer almost perfect
Monday, July 26, 2010
Ryan Buch allowed only a lead-off bunt single; otherwise he pitched perfect baseball for seven innings in a 2-0 win for Kannapolis over Ashville.

Buch, the former Quakertown Blazer RHP and Top Prospect in the ACBL in 2007, faced the minimum 21 batters since the leadoff hitter was caught stealing.

Buch was an 8th round pick of the Click here for the full story
West tops East 4-1 in ACBL All-Star game
Billy Ferriter (North Fork Ospreys) named MVP
Monday, July 12, 2010
Click here for the 2010 All-Star RostersThe West All-Stars broke open a scoreless game in the top of the 4th inning, taking a 3-0 lead. 3 runs would be all the West needed to take the 2010 All-Star Click here for the full story
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