Collegiate Baseball: Batter Up

Posted on 23 April 2010

The Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League’s Hampton Division is gearing up for its 2010 season, Sag Harbor Whalers team hats for sale at Eleven Madison, a boutique across from the Civil War monument.

Eleven Madison’s Kevin Major, is helping arrange part-time work for this summer’s players. Anyone in need of part-time employees from mid-May to late July is asked to call 917-834-7888.

Tom Gleeson is responsible for making housing arrangements. Anyone interested in housing a Whaler from May through July are asked to call 516-361-0998.

Len Kies, director of athletics at Rocky Point, and Dennis Donovan, Jr., an All-Pro Sports Academy instructor and University of Connecticut stand-out, were added to the coaching staff this week. The pair joins manager Jim Buckley, the head instructor at All-Pro and a former Red Sox catcher, in the dugout.

This season, the Hampton Division will once again include the North Fork Osprey, the Riverhead Tomcats, the Southampton Breakers, Westhampton Aviators and the Whalers. The ACBL’s other divisions are based in eastern Pennsylvania and western Long Island/northern New Jersey; there are 13 teams overall.

Initial schedules for all the teams are available online at The Whalers are due to play home games in Mashashimuet Park on Saturdays and Wednesdays at 5 p.m., the team’s home debut is set for Saturday, June 5.


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3 Responses to “Collegiate Baseball: Batter Up”

  1. Cody Bala says:

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