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Bergenfield Bears 2015: John Gallagher, Jr.

John Gallagher, Jr., comes from a family of baseball lovers. In fact, he likes playing because, “My whole family loves baseball and it’s so much fun to play.” Standing at 5’7” and weighing 107 lbs., the right-handed Bergenfield Little League (BLL) P-C-1B-3B looks too tall to play at the 12u level. That being said, John plays… Continue reading

Bergenfield Bears 2015: Jason Ian Viray

As 1st basemen go, Major League Baseball has seen an imposing array of talented players. Just ask Jason Ian Viray. The 5’ 97 lb. P-1B for the 2015 Bergenfield Bears knows that in order to play first base, especially at the MLB level, a player has to play at the top of his game, every game,… Continue reading

Bergenfield Bears 2015: Giovani Gomez

Make no mistake, when Giovani Gomez dons his uniform and takes the field, he comes to play. The 5’4” 130 lb. LF-3B-1B-P-C for the inaugural Cooperstown Bears travel team likes playing baseball “because it requires Skill, Attitude, Focus, and Effort.” Although he might not have intended it, his view of the game reflects a common term… Continue reading

Bergenfield Bears 2015: Andy DeLeon

We have often heard that leaders are not born, but they emerge when the time requires it. Andy DeLeon is one of those players who shows up and steps up when his team needs him the most. Just ask his teammates on any of several championship teams where he has contributed. You could start with his… Continue reading

Zachery Radigan, Slammers Gonzalez 2015

If it’s good to have friends in high places, the Slammers’ versatile P-C-2B-3B-OF Zachery Radigan would no doubt find himself in good shape all around. Of the professional players he names as his favorites, Mike Trout, Matt Harvey, and Will Venable, he explains that, “Will Venable is my friend.” Zachery holds all three in high esteem… Continue reading

Tony Castonquay, Colorado Aces 2015

Whoever said that hard work and passion form the ingredients of which baseball legends are made must have known that Tony Castonquay would someday make his mark on the game. If the C-OF-3rd baseman for the Colorado Aces could predict the future, he would arrive in the hallowed halls of Cooperstown before you finish reading this… Continue reading

Logan Carlisle, Colorado Aces 2015

Among the life lessons that youth sports teaches, knowing where you want to go in life and having the confidence to get there rank pretty high. Logan Carlisle, OF-3B-P for the Colorado Aces, has a clear set of goals that he wants to attain. Without a second thought, he tells you that he wants “to become… Continue reading

New Jersey’s Finest: Mike Trout and Todd Frazier

For the second season in a row, two natives from New Jersey will be featured in this year’s MLB All-Star game. Mike Trout from Millville, NJ and Todd Frazier from Teaneck, NJ were both voted by the fans as starters in this year’s Midsummer Classic in Cincinnati, OH on July 14th.

Mike Trout laughing at the… Continue reading

Baseball in the Northeast

I don’t think there’s anything that can truly compare to playing baseball in the northeast region of America. From personal experience, I can tell you that I have played or practiced in nearly every weather condition. The northeast can feature scorching heat, bitter coldness, gusting winds and rainy days. As nasty as the weather can get… Continue reading

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