BETHLEHEM CENTRAL EAGLES June 10 2016 Bethlehem Baseball Awards Banquet
BETHLEHEM CENTRAL EAGLES  June 10, 2016 Bethlehem Baseball Awards Banquet
Varsity Team 2016 Congratulations Class of 2016 Special thanks to team managers Mitch Young and Zane Thompson Special thanks to Assistant Varsity Coach Sean Danahy For all his help
Varsity Team 2016  Congratulations Class of 2016   Special thanks to team managers  Mitch Young and Zane Thompson  Special...
2016 VARSITY EAGLES HEAD COACH Matt Rehbit ASSISTANT COACH Sean Danahy CAPTAINS Jake Smith and Andrew Wollner MANAGERS Mitch Young and Zane Thompson 1 Jon Hogg Senior 3 Dylan Rodriguez Junior 4 Justin Barach Senior 5 Steven Mendleson Junior 7 Reilly Pelow Junior 8 Jack Rooney Senior 9 Ned Engelbride Senior 11 Brian Harder Junior 12 James Hartunian Senior 15 Craig Niehaus Senior 21 Andrew Wollner Senior 23 David Montalvo Sophomore 24 Jake Smith Senior 32 Nick Mazone Senior 33 Matt Miller Senior 42 Mike Cubello Senior 44 Thomas Salamida Junior 55 Trevor Kniffin Senior
2016 VARSITY EAGLES  HEAD COACH   Matt Rehbit ASSISTANT COACH  Sean Danahy CAPTAINS  Jake Smith and Andrew Wollner MANAGER...
PROGRAM AGENDA WELCOME HEAD VARSITY COACH REHBIT Slideshow of all levels with a special presentation for seniors TEAM PRESENTATIONS MODIFIED COACH PALMER FRESHMAN COACH LANCHANTIN JUNIOR VARSITY COACH LEACH VARSITY COACH REHBIT
PROGRAM AGENDA WELCOME HEAD VARSITY COACH REHBIT Slideshow of all levels with a special presentation for seniors  TEAM PRE...
Good Luck Underclassmen Reilly Pelow Brian Harder Thomas Salamida Dylan Rodriguez David Montalvo Steven Mendleson
Good Luck Underclassmen  Reilly Pelow  Brian Harder  Thomas Salamida  Dylan Rodriguez  David Montalvo Steven Mendleson
1 Jon Hogg Jon began playing baseball at the age of five He fell in love with the game playing wiffle ball with neighbors Ned Pat and Cooper He continued to play baseball throughout Little League Some of his best memories came from TriVillage whether it was on the field playing wall ball or devouring popcorn chicken Jon made numerous All Star teams and has had great memories every year When Jon was 12 he had the opportunity to play at Cooperstown Dreams Park It was an amazing experience that will stay with him for the rest of his life and he is grateful to be able to have played against some great competition Jon would also like to thank Coaches Rinaldi Niehaus Rooney Kniffin and Blumkin for helping him become the player he is today and for unforgettable moments in Travel ball Jon first made Modified Baseball in 8th grade and continued to play through Freshman JV and Varsity He would like to thank Coaches Palmer Tyler Rehbit and Danahy for playing key roles in helping him improve his skills Jon would also like to thank his teammates for the tremendous support and making baseball some of the best days he has had and greatest memories he will never forget He would like to give a special thank you to his parents and sister Michaela for supporting him through the years and cheering him on every game rain or shine They have always been there for Jon and without them he wouldn t be the player or person he is today His father s countless hours of throwing with him hitting flyballs and just talking the game of baseball is a big factor in the success Jon has had as a player Jon will attend Western New England University in the fall where he will be majoring in Forensic Biology and plans to continue his baseball career Finally he wishes his fellow seniors success in their future endeavors and to all of the underclassmen the best of luck in their future baseball careers
 1 Jon Hogg Jon began playing baseball at the age of five. He fell in love with the game playing wiffle ball with neighbor...
4 Justin Barach Justin is very fortunate to have many years of baseball memories to look back on as he finishes his senior year Baseball began with his dad and himself always playing a game of catch out in the back yard to his father signing him up for t ball when he was five After t ball Justin continued playing baseball through Tri village Little League all the way up to when he was 12 years old playing Majors Over the years he was fortunate to play on several All Star teams play at Cooperstown and win a Babe Ruth State Championship Through baseball Justin has learned many skills such as teamwork drive competiveness goal setting and the value of hard work He made plenty of friendships that have continued through his senior year of high school Justin continued playing for Bethlehem for years after Majors Middle School Babe Ruth Freshman JV and finally varsity but his best memories are going to Magee Park on Saturdays to just hang out and watch baseball with his friends Justin is thankful and appreciates all the help from coaches that have made him the baseball player he is today He feels especially grateful for Coach Niehaus and Coach Rooney for all the years on their baseball travel teams winning countless numbers of games and championships He is also grateful for all of his coaches that took the time out of their busy lives to make him a better baseball player Coach Rehbit picked Justin during his sophomore and senior year of high school and he is grateful for the support offered during those years Justin s best coaches and the ones who he learned the most in life from are his father Scott and mother Regina who have been his greatest supporters and have sacrificed hours of their own time to either help Justin with his baseball skills drive him and spend countless number of hours at his games Justin would like to also thank his parents and brothers Derek and Kyle for their support over all of those baseball seasons and for all of the fun times Baseball has allowed them to spend a lot of fun time together as a family Justin will be attending Mercyhurst University in the fall enrolled in their Finance Program and hopes to play baseball for the Mercyhurst Lakers
 4 Justin Barach Justin is very fortunate to have many years of baseball memories to look back on as he finishes his senio...
8 Jack Rooney Jack started playing baseball at Tri Village Little League in T ball at the age of 6 Jack played at all the levels of little league and thoroughly enjoyed his second home at Magee Park Jack was selected for All Stars at the age of 8 and made it every year after Jack and his team in Majors had the privilege to represent Tri Village in the City and County tournament This is one of Jack s fondest moments from Tri Village little league as his team advanced to the semi finals Jack was fortunate to be selected to play for a travel team at the age of 8 where he continued to develop his love for the game Jack built great friendships during this time and these bonds are still strong today Jack has many fond memories with his teammates and their families at the many games and tournaments over the years Some of the best memories were at the overnight tournaments at Dan Duquette s All Star Village and Cooperstown Dreams Park Jack went on to continue to play baseball for Bethlehem Babe Ruth During this time Jack was on teams that won District and State titles His 15 year old All Star team advanced to the quarterfinals of Mid Atlantic Regionals which was farther than any other Bethlehem All Star team has ever gone Jack then went on to play for Bethlehem Mickey Mantle and Connie Mack and was selected to play for the Capital District Chiefs of ENYCM where he played with other players from the Suburban Council Jack greatly appreciates all of the help and support from his numerous coaches throughout his many years of baseball He especially wants to thank Mr Niehaus for starting the travel team at an early age and teaching him the fundamentals of the game Jack is also thankful for Coach Rehbit and the three years he coached Jack as these years have been some of the most memorable years of baseball Jack would also like to thank Alan Martell Mr Flynn Coach Kniffin Coach Palmer Coach Tyler Tim Blumkin and Coach Danahy for all their time and guidance over the years Jack is grateful for his dad for being his coach and mentor from the very first T Ball practice right up thru his senior year of High School Baseball He is also appreciative of his mom for coming to every game she could possibly make and her never ending encouragement and support Jack is also thankful for his brother Kevin who brought out a competitive side of him and was always pushing him to do better Jack wants to wish the best of luck to all of his fellow seniors in college Jack will be attending Roger Williams University in the fall where he will pursue playing baseball and majoring in Marine Biology or Business
 8 Jack Rooney Jack started playing baseball at Tri-Village Little League in T-ball at the age of 6. Jack played at all th...
9 Ned Engelbride Ned has grown up with a bat in his hand playing organized baseball since the age of 5 Ned played Little League at Magee Park from T ball all the way through Majors His T ball coaches Mike McLaren and Larry Dole taught Ned to enjoy the game Ned left Tri Village after making All Stars every year and new friends every time he suited up For travel ball Ned played for Eric Niehaus and Mike Rooney on a team that stayed together all the way till they were 15 years old The Bethlehem Eagles traveled to Cooperstown twice and Dan Duquette s three times winning that tournament every time The Eagles also won an Eastern New York State Title their last year together and played in the Mid Atlantic Regional Ned would like to thank all his travel coaches including Alan Martell Bill Flynn Trace Hicks and Scott Kniffin as well as his teammates as the memories and friendships he gained will last him a lifetime Ned began playing baseball for Bethlehem Central High School when he was in 9th grade playing on the Freshman team for Coach Todd Tyler As a sophomore Ned played JV ball for Coach Rehbit and with Coaches Rehbit and Danahy on the Varsity team in 11 th and 12th grade Ned s commitment to the game of baseball didn t stop at the end of the high school season he played baseball in the summer months for many Babe Ruth Mickey Mantle and Connie Mack teams Ned would like to thank the coaches that took their time teaching Ned not only the game but how to become a better man In addition to baseball Ned played travel hockey in the Fall and Winter months and continued to play for the BCHS hockey team for two years Ned helped bring the BC Eagles to sectionals both years earning a Section 2 All Star team honor his senior year Ned would like to give special thanks to his family his parents Ed and Mary Beth and his two younger siblings Pat and Maeve Through the support of his family Ned has been able to succeed both on and off the baseball field and hockey rink Growing up on the circle Ned was surrounded by the support of family and his friends He remembers fondly the days when he and Pat along with neighbor and fellow Varsity player Jonathan Hogg would take infield and batting practice with Ed and Mike Hogg They would stay out late into the night throwing a glow in the dark baseball hitting wiffle balls with the Bellizzi s and playing hotbox pickle through a hurricane Ned will take these and other great memories to the University of Maryland in the fall
 9 Ned Engelbride Ned has grown up with a bat in his hand, playing organized baseball since the age of 5. Ned played Littl...
12 James Hartunian James loves the game of baseball and looks back on his days playing with his teams at Tri Village Little League Bethlehem Babe Ruth Bethlehem Travel and Bethlehem High School with great fondness He made some of his closest friends and worked with some amazing coaches over the years He experienced the joy that comes with winning big games and the disappointment that necessarily follows when things don t go as planned but through it all baseball has taught James that time honored lesson it s not whether you win or lose but how you play that counts James has particularly fond memories of playing on many of Coach Craig Miller s All Star squads including the time when Coach Miller entered him into the lineup the day after he had been hit in the eye with a foul ball at a Valley Cats game at Joe Bruno Stadium when an overeager adult shoved James causing him to catch the foul ball with his eye instead of his glove James has great memories of his Cooperstown experiences as well as his many Bethlehem Babe Ruth Travel and High School games Many thanks to his teammates for sharing the fun and to the adults parent volunteers coaches including Coach Rehbit and the entire BCSD staff and league administrators for their hard work dedication and unselfish service to our town s baseball programs In the fall James will attend Plattsburgh State University where he will study business play baseball and pursue his love of the great outdoors
 12 James Hartunian James loves the game of baseball and looks back on his days playing with his teams at Tri Village Litt...
15 Craig Niehaus Craig has been living at baseball fields since he was born whether it be playing working or watching He first learned the game from his father and all of his siblings in the backyard Craig started playing at Tri Village as soon as he could He played on the All Star teams and also played Travel Baseball beginning at the age of 8 under the coaching of his father and Mr Rooney Craig played on the modified baseball team in 8th Grade and was the manager for the Freshman and JV teams He was also a part of the 15 year old Babe Ruth All Star team that made it to Regionals Craig would like to thank Coach Tyler for teaching him so much more about the game mentally and Coach Rehbit for an amazing senior year He would also like to thank his teammates and family for their support over the years Craig will be attending Clarkson University in the fall studying Mechanical Engineering
 15 Craig Niehaus Craig has been living at baseball fields since he was born, whether it be playing, working or watching. ...
21 Andrew Wollner Ever since he can remember Andrew has viewed baseball as more than just a game it is his passion and the source of many of his favorite times with family and friends Since preschool Andrew has spent hours with a bat and glove in his hands with some of his best memories coming from playing at Albany s National Little League and Tri Village where he played on All Star teams every year with many of the same seniors he plays with now on the varsity team Andrew played positions all over the diamond but always found himself coming back to his favorite position catcher As he puts it It s the only position you get to see the whole field Baseball has been a major part of Andrew s life as well as his two older brothers Michael and Sam since they were little kids playing Little League Even though they all enjoyed playing competitively the best times were spent playing wiffle ball in the backyard or hitting ground balls to each other on the street When they went out in the backyard there were no coaches or umpires or screaming parents just three brothers having fun Baseball is something that has brought his family closer together Years ago Andrew s family started a tradition of traveling to ballparks around the country on vacations As of last summer they have been to twentyfour major league stadiums across the country Along the way they have seen incredible cities and historical sites and eaten delicious and sometimes messy meals from barbecue ribs in St Louis to sushi in San Francisco Andrew would like to give a shout out to all of his coaches from Little League Babe Ruth and Connie Mack especially coaches Carrk Miller and Blumkin and his Freshman year coach Tyler He would like to extend a special thank you to varsity coaches Rehbit and Danahy for the amount of time dedication and enthusiasm they gave to the team through the high school year Andrew would also like to thank his Dad for playing catch and his Mom for watching countless Yankees games together He would also like to express his gratitude to his grandparents and brothers who watched him play come rain sleet or sunshine Finally Andrew would like to thank his teammates for years of great baseball and fun times Andrew will attend Ithaca College this fall and plans to major in Sports Media He hopes to continue playing baseball in college as well as being a lifetime spectator of the game and possibly being a coach someday
 21 Andrew Wollner Ever since he can remember, Andrew has viewed baseball as more than just a game  it is his passion and ...
24 Jake Smith Jake started playing baseball in his yard with his family when he was three years old He first played t ball at Tri Village Little League when he was five years old He made his first all star team when he was seven representing Plaza Motors Oakland A s team He went on to make the all star team every year at Tri Village It culminated with winning the Majors Championship under the management of Coach Montalvo The game of baseball changed for Jake when he was 8 and was asked to play travel baseball for Coach Niehaus and Coach Rooney Every weekend from May through August was spent playing double headers from Utica to Glens Falls Having no home field truly defined it as travel baseball This team won championships at Dan Duquette in Massachusetts traveled to All Star Village in Cooperstown and competed in a final tournament at Cooperstown Dreams Park where he hit his first grand slam He would like to thank Coach Niehaus and Coach Rooney for giving up time with their own families to create a baseball family Jake will never forget Jake started playing baseball for Bethlehem High School in eighth grade when he played Freshman baseball for Coach Todd Tyler He played JV baseball as a Freshman and first made Varsity Baseball his sophomore year He was honored to be named as a Suburban Council Second Team All Star in 2014 He continued to play travel baseball for Bethlehem Babe Ruth and Connie Mack In the summer of 2015 he played for the South Troy Dodgers and traveled to Atlanta Georgia to play in the Perfect Game World Series Jake would like to thank the many coaches that he has had the privilege of playing for over the years especially Coach Tyler Coach Blumkin Coach Helm Coach Danahy and Coach Rehbit Jake would like to give special thanks to his family for their dedication to baseball He would like to thank his dad for keeping it real after every game and giving him opportunities to work with many different coaches He would like to thank his mom for being at every game and supporting him no matter the outcome He would like to a give special thanks to his grandma for cheering him on at almost every game since Little League Baseball has allowed Jake to develop friendships that will hopefully last a lifetime except for Nick Mazone Jake hates Nick Mazone In the fall Jake will be attending SUNY New Paltz where he will major in Accounting and will continue his baseball career
 24 Jake Smith Jake started playing baseball in his yard with his family when he was three years old. He first played t-ba...
32 Nick Mazone Whether it was at the small Tee Ball field at Magee Park or at the big always well kept field at Bethlehem High School Nick has always loved the sport of baseball Nick learned from an early age to not get upset over a mishap in a game and to just act as if you don t care This mindset has helped Nick excel in not only his gameplay but also in life as a whole As Nick meandered his way through TriVillage and Babe Ruth he progressively became more talented thanks to his coaches Shout out Mr Miller There is however one man who has done more for Nick than he will ever be able to thank him for his dad Not only has Mr Mazone taught him most of what he knows as a baseball player but he has also taught him everything he knows about how to be a man He taught him to always be confident in his own abilities and also to always stick up for himself which Nick believes are two of the most valuable lessons he has learned in his life Nick hopes that players coming up through the Bethlehem Baseball system can learn from him and his not caring mentality Nick has been quoted as saying The key is to care but not too much Nick is thankful that Coach Rehbit has accepted his mindset He also is thankful for having a Coach like Rehbs who he can joke around and have fun with Nick would also like to give a shoutout to Coach Danahy for his always solid fist bumps and also to Harold for letting him be himself Nick s favorite moments from his baseball career do not take place on the field His favorite moments are the team bonding that has taken place after games whether it was getting food or going to somebody s house Nick has always enjoyed the team bonding and is grateful that he has been blessed with such great teammates along the way except for Jake Smith Nick hates Jake Smith After graduation Nick will continue his future endeavors at Penn State where he will be engaging deep into the field of Communications Nick would like to bid farewell to all that have been a part of his adventurous ride through his baseball career by thanking them for making it a very eventful 12 years
 32 Nick Mazone Whether it was at the small Tee Ball field at Magee Park or at the big, always well-kept field at Bethlehe...
33 Matt Miller Matthew loved baseball long before he could play He spent many an afternoon at Tri Village Little League watching his older brother play eating popcorn chicken and waiting excitedly for his turn There were lots of great memories from those days including an intermediate team game where he hit three home runs He especially has great memories from the nine year old All Star Championship game when Bethlehem beat Guilderland to end a classic rivalry The trip to Cooperstown as a twelve year old was so much fun for Matthew and all the boys Games were won and lost and pins were traded but the relationships built certainly outlived that special week Baseball has been a big part of life in the Miller family From April to October every year since 2004 there s been nothing else that Matthew would rather spend time playing than baseball Matthew would like to thank his school Coaches Palmer Tyler Leach and Rehbit as well as Coaches Behrle and Bayliss with the Capital District Chiefs and Connie Mack Coach Blumkin Thanks to his mom for driving him to games and practices keeping up with the laundry buying countless Gatorades and lucky blue gummy sharks and building her schedule around baseball A special thanks to his dad who was his coach for every team until he was 16 years old He shared his love of baseball pitched to Matt when he was a catcher and caught for him now that he s a pitcher Luckily Matthew has forgiven his dad for plunking him during so many batting practices Matt will be attending SUNY Brockport in the fall to study criminal justice and environmental law He hopes to continue playing baseball as a Brockport Eagle
 33 Matt Miller Matthew loved baseball long before he could play. He spent many an afternoon at Tri Village Little League ...
42 Mike Cubello Mike has loved the game of baseball since he could first walk It all started with his dad playing wiffle ball with him for hours in the backyard Mike began his baseball career in Guilderland at Pine Bush His family moved to Bethlehem in his 5th grade year and he played at Tri Village He was never the best player on the field but that provided him with motivation to keep working harder to improve his game By the time high school rolled around Mike had made a solid group of friends through baseball that he will never forget While Mike always enjoyed his high school years he also had his share of disappointment Mike had trouble making his school baseball teams for years and it was tough on him After looking back on his experiences he now sees that his past failures provided more motivation to keep working During Mike s junior year he experienced the most pivotal moment in his life to date Being cut from the varsity team was a dream crusher but it was a much needed reality check He realized that you can t have anything you want without working for it So the next week he got back to work He managed the Varsity team because he loved the game and his friends but more importantly he got in the right state of mind From that day on Mike has not missed a day in the weight room after school and always put extra work in when nobody was watching He played for the Capital District Braves that summer where he further developed his baseball skills Mike would like to thank his travel coaches Quentin Jensen and Brendan Roberts for helping him further develop his game and his mental approach to baseball By the time senior year rolled around Mike was prepared to make the most of his last chance to make the Varsity team He was confident in himself from the first day of school to the last day of tryouts Mike s greatest baseball memory was finally after all of his perseverance and hard work getting an emotional handshake from Coach Rehbit He would like to thank both Coach Rehbit and Coach Danahy for never giving up on him and this experience has truly been the highlight of his baseball life Mike also would like to thank his brothers parents and family for helping him through rough times and always giving him extra practice outside of his travel team As parting advice Mike would offer that if there s something in your life worth fighting for come out swinging because nothing is ever handed to you Mike will be attending St Lawrence University in the Fall He hopes to continue his baseball career there as well by following the principles that he developed at BCHS
 42 Mike Cubello Mike has loved the game of baseball since he could first walk. It all started with his dad playing wiffle...
55 Trevor Kniffin Trevor started playing baseball as soon as he was old enough to pick up a ball He instantly fell in love with the game and has played ever since Once he was old enough he played tee ball at Tri Village Little League His love for the game grew stronger while spending countless days at Magee Park with his friends He will never forget spending his Saturdays playing and announcing games and playing pickle and wall ball at TVLL Trevor s best memories of playing baseball would be his No Hitter in Little League and hitting 6 home runs at Cooperstown Dreams Park His favorite season was when his 15U team won the Eastern New York State Championship and played in the Mid Atlantic Regionals Trevor will especially remember throwing a No Hitter in a 10 0 win against Niskayuna in the State Title Game that same year Throughout the years Trevor has had great coaches that have molded him into the player he is today He would like to thank Coaches Niehaus Rooney Flynn Martell Miller Rinaldi and of course Kniffin a k a his Father He would also like to thank his coaches from All Stars Academy Austin Chase Leo Corvino and Anthony Pizzo for their part in making him a better player as well Trevor would also like to extend a thank you to the coaches in the Bethlehem program Coaches Palmer Tyler Leach Danahy and Rehbit thank you for your time and effort in helping our teams become successful Because of your knowledge of the game Trevor is a better player and more importantly a better person because of what you have taught him Lastly Trevor would like to thank his family for all their love and support throughout his life His Mom Lisa and Dad Scott have been everything he could ever ask for in parents Thank you for driving to games every weekend and thank you for sitting through all those games He would especially like to thank his two sisters Callie and Sadie for being truly amazing sisters I love you guys Trevor will be attending Southern Vermont College in the fall to study Sports Management In addition he accepted a spot on the Varsity Baseball team to continue his love for the game at the college ranks
 55 Trevor Kniffin Trevor started playing baseball as soon as he was old enough to pick up a ball. He instantly fell in lo...
2016 JV EAGLES HEAD COACH Rick Leach ASSISTANT COACH Mike Graves 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 17 19 20 23 Ryan Zigrosser Sophomore Nick Mosier Sophomore Sean Turner Sophomore David Garcia Sophomore David Sausto Sophomore Peter McGinn Sophomore Josh Bein Freshman Spencer McMahon Sophomore Jack Field Sophomore Cameron Scoons Sophomore Gavin Heffernan Sophomore Andrew Hicks Junior Brendan Egan Sophomore Matt Wise Sophomore Colin Baker Junior Colby Nash Sophomore Trey Sgroi Sophomore Arlo Marynczak Sophomore
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2016 FRESHMAN EAGLES HEAD COACH  Dan Lanchantin  1  2  3  4  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  15  16  18  19  22  Mike Mullen  Fres...
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Top Row Trevor Kniffin Jon Hogg James Hartunian Andrew Wollner Middle Row Jack Rooney Nick Mazone Jake Smith Justin Barach Bottom Row Matt Miller Mike Cubello Ned Engelbride Craig Niehaus GUESS WHO
Top Row  Trevor Kniffin, Jon Hogg, James Hartunian, Andrew Wollner Middle Row  Jack Rooney, Nick Mazone, Jake Smith, Justi...
Dear BC Baseball Parents We would just like to thank all of the parents for their continued support of the baseball program Our program always has many obstacles to overcome each year something we could not do without your support The budget is often a huge financial hurdle and we always have our facility issues Nevertheless with your help supporting our Booster Club we have managed to pay for non league games umpires uniforms etc In addition we would like to thank all of the parents who manage to get their kids to practice in our ever changing spring schedule attend all home and away contests buy large amounts of cookie dough and cheer for BC baseball in a positive manner Your financial and emotional support is essential for our program to remain strong and is always much appreciated Thank YouDear BC Baseball Players Our program experienced a great deal of success at all four levels this year The varsity program finished over 500 and secured a spot in sectionals for the first time in years After a slow start the JV team went on a hot streak beating many of our leagues best teams over the second half of the year Rookie coach Dan Lanchantin improved the freshman team greatly from last year And Dave Palmer always is the class of the modified league However as a program we are still in need of a great deal of change in order to regain our status as one of the elite programs of the Suburban Council The first thing we want all players to accomplish in the off season is a tireless commitment to fitness We need to get bigger faster and stronger if we want to improve in all phases of the game In addition we must work on all facets of the game not just hitting in order to achieve our goals In the off season we encourage you all to play as much baseball as possible at the highest level in order to fine tune your skills for next season As one of the smallest schools in Class AA baseball we must work harder than the competition if we want to excel Please email your summer league baseball schedules so that we can see you perform in the summer Good luck and please keep working hard Sincerely The BC Baseball Coaching Staff
Dear BC Baseball Parents  We would just like to thank all of the parents for their continued support of the baseball progr...
Bethlehem Baseball would like to Thank Coach Dave Palmer for 13 years of Coaching the Modified Baseball Team
Bethlehem Baseball would like to Thank Coach Dave Palmer for 13 years of Coaching the Modified Baseball Team
Senior Night at Bob Bellizzi Field May 12 2016
Senior Night at Bob Bellizzi Field May 12, 2016