NECBL All-Star Game

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The New England Collegiate Baseball League All-Star Game is an annual baseball game between the NECBL's Eastern and Western Divisions. The All-Star Game usually takes place from mid- to late July. Prior to the game a Home Run Derby is held and, since the 2007 All-Star Game, a Special Skill Competition for Most Accurate Arm and Fastest Runner.

Game results[edit]

Year Winning Team Score Venue Host Team Attendance MVP[1]
1994 Bristol Nighthawks 6-0[2] Muzzy Field Bristol Nighthawks
1995 Matt Zawalich, Waterbury Barons
1996 Dana Forsberg, Central Mass Collegians
1997 Keith Surkont, Rhode Island Reds
1998 Fuessenich Park Torrington Twisters Clarke Caudill, Middletown Giants
1999 Mark Malaska, Danbury Westerners
2000 Alumni Field Keene Swamp Bats Jon Watterson, Keene Swamp Bats
Cy Hess, Eastern Tides
2001 National Division 9-4[3] Northwest Park Manchester Silkworms 776 Joe Apotheke, Danbury Westerners
2002 National Division 4-3[4] Eastern Baseball Stadium Thread City Tides 1,000 Rocky Baker, Keene Swamp Bats
2003 Northern Division 6-0[5] Warren H. Doane Diamond at Memorial Field Concord Quarry Dogs 1,326 Josh DiScipio, Concord Quarry Dogs
2004 Southern Division 7-4[6] Montpelier Recreation Field Vermont Mountaineers 4,127 P.J. Antoniato, Manchester Silkworms
2005 Southern Division 7-2[7] Cardines Field Newport Gulls 2,856 Chris Cates, North Adams SteepleCats
2006 Northern Division 6-2[8] Alumni Field Keene Swamp Bats 3,183 Cheyne Hurst, Keene Swamp Bats
2007 Southern Division 8-0[9] Joe Wolfe Field North Adams SteepleCats 4,210 Ozzie Borrell, North Adams SteepleCats[1]
2008 Southern Division 5-2[10] Fuessenich Park Torrington Twisters 2,314 Mike Melillo, Newport Gulls
2009 West Division 6-5 Mackenzie Stadium Holyoke Blue Sox 4,906[11] Jake Rosenbeck, Holyoke Blue Sox
2010 East Division 12-0 Cardines Field Newport Gulls 2,852 Jason Banos, North Shore Navigators
2011 East Division 3-1 Fraser Field North Shore Navigators 2,112 Jack Reinheimer, Newport Gulls
2012 West Division 11-6 Montpelier Recreation Field Vermont Mountaineers 2,106 Johnny Mishu Vermont Mountaineers
2013 East Division 2-1 Robbie Mills Field Laconia Muskrats 1,012 Joe Torres Laconia Muskrats
2014 TBD TBD Mackenzie Stadium Holyoke Blue Sox TBD TBD

Home Run Derby winners[edit]

Year Winner[1] Team
1997 Steven Wright Torrington Twisters
1998 Gil Barkman Keene Swamp Bats
1999 Jeff Keppinger Keene Swamp Bats
2000 Val Majewski Eastern Tides
2001 Mike Bohlander Newport Gulls
2002 Mike Wagner North Adams SteepleCats
2003 Kyle Keen Keene Swamp Bats
2004 Doug Hehner Manchester Silkworms
2005 John Fitzpatrick Manchester Silkworms
2006 Matt Sutton Concord Quarry Dogs
2007 Kyle Bellows Holyoke Giants
2008 Michael Olt Danbury Westerners
2009 Jacob Rogers Keene Swamp Bats
2010 Ben Klafczynski Keene Swamp Bats

See also[edit]