Mashpee High School senior, Frederick Hanna, and Sturgis East High School senior, Andrew Williams, were presented the CCBUA’s Roger C. Scudder award at the association’s annual banquet Sunday June 3rd at the Brazilian Grill in Hyannis.
The Scudder award is given annually to Cape high school seniors who have demonstrated the characteristics of sportsmanship. Nominations are made by CCBUA member umpires, head coaches and athletic directors and are voted by the entire membership.
The annual CCBUA banquet will be held on Sunday June 3rd at the Brazilian Grill on Main St in Hyannis. Cocktails at 6pm, dinner at 7pm. There is no fee for active members, guests are invited and welcomed. The guest fee is $40.
Advance registration is required and can be done so by completing the information below:
Out of an abundance of scheduling and availability caution regarding the tragic events of Yarmouth Police K-9 officer Sean Gannon, we are moving the location of Monday’s 7:30pm meeting to the BARNSTABLE POLICE STATION. Please note this address change on your schedule. See you there!
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Congrats to the five CCBUA’ers that took advantage of some indoor preseason cage-work at Mashpee High School on Sunday March 11, 2018. On hand were Mike Farman, Dennis Osimo, Bob Graczewski, Jeff Underhill, and Snake Hoxie. Special thanks to mashpee’s … Continue reading
Due to the considerable weather and high winds expected into late Saturday, the mechanics clinic scheduled for March 3rd has been postponed to a later date.
Retired umpire and long-time CCBUA member and former interpreter Jim Rondeau is cleaning out the trunk of his car! Jim has three umpire mask for sale for only $10, $15, and $20, a chest protector for $150, and two plate-coats $25 and $50. If interested, contact Jim at 508-292-6994. Act fast, cause Jim is heading south soon!
John Teehan (center) accepts the James McNally Award from Mark Delaney and Michael Rabideau
The Cape Cod Baseball Umpires Association presented it’s highest honor to longtime member John Teehan Sunday at its 2017 banquet.
Mark Delaney was eloquent in his introduction of Teehan saying ” John over his 25 plus years of umpiring has truly demonstrated & in my belief exemplifies the bedrock tenets of what the McNally is all about. Over the years John has gained the admiration & respect of fellow umpires, game assignors & yes even coaches for his on & off the field professionalism as well as his keen sense, knowledge & understanding of the game of baseball and his steadfast principles to fair play as well as his passion & zeal to share his wisdom & experiences with others, which transcends far beyond the playing fields and reflects an unobstructed view & unquestioned example of John’s character not only towards this game we also hold dear to us and John’s love & loyalty to family, friends community & country.”
Teehan now joins Doug Mason and Peter Hall as the only recipients of this prestigious award.