Category: From the Woo

FCBL’s Organization, Executive of the Year Awards Presented to Worcester

WEYMOUTH, Mass. — Commissioner Joe Paolucci has announced that the Worcester Bravehearts were chosen as the Futures Collegiate Baseball League’s Organization of the Year. The Bravehearts earned the league’s top honor for the fourth time in their six seasons (2014, 2016, 2017, and 2019) as they continue to help raise the bar for summer collegiate Read More …

Always say goodbye

Always say goodbye, because you never know if you will get the chance.  That happened to me this past weekend.   I used to travel a lot and in the spring my baseball umpiring duties force me to miss or reschedule some things, including attending mass.  On average I would say I attend mass 45 out Read More …

Trophy Kids

If you have followed me for the past few years, I gravely apologize.  You will know that I am sports coach and official.  Being a basketball coach and being a baseball umpire are two things that I truly love to do.  As you can imagine I have come across a whole cast of characters in Read More …

Food Truck Revolution

I have always been a fan of food trucks.  Quick and convenient comfort food that a brick and mortar restaurant can’t provide.  Last year I went and saw the movie “Chef”.  After coming out of the theater two things were on my mind. First, I really wanted a Cuban style sandwich and secondly, we need more Read More …

East Side Babe Ruth Spring Registration

The East Side Babe Ruth is currently holding online Registration for the upcoming season.  Cost is $125 per player.  You can register by going to their Facebook page and click sign up, or register at www.eastsidebaberuth.com.  The age group is 13-15 and if they played Little League at either Tom Ash, Joe DiMaggio, Lou Gehrig or Read More …