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Welcome to Somerville Alibrandis Official Web Site

This the is the official site of the Somerville Highlanders Alumni /Alibrandis Baseball Team.
The team has become a dynasty in Boston's Yawkey Baseball League, winning the League Championship in 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 2005, 2006, 2007, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013. Conference Championships in 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007 made playoff apperances in 1995, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 2004 ,2005, 2006, 2007 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 and won the league Stewart Memorial Tournament in 1991, 1992 & 1998. The team has also enjoyed National Recognition starting the 2003 Season as the 11th ranked team in the United States by the National Semi-Pro Baseball Association and in 2010 was names the top team in the NSPBA May poll.

The team was founded in 1990 and in 2013 the team played its 24th season as part of Boston's Yawkey Baseball League. In that time they have sent over 30 players and coaches to take part in the YBL's annual All Star Game at Fenway Park. The teams coaching staff has managed 11 All Star Games(97,98-07) and the team has had the games MVP 7 times over the years.

The team has been sponsored by Alibrandis Barber Shop since 1994( see our sponsor section ).
The team is better know as "Somerville Alibrandis" ever since.

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Somerville Alibrandis 11th Annual Golf Tournament - Shaker Hills Country Club

The Somerville Alibrandis Baseball Club will be holding its 11th Annual Golf Tournament at Shaker Hills Country Club in Harvard, MA. This years event has 2 title sponsors, LCN Services and Barstool Sports. Beautiful golf courses are usually akin to beautiful properties and Shaker Hills in Harvard, MA is no exception. Although the dynamics of the extraordinary 2012 renovations accomplished by new owner Fred Curtis, Jr. and company truly set this golf course apart. A classic New England layout is only the starting point of adjectives to describe Shaker Hills. It is in the details of the creative renovations that one truly finds its splendor. How could anyone improve on what was previously the #1 ranked public course in Massachusetts and the #2 best new course in America? Vision. Standing in front of the club house and looking out Curtis recounts the instant feeling of potential. To his amazement, the 18th hole was nowhere to be found, finishing “a mile” away from the clubhouse. The driving range stood between the 18th hole and the club house on the right and the electric cart charging station on the left. There was an opportunity! The trick was to make it happen. Intensifying Curtis’ confidence was the beautiful land lying directly in front of the clubhouse. The Shaker Hills property sits on over 250 acres. The 30 acres in front of the club house are unique as they are “tilted” like a natural “amphitheatre” towards the clubhouse. The problem was this beautiful natural theatre of golf was distorted by the placement of the driving range and cart charging station. Curtis’ plan was hatched. He purchased the property, retained a professional golf course construction company and immediately repositioned the driving range and cart charging area making way for his new layout. Today the older Par 4, 444 yard 18th hole is now a sweeping 560 yard dogleg Par 5 finishing at the club house. Replacing the cart charging area is a creative 10,000 square foot practice green. But most importantly, is the new serene and wholesome “natural theatre” of golf that has been created as clearly depicted in the panoramic photo on the top of this page. To leverage Curtis’ theatre of golf a significant club house renovation is underway and set to be completed in May, 2013. An impressive new top deck allows dramatic single seat views of this “ampihtheatre” of golf including views of the 1st, 9th, 10th and 18th holes. The renovations at Shaker Hills also make this championship course stretch to over 7,000 yards and change it from a par of 71 to a par of 72.


NSPBA Names three Somerville Alibranids into 2014 Hall of Fame Class

The National Semi Pro Baseball Association has named its Hall of Fame Class for 2014 and three members of the Somerville Highlander Alumni/Alibrandis Baseball Club have been inducted. Team Sponsor Tony Alibrandi, Player/Coach Mike Powers and Infielder Kevin White will be enshrined in the NSPBA Hall of Fame and Museum at a ceremony in Evansville, Indiana this upcoming November. They join David Treska who was part of the inaugural class in 2013. Tony has been the primary sponsor( Alibrandis Barber Shop ) of the team since the 1993 season and in that time the team has gone on to win a record 14 YBL Championships. Mike was the winning pitcher in the teams first game in 1990 and was named to multiple All Star games, and then went on to coach the team to 10 YBL Titles in 11 seasons highlighted by 9 in a row( 1999-2008 ). Kevin white is regarded as the best second baseman in the history of the YBL. He is a 10 time YBL Champion and is the only player in league history to be a regular season, post season and all star game Most Valuable Player. All three are already members of the YBL Hall of Fame. They are also joined by Dave McKay( McKay Club/League Presidnet ) Al Thomas( sponsor AlThomas Club - 5x YBL Champ ) and Walter Bentson( umpire/umpire in chief ) from the Yawkey League who are also being inducted this fall. For full information on the Hall of Fame ceremony, please click on the headline link.


Alibrandis Honored at YBL 2013 Awards Dinner

The Somerville Alibrandis Baseball Club has been honored with awards that both have recognized the team and its players in recognition of the 2013 YBL Championship Season this past summer at the annual Yawkey Baseball League Hall of Fame Awards Dinner. Individual awards were given to Ted Dziuba who won his second consecutive Gold Glove Award at catcher and Mike Maguire won his third consecutive Gold Glove in the outfield. Dziuba also won his first Silver Slugger Award as the YBL's best hitting catcher. Brian Tanguy won his second Fireman of the Year as the best closer in the league. Bernie Driscoll won his second Manager of the Year award after leading the team to a 40 win season. David Treska was named the YBL Executive of the Year for the second time and was given a plaque in honor of his induction into the National Semi Pro Baseball Hall of Fame. The highlight of the individual awards was the induction of Mike Powers into the YBL's Hall of Fame. The team was also given awards for their division title, Franchise of the Year, Championship Awards for each player and the BoSox Trophy for the 14th time in the teams 24 year history. The YBL also honored Dziuba who played and Treska and Powers who helped with the administration of the leagues first ever Eastern Mass All Star Classic Championship.


The BoSox Club Honors the 2013 YBL Champions!

The BoSox Club, the Official Boster Club of the Boston Red Sox, honored the 2013 Yawkey Baseball League Champions Somerville Alibrandis Baseball Club at its annual Awards Luncheon, this past September at the Newton Boston Marriott. The BoSox Luncheon is an annual event that the BoSox Club runs to honor all the Champions from all of the area amatuer local baseball leagues as well as Little League, American Legion, High School and College teams from the state. This was the 14th time that the Somerville Alibrandis Baseball Team have been invited to attend this very speical event. Team President David Treska, Sponsor Tony Alibrandi, General Manager Mike Powers, and Sal Mendonca were in attendance for the event and were presented with the Championship Trophy by Boston Red Sox Hall of Famer Tommy Harper.


Alibrandis Play with YBL'ers in Winterball Game for Toys for Tots

For the firth year in this events 13 years, member of the Somerville Alibrandis Baseball Club took part in the annual Winterball Game at English High School. Winterball began as a concept in 2001 to extend the baseball season. Beginning in 2004, the game partnered with Toys for Tots and the United States Marines, requiring each player to bring a toy for a child-in-need. The tempature for the game on December 7th was 37 degrees. David Treska played in the game and Mike Powers coached this year due to injury. Along with them were YBL current and former players all helping the toy drive. For more information on this game, please click on the headline link.


Alibrandis Players Take Part in 100 Innings of Baseball for ALS

For the third year in a row members of the Somerville Alibrandis Baseball Team have taken part in the annual 100 Innings of Baseball. The game which takes over part of 2 days on Columbus Day weekend, was supported by Mike Powers, Sean Sullivan, Ted Dziuba and Mike Powers. The 100 Innings of Baseball Spectacular was born in 2004 with the arrival of Curt Schilling to the Boston Red Sox as a fundraiser for Curt's Pitch for ALS program to aid the fight against Lou Gehrig's disease. The world's longest game continues 100 straight innings and lasts about 33 consecutive hours, and to date has raised more than $600,000. This was the 10th Annual game in 2013, proceeds supported ALS through The Angel Fund. Walter Bentson, the umpire chief of the Yawkey Baseball League, continues his mission to fight ALS. For more information on this event or to donate please click on the headline link.


Somerville Alibrandis win 2013 Yawkey Baseball League Championship

For the 14th time in the teams 24 seasons of play in the Yawkey Baseball League, the Somerville Alibrandis Baseball Club defeated the Revere Rockies 4 games to 1 to win the 2013 Championship. It was a historic season for the team from Somerville as they set YBL records for regular season wins( 30 ) and for the most wins in a regular and post season( 40 ). The 40-4 year maybe a record that will stand for sometime, possibly making this the best team in team and league history. After the 30-3 regular season they swept the first two rounds( Medford 3-0 and the Braves 3-0 ) then defeated the #2 seed Revere in 5 games with a 3-0 shutout in the series clincher.


YBL Wins 2013 EMass All Star Classic Championship

The Yawkey Baseball League took home the title in the 2nd Annual Eastern Massachusetts Amateur Baseball All Star Classic Tournament by defeating the Intercity League 9-5 in 10 Innings in the opening round and then defeating the Cranberry Baseball League 7-6 at Rockland Stadium.  The team that was made up off All Star from all 16 YBL teams was lead by Eric Bellavia the manager of the East Boston Knights.  The Most Valuable Player of the tournament was the YBL's Luis Rodriquez of the Revere Rockies. 


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