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Tri-County Senior Legion Baseball

Andover, Hebron, Lebanon, Marlborough

2014 Summer Legion Information
To be eligible for Tri-County Senior Legion in 2014, a player's parent(s) must reside in Andover, Hebron, Lebanon or Marlborough. Players must be born in 1995 or later. Any player who is interested in receiving more information on T-C Legion should email GM Len Lampugnale at

State And Zone Website
Connecticut American Legion Baseball launched a new statewide website for the 2013 season that includes daily updated Zone standings, schedules, team rosters and more. Click here to access the Zone 7 section of the website. Click here for Tri-County's home page on the state site.

T-C Alumni Report: Former Players On College Teams
Tri-County Senior Legion is proud to have more than a dozen former players on college rosters during the spring, 2014 season:
  • Eric Anderson (Hebron, Sr.): Lafayette University / Player bio / Statistics
  • Will Dalton (Hebron, Fr.): Eastern Connecticut State University / Player bio / Statistics
  • Andy Doolittle (Hebron, Sr.): Clark University / Player bio / Statistics
  • Pat Doolittle (Hebron, Sr.): Muhlenberg College / Player bio / Statistics
  • Brett Dootson (Marlborough, So.): Keene State University / Player bio / Statistics
  • Mario Fontanella (Hebron, Fr.): Ramopo College / Player bio / Statistics
  • Alex King (Lebanon, Sr.): Elms College / Player bio / Statistics
  • Baylor Lapointe (Hebron, Fr.): UConn-Avery Point / Player bio / Statistics
  • Tyler Pogmore (Lebanon, Sr.): Roger Williams University / Player bio / Statistics
  • Travis Salois (Marlborough, Fr.): Brevard College / Player bio / Statistics
  • Steve Starr (Lebanon, Jr.): Springfield College / Player bio / Statistics
  • Jake Tarbox (Lebanon, Fr.): Springfield College / Player bio / Statistics
  • Aedin Wadja (Lebanon, So.): Elms College / Player bio / Statistics

  • And other T-C alumni who have recently competed at the collegiate level:
  • Erik Ackerman (Andover): Community College of Rhode Island, 2005-07
  • Joe Bender (Lebanon): Western New England College, 2009-10
  • Evan Chamberlain (Hebron): Eastern Connecticut State University, 2009-13
  • Mark DiTommaso (Hebron): Western New England College, 2008-12
  • Matt Fitton (Lebanon): Sacred Heart University, 2007-11
  • Cody Garray (Andover): UConn-Avery Point, 2006-08
  • Matt Grosso (Marlborough): UConn/Maine/Notre Dame, 2006-11
  • Aaron Guilbeault (Lebanon): Manchester Community College, 2008
  • Chris Kessing (Andover): Assumption, 2004-07
  • Gregg Kirkpatrick (Lebanon): Wheaton College, 2011-13
  • Shawn Lonardelli (Lebanon): Lyndon State College, 2008-11
  • A.J. Pollock (Marlborough/Hebron): Notre Dame, 2006-09
  • Ryan Quinn (Lebanon): Southern New Hampshire University, 2005-09
  • Jeff Raymond (Marlborough): MCC, 2006-08 // Keene State, 2008-10
  • Tyler Repoli (Andover): Southern Connecticut State, 2010-12
  • Tim Reiser (Marlborough): Scranton (Pa.), 2004-08
  • Sean Scanlon (Lebanon): Roger Williams University, 2008-10
  • Kyle Schilling (Andover): Springfield College, 2011-12
  • Liam Shea (Lebanon): Western New England College, 2007-08
  • Beriah Smith (Lebanon): Catholic University, 2009-13
  • Alex Soucy (Marlborough): Quinnipiac University, 2009-10
  • Casey Szuba (Lebanon): Eastern Connecticut State University, 2012-13
  • Complete list of Legion players from Connecticut currently playing in college

    If we are missing any players, or if you have some information that would interest Tri-County fans, please email Len Lampugnale at

    T-C Alumni Report: Pollock With D-Backs
    Outfielder A.J. Pollock (Hebron/Marlborough) spent the entire 2013 season with the Arizona Diamondbacks and is expected to be the team's starting centerfielder in 2014. Pollock made his major-league debut with the Arizona Diamondbacks early in the 2012 season and returned for a September call-up. He picked up his first hit on April 23, 2012.

    Click here to check for his most up-to-date stats.

    Pollock, who was the 17th overall pick in the 2009 draft out of Notre Dame, played three summers with the Tri-County American Legion team under his father, Al Pollock, and Al Garray. As a shortstop with the T-C Legion team (then known as Legion East), Pollock was the youngest player selected for 2003 Legion "Futures Game" (.418 in 46 games). He followed that up with back-to-back All-Star selections in Zone 7, batting .472 in 44 games in 2004 and .464 in 43 games in 2005, when he was also a recipient of the Zone 7 Sportsmanship Award.

    In January, 2012, he was honored as Connecticut's American Legion Alumnus / Minor League Player of the Year at the annual Hot Stove Dinner.

    Watch Pollock's first career hit // Watch Pollock's first career HR

    Some Helpful Links

  • Tri-County Baseball, Inc.
  • American Legion Baseball national site
  • American Legion Baseball state of Connecticut site
  • Farmington Bank/Vantis Life Baseball League: Good for directions to lots of fields
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