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Tri-County Senior Legion Baseball

Andover, Hebron, Lebanon, Marlborough

2016 Early Tryouts
To be eligible for Tri-County Senior Legion in 2016, a player's parent(s) must reside in Andover, Hebron, Lebanon or Marlborough. Players must be born in 1997 or later. Early tryouts information:

  • Dates: Sunday, March 6 (3-6 p.m.) and Saturday, March 12 (4-7 p.m.)
  • Location: CNR Sports Corps, 11 Tyler Drive, North Franklin
  • Note: Because of space restrictions, players likely will not attend the entire block of time each day. Times will be assigned based on number of particpants.

    Players named to the team through the early tryout should plan on attending a mandatory player/parent meeting the week of March 13 (details TBD) to complete the registration process, including payment of non-refundable player fees.

    Any player who is interested in participating must email their information to GM Len Lampugnale at lampugnale@comcast.net in advance of the tryout dates.
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    State And Zone Website
    If you want more information on Connecticut American Legion Baseball, check the
    state website, which is updated regularly. During the season, go there for 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: Pollock With D-Backs
    After a strong 2014 season with the Arizona Diamondbacks, outfielder A.J. Pollock (Hebron/Marlborough) was the team's starting centerfielder in 2015 and was selected to his first All-Star Game. Pollock made his major-league debut with the Diamondbacks early in the 2012 season and picked up his first hit on April 23, 2012.

    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.

    T-C Alumni Report: Former Players On College Teams
    Tri-County Senior Legion is proud to have several former players competing for spots on college rosters for the spring 2016 season, along with dozens of former players who played at the next level. If there are players who are missing from the following lists, or if you have some information that would interest Tri-County fans, please email Len Lampugnale at lampugnale@comcast.net.
    Other T-C alumni who have recently competed at the collegiate level:
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