Our sincere thanks to the following

Our sincere thanks to the following individuals and businesses for helping to promote our sport and association initiatives:


Castleton State College (showcase host)

Vermont Lake Monsters and Oakland Athletics

SportCentral, Essex Junction

Kevin Smith Sporting Goods, St. Albans

  • Jim Billings: Former board member, Twin State Co-Founder (Retired)
  • Mike Brown: former President, board member
  • Jim Carter: former President and board member (Retired)
  • Bill Currier: Former UVM head coach, current Fairfield head coach
  • Steve Ferreira: Former VBCA treasurer and board member (Retired)
  • Bob Fredette: Sports and Fitness Edge, Williston
  • Frank Pecora: former board member; VPA baseball committee rep (Retired); current Norwich Univ. Head Coach
  • Don Perry: Twin State Selection Committee (Retired)
  • Pat Phillips: All-Star Selection Committee (Retired)
  • Don Picard: former board member (Retired)
  • Al Plante: All-Star Selection Committee; Showcase evaluations (Retired)
  • Adam Provost: Former President and Executive Director. Articles of Incorporation, Website development (VBCA and Metro Baseball), board member (Retired)
  • Chris Richard: Underclass/Junior Showcase
  • Tim Root: Former Former President, Centennial and All-Star Programs, Board of Directors (Retired)
  • Dave Saddlemire: Former President and board member (Retired)
  • Ted Shipley: Castleton State head coach
  • Bob Slayton: Former President, and board member (Retired)
  • Jeff Stetson: Former President, VPA Championship Concessions, Treasurer, board member
  • Peter Wright: Former President and board member (Retired)
  • Vermont Lake Monsters: Nate Cloutier, Kyle Bostwick, Ray Pecor, Kate Echo, Joe Doud
  • Riddell Sporting Goods: Brian Hagens
  • Oakland Athletics: Ted Polakowski, Keith Lippmann
  • Essex High School: Ed Hockenbury, AD; host 2013 and 2014 Clinic and State Meeting
  • Vermont Mountaineers: Brian Gallagher, Don Lorinovich, and the City of Montpelier

- Thanks to all the coaches and families who offer a helping hand to run the annual championship and all-star weekends and the Junior Showcase!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I played in the first Twin State Baseball game bewtween VT and NH back in 1983, and I thoroughly enjoyed the experience playing with others that I had competed against and playing for Coach Billings and Carter. Glad to see they are recognized for the great service to Vermont Baseball.

Scott Nadeau
Brattleboro 1983