photo by Mark Kasprzyk The Falmouth Commodores were presented the 2015 CCBL Commissioner's Cup by Commissioner Paul Galop prior to the final game of the season.
The Cup is given to the franchise that "demonstrates the highest level of integrity and professionalism on and off the field, ensuring and enhancing the championship caliber of the Cape Cod Baseball League."
This is a wonderful and prestigious honor, and the organization is blessed to have all associated with the team
be recognized in this way.
For the full story, please click here for the CCBL news link.
Commodores saddened by loss of Patrick Loftus
The Falmouth Commodores have lost a great board member recently. Patrick Loftus, Board Member and dedicated Broadcast Media Coordinator, passed away on December 10th. His contributions to the club were tremendous, well appreciated, and will be sorely missed by all.
Moving to Falmouth from New Jersey over 10 years ago, Pat was not only involved with the Commodores, but was Assistant Treasurer for Grace Memorial Chapel in Menahaunt as well as helped to lead the local Book Club in his neighborhood. We cannot fault Pat for his one weakness, rooting for the New York Yankees. In fact, it just endeared him to more people as they grew to recognize his great knowledge for the game of baseball.
Godspeed Pat, we miss you very much.
Steve Kostas Resigns as Commodores President
Steve Kostas, Falmouth Commodores President since 2013, has resigned his post as his family has moved to Florida. For the complete story from CapeCodPulse.com, please click here.
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Commodores Announce New Scoreboard Operational
The Falmouth Commodores are pleased and excited to announce that a new scoreboard has been installed at Arnie Allen Diamond at Guv Fuller Field.
The scoreboard features 10 full innings, multi feature information to follow the game as well as a low energy source with solar panels powering the electric batteries to sustain power during each game.
For the full story and an artist's rendition of the new scoreboard, please click our feature story on the Commodores Blog written by Volunteer Media Intern, Zane Moses.
* The Falmouth Commodores, in a novel effort to reach out to its fan base,
held it's first Hot Dog Reception with Homer on July 29th 2015.
We are already looking forward to next summer and seeing returning and new Kid's Club members enjoy a game at Guv Fuller.
The Kid's Club is a membership organization targeting boys and girls in kindergarten through grade 6. For more information and to sign up, click our Kid's Club page!
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