The Tigers defeated the Finest 7-4 in Game 3 of the best of 3 series for the 2019 WRWBL CHAMPIONSHIP.
Congratulations to the New Rochelle Tigers for winning their 2nd WRWBL Championship!
For the first time ever, the WRWBL is announcing its Post-Season Award Winners via WRWBL.com. Awards will be handed out at the fall league meeting in September.
2019 Comeback Player of the Year: P.J. Ragone, NY Finest
2019 Sportsman of the Year: Chris Calamari, NY Bears
2019 Manager of the Year: Adam Weiss, Harrison Patriots
2019 Rookie of the Year: Patrick Gleason, Harrison Patriots
8 GP, 5 GS, 5-1, 1 SV, 38 IP, 29 H, 16 BB, 37K, 2.84 ERA, 1.18 WHIP
2019 CY Young: Joe Mandile, New Rochelle Tigers
10 GP, 9 GS, 8 CG, 8-2, 68 IP, 66 H, 5 BB, 70K, 2.51 ERA, 1.04 WHIP
2019 MVP: Charlie Galasso, Somers Cyclones
27 Games Played, 25 Runs Scored, 44 Hits, 18 2B, 1 3B, 3 HR, 27 RBI, .423 BA, .464 OBP
Stay tuned for All League and Defensive Award Winners
The New Rochelle Tigers defeated the NY Finest in a deciding 3rd game of the 2019 WRWBL Championship series Tuesday night to win their 2nd WRWBL title.
The Tigers finished in second place during the regular season behind the Finest with a 20-7 record (NYPD held the tie breaker). New Roc knocked off the Harrison Patriots in the semi final round in 3 games.
Congratulations to the Tigers!
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Any person(s) or business interested in sponsoring the New Rochelle Tigers during the 2019 season should contact team General Manager Joe Mandile via email JMandile@optonline.net or phone 646-372-6346.
Any donation is greatly appreciated.
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Tigers Player/Coach Joe Mandile was named the 2018 CUNYAC Coach of the Year after leading John Jay College to the CUNYAC Finals finishing w/ the programs best record in a decade.