Midville Dodgers to hold open tryouts March 15

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The MV Dodgers play in the top leagues in the Metropolitan area and prepare high school players for college baseball scholarships. The teams also travel to out of state tournaments including the USABF tournament in San Diego, Calif. for the last seven years.

This season the Midville Dodgers will award a limited number of full and partial summer scholarships with expenses paid for qualified players.

Scheduled tryout times are as follows:

9 a.m. Freshmen Division 13 and under (players born on or after 8/1/89)

Coach Steve Contino 718-641-8552

Sophomore Division 14 and under (players born on or after 8/1/88)

Coach Anthony Macchirole 718- 429-0422 or 718-672-1889

12 p.m. Junior Division 15- and 16-year-olds (players born on or after 8/1/86)

Coach William Schindler 718-446-6454

2 p.m. Senior Division 17- and 18-year-olds (players born on or after 8/1/84);

Coach Greg Bianchini 718-805-3784

The Midville Dodgers are also planning a college team, ages 18 to 23 years old. Players wishing to register can call 718-651-5865 and leave their name and phone number.

For more information and directions call (718) 651-5865 or e-mail

Posted 7:02 pm, October 10, 2011
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