Athletic Clubs of Central Park
From Central Park Historical Society Encyclopedia
Central Park Semi-Pro Baseball League
|1920-25||Hen Schaaf, infielder; Jake Schaaf, catcher; Fred Berg, pitcher; Tom Newmann, third base; John Hunt, catcher.|
|1925-30||Fred Bohnecamp, left-fielder; Jimmy Agiesta, outfield; Paul Miller, first base; George Waddell, Infielder; Mike Curcio, infielder; Pat Looney, infielder; Fred Kramer, infielder; Leo Niemczyk, catcher; Larney McGunningle, pitcher; Fred Rozzi, pitcher and infield; Pete Curcio, catcher; Dominick Greco, third base; Bob Westby, pitcher; Jim Looney, pitcher|
|1930-34|| The Red Devils: Jimmy Agiesta, left field; Dom Agiesta, right field; Tommy Rozzi, shortstop; Dominick (Chick) Rozzi, centerfield; Charlie Rozzi, pitcher and first base; Fred Rozzi, pitcher; Pip Mirando, catcher; Chappy Mirando, right field; Mike Curcio, second base; Tommy Kunz, first base; Goodie Bernard, second base; Dominick (Frank) Sabatella, catcher; Clem Joie, catcher; Rocco Mignone, right field; Tom Morselli, catcher; Frank Curcio, right field; Joe Mancuso, treasurer; Tony Mancuso, manager, and umpires -- P. Curcio and T. Morselli.
The Central Park Cubs: Joey Donolli, shortstop; Joe Schiavetta, catcher; Leo Schiavetta, second and third base; Bill Lackert, Second base?; Charlie Tallman, manager and pitcher; Pat Ficardi, manager; Ronald Cereoli, pitcher, Al Moore, first base; Al Walsh, right field; John Walsh, outfield, John Cramer, pitcher; Charles Moesch Jr., bat boy
Information provided by Tony Mancuso via Rosalie Walsh Niemczyk
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