Originally started in 1955 as a joint venture between St. Anthony's and St. Josephs churches, the primary function of the AnJo league has always been to provide and administer a quality baseball program to the children of all ages and abilities in Eastern Niagara County.
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The objective of the camp is to provide quality instruction, while providing an atmosphere of fun and learning
The camp is run by the UB Baseball Staff:
*Head Coach-Ron Torgalski
*Assistant Coaches-- Steve Ziroli, Adam Skonieczki & Franklin Bush
Players will be rotated through stations consisting of base-running, infield, outfield, pitching and hitting.
Enrollment will be limited to ensure the greatest opportunity for improvement.
Fun and exciting atmosphere
Full use of UB Athletic Facilities
UB Baseball camp t-shirt
For more information contact Ron Torgalski at 716-645-6834 or email
Who May Attend:
Ages 6-12 Facilities:
North Amherst Recreation Center
(4415 Millersport Hwy., East Amherst, NY 14051)
When to arrive:
Registration will begin at 8:30am
What to bring:
Students should bring their gloves, gym shoes and bat. Costs:
Checks should be made out to UB Baseball Please fill out your application and return with payment to:
University at Buffalo Baseball c/o Ron Torgalski
163C Alumni Arena, Buffalo, NY 14260
Please note: NCAA rules prohibit representative of UB's athletics interests (a booster) who is not naturally or legally responsible for a prospective student-athlete (grades 9-12) from providing any expenses to attend a camp or clinic. Violations of this could result in loss of NCAA eligibility for the prospective student-athlete. If you have questions regarding this or any other NCAA rule, please contact the UB Office of Compliance at (716) 645-3146.
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I hereby request that my child be admitted to the UB Bulls Baseball School and authorize the directors or any member of the staff to act for me according to their best judgment in any emergency requiring medical attention for which I will pay all costs. I understand that any camper who does not abide by the rules and regulations of the camps is subject to dismissal without reimbursement or recourse.
Signature of parent/guardian
The 10u AnJo Bombers will be holding tryouts for the upcoming 2017 season.
The Tryout dates are:
Sunday, 8/7 at 5:00 p.m.
Friday 8/19 at 5:00 p.m.
At the AnJo Fields in Lockport, NY (102 Davidson Road, Lockport, NY 14094).
*It is expected that players attend both tryout dates.
A parents meeting will be held prior to the tryouts at 4:30 p.m. so please arrive early for this meeting. This is to lay out expectations for the following year and will include a discussion about what leagues we may or may not be playing in, fundraising, parents helpers, off season training, and philosophy on position selection/playing time.
If there are any questions or concerns leading up to the tryout dates, you may email Coach Kris Schultz at KristopherS@performsportspt.com
Pictured in the National Division Championship photo are first row: Thomas Russo, Alex Conheady, Vinny Buscarino, Tyler Baes. Second Row: Coach Tom Russo, Miguel Aybar, Coach Jake Baes, Kiefer Bloom, Javon Ruffin, Matt Gilbert, Coach Dan Gilbert, Colin Fragale, Gianna Fazzolari and Coach Todd Fragale
Brigham Concrete Blue Claws repeat as AnJo National Division Champs
After a very tight four innings whereby the Brigham Blue Claws were tied 2-2 with the Hillman Automotive Aqua Sox, the Blue Claws offense came to life with a six run fifth inning. The final score was 14-2. On the hill for the Blue Claws, Matt Gilbert tossed four innings and Gianna Fazzolari came in to close out the last three innings yielding no hits, one walk and hurling six Ks. For the Aqua Sox, Ben Shanley pitched four solid innings against a high powered offense yielding only two runs on six hits, one walk and four Ks. Shanley also helped his cause at the plate with a double, scoring once. Jonathan DeMartz also was strong at the plate with a hit and two walks. For the Brigham Blue Claws, the offense was spread out. Colin Fragale finished a very strong year going 3 for 4 with two RBIs, scoring three times. Matt Gilbert also was a force going 3 for 4 with an RBI and scoring once. Kiefer Bloom also had a great day catching and went 3 for 4 scoring twice with two RBIs. Javon Ruffin had two hits on the day. Gianna Fazzolari and Thomas Russo each had a hit and a walk scoring once each. Alex Conheady and Vinny Buscarino both had a hit and a walk. Conheady also scored twice. The Brigham Blue Claws finished second during the regular season to the talent heavy Basil Toyota Hammerheads that were coached by Kyle Hayes. The Blue Claws were coached by long-time coach and AnJo President Todd Fragale, Bombers coach Jake Baes, Oakfield-Alabama Varsity coach Dan Gilbert and Tom Russo. For the Blue Claws, Matt Gilbert received the AnJo Sportsmanship award and Javon Ruffin received the Most Improved award on the year. Gianna Fazzolari won the coveted MVP award for the league being chosen as the best player in the league. Gianna is the first ever female selected for the award edging out standouts Bryce Seddon and Jordan Sansone. The MVP is awarded by the League President to longtime AnJo players with superior baseball ability and that are good teammates and model sportsman. Gianna's parents are Tony and Wendy Fazzolari of Newfane. The decision was quite difficult, as all three of the players met all the criteria and were standout individuals. AnJo held its inaugural season in 1955 and the AnJo MVP that year was Jack DiMaggio.
For more information on AnJo or the AnJo Bombers organization and tryouts, go to www.anjobombers.org or anjobaseball.org . Also, don't forget to signup for the 2016 season before Halloween and save $10.