MC Babe Ruth puts up signs honoring 1st World Series teams

MILROY–The signs honoring the first two Mifflin County Babe Ruth All-Star teams that went to a World Series are now on display at Armagh Memorial Field.

The signs are located on the first base side of the outfield bleachers.

The 2002 15-year-old team finished in a tie for fifth place, while the 2004 15-year-old squad finished in a tie for seventh place.

In 2002, the 15-year-old team went to Connersville, In. and in 2004, Mifflin County traveled to the west coast to play in Longview, Wa.

Players on the 2002 team were Nate Burkey, Garett Dixon, Josh Haines, Cody Hartzler, Marc Kanagy, Andy King, Brandon Mazzoni, Nathan Powell, Zach Rosenberry, Teddy Stake, Phillip Stimely, Erick Trego, Jonathan Worley, Matt Wright and A.J. Yoder.

The manager was Scott Reigle and the coaches were Bob Rosenberry, Scott Wright and Stephen Dolin.

Players on the 2004 team were Mike Armstrong, A.J. Boreman, Curtis Eversole, Matt Gregg, Dane Glick, Scott Goss, Jay Hartman, Kyle Heane, Johnny Jurasz, Matt Mazzoni, Josh McKay, Kevin Ryan, Kris Shank, Chris Tressler and Josh Yoder.

The manager was Fred Zook and the coaches were Butch Bender, Bill Corbin and Dave Stuck.


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