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The North End Athletic Association honored former coach, umpire, director and president Phil Orlandella and former coach, umpire and current all-around volunteer Michael “Mikey Fud” Giannasoli at this years’ NEAA All-Star Game on Friday June 24th at Domenic Campochiaro Field at Langone Park Complex.

“These two gentleman have dedicated a good part of their adult life helping the youth of the North End not only in sports but more important sportsmanship, stated NEAA Coordinator John Romano. We are excited to extend this honor of naming an All-star team after each of these awesome men.”

The game was played under the lights with the NEAA Baseball Program showcasing its’ best players in the 9 to 12 year old age group. Coaches gave out metals to their teams and Richard Wells took the honor of “Rookie of the Year“. It was a fun night with free pizza, soft drinks, snacks and more with all of the league players and family members in attendance.

Photos by Matt Conti. View more photos here.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. It was great to see so many people from the neighborhood come out and honor these two gentleman! Many NEAA greats from the past were in the house as well.

    Matt – awesome photos to help capture an awesome night.

    Thanks,

    JR

  2. The Friends of the North End send out congratulations to Phil and Mikey for giving back to the community they love and for setting an example for the next generation to do the same.

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