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Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Bart is back!

After a one-year hiatus for business reasons Bart McInerney told me this afternoon he has been rehired as baseball coach at St Rose High School where he won 212 games over 12 years including the 2005 NJSIAA Non-Public B championship.
He replaces Dave Parnell, his former assistant, who coached St. Rose to a 21-2 record in 2006 but stepped down to accept a teaching job in the Monroe Township school district.
Led by pitcher Anthony Ranaudo, who went 7-0 as a junior, St. Rose will be looking for a fifth consecutive Shore Conference Class B Central crown in 2007. It has lost just one league game the last four years and has won its last 28 consecutive division contests.


Talked to Ryan Kalish today. The RBC senior said he will be heading to Boston soon to talk with the Red Six who made him their ninth round pick in the 2006 Big League Draft. Already with a baseball scholarship to Virginia, Kalish said he could be making a decision fairly soon.

By the way Ryan has a brother, that for the moment at least , seems headed to Red Bank Regional.


Of course something like this could go on all summer. Boston does not lose his rights until he attends his first class. Some years ago Gavin Floyd agreed in late summer to sign with the Phillies as he was driving to the U. of South Carolina where a baseball scholarship awaited.

Also, our RallyCast presentation of the Ocean-Morristown game is now up and running on the Press web site. It includes our call of the Weinkofsky home run and some other highlights and post game interviews.

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