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The Albany Dutchmen are excited to host the 2016 PGCBL All Star Game presented by CSEA in Albany, NY at Bob Bellizzi Field at the Christian Plumeri Sports Complex!
Tickets for All Star Game day can be purchased online HERE or at the gate on game night (while supplies last). We encourage fans to purchase tickets ahead of time, as the event is expected to sell out. All pre-purchased tickets will be available for pick-up at Will Call (next to the ticket booth) on All Star Game day beginning at 4:00PM (*no tickets will be mailed or emailed- they must be picked up on game day). Ticket prices are as follows: Adults $6, Seniors (60+) $5, Students (13+ w/ Student ID) $5, Youth $4 (5-12), Children Free (4 & Under).
Event Day Details:
Wednesday, July 20th
Located at the foot of I-787 & just off of Thruway Exit 23.
No outside chairs, coolers, or food/drink will be permitted in the ballpark. No Albany Dutchmen regular season tickets may be redeemed for admission to the PGCBL All Star Game.
Hampton Inn & Suites Albany-Downtown
$109/night rate by using code: 0003005333
Includes breakfast. Hotel is brand new and located approximately 2 miles from Bellizzi Field.
25 Chapel St
Albany, NY 12210
For questions regarding the 2016 PGCBL All Star Game, please call Albany Dutchmen Assistant GM, Robert Galm, at 518-992-5050, or email at [email protected].
2016 PGCBL All Star Participants
2016 PGCBL Home Run Derby Rules & Timing
Rules: One contestant from each of the PGCBL teams has been selected by their organization to compete in the 2016 PGCBL Home Run Derby. All competitors will use aluminum bats provided by the Albany Dutchmen. Players will compete in timed rounds to see how many home runs they can hit in 2:30. Each home run hit during the first 2:00 of the round will count as one (1) point. Each home run hit during the final :30 of the round will count as two (2) points. Any batted ball prior to time expiring will count towards point total. The top three (3) point scorers in Round 1 will advance to the Finals. Round 1 tie breaker: Most overall total home runs hit during entire 2:30 round. Second tie breaker: fastest time recorded to hit first home run during the round.
5:25PM-5:30PM: Player introductions and rule announcements
5:30-5:33: Ben Brookover (UTSA- Jamestown)
5:34-5:37: Tristen Carranza (New Mexico State- Amsterdam)
5:38-5:41: Lucas Denney (Seattle U.- Elmira)
5:42-5:45: Mason Fessler (Willamette U.- Utica)
5:46-5:49: Darian Herncane (Binghamton- Newark)
5:50-5:53: Michael Ketchmark (Dartmouth- Mohawk Valley)
5:54-5:57: Mike Korchak (Bucknell- Geneva)
5:58-6:01: Chris Kwitzer (Buffalo- Glens Falls)
6:02-6:05: Vince Lakes (Franklin Pierce- Saugerties)
6:06-6:09: Malcolm Nachmanoff (Stony Brook- Albany)
6:10-6:13: Mark Venice (St. John’s- Adirondack)
6:14-6:17: Dale Wickham (Cornell- Victor)
6:18- 6:20: Announce Top 3 Players advancing to Finals. Hitting order based on original order. Same point structure as Round 1. Most points scored during the Finals will win the title. Ties will be broken by combining scores in Round 1 & Finals. Second tie breaker is total home runs hit in both rounds combined. Third tie breaker is fastest time recorded to hit first home run during Finals.
6:21-6:24: First Player
6:25-6:28: Second Player
6:29-6:32: Third Player
6:33-6:35: Trophy Presentation