2017 ALL STARS
July 27th, 2023
Waterville Country Club
11:00AM Shotgun Start
Play with Major League Baseball Alumni &
Support kids at the Boys & Girls Clubs and YMCA of Greater Waterville, Maine
All funds raised support the youth programs at the Alfond Youth & Community Center
GREAT PLAYERS - GREAT GOLF - GREAT FOOD - GREAT CAUSE
11:00AM Shotgun Start
On Course BBQ Lunch
2 Drink Tickets per player
Prize Holes, Air Cannon, Putting Contest
5:00 PM Dinner and Awards
2023 Tournament HEADLINER
Red Sox Hall of Famer
Chicago Cubs Hall of Famer
Considered one of the American League's best defensive shortstops during his time with Minnesota Gagne played 10 seasons for the Twins from 1983 to 1992, including both of the Twins' World Series championship teams in 1987 and 1991.
Left-handed pitcher for the Red Sox from 1969 – 1978, Lee developed the Leephus pitch or Space Ball, with a very slow high arc. As a relief pitcher Lee appeared in 125 games and in 1973, he was used primarily as a starting pitcher, starting 33 of 38 games in which he appeared, and was named to the American League All-Star team. He started two games in the 1975 World Series against the Cincinnati Reds.
Relief pitcher who played for the California Angels, Kansas City Royals, Minnesota Twins, Boston Red Sox and Oakland A's from 1968 to 1984. Burgmeier played for the American League All-Star team in 1980.
MLB player from 1980 through 1991 with the Red Sox and Royals. A versatile hard-thrower, Crawford filled various relief roles as a closer or middle reliever and an emergency starter. In 1985 with the Red Sox, he set career-numbers in wins (6), saves (12), strikeouts (58) and innings pitched (91.0)
Drafted by the Red Sox in 1977 Ladd pitched in all or part of six seasons in Major League Baseball between 1979 and 1986. While serving as the closer during the 1983, Ladd saved 25 games in 44 appearances with a 2.55 ERA.
First round draft pick (#3) Rookie of the Year nominee Reds and Mets pitcher Recorded 4 strike outs in one inning!
Rick Miller spent 12 of his 15 MLB seasons as an outfielder for the Boston Red Sox. An accomplished fielder, Miller won a Gold Glove in 1978 for his play in center field. In a 15-year career covering 1482 games, Miller compiled a .269 batting average.
Stump Merrill, born in Brunswick, Maine began his baseball career as a catcher for the Maine Black Bears. After a leg injury ended his playing career Merrill got into managing and spent four decades in the Yankees organization, also managing several of the Yankees' minor league affiliates.
Maine's own Matt Kinney made his MLB debut in 2000 as a pitcher for the Minnesota Twins