Bat Boys /​ Girls

 Information: The Falmouth Commodores Bat Boy/​Girl Program is open to boys and girls ages 10–13 (generally grades 4–8).  Potential Bat Boys and Girls should be available throughout the season from mid-​June thru the completion of any playoffs in mid-​August for both home and away games. 




If you are interested in more information for the 2018 season, please contact Bat Boy/​Girl Coordinator Lisa Zmuda at beginning March 2018.




The Commodores would like to thank the 2017 Bat Boys and Girls for a wonderful job this past season!

TJ Ghossein, 2nd Year Bat Boy

TJ returns to The Commodores as a fifth grader at Morse Pond Middle School. Tj stays busy playing soccer, basketball and hockey. He is a Montreal Canadian’s fan.






Evan Hauptmann, 1st Year Bat Boy

Evan is a fifth grader at Morse Pond Middle School. Evan loves all sports. He especially likes playing lacrosse and basketball. He is also an avid skier. When he’s not participating in those things he likes to collect sports cards and watch football.






Avery Johnsen, 2nd Year Bat Girl

Avery is a 5th grader at Morse Pond Middle School. Being the younger sister to three brothers Avery is very comfortable as the team’s only bat girl this year! She has recently begun her 7th season playing hockey. Her dream is to play college hockey when she graduates. She also plays softball for the Falmouth Softball Club. When not on the ice or field Avery likes to cook and specializes in making desserts.




Jonathan Kinsella, 4th Year Bat Boy

Jonathan returns to the team for his final year as an 8th grader at Lawrence Jr. High School. He is a dedicated athlete. He is a member of the Cape Cod Firefish (a USA Competitive Swim Team). He is a midfielder with the Falmouth Soccer Club and is a devoted runner who has participated in many local competitions. When he’s not busy running or swimming he enjoys boating out to Washburn Island.





Declan Norris, 2nd Year Bat Boy

Declan is a fifth grader at Morse Pond Middle School. He plays second base on Falmouth Youth Baseball’s S.M.L team. In addition to baseball Declan plays soccer and basketball. He earned his 1st degree black belt this winter. In addition to these accomplishments Declan is also a bacon connoisseur.






Sean Sousa , 3rd Year Bat Boy

Sean returns this year as a 6th grader at Hornsby Middle School in Williamsburg, VA. He is a pitcher, outfielder and first baseman for the Braves in his hometown. Sean enjoys playing baseball, football, basketball and soccer. When he’s not playing ball he can usually be found cheering on his favorite New England team.






 Anderson Uhl, 4th Year Bat Boy

Anderson is a 7th grader at Lawrence Jr. High School. As a member of a Coast Guard family Anderson has already lived in four different states. Anderson enjoys soccer as well archery and curling. He is a proud host brother and likes to travel.







Jack Watson, 2nd Year Bat Boy

Jack returns to the Commodores this year as a fifth grader at Morse Pond Middle School. He loves playing soccer, basketball and lacrosse. Jack likes to travel, swim and go to the beach. He likes being outdoors doing anything active. A goal of his is to play basketball in the NCAA final four and eventually play in the NBA.





Gavin Friel – 1st Year Bat Boy

Gavin is a 5th grader at Morse Pond Middle School. He is the center fielder for Chapman, Cole and Gleason in Falmouth Youth Baseball as well as a member of the Falmouth Travel Basketball Team. Gavin also enjoys playing Football and Soccer. Most of all, he enjoys playing any sports with his younger brothers. When not on the field somewhere, he stays busy working on his favorite subject, math, and playing trombone in the school band.



Grace Gavin — 1st Year Bat Girl
Grace is a fifth grader at Morse Pond Middle School. Grace is the youngest of three girls. She plays soccer, basketball and lacrosse. In the summer, she spends most of her time in the water, either in her pool or at the beach.