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 2020 season, please contact Bat Boy/Girl Coordinator Kenn Briggs at email@example.com.
2019 Bat Boys & Girls
Declan Norris, 4th Year Bat Boy
Declan returns to the Commodores as a seventh grader at Lawrence Junior High School. Our most veteran bat boy plays second base for the Cape Cod Clippers. In addition to baseball Declan plays golf, basketball and soccer. He enjoys fishing with his friends, spending his spare time at the beach working on his tan and playing with his new dog, Boomer.
Gavin Friel, 3rd Year Bat Boy
Gavin returns to the commodores as a seventh grader at Lawrence Junior High School. He plays second base for the Cape Cod Clippers 13U team. When he’s not busy with baseball Gavin enjoys playing on his travel basketball team and running cross country.
Gavin McKeon, 2nd Year Bat Boy
Gavin returns to the Commodores as a fifth grader at Morse Pond Middle School. Gavin plays baseball for Falmouth Youth Baseball Kenyon’s team as well as the Cape Cod Clippers. He enjoys many hobbies including: skiing, hunting, fishing and cooking. Gavin wants to play for the Boston Red Sox one day, and his favorite player is Rafael Devers.
Chase Briggs, 2nd Year Bat Boy
Chase returns to the Commodores as a sixth grader at Morse Pond Middle School. Chase plays catcher, second base, and center field for Falmouth Youth Baseball’s Elks team as well as the Cape Cod Clippers. Chase enjoys hockey, soccer and basketball. He looks forward to another summer of supporting the Falmouth Commodores. At the end of the summer Chase will be traveling to Cooperstown, New York with his Cape Cod Clippers teammates to compete at the Cooperstown Dream Park National Baseball Tournament. Playing hockey for Boston College continues to be Chase’s ultimate dream.
RJ Teal, 1st Year Bat Boy
RJ joins the Commodores as a fourth grader at Quashnet Elementary School. In addition to being a bat boy for the team RJ and his parents are a second year host family. Living in Mashpee RJ is a catcher for the Mashpee town recreation’s White Caps. He also likes to read and plays both hockey and soccer. Lately he enjoys being outside with his new chocolate lab, Echo.
TréChaun Days, 1st Year Bat Boy
TréChaun, who also goes by Tré joins the Commodores as a fifth grader at Morse Pond Middle School. Tré is devoted to baseball, but also enjoys football, basketball, soccer, and lacrosse. He is a pitcher for both the Falmouth Youth Baseball’s Kenyons team, and AAU’s Cape Cod Clippers. Tré is not only a talented athlete, he also plays the saxophone and is in the jazz band.
Camden Romberger, 1st Year Bat Boy
Cam joins the Commodores as a sixth grader at Morse Pond Middle School. With his dad in the Air Force Cam has lived and played baseball in Rhode Island, Virginia and Colorado before his family settled in Falmouth in 2017. Cam plays shortstop for both Falmouth AAU’s 11U Cape Cod Clippers, and Falmouth Youth Baseball’s New Wave Printing. Cam also likes to play soccer, basketball and flag football.
Lucas Kapulka, 1st Year Bat Boy
Lucas joins the Commodores as a seventh grader at Lawrence Junior High School. Lucas plays a variety of positions for Falmouth Youth Baseball’s Chapman Cole and Gleason. In addition to baseball Lucas also plays on the Cape Cod Lightning hockey team and is a lacrosse goalie. When he has free time Lucas enjoys golf and being out on his boat fishing with his dad for striped bass and bluefish.
Logan Friel, 1st Year Bat Boy
Logan joins the Commodores as a fourth grader at Teaticket Elementary School. He plays many positions for the Cape Cod Clippers 10U team as well as Falmouth Youth Baseball’s Elks. Logan also enjoys playing football, basketball, soccer, and rugby. He is excited to be joining his brother and the rest of the bat boys this year.
Dakari Sheats, 1st Year Bat Boy
Dakari is a fifth grader at Morse Pond Middle School. Originally born in Georgia his family moved to Massachusetts in 2013. He plays baseball for Falmouth Youth Baseball’s Chapman cole and Gleason. His passion is for baseball, but he also enjoys basketball, swimming, and fishing. Dakari dreams most of hearing the cheering crowd when he hits a game winning home run at Fenway Park while playing for the Boston Red Sox.
2019 Bat Boys and Girls
2018 Bat Boys and Girls
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