All coaches will be under the
direction of current Colby College head coach and former Professional Boston Red Sox & New York Mets Pitcher DALE PLUMMER.
Prior to pitching professionally for eight seasons, Dale played for the University of Maine Black Bears from 1984-1988.
Dale played for recent Boston Red Sox Manager Bobby Valentine, current Texas Rangers Manager Ron Washington, and current Pittsburgh
Pirates Manager Clint Hurdle. Dale also pitched for current Colorado Rockies Pitching Coach Bob Apodaka and played with
current Seattle Mariners manager Eric Wedge, former Torono Blue Jays manager John Gibbons as well as several other professional
coaches like Tim Bogar recent Boston Red Sox Bench Coach.
Dale currently coaches at Colby College in Waterville,
Maine. He has conducted baseball camps throughout the United States, Canada, London England, and South Eastern Australia.
has a tremendously qualified and experienced coaching staff that have worked with Dale for many years. All coaches will teach
and instruct you on the finer details of baseball.
Co-Directing the Mid Maine "Camp of
Stars" at Colby College will be former sixteen year head coach and current assistant TOM DEXTER. Tom has also coached football at Colby for 24 years.
Tom has successfully run the "best overall" summer baseball camp in the State of Maine at Colby for several years.
He has coached local Cal Ripken and Babe Ruth All-Star teams to the New England Championship Tournaments for many years.
CHAP NELSON, 24 year Colby assistant baseball coach and long time "Camp of Stars" coach will
also provide players solid
teaching at the camp.
TIM MERCIER, former Lewistion and Thomas College
standout works at the PBE Winter Baseball Academy. Tim has been an assistant coach at Colby for four years.
BRETT ROGERS, former Mt. Ararat graduate and UMO/USM
pitcher also works the Winter Baseball Academy and has for five years.
TOM BENNOCH, long time area High School and JR High coach and 18 year PBE coach
also continues to instruct all PBE participants. Tom Played baseball
at Lyndon State College.