Thursday July 2nd, 2020
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An interview with The Scene Manager/Sponsor Tony Albicocco

Tony Albicocco

Who are you managing/sponsoring in 2012?
The Scene

Who is the best softball player you have ever seen?
There is none.  Different rules in todays game. Everybody is great on any givin day.

Where do you call home?
Huntington, NY

What do you do for a living?
Nite clubs.  Had a few.

How did you get your start in softball and how did you get to the upper level?
Played baseball.  My friends brother was playing in a tourney in Huntington and they where short so me and him went to play and I hit 5 homers and we lost 35 to 36.  My friends brother is Charly Forte, he played for the Mets farm team.  Then Alli Lizza saw me and I played money games for him.

What does your roster and schedule look like?
Tony Albicocco – coach/sponsor
Matt Arlett
David Garcia

Sean Cambridge
Ryan Goodman

John Robinson

Mark Dennis

Charlie Case
Sean Boldt

Blake Williams

Chris Arredondo
Brad Barnowsky

Where do you look for talent?
I don't.  Matt Arlett has put the team together.

How do you evaluate players?
I can see it.  I found Kyle Moyer, Tony Mack and others found me too play on higher level.

What is your favorite sports team?
The Scene

Do you have any superstitions and if so, what are they?
too many

What is your most memorable softball moment?
When we played in isa winter nationals and lost the first 2 games and everbody was mad in the parking lot ready to leave, when some dude came to tell us that we had one more game.  Then we won 11 in row to win the tourney.

What is the best improvement upper level softball could make to bring in more sponsors?
Its not the game its the air fares that cost money.

What is your favorite non-World tournament?
Cincinnati

Is the game better or worse with home run limits and why?
Worse because you get punished for doing the best.

Who was the best team in softball history?
County Sports.  Before the game became a joke where now anyone can hit homers.

What is the funniest thing you have ever seen on a softball field?
Eric Johnson ej6


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