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Aidan Park

Aidan Park is a recognized student athlete at the Buckingham, Browne & Nichols School (Cambridge, MA) who is a relative newcomer to the Nokona Baseball program. After years of playing for a competing program, Aidan joined our 14U team two summers ago for their tournament in Myrtle Beach, NC and was an immediate hit with his teammates and coaches. He was a natural fit for the program and joined a very talented 15U team for last summer’s campaign, where he excelled as a two-way player, especially on the mound where he went 5-0 with a 2.19 ERA.

Standing at 6’5”, Aidan is an imposing figure on the diamond and continues to progress as a player through hard work and determination. Aidan is a sure glove at first base and has had success at the plate coming through with some clutch hitting in tournament play—but his pitching is perhaps the area where he has the most upside. He is a raw talent with a great deal of untapped potential and, if last summer is any indicator, Aidan projects to be a dominant force on our staff next summer. Before then, he hopes to be a key component of the BB&N rotation this spring as they attempt to win their 3rd straight ISL Championship.

Aside from his obvious skills as a player, one of the things that sets Aidan apart both on and off the field is the leadership and good sportsmanship he so often demonstrates. Rarely does a player make such an immediate impact on a new team and program; he has quickly garnered the respect and trust of his teammates within the Nokona Baseball program.

Currently in his junior year (class of 2018) at BB&N, Aidan maintains a 3.9 GPA and while he desires to play baseball at the collegiate level, academics is his number one priority. He lists Science and History as favorite subjects and is the President of Liberty in North Korea, which funds trips to bring refugees to safety. During the Summer of 2015, Aidan was selected to play for a team out of Boston that travelled to Italy and won the Sala Baganza international baseball tournament. He currently resides in Medford with his mother and father and two siblings.

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Nokona Baseball teams with players of ages 10-14 years compete regionally in the Elite Baseball League (EBL), while the college prospect teams with players of ages 15-18 compete at a variety of college showcase events locally, regionally and nationally.

Competitive tournaments across the region and around the country are hosted by Perfect Game, CABA, Triple Crown, USSSA, ECTB, Pastime and other elite baseball organizations. 

Player selection takes place in late summer/early fall and workouts begin in late fall at our indoor training facility located at 60 Pleasant Street, Ashland, MA (the NAC). The Nokona Baseball outdoor season begins in the spring as the weather permits.  Learn more...

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Bottom (left to right): Matt Healy, Jeff Paulsen, Brandon Anderson. Top left to right, Dan Sullivan, Geoff Cuneo, Gerry Carroll. For biographical information including baseball and coaching experience, click here.(missing from photo: Mike Lyon

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Are you interested in playing for Nokona Baseball's 2017 College-Committed Team?

If you will be a 2017 high school graduate and are committed to playing baseball in college, we have a few roster spots still available on our 2017 College-Committed team.

The current roster is made up of ballplayers committed to D-I, D-II or D-III colleges and universities; all these players are now working towards preparing themselves for the academic and athletic challenges they will face at their respective schools in the fall of 2017.

If you are interested, please send us an email at info@nokonabaseball.org. Let us know which high school you are currently attending, the position(s) you play and which college or university you have committed to.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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Nokona Baseball Announces New Free Custom Glove Program for All Nokona Players

Nokona Baseball is very excited to announce its new Free Custom Glove Program for all Nokona Players for next year's season.

In 2017, Nokona Baseball will provide all ballplayers in its program with a free custom personalized Nokona Ballglove (a $400.00 value). Since 1934 Nokona has been handcrafting premium ballgloves and today remains the nation's oldest baseball glove company—and manufacturer of the only baseball glove still made in the USA. The Nokona Baseball program is pleased to be able to provide our ballplayers with one of the finest products made for baseball today. The glove design and color is custom and specific to our Nokona Baseball program.

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Nokona Alumni Skidmore Outperforms in Cape League Play

Nokona Alumni Brendan Skidmore crushes a home run for the Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox in the Cape Cod Baseball League. He currently leads the Y-D Red Sox in home runs (3), RBIs (19), is second in hits with 30 and at-bats with 130. Congratulations, Brendan, on an outstanding summer on the Cape.

Four Original 2005 Nokona Players at Collegiate All-Star Game

Four members of the original 2005 Nokona Baseball team at the Future's Collegiate Baseball All-Star Game at Fitton Field in Worcester MA, July 13th 2016. From left to right, John Friday (Franklin Pierce College, Rindge NH), Matt Cuneo (Babson College, Wellesley MA), Ryan Sullivan (Southern New Hampshire University, Hooksett NH) and Luke Cuneo (Furman University, Greenville SC).