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Rams re-sign Alteri for 2014 season

Watertown head coach Paul Alteri has a word with 2013 PGCBL All-Star Game selection Austin Lueck (South Florida) during a game at the Duffy Fairgrounds. (Photo courtesy Warren Shelmdine)

The Watertown Rams are proud to announce that after leading the team to the 2013 Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League Western Division regular season championship, Paul Alteri has agreed to remain as head coach of the Rams in 2014.

Last season marked the first time in franchise history that the squad qualified for the PGCBL playoffs.  Fifteen games into the season, the Rams were 5-10 and did not appear to be headed toward a regular season division championship.  Alteri's team reversed course and went 24-9 over its final 33 regular season games and  won the West by 6.5 games over second-place Elmira.

“The whole organization is riding high.  We are giving Coach Alteri full control of his staff as well as the roster and we expect our teams to be only better with him at the helm" said Watertown general manager Todd Kirkey.  I don’t know if we will match the division championship again but I do know that our guys will compete, play the game the right way and learn what it takes to be a professional ballplayer. “

Paul Alteri had this to say in response to coming back.  “I am looking forward to returning to the Rams as their field manager next season. The league is so much better than the last time I managed the team.  With that said, I look forward to assembling a club next summer that will make the community proud.  It is an easy sell right now as the Rams have established Watertown as a premier place to play summer ball.  We will recruit the best players we can nationally, players that our fans will be looking forward to see play night in and night out.”
 



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