Boulders Fans Select Top Closer for All-Decade Team

Boulders fans have selected their top closer for the All-Decade team, and it’s Adrian Martin. With 41 saves over the team’s first two seasons, Boulders’ V-P of Business Development Seth Cantor says Martin was one of the main building blocks over the team’s early years…

Voting for the All-Decade team continues, this week it’s for top first baseman. You can vote through Thursday on the team’s website, NYBoulders.com.

Boulders Fans Select Top Two Starting Pitchers for All-Decade Team

Boulders fans have selected the top two starting pitchers for the All-Decade team, Richard Salazar and Bo Budkevics. Salazar spent four years with the Boulders, going 36-18 with a 3.40 ERA over his career, winning game five of the 2014 Can-Am League championship series. Budkevics spent six years in Pomona, and is probably best remembered for his three-hit, nine strikeout, eight scoreless inning performance against the New Jersey Jackals that clinched the championship in the sixth game. Boulders’ V-P of Business Development Seth Cantor says both were important to the team’s overall success…

Voting for the All-Decade team is continuing this week, as voting for the team’s top closers is open for voting through Thursday on the team’s website, NYBoulders.com.

Marcus Nidiffer Tops in Catchers for Boulders’ All-Decade Team

Former Boulders catcher Marcus Nidiffer has been selected by fans to the All-Decade team. The voting is part of the team’s celebration of its tenth year. Nidiffer played for the Boulders for five seasons, retiring in 2018. He hit 89 home runs overall for the Boulders, with a career high of 22 homers and 93 RBIs in 2015. Voting for other positions continues on their website, NYBoulders.com.

Boulders Launch “All-Decade Team” Vote Campaign

Fans of the Rockland Boulders for the last nine seasons can vote for their favorites for each position all summer long. Starting right now, you can decide who belongs on their “All-Decade Team,” starting this week with the catcher’s position. Boulders’ V-P of Business Development Seth Cantor says it’s easy to vote…

Each successive week brings a new vote for another position. You can vote for catcher through Thursday. Just go to NYBoulders.com or click here.

Ramapo Supervisor Recovering from Coronavirus

Ramapo’s supervisor is home recovering from coronavirus, which he found out he tested positive for over a week ago. Michael Specht exclusively told “The Morning Show with Steve and Jeff” this morning that his case was considered moderate…

Specht urges people to take coronavirus and social distancing very seriously. The town of Ramapo has the most cases of the county’s five towns with just over a thousand cases.

NY Boulders’ 2020 Season Delayed

The New York Boulders announced today that the Frontier League has officially delayed the scheduled start of their 2020 season due to the Covid-19 pandemic. No start date has been determined. The Frontier League, the largest independent baseball league in North America, will continue to monitor the situation. This is the Boulders’ first season in the Frontier League after spending their first nine as members of the Can-Am League. The season was scheduled to open on May 14th.

“We are focused on the health and safety of our fans, team members, front office staff, sponsors and our neighbors in the community. Please stay home and stay safe so we can defeat this terrible virus as soon as possible,” said Shawn Reilly, President of the NY Boulders.

New York Boulders’ Chief Scout Eager for Start of Season in New Frontier League

Opening day for the New York Boulders is still two months away, but excitement about joining the new Frontier League this season has chief scout Kevin Tuve excited not only for the fans but for the players…

Tuve grew up in Montvale and went to St. Thomas Aquinas College in Sparkill, where he helped coach the women’s softball team.

Nanuet Pitcher Joins NY Boulders

A former Nanuet pitching standout is returning home to play for the New York Boulders this season, their inaugural year in the Frontier League. 26 year-old Colin Kelly pitched for Nanuet High School until 2011, then went on to Catholic University in Washington, DC. Kelly says it was an easy decision to sign with the Boulders last fall and play here…

Kelly’s pitched for a few pro teams, including the Gateway Grizzlies of the Frontier League.

North Rockland Runner Commits to College

A top college running program has gotten stronger. LoHud.com says North Rockland High School senior Katelyn Tuohy, the holder of the national girls outdoor track mile mark and other U.S. track and cross-country records, will run next year for North Carolina State University.

Boulders Hosting Open House Saturday at the Ball Park

The Boulders are hosting an open house tomorrow at the stadium in Pomona. The Boulders’ V-P of Business Development Seth Cantor says at the “Pick your seat, Pick your Puppy” event there’ll be free mini-golf, and you can meet members of the team and Pepper Jack the Bat Dog…

You’ll also have an opportunity to adopt a puppy that will be visiting the ballpark from Hi-Tor right next door. The open house is from 10-3pm tomorrow. For more info, click here.

Snow Closings Updated Regularly

Please click on the image below to view all snow closings for Rockland County.