Jamie Keefe Named As Rockland Boulders Manager

If you need hard-to-get tickets to sporting events and other live entertainment events then click this link to find available tickets:

Also, be sure to get actual and print-on-demand memorabilia and merchandise from independent baseball teams (active and now defunct) starting at this link: Go Here

The Rockland Boulders named Jamie Keefe to be the team’s field manager for 2013.  He replaces Dave LaPoint, who was the only manager during the first two seasons of the Boulders.  Keefe last managed in the Can-Am League in 2010 and 2011 for the Pittsfield Colonials, where he won manager of the year for the Can-Am League in 2011.


There are several good books about the independent professional baseball leagues. You are welcome to see a list of suggestions through this link: Books

Get notified of upcoming independent baseball tryouts from either of these services: first service or the second service. Prospective players can find some helpful resources here

We will be providing a growing list of possibly helpful tips and suggestions on various baseball information. This will range from "how to" information about baseball skills all the way to helpful information for casual baseball fans. Please click the link for more information: Tips And How To Information

1 Comment

  1. Now that’s a great choice, especially coming back into a league where he had such good success at a very difficult venue. Wish that it was stated somewhere how well his Futures team did this past season, but I suppose that can be looked up.

    I don’t think you meant to infer it as a bad thing that LaPoint was the Boulders manager for ONLY two years, considering they have only been IN existence for two years. On any level it is becoming a good thing to last two whole seasons, even though Sparky Lyle has set a benchmark that will be extremely hard to match or beat, managing the Somerset Patriots for 15 years. Part ownership helped that, as it did Bud Harrelson in the third base box for quite a few seasons also for the Long Island Ducks. Here’s hoping Neward comes alive again!

Comments are closed.