Fundraising For Bob Panza

Fundraising For Bob Panza

BOB PANZA UPDATE

Update: 4/3/2015 3:48 PM

#Webdriver

We visited Bob last week and he has improved quite a bit. He engaged us and remembers quite a bit. He’s aware of where he is and has a good sense of humor. After about an hour we could tell he was getting tired and started to drift. He is very appreciative of all of the support he’s been receiving. And can’t wait until the weather gets good so he can go out and enjoy the warm weather.

He is still currently at Life Care in Plymouth  and welcomes visits. Usually his PT is around mid afternoon and is in his room around supper. His room is 205. If you have games in the Plymouth area feel free to visit.

Sign in on the guest book Kitty likes to see who comes and tests Bobby on who was there. 

 

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Click on the link:DONATE TO BOB PANZA

Posted by Webdriver
4/3/2015 5:20 AM

We are still continuing to raise funds for Bobs recovery PLEASE !!! If you haven’t, Help us.

 Find it your heart during the baseball season to continue to donate to Bobs gofundme page link is below.
http://www.gofundme.com/GoBob.

Thank you so much for all of our efforts.

Pre-season meetings a success !

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Over 100 umpires listening intently to CBUAO President Nick Zibelli conduct a pre-season clinic meeting in a standing room only library at Smithfield High School this past Saturday. Meeting was to prepare umpires with new rule changes for the upcoming 2015 college baseball season.
This meeting along with another held in Long Island, NY., raised an estimated $1500.00 for Bob Panza. Bob is on a long road to recovery CBUAO thanks everyone who participated.
Spring can't be to far away

Spring can’t be to far away

Dedham, MA 

Its that time of the year to start preparing for the season. Before you know it all of THIS will be gone!!!!!!!

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NCAA 2015 Baseball Rules Video

 

Important Rules Video

PLEASE REVIEW

FOR PRESEASON MEETING ON 2/28 OR 3/1

2015 Umpire Registration

2015 Umpire registration:

Memo from Nick Zibelli to all prospective baseball umpires for 2015 season:

 

Obligations of the umpires are as follows:  

Umpires must attend one of the sanctioned pre-season clinic/meetings conducted by the CBUAO or NCAA.  The CBUAO will sponsor a clinic/meeting or meetings at a date and time to be announced.   NCAA clinic attendance is only mandatory for umpires wishing to be considered for NCAA D-I, D-II, or D-III regional tournaments.  Umpires attending any of the CBUAO approved meetings will be eligible for regular season and post-season assignments assigned through the CBUAO.

 

 

Umpires must pass an online rules exam conducted by either the CBUAO or NCAA prior to the start of the season.  Passing grade on the CBUAO exam will be 80% as in past years.  There is no initial cost to the umpires to take the CBUAO rules exam.  Should an umpire not pass the exam after 3 attempts, a fee will be charged for further attempts.

 

All umpires must complete an annual profile and submit an annual registration fee.  The 2015 fee remains at $60.

 

Umpires are not required to be a paid member of Arbiter or any other organization to be eligible for regular and post season assignments from the CBUAO.  However, the NCAA requires Arbiter membership for consideration to Regional Championships and beyond in D-I, D-II, and D-III.

 

*Only registered umpires are eligible for 2015 assignments.  If you did not return a signed Independent Contractor Registration Form and wish to be considered for assignments contact nzibelli@cbuao.com.

 

Bob Auerbach throws strikes at Mets game

Bob Auerbach throws strikes at Mets game

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Umpire and Dunkin Donuts contest winner Bob Auerbach ( Ringwood , NJ ) throws out the first pitch at Citi Field prior to the Mets 2-1 win over the Astros on 9/27.