Now a few weeks after the renuion, it has taken on a life of it's own

Old films have surfaced, soon to be edited and distributed and several new guys have been found.

Sunday, July 8, 2007

Les Storch and Richard Storch have been found

OOOOPS Mark found Richard Storch ( we all ready have found and contacted Les Storch) of the 1958 Glen Oaks All Stars who played on the Orioles and whose father, Martin Storch was a manager. Richard Storch currently resides in Bainbridge Island, Washington and contact Lynn Z for his email address.
Mark has added in an email:
You did a beautiful job on the production of the DVD. Particularly touching, Pete, were comments made directed to Les Storch. In the Brooklyn-Queens championship game, Les got 2 (two) hits and in the City championship game against Staten Island, Les got 3 (three) hits. While Les had the highest batting average of all the All Stars on the 1958 team, what should be noted is the significance of the 3 (three) hits in the City championship game. The Staten Island pitcher had a wicked slow curve ball that the entire team had great difficulty handling----everyone batting from the right side except one person. Only Les who batted from the left side had considerable success. As you know the game went into extra innings --8 (eight), with Glen Oaks losing 3 to 1. Again, thanks for your hard work and generosity.

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