Tony Rossi, who seems to have been the Siena College baseball coach forever, was an outstanding little league player. I played with Tony at the Northside Little League back in the mid-1950s. Tony played shortstop. He was just a little guy, but boy could he play. He had great range, a strong throwing arm, and he hit with incredible power for a kid his size. I don’t know where he got all that power from. He was named the league’s Most Valuable Player as a twelve year-old. Tony, by the way, was always a fun guy.