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Head Coach, Baseball - Michael Petrowski


RCBC is pleased to announce that Michael Petrowski will be the next Barons Head Baseball Coach.  A Hamilton, NJ native, Coach Petrowski played professional baseball for the NJ Jackals, Brockton Rox and Newark Bears. Collegiately, Petrowski played at Rider University where he earned his Bachelor of Communication.  In his time at Rider, the team were MAAC Champions.  He graduated as the record holder in career innings pitched and single innings pitched.  He most recently has served as the Manager for the Broad Street Park American Legion Post 313 Team, which recently won the 2018 NJ  American Legion State Championship.  During his six years with the team, Petrowski has been named Manager of the Year in 2015, 2017, and 2018.  Coach Petrowski is looking forward to leading the next era of Barons Baseball.  

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