THE LOU PRESUTTI STORY, IN FREEMAN’S, HOMETOWN

THE LOU PRESUTTI STORY

IN FREEMAN’S, HOMETOWN

Read the first definitive piece on Louis A. “Coach” Presutti II, the man who changed Otsego County before his unexpected death Wednesday, July 6, in this week’s editions of The Freeman’s Journal and Hometown Oneonta. From the time he first visited the Hall of Fame at age 5 or 6, he was inspired by his father’s message: Every boy should have a chance to play baseball in Cooperstown. After a career in business, Lou Presutti made that dream come true in 1996, 20 years ago this year, when he founded Cooperstown Dreams Park in a field in Hartwick Seminary, and – as the enterprise grew, attracting tens of thousands of young baseball players from across the country – nothing remained the same in northern Otsego County and Greater Oneonta. AVAILABLE AT THESE FINE ESTABLISHMENTS TODAY
Read the first definitive piece on Louis A. “Coach” Presutti II, the man who changed Otsego County before his unexpected death Wednesday, July 6, in this week’s editions of The Freeman’s Journal and Hometown Oneonta. From the time he first visited the Hall of Fame at age 5 or 6, he was inspired by his father’s message: Every boy should have a chance to play baseball in Cooperstown. After a career in business, Lou Presutti made that dream come true in 1996, 20 years ago this year, when he founded Cooperstown Dreams Park in a field in Hartwick Seminary, and – as the enterprise grew, attracting tens of thousands of young baseball players from across the country – nothing remained the same in northern Otsego County and Greater Oneonta.

AVAILABLE AT THESE FINE ESTABLISHMENTS TODAY


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