Team Coaches

Joseph Commesso

Joe was a South Coast Conference All-Star at Bourne High School. He played four years of college baseball, two at Massasoit Community College and two at Eastern Nazarene College. He also excelled playing in both the Cranberry League and the Boston Park League. As a freshman at Massasoit, he hit .352 and saw most of his time at first base and third base. His career .333 batting average in the playoffs through his seasons with Massasoit speak for themselves. He transferred to Eastern Nazarene College his junior year where he led all third basemen in the Commonwealth Coast Conference in fielding percentage. He has been with Atlantic Baseball Club since 2014. Starting coaching a 13U Mariners team in 2017 and lead the team to the NEAAU Playoff Quarterfinals. This past season, coached a Mariners 14U Super Division team and a 10U Open team. We are happy to have Joe as part of the Mariners organization. His ability to teach and make kids all around better baseball players is highly sought after.

Max DiTondo

-2007 – Instrumental in leading Marshfield Youth Baseball 12U All-Stars to the Cal Ripken World Series in Van Buren, Arkansas.
-Selected to 2007 12U Rawlings All- World Series Team.
-Marshfield High School Junior Year – Varsity starter, Atlantic Coast League All-star, Patriot Ledger All-Scholastic Team.
-Marshfield High School Senior Year – Varsity Captain, ESPN Dream Team Selection, Patriot Ledger All-Scholastic Team, Atlantic Coast League AllStar, Herald Dream Team, South vs North All Star Selection, All -Massachusetts All-Star Team.
-Summer College Baseball – Futures Collegiate Baseball League – All-star, Top 5 in several offensive categories.
-College – Franklin Pierce University Baseball Scholarship.
-Top 100 in the nation in several categories in 2016. Northeast 10 Player of the Week.
Northeast 10 All-Conference Team – 2016

Joseph Coyne

 Joe is a Duxbury, Mass native and played 4 years as a starter at Duxbury High School. He was recruited heavily for several college baseball programs and committed to Saint Joseph’s College of Maine. Joe was a four year starter only missing one collegiate game earning:

  • ABCA/Rawlings All-New England: Second Team (2015)
  • All-New England: Second Team (2015)
  • NEIBA All-New England: Second Team (2015)
  • All-New England: Third Team (2014)
  • NEIBA All-New England: Third Team (2014)
  • GNAC Player of the Year: 2015
  • All-Conference: 1st Team (2012201320142015)
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