Agostinelli, Reynolds inducted into Section V Baseball Hall of Fame

By on July 3, 2017
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Peter Agostinelli and Richard Reynolds were among five new inductees into the Section V Baseball Hall of Fame in ceremonies held prior to the Rochester Red Wings game on June 25 at Frontier Field.

A 1987 Brockport High grad, Agostinelli was a pitcher/outfielder and earned First Team All-Monroe County honors in 1985, 1986 and 1987.

He then helped Monroe Community College to the regional finals in 1988 and won the 1989 Junior College World Series at Brevard Community College.

He was part of the Pan Am Games in 1991 before signing with the Philadelphia Phillies and playing for four minor league seasons, including two seasons with the Batavia Clippers. He threw a seven-inning no-hitter on September 1, 1993 against Welland in the New York-Penn League and pitched in 155 games over his four professional seasons according to baseball-reference.com.

Richard Reynolds, a 1950 graduate of Brockport High lettered in soccer, football, basketball, baseball (four-year starter) and track and was drafted by the Cleveland Indians. He played one season for Batavia and hit .267 in 39 games before enlisting in the Marines.

Reynolds later earned two degrees from SUNY Brockport and began his 21-year coaching career (1962-1982) in Kendall where his teams earned ten Genesee Region Division Championships and were Section V finalists five times. He also coached basketball from 1963-1977, was the Athletic Director from 1967-1992 and inducted into the Kendall High School Wall of Honor in 2013.

Richard received the New York State Coaches Honor Award in 1977 and was also named to the Brockport High School Wall of Fame in 2007.

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