Former Greely baseball coach (and current Rangers assistant coach) Bob Anthoine, joined by his family, was inducted into the Maine Baseball Hall of Fame last weekend. Anthoine was a standout player at Deering High School and at the University of Maine. He coached Greely for 14 seasons and led the Rangers to two state championships.
“Coach stressed the core values for being not only a great baseball player, but a great person…pride, passion, work ethic, determination and class,” said Greely pitching coach Miles Hunt, who played for Anthoine in the late 1990s. “He is one of those rare coaches that you just really wanted to play well for because of what he represented. He is one of the greats of all time and he belongs in the Hall of Fame.”