A Baseball Story In The Birthplace Of Little League Baseball – PART XIX

PHOTOS: PA Attorney General Josh Shapiro (top left), Lycoming County Detective Willie Weber (top middle), WAHS Head Principal Brandon Pardoe (top right), WASD Solicitor Fred Holland (bottom left),
WASD Superintendent Dr. Timothy Bowers (bottom middle), Attorney George Lepley (bottom right).

The following is the result of a now more than 24-month long investigation
into the Williamsport Area High School Baseball Team trip
to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina in the spring of 2018.

This story is graphic and contains details related to multiple indecent sexual assaults.

The author and editor of this story have made the editorial decision to not publish the names of the individuals under the age of 18 at the time of the incident who have been clearly identified as committing these acts in this case since they have not been formally charged with a crime.

 

A Baseball Story In The Birthplace Of Little League Baseball

IF NOTHING HAPPENED IN MYRTLE BEACH

WHY WON’T THE WASD TELL US THE STORY?

PART XIX – “The Millionaire Way”

By Todd Bartley, TalkWilliamsport.com

News@TalkWilliamsport.com

Criminal defense attorney George Lepley most likely knows the answer to the central question in this series and memorialized those facts in a letter to WAHS Head Principal Brandon Pardoe and Athletic Director Sean McCann on May 31, 2018.

Rachel Lepley Joy is the wife of Little League International employee Jamie Joy and the daughter of George Lepley.

All of these adults were in Myrtle Beach as part of the 2018 Williamsport Millionaire baseball team trip.

 

The e-mails outlined in this article and the Lepley letter of May 31, 2018 completely contradict the narrative put forth by the WASD in their January 9, 2020 statement provided in part below.

“It is important to note that the district first became aware of this incident after law enforcement had already been contacted and a ChildLine report made. The report to ChildLine was not duplicated by the district, as it had already been reported.

The district’s investigation was conducted by the high school principal, district administrators and district legal counsel. Once it became clear which students were and were not involved in the incident, it was apparent that the high school principal had no personal conflict of interest or personal relationships with the students involved. The principal was permitted by the district’s solicitor to participate in the investigation, and his actions were appropriate and thorough. As an added measure of diligence, a second administrator also participated in the investigation.”

This article will completely disprove the assertions made in the statement offered by the WASD.

 

12-DAY DELAY WHILE THOSE INVOLVED STILL PLAYED

Information developed and obtained by talkwilliamsport.com through the Right to Know Law shows a 12-day delay in the start of the investigation by the WASD.

The Childline call was placed by a mandated reporter on May 18, 2018.

As noted in PART III of this series:

The family of JOHN DOE #1 having received notification of the ChildLine call themselves, placed a call to WAHS Assistant Principal Roger Freed on May 21, 2018 at 9:34 a.m. inquiring about the situation.

Freed pleads ignorance to the ChildLine call and asserts to the family of JOHN DOE #1 “he has no knowledge of the incident in Myrtle Beach.”

On May 24, 2018 – Williamsport defeats West Scranton at Bucknell University, 14-2 in Round 2 of the 2018 District II/IV Baseball 6A Sub-regional.

In the meeting it was disclosed by the family of JOHN DOE #1, “the video speaks for itself”.

On May 28, 2018 – Williamsport defeats Hazleton at PNC Park, 4-3 in the 2018 District II/IV Baseball 6A Sub-regional Final.

On June 4, 2018, WASD Solicitor Fred Holland submitted an invoice for services rendered of 0.80 hours and noted that a telephone conference occurred on May 31, 2018.

The May 31, 2018 telephone conference Holland referred to as “Investigation”, and included High School Principal Brandon Pardoe (who was on the trip to Myrtle Beach), Lepley and Holland who again referred to the call as “pending investigations”.

On June 4, 2018 – Williamsport defeats Downingtown East at Central Columbia HS, 4-1 in the 2018 PIAA Baseball 6A First Round.

WASD Solicitor Fred Holland submitted a second invoice on July 3, 2018 for a meeting that he attended on June 5, 2018 in regard to a VM (later identified by WASD as voicemail).

The WASD has stated that the voicemail record no longer exists.

The family of JOHN DOE #1 has confirmed to FSW, the voicemail in question was left by them.

It occurred at 11:26 a.m. the morning of June 5, 2018 and a follow-up call was placed to the family of JOHN DOE #1 at 12:52 p.m.  WASD officials cited FERPA as the reason the family of JOHN DOE #1 would not be receiving any additional information about the incident.

That same day, June 5, 2018 WASD Solicitor Fred Holland attended a meeting with Lepley and Pardoe which lasted for 1.8 hours. That is the billing total Holland submitted to the WASD.

When FSW attempted to confirm the time and location of the June 5, 2018 meeting with the WASD, Wanda Erb responded via e-mail

Wanda Erb <werb@wasd.org>

Friday, December 20, 2019 at 9:32 AM,

Mr. Bartley, Good morning. I received your phone message late yesterday afternoon. As you are aware, the Right to Know Law (RTKL) requires requests for information to be submitted in writing.

Please complete the RTKL request form found at https://www.wasd.org/data/StreamFile.aspx?loc=secureFiles&file=RTKRequestForm.pdf.

After I receive the completed form, the district will respond based upon whether this information is available under the RTKL.

Sincerely, Wanda

Wanda M. Erb, SFO, PCSBA, Business Administrator, Williamsport Area School District

FSW confirmed with the Law office of George Lepley the meeting was held at 2 p.m. at Williamsport Area High School on June 5, 2018.

According to the family of JOHN DOE #1, June 5, 2018 was the last time they had any communication from the WASD in regard to the Myrtle Beach incident.

On June 7, 2018 –Bensalem defeats Williamsport at Pine Grove, Walter Stump Stadium 6-0, in the 2018 PIAA Baseball 6A Second Round.

 

AGENT WEBER MEETING IN BRANDON PARDOE’S OFFICE

Prior to the meeting on May 30, 2018 the calendar program used by Dr. Pardoe reflects multiple meeting invitations for the following obtained through RTKL requests:

Subject: (Redacted) Mother and Agent Weber Meeting

Location: Brandon’s office

Start: Wed 5/30/18  9:00 AM

End: Wed 5/30/18 10:00 AM

Show Time as: Tentative

Recurrence: (none)

Meeting Status: Accepted

Organizer: Brandon Pardoe

Required Attendees: Roger W. Freed, Sean McCann

Pardoe notes on the invitation, “I scheduled with Will Weber for this day. Please plan to attend. Thanks, BP”

 

The WASD has yet to provide an e-mail outlining the directive from WASD Solicitor to WAHS Head Principal Brandon Pardoe giving him permission to conduct the investigation.

Is it possible, the e-mails below outline a different story and thus making that narrative a bit of revisionist history on the part of the WASD?

The e-mail threads begin on May 30, 2018, 12 full days after the original Childline call and after a pair of District II baseball playoff games including the District Final at PNC Field.

 

From: Rachel Joy (e-mail address redacted by WASD)

Date: Wednesday, May 30, 2018 at 2:04 PM

To: Brandon Pardoe (e-mail address redacted by author)

Subject: Meeting

“Hey Brandon:

(Redacted) contacted us regarding the meeting you’d like to set up. George would like to be present.

He is unavailable all day Friday but we have some pockets of time tomorrow we could probably make work.

1030 or 1-2?”

Rachel Lepley Joy

Paralegal to George E. Lepley, Jr.

LEPLEY, ENGLEMAN & YAW, LLC 

140 East Third Street

Williamsport, PA 17701

 

PARDOE INFORMS DR. BOWERS AND SUSIE NEIDIG OF INVESTIGATION

WAHS Head Principal Brandon Pardoe then informs Superintendent Dr. Timothy Bowers and his secretary Susie Neidig in the evening hours of May 30, 2018 of details about the “investigation.”

Subject: FW: Meeting

Date: Wednesday, May 30, 2018 at 8:22:21 PM Eastern Daylight Time

From: Brandon Pardoe

To: Timothy Bowers

CC: Susan A. Neidig

Priority: High 

“We started the investigation with regard to the video taken on the Myrtle Beach trip after speaking with the parent and student today. I can give you more information if we could talk. I contacted the home of (redacted) who is the student that was videoed doing the act to the other student. I requested to meet with them with their son. They appear to be getting an attorney to meet as well. I would imagine that this is something that we would want to reach out to our solicitor about and update to join in a mutual meeting. I do have a recommendation for the interim until we can meet that I would like to run by you.

If we can talk tomorrow that would be great.”

Brandon Pardoe, Ed.D

Head Principal 

Williamsport Area High School

2990 West Fourth Street

Williamsport, PA 17701

Phone: (redacted by author)

 

WAHS Head Principal Brandon Pardoe tells Superintendent Dr. Timothy Bowers and his secretary Susie Neidig;

I can give you more information if we could talk.”

How much “more information”  does Pardoe need to relay to Bowers and Neidig that is unsafe for an e-mail?

Would it be the idea of no paper trail?

Is it the same reason Detective Weber waited 5 months to file a formal report, only after the Myrtle Beach Police Department requested it?

 

When Pardoe adds:

I do have a recommendation for the interim until we can meet that I would like to run by you.”

Is this his Graham Spanier moment from the Jerry Sandusky case?

 

From the CBS News report, June 30, 2012 “Report: Ex-Penn State head OK’d not reporting Sandusky”:

If Sandusky is cooperative, Curley’s email said, “we would work with him. …. If not, we do not have a choice and will inform the two groups,” according to the report.

Spanier wrote back and agreed with that approach,

calling it “humane and a reasonable way to proceed,” according to the report.

But he also worried about the consequences.

“The only downside for us is if message isn’t `heard’ and acted upon and we then become vulnerable for not having reported it, but that can be assessed down the road,” the email said, according to CNN.

 

WASD SOLICITOR FRED HOLLAND CAUGHT IN CONTRADICTION

How does WASD Solicitor Fred Holland give WAHS Head Principal Brandon Pardoe permission to do an investigation when Pardoe according to the e-mail thread above, notified Holland?

Moments after informing WASD Superintendent Dr. Bowers of the initiation of the “investigation”, Pardoe authors a rather interesting e-mail to Rachel Joy.

Does Pardoe not have the easily accessible online e-mail address of Attorney George Lepley; or is it just two old friends having a conversation?

 

From: Brandon Pardoe (redacted by author)

Date: Wednesday, May 30, 2018 at 8:24 PM

To: Rachel Joy

Subject: Re: Meeting 

“I certainly need to brief the superintendent about this matter. Being that (redacted)s seeking counsel to join a meeting then we will need to do the same most likely. I am sure we will be in touch.

Thank you,”

Brandon Pardoe, Ed.D

Head Principal 

Williamsport Area High School

2990 West Fourth Street

Williamsport, PA 17701

Phone: (redacted by author)

 

Had Pardoe not already briefed the Superintendent when he e-mail Rachel Joy he needed to?

Why is that fact being shared with the law firm representing ALLEGED PERPETRATOR #1?

 

The next morning Rachel Joy and Brandon Pardoe exchanged e-mails trying to pin down a meeting time, now 13 days removed from the Childline call of May 18, 2020.

From: Rachel Joy (e-mail address redacted by WASD)

Date: Wednesday, May 31, 2018 at 7:55 AM

To: Brandon Pardoe (e-mail address redacted by author)

Subject: Meeting

“Thank you for your response. It’s our understanding there’s a request for a meeting with (redacted) this morning at 11:46. George asked me to find out if this is related to the Myrtle Beach trip And if so if it can be rescheduled to 1 o’clock as he is in court at 11:46.

Sent from my iPhone”

 

When Joy relays the message to Pardoe, “George asked me to find out if this is related to the Myrtle Beach trip”; does this mean there are other concerns or complaints about ALLEGED PERPETRATOR #1 Lepley is dealing with?

 

Pardoe, then responds to Joy copying Bowers and Neidig and excluding at minimum McCann and Freed who sat in the intake interview with JOHN DOE #1.

Subject: Re: Meeting

Date: Wednesday, May 31, 2018 at 8:30:06 AM Eastern Daylight Time

From: Brandon Pardoe

To: Rachel Joy

CC: Timothy Bowers

BCC: Susan A. Neidig

“Rachael,

Nothing has been scheduled and I have not heard back from the (redacted). The only correspondence that I have received is from you. If George is going to attend then the district will have to have representation present. This will take some coordination to make this happen. Again, I can only really speak with the parents at this point. If George would attend a meeting with parents and we do not have representation then the meeting won’t happen.”

Brandon Pardoe, Ed.D

Head Principal 

Williamsport Area High School

2990 West Fourth Street

Williamsport, PA 17701

Phone: (redacted by author)

 

Pardoe states, “If George is going to attend then the district will have to have representation present. This will take some coordination to make this happen.”

Who was Pardoe coordinating with to “make this happen”?

Was the interim recommendation to suspend those involved from baseball activities immediately?

 

So, JOHN DOE #1 sits down for an intake interview as a victim of an incident of “criminal sexual misconduct” on video and ALLEGED PERPETRATOR #1 has the ability to have his parents go first before being interviewed to tell his side of the story with an attorney present?

This is proper procedure, how?

 

Subject: RE: Meeting

From: Rachel Joy

Date: Wednesday, May 31, 2018 at 8:32:41 AM

To: Brandon Pardoe

“That was our understanding as well (redacted) contacted us early this morning indicating (redacted) was scheduled for a meeting at 11:46. We wanted to simply confirm it was not related. Thanks.”

Rachel Lepley Joy

Paralegal to George E. Lepley, Jr.

LEPLEY, ENGLEMAN & YAW, LLC 

140 East Third Street

Williamsport, PA 17701

What was the 11:46 a.m. meeting about and with whom?

 

The existence of a letter authored by George Lepley was confirmed by this author and was immediately requested through the Right to Know law and through the special counsel hired by the WASD.

Attorney George Lepley was contacted for this story and when confronted with the existence of said letter he stated, “I never wrote a letter, there is no letter.”

When confronted with the content of the letter, he added, “I would never threaten the school district.”

 

The letter authored by George Lepley obtained through the Right to Know Law, dated May 31, 2018 was not previously provided in the RTKL mediation conducted with the WASD last year and appears as follows:

 

Brandon Pardoe, Principal 

Williamsport Area High School

2990 West Fourth Street

Williamsport, PA 17701

 

Shawn McCann, Athletic Director 

Williamsport Area High School

2990 West Fourth Street

Williamsport, PA 17701

 

Re: Misconduct Myrtle Beach

Dear Brandon and Shawn:

I have been contacted by (redacted by WASD), parents of ALLEGED PERPETRATOR #1 (editor added) (redacted by WASD) regarding potential criminal charges (the rest of this sentence was redacted by WASD) followed by between 10 and 11 lines which are also redacted by the WASD

Within the redacted lines, Lepley outlines a plan that if his client ALLEGED PERPETRATOR #1 is treated any differently than any other student in the room during what has been confirmed to be “criminal sexual misconduct”  in Myrtle Beach then his firm would seek legal remedies as well as the unmasking of the identity of those students.

The letter concludes, “It is my understanding you wish to have a meeting with ALLEGED PERPETRATOR #1 (editor added) (redacted by WASD) and his parents. Please note, I will be present at that meeting and therefore would kindly appreciate notice of same.

Sincerely, LEPLEY, ENGLEMAN & YAW, LLC George E. Lepley, Jr. Esquire”

The other students in the room at the time of the “criminal sexual misconduct” as characterized by Lycoming County District Attorney Ryan Gardner, included the nephew of Brandon Pardoe.

That fact alone should have led to a recusal by Pardoe from any involvement in the “investigative process.”

The method of delivery and specific date of delivery of the Lepley letter have yet to be confirmed by the WASD.

How did a letter to the WASD from the attorney for ALLEGED PERPETRATOR #1 include the unredacted words “Misconduct Myrtle Beach” and “potential criminal charges”; end up as “indecent and inappropriate behavior” unless adults worked it out amongst themselves?

Is it the same way Penn State administrators try to explain away the behavior of Jerry Sandusky as “horseplay.”

 

PARDOE INFORMS STUDENTS OF PUNISHMENTS – KEEPS JOHN DOE#1 IN THE DARK

WAHS Head Principal Brandon Pardoe in an e-mail on June 1, 2018 informs Superintendent Bowers of his intentions for punishments until the investigations were concluded.

 

Date: June 1, 2018 4:53 AM

From: Brandon Pardoe

To: Timothy Bowers

Subject: Baseball

“No Bowman Field! First round of State playoffs will be held at Central Columbia HS on Monday, June 4 at 6 PM.

Unbelievable!

Also, a meeting has been arranged with the (redacted) family for June 5, 2018 at 2 PM and their attorney.

Fred will be attending.

I plan to contact family today to inform them that their son is (redacted) until the investigation is complete.

I am also going to follow up with the student, (redacted) (student who took video) today and parent to inform them that he will be in the same status.

I had a conversation with the mother of (redacted). 

I know that Fred has spoken to George regarding the matter.

In addition, Agent Weber contacted me yesterday to let me know that he as well has spoken to George Lepley about the incident.

It is my understanding that both of these conversations went well.”

Brandon Pardoe, Ed.D

Head Principal 

Williamsport Area High School

2990 West Fourth Street

Williamsport, PA 17701

Phone: (redacted by author)

 

How in any real world scenario does an investigator with a shred of credibility render an opinion to a superior during an ongoing investigation regarding conversations with the attorney for ALLEGED PERPETRATOR #1 who was under criminal investigation for allegedly committing “criminal sexual misconduct”?

Prior to interviewing ALLEGED PERPETRATOR #1 in any substantive way, Pardoe rendered the following verdict via e-mail:

“I know that Fred has spoken to George regarding the matter. In addition, Agent Weber contacted me yesterday to let me know that he as well has spoken to George Lepley about the incident.

It is my understanding that both of these conversations went well.”

So before ALLEGED PERPETRATOR #1 sat down for an interview with Pardoe or Weber, his lawyer had intervened and as previously noted sent a letter to the WASD threatening legal recourse if any real action was taken against him.

To date, no e-mails or other communications from the WASD have been provided showing former Head Coach Ryan Miller was ever contacted during the investigation by Pardoe.

Is it normal procedure to exclude the head coach of the team where an incident occurred when the name of the coach is on the hotel receipts; or is it just one more example of everyone knew in Myrtle Beach so there was no reason to call or reach out?

Was the narrative already agreed upon before the June 5, 2018 meeting that no punishment from the baseball team would be forthcoming for ALLEGED PERPETRATOR #1?

When the suspension for the remainder of the state playoffs was handed down, weeks after the original Childline call was placed and after the threatening Lepley letter issued – is this why the parents of ALLEGED PERPETRATOR #1 stormed out of the June 5, 2018 meeting?

Was the anger directed at Pardoe who had already assured everyone for months this case would never see the light of day?

Was the anger directed at Lepley for being unable to stave off any punishment, as meaningless as it appears to be?

Was the anger of the parents at the perceived loss of a medal for the PIAA State Championship that the Millionaires were going to win in 2018?

Only the Millionaires did not win the PIAA State Championship in 2018, instead they lost in the 2nd round of the state playoffs with the specter of the greatest baseball scandal since Carl Stotz left Little League over philosophical differences.

On the bright side, ALLEGED PERPETRATOR #1 and VIDEOGRPHER #1 each received District II championship medals in 2018.

 

The morning of June 1, 2018 Superintendent Bowers replied to Pardoe:

Date: June 1, 2018 6:42 AM

From: Timothy Bowers

To: Brandon Pardoe

Subject: Baseball

“Ok thanks for the follow-up”

Sent from my iPhone

 

WERE ACTUAL PUNISHMENTS IMPOSED?

Why was VIDEOGRAPHER #1 punished prior to ALLEGED PERPETRATOR #1 who committed the act as noted by WAHS Head Principal Dr. Brandon Pardoe?

Was the punishment suspension from the state baseball playoffs, both having already received District II Championship medals?

Why were ALLEGED PERPETRATOR #1 and VIDEOGRAPHER #1 never brought before the WASD school board for a disciplinary hearing for possible expulsion in contradiction of well established policies?

Why were ALLEGED PERPETRATOR #1 and VIDEOGRAPHER #1 given the same punishment when ALLEGED PERPETRATOR #1 was facing possible criminal charges?

Was it another baseball courtesy?

Why if actual punishments were imposed did Wanda Erb, WASD Right to Know Officer and Jeff Rowe, Attorney for WASD in RTKL mediation give contradictory responses when asked by Terry Mutchler, Attorney for this author?

Jeff Rowe was elected in November 2019 as a Magisterial District Judge for the Lewisburg area in Union County.

 

NONE OF THE WASD MANDATED REPORTERS CALLED THE MBPD

Out of all of the mandated reporters in these meetings and in the obtained e-mail threads; why did none of them contact the Myrtle Beach Police Department, considering their jurisdiction over the “criminal sexual misconduct” aspect of the case?

Those mandated reporters include:

Lycoming County Detective – Willie Weber

WAHS Head Principal – Dr. Brandon Pardoe

WAHS 9th Grade Principal – Roger Freed

WAHS Athletic Director – Sean McCann

WASD Solicitor – Fred Holland

WASD Superintendent – Dr. Timothy Bowers

WASD Assistant Superintendent – Dr. Susan Bigger

WASD Executive Secretary to Superintendent Bowers – Susie Neidig

Attorney George Lepley (also serves as a West End baseball coach making him a mandated reporter)

 

In any of the meetings, e-mails, phone calls or texts did any one of these people or anyone else bring up the idea of calling the Myrtle Beach Police Department?

If so, were they overruled or threatened?

 

The Lepley letter of May 31, 2018 leads to only one conclusion.

Everyone in a leadership capacity on the trip, knew of the “criminal sexual misconduct” incident while in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

 

According to the RADIO SHOW CALLER CLAIMS in PART XVI:

“EVERYONE INVOLVED KNEW INSTANTANEOUSLY AFTER IT HAPPENED”

 

WASD SOLICITOR FRED HOLLAND GOES ON THE DEFENSIVE

Friday, August 7, 2020 3:30 PM
To: Fred Holland 
Subject: June 5, 2018 meeting

Mr. Holland,

Following up on the message I left at your office earlier today.

Based on information received from the WASD RTK answers and your invoices previously provided; a meeting took place on June 5, 2018 at WAHS in the office of Brandon Pardoe.

In that meeting was Attorney George Lepley, as well as the family of the alleged perpetrator of the Myrtle Beach incident, Pardoe and yourself.

It is my understanding that the WASD was confronted with legal action by Attorney George Lepley in writing.

generally speaking, if any actions were taken against the alleged perpetrator of the Myrtle Beach incident there would be legal ramifications.

When did you receive the letter from Attorney George Lepley outlining this course of action?

Is that why the “investigation” was concluded on June 5, 2018?

 

WASD Solicitor Fred Holland responded on Friday, August 7, 2020 at 4:46 PM:

Mr. Bartley,

I understand Mr. Litts sent you an email this afternoon concerning Attorney Lepley’s letter.

As you have confirmed, there was a meeting involving myself, Attorney Lepley, his clients and district representatives on June 5, 2018.

Your email below fails to note that disciplinary consequences were imposed as a result of the Myrtle Beach incident, as the District confirmed through its public statement in January 2020.  Therefore, your suggestion that Attorney Lepley’s involvement on behalf of his clients dissuaded the District from taking appropriate action is inaccurate.

 

LEPLEY GOES SILENT AFTER WASD LETTER IS OBTAINED

Date: Tuesday, August 11, 2020 12:59 PM
To: George Lepley
Subject: May 31, 2018 letter

George

I have obtained a copy of the letter you claimed on the phone Friday did not exist.

Would you like to provide a statement for the story I am working on related to the letter?

Talk soon

Todd

 

As of publication of this article, Attorney George Lepley has yet to respond.

 

Previously, when pressed on similar issues in this story WASD Solicitor Fred Holland offered the following in an e-mail to those involved in the investigation he approved according to the statement offered by the district.

Subject: FW: WASD Questions

Date: Wednesday, September 5, 2018 at 3:52:21 PM Eastern Daylight Time

From: Fred Holland

To: Timothy Bowers, Brandon Pardoe, Susie Bigger

“If he (Bartley) asks again, I won’t justify it with a response…

 

Is Holland a believer in the statement put forth by Lycoming County Detective Willie Weber in August 2018, noted in PART II:

Around the time the “Millionaire Mayhem” story broke on August 24, 2018, Detective Weber called this author and admitted to being in possession of at least one video.

When challenged on the point of Lycoming County having jurisdiction in the indecent assault depicted on the video and the tape needing to be sent to Myrtle Beach authorities, Weber offered the following; “we’re not going to do that.”

 

Those actions must be explained in great detail to the investigative team of PA Attorney General Josh Shapiro.

When it comes to actual punishments in the WASD could it be argued based on the preponderance of evidence in this series, Detective Weber may have a point when he made the statement, “we’re not going to do that”?

All of the actions in this story seem to be the norm or as the locals call it, “The Millionaire Way”.

 

PART XX of A Baseball Story In The Birthplace Of Little League Baseball is forthcoming.

 

LINKS TO 19-PART SERIES PUBLISHED BY FOX SPORTS WILLIAMSPORT

A Baseball Story In The Birthplace Of Little League Baseball – PART XIX

A Baseball Story In The Birthplace Of Little League Baseball – PART XVIII

BREAKING NEWS: PA AG Press Office confirms receipt of Criminal Sexual Misconduct referral from DA Gardner

A Baseball Story In The Birthplace Of Little League Baseball – PART XVII

A Baseball Story In The Birthplace Of Little League Baseball – PART XVI

EXCLUSIVE: AG Shapiro press office on referral: “If and when we receive it, it will be promptly reviewed”

A Baseball Story In The Birthplace Of Little League Baseball – PART XVII

BREAKING NEWS: PA AG Press Office confirms receipt of Criminal Sexual Misconduct referral from DA Gardner

UPDATE: Charges filed in Greater Latrobe Junior High hazing case cited in “A Baseball Story”

A Baseball Story In The Birthplace Of Little League Baseball – PART XVI

EXCLUSIVE: AG Shapiro press office on referral: “If and when we receive it, it will be promptly reviewed”

BREAKING NEWS: District Attorney Gardner refers Myrtle Beach case to PA Attorney General – PART XV

A Baseball Story In The Birthplace Of Little League Baseball – PART XIV

A Baseball Story In The Birthplace Of Little League Baseball – PART XIII

A Baseball Story In The Birthplace Of Little League Baseball – PART XII

A Baseball Story In The Birthplace Of Little League Baseball – PART XI

A Baseball Story In The Birthplace Of Little League Baseball – PART X

A Baseball Story In The Birthplace Of Little League Baseball – PART IX

A Baseball Story In The Birthplace Of Little League Baseball – PART VIII

A Baseball Story In The Birthplace Of Little League Baseball – PART VII

A Baseball Story In The Birthplace Of Little League Baseball – PART VI

A Baseball Story In The Birthplace Of Little League Baseball – PART V

A Baseball Story In The Birthplace Of Little League Baseball – PART IV

A Baseball Story In The Birthplace Of Little League Baseball – PART III

A Baseball Story In The Birthplace Of Little League Baseball – PART II

A Baseball Story In The Birthplace Of Little League Baseball – PART I

Fans often ask me, what if?

Millionaire Baseball Mayhem in Myrtle Beach