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Heiser announced as owner of the Mohawk Valley DiamondDawgs

Thursday, December 12, 2013 - Updated: 3:09 AM

The Mohawk Valley DiamondDawgs, of the Perfect Game Collegiate League (PGCBL), announce that Mohawk Valley resident and Team President and General Manager Travis Heiser has purchased the team and is the new majority owner.

Heiser, a native of Canajoharie, has served as president and general manager of the Mohawk Valley DiamondDawgs for the last six seasons. He is currently an elementary school teacher and resides in Canajoharie with his wife Emily, daughter Sofia, and son Frankie. 

Heiser is the former head baseball coach at St. Johnsville High School; Heiser spent 2007 as the Mohawk Valley assistant coach. He played collegiately at Fulton-Montgomery Community College and at Endicott College in Massachusetts.

As president of the team, Heiser has seen attendance at Veteran’s Memorial Park rise steadily over the years and has seen the Mohawk Valley DiamondDawgs grow into the fabric of the Mohawk Valley.

“I am very excited at the opportunity to become owner of this great franchise. We have worked very hard over the last several years to build this franchise into what it is today — the Mohawk Valley’s team. I am committed to the Mohawk Valley and will continue to build and foster relationships with our fans, sponsors, current and past host families, community leaders, and our ball players. The Mohawk Valley has been nothing but supportive of the Mohawk Valley DiamondDawgs and I am proud and excited to own this great team and work tirelessly to bring  the fans and our supporters a championship," said Heiser.

For more information on the DiamondDawgs, please visit www.MyDiamondDawgs.com as well as the team’s social media outlets Facebook and Twitter.

     

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