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Livingston, Alan (2006)




Livingston, Alan (06)

South Portland native, Al Livingston, has played a vital role in the scene of Maine baseball for over four decades. He has had rich experiences as a player, coach, umpire and administrator. And he loves the game! His spirit is contagious. On every level he has been a leader. At South Portland HS he was a stellar second baseman, chosen All Telly League in 1967 and team captain in 1968.

From 1969 to 1972 he was playing for the University of Maine at Orono and with the Yankee Conference champions of 1971 and Varsity Co-Captain in 1972.

During the summers from 1969 to 1981 he played in the Twilight Amateur League and he served in every capacity: Middle infielder, manager, GM, recruiter and fundraiser with a record of 201-96.

Al has coached at South Portland (45-20) Westbrook HS, and is presently at Cheverus (30-22-1).

As an administrator, Al has been president of both the Twilight League and Telegram League in the 80s and 90s - and he often times served as statistician.

Al and Anne have three adult children - sons, Todd and Aron, and daughter Kristi, all were SP letter winners.

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