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Carl Pecoraro 

Carl has spent 18 amazing years as a coach and board member in the Stallions Organization.  Carl's tenure as a coach has truly been one of the most successful and decorated in the history of the organization.  In addition to many CVBA titles and local tournament championships, his teams have also accomplished the following:

- Finished in the top 8 at the AAU Nationals 3 times, including a Final Four appearance
- 2 Runner Up Finishes in the Silver Bracket at the AAU Nationals
- Ohio CABA State Championship
- Ohio USSSA State Championship
- Michigan Elite Championship
- Top 20 Finish Cooperstown
- Diamond League Co-Champs 2010
- Diamond League Champions 2012

Carl has had the pleasure of coaching his son's, Collin and Cory while with the Stallions.  Cory played for the Stallions for 9 years and moved on to play baseball at Benedictine where he was a three year letterman.  Cory went to play baseball for Case Western Reserve where he was a part of their first ever NCAA tournament team.  Collin played for the Stallions for 10 years.  He is currently a Junior at Benedictine High School where he has been a starter on the baseball team since his Freshman year.  

Carl currently resides in Strongsville with his wife of 28 years, Amy.  In addition to Cory and Collin, Carl also has 2 other children in Abby (26) and Aryn (20).

When asked to reflect on his time with the Stallions, Carl had this to say....."I consider having the opportunity to coach in the Stallions Organization a privilege.  Both the players and the parents are all wonderful to work with and have made my years with the Stallions a pleasure.  In addition, as a part of the board, I have worked with some great coaches whose only goal has been to provide the boys an opportunity to participate at a competitive level and develop into not only good baseball players but good people.  It is also thanks to the Stallions that I have been given a chance to coach with my great friend, Ed Warner.  Lastly and most importantly, the Stallions gave me the chance to coach both of my sons Cory and Collin.  I have enjoyed these times with these two young men that most parents will never experience and for that I thank and love both of them.  Through all of these people, the Stallions helped me to create memories and friendships for many athletes and parents that will last a lifetime. "


 
Class of 2013