Larry Lombardi

Larry Lombardi is one of the two original founders of the DCMSBL. He was the first League Commissioner for many years and became the League President of DCMSBL in 1991 and has held this post since then. He is also one of the inaugural members of the MSBL National Hall of Fame inducted in 1997 and was awarded the MSBL Lifetime Achievement in 2012.

Larry played on the 30+ Montgomery Angels, which was the one of original 8 teams in the DCMSBL in 1989, and the Angels had a record of 19-1 in the inaugural season. The Montgomery Angels were the first team to win the DCMSBL League Championship in 1989. The following year in 1990, Larry started the 30+ Montgomery Pirates and later started the 40+ Montgomery Pirates. The 40+ Montgomery Pirates won the League Championship in 2000.

Larry also played in the DCMABL with his oldest son Mike. Mike started and managed the Maryland Bandits. In addition his son Scott played on the Maryland Bandits, too. Larry’s youngest son Kevin played with the 18+ Maryland Bandits and the 25+ Fighting Lloyds as well.

Larry has played in many of the MSBL National World Series with various DCMSBL All Star teams starting in 1989, one year after the MSBL National Arizona World Series began in 1988. In 2000, Larry was a member of the Virginia Cobras which won the 40+ Arizona World Series and also participated as a player in 2 of the DCMSBL Father/Son teams in the MSBL National Father/Son World Series in Arizona.