Emory Frye

Emory Frye introduced Little League baseball to the town of Brunswick in 1954 and remained its promoter and administrator for more than 20 years. Frye single-handedly developed a program which still reflects his enthusiastic and unselfish leadership. He served as the league president for six years, elevating the league to a self-sufficient level. In 1963 he was elected District II administrator and greatly expanded the program. He also served on a national level. Frye was totally committed to area youth and the sport of baseball.