- Associated Press - Friday, August 14, 2015

BARNSTABLE, Mass. (AP) - The president of the Cape Cod Baseball League has announced that she is retiring after 46 years with the renowned summer collegiate league, the last quarter century as president.

The Cape Cod Times (https://bit.ly/1J8uwz2 ) reports that Judy Walden Scarafile notified the board of directors Thursday night of her decision, which she said was made six weeks ago. The announcement came the day after the season concluded when the Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox won their second consecutive championship.

Scarafile started as a scorekeeper in 1970 while still a college student. She rose through the ranks until she was appointed president in 1991.

More than 1,000 major league players, including Hall of Famers, Cy Young Award winners, and World Series MVPs have played in the Cape Cod league.

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