Junior League World Series umpire break record for years of experience

Fifteen umpires make up the Junior League World Series Class of 2010. Director of Umpires George Glick said combined the umps set a JLWS record with 378 years of experience. They worked 285 different assignments at state/division, regional and world series and have called balls and strikes at more than 25,000 games. And all umpires working the series are unpaid volunteers.

  • George Glick, Director of Umpires, of Fort Wayne, Indiana
  • Orland King, Director of Alumni Umpires, of Kenton, Ohio
  • Lowell Brummett of Mechanicsville, Virginia
  • Jim Connelly of North Braddock, Pennsylvania
  • Michael Davelaar of Oranjestad, Aruba
  • Brian Groves of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada
  • Greg King of Kenton, Ohio
  • Thomas Marshall of Escondito, California
  • Thomas McDonald of San Antonio, Texas
  • Kerry McFadden of Anderson, Indiana
  • Ken Owens of Taylor, Michigan
  • Robert Rayburn of Houston, Texas
  • David Tomasco of Milford, Connecticut
  • Harvey Waldron of Santa Ana, California
  • Mike Wilson of Senoia, Georgia