As I mention quite often in my posts, a constant is one thing that the independent league is not.Â The carousel of players, draft holdouts, and the immediate need to boost attendance through endless ever-changing promotionsâ€¦.
In a business model, that caters to family entertainment, in a crowded market place, one regular in the Frontier League has been Deputy Commissioner and General Counsel Kevin Rouch.
Since 2001, Rouch has been wearing a number of hats; outside counsel for numerous clubs, working with two league teams, the Zanesville Greys, who became the River City Rascals in 1999, the Chillicothe Paints as the play-by-play announcer and his Commissioner position.
â€śI will certainly miss my day-to-day involvement with the League,â€ť Rouch said. â€śIt has made great strides since its founding in 1993 and has become, in my opinion, the pre-eminent independent league in the country. In particular, Iâ€™d like to thank Commissioner Bill Lee and President Rich Sauget for allowing me to serve in my post during these exciting times. I am lucky to have made so many friends ...
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